We chose the Bedruthan for a long weekend get together with our large family. It turned out to be a very enjoyable stay. The kids took surfing lessons and loved the waves. Mum had a massage and facial at the spa. The staff were genuinely friendly and went to great lengths to ensure that our stay was comfortable and enjoyable. The restaurant food was pretty good, excellent breakfasts, and if you want a break from the hotel there is a good cafe and OK pub down by the beach. It won't be the cheapest long weekend, but you get what you pay for.
The staff member who was on reception when we booked in could not have been more welcoming or helpful, a very pleasant start to our stay.
We spent several hours in the champagne bar where the waiting staff were friendly and courteous before enjoying 3 excellent meals, every course was very enjoyable and we would thoroughly recommend this hotel.
Expectations for the hotel were high but was a bit disappointed not to be accomodated a bit more with check in time (we arrived at 1pm, after roughly 12 hours of travelling. Check-in 2pm ) but they also had a wedding party in which took priority. Nice hotel, clean and comfortable room but lacking a few little touches that would have made it stand out. Lady on reception in the morning was very friendly and helpful. The walk into town is lovely on a good day but at least 30 mins.
Couldn't fault this fantastic location right next to Fistral Beach but walkable to the town centre if you want to eat out and have a drink in the evening. Great base for exploring Cornwall. Only downside was twin rooms (bed not comfy either) rather than the requested double, a bit of a downer when it was my husbands birthday treat. Staff were very helpful and the spa was lovely, although would suggest more adults only time, kids aren't relaxing! Thanks to all
A nice hotel close to shops at harbour. Facilities not of 4 star standard and rooms are very small. Staff are friendly and helpful. Food was good and English breakfast keeps you going for the day. Based on other B & B's we had stayed in we don't consider this good value for money - we've been spending approx £70-80 per night in really lovely places.
Lovely stay at the hotel. Very friendly and helpful staff. Very close to all the shops and beaches. From the hotel to the beach it's 5 mins walk and to the centre for all the shops it's less than that.
There is Parking onsite and we could reserve parking which was helpful. Rooms are very clean but abit dated, the bathroom looked new but all the furniture could do with a refresh. The swimming pool & gym was good and also clean.
The breakfast was ok, choice of cereals, fruit, toast or full English breakfast. Overall we enjoyed our stay and would stay again, but the hotel could do with updating the rooms.
The front of the hotel is on the road which you could hear the noise from the bars and club outside but it's not bad enough that you can't sleep.
This Victorian hotel occupies a cliff-top location affording views across Newquay Bay and is located 200 metres from the main …More
I walked into the room, looked through the window and lost my breath. The view was unique and gorgeous.
In front of me was an expense of an emerald green fields with the peaceful cows munching on that green grass and right next to it the sea battering the high cliffs. To my luck it was the sunny day and the sea was of an amazing blue/green color. There is a picturesque village walking distance from the hotel with the usual touristy crowd.
Friendly stuff and the owner is always on the premises.
The room was tastefully done in the period furniture and a very comfortable bed. The floor carpet was old and needs to be changed. Very large bathroom with the huge bathtub and a separate shower.
Too bad the technology in the hotel is still in the 20th century. Wi-Fi is available only in the bar area and can disappear without your permission.
The county’s most rugged scenery and best beaches - Porthtowan, St Agnes, Perranporth, Polzeath, Newquay - are to be found here along with world-class surfing at Newquay. The latter is the most commercialised resort, with family attractions and a throbbing nightlife. The pretty fishing village of Padstow is the fashionable foodie capital of the region, while the spectacular Tintagel Castle ruins wrap themselves in the legend of King Arthur.
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