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The Bedruthan Hotel & Spa is a 4-star hotel overlooking Mawgan Porth beach, six miles north of Newquay, Cornwall. We visited the hotel and loved the quirky décor, with vibrant colours and rich fabrics in the rooms, retro ornaments and snug areas dotted around the property. It's stylish, but not over the top. There's a family-friendly ethos, but adults are catered for, including in the child-free Herring Restaurant and cocktail bar.
It has managed to bag dining awards for each of its restaurants, including the Wild Cafe, which won a Gold Award for the Best South West Casual Diner at the Taste of the West Awards 2014 and The Herring Restaurant, with a Gold Award for Restaurant of the Year at the Cornwall Tourism Awards 2013/14. Both serve fresh produce from local farmers and fishermen. There are also two bars, including a cocktail bar, and an indoor poolside bar serving beers and snacks.
The adult-only spa has an impressive glass-fronted room with a giant hydropool, four treatment rooms, a sauna, a steam room and a caldarium. The indoor swimming pool is open from 8am-9pm, and adult-only sessions run from 8-9am and 6-7pm. The largest outdoor pool is open until 2 November and the additional two pools are heated and open all year (weather permitting).
Children are well looked after here, with an Ofsted-registered kids' club, table football, a jungle tumble ball pool, assault courses and a Wii games room.
The hotel puts on regular events throughout the year, such as a sunset, fire and feast evening around a fire pit (weather permitting). Prices of the events vary and pre-booking is essential. There's also an on-site shop selling arts and crafts, gifts and homeware.
Guests can book surf lessons with The Surf Club Cornwall, based at the hotel. Lessons are on Mawgan Porth beach in front of the hotel and normally last two hours. The minimum age is six. Prices start from £30 per person and lessons are available all year round.
National Trust-run Carnewas at Bedruthan is a 3-minute drive away, and is where iron, copper and lead were once mined. From here you can see Bedruthan Steps, a series of volcanic rock stacks, and walk along the marked paths to explore this dramatic coastline.
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