Bedruthan, Newquay, Cornwall
This child- and dog-friendly hotel on the coast between Padstow and Newquay is one for the whole family. There's a real focus on children here with a programme of activities, craft room, soft play, tennis, kids' pools and cinema. A short walk leads down to Mawgan Porth, a large sandy beach with caves and rockpools to explore. The hotel has a retro-scandi feel and cheerful décor. There are expansive sea views from the public areas and many of the rooms. Sustainability and wellbeing are at the centre of things here: areas of the garden have been rewilded and there is an Ayurveda-inspired spa. Yoga is on offer, and regular craft workshops promote mindfulness.
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A 15-minute drive away is popular Padstow with its charming fishing boats, top-notch seafood restaurants and child-friendly beaches along the Camel Estuary.
This cliff-top hotel sits above Mawgan Porth Beach between Newquay and Padstow.
By car: 1 hour 30 minutes from Exeter, under 3 hours from Bristol and 5 hours from London. Free on-site parking.
By train: London Paddington to Newquay takes around 5 hours. It's a 10-minute taxi to the hotel. thetrainline.com
Style & Character
This is very much a hotel for families with plenty for children, including a craft room, soft play area and cinema. The hotel's ethos is clear - keeping things local and sustainable - from the local art on the wall to the rewilded garden.
Service & Facilities
There's a lot going on, including regular craft workshops, outdoor theatre nights, and yoga and tai chi classes.
- Swimming pool
- Games room
- Tennis court
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
Room 110 is great for families - it's a sea-view villa with a separate kids' bunk room and two bathrooms. Waking up to a view of the Atlantic and the sound of waves crashing on the shore was delightful.
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Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, tea and coffee facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
The menu is as local and sustainable as possible, so the focus is on fish and veg rather than meat.
Wild Café: casual dining, seasonal menus. Dishes include market fish, pork belly and crispy mackerel salad. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Ogo: fine dining, local, seasonal, and sustainable cuisine. Open daily for lunch, dinner and afternoon tea. Three-course menu from £45.
Bakery: traditional Cornish treats with imaginative twists and seasonal pastries; offers workshops, tastings and cookery classes
Rooms available from £95 per night
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