Bedruthan Hotel and Spa,
Spa & Leisure
One of the most spectacular elements of the spa at Bedruthan has to be the ever-present view of the sea. Take it in from the hydropool or relax in the Lanai Spa Lounge with herbal teas or wander in the sensory spa garden which is inspired by fire, earth, water, air and space, takeing you through seven stages, each drawing on the sights, sounds, aromas and textures of nature. The natural landscape adds to the sense of tranquility and there is no shortage of facilities, many of which work as an intrinsic part of the spa treatments. Between the cedar sauna, eucalyptus steam room, lavender caldarium aroma room, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, and traditional hammam with hot stone bed, the spa has a reputation for being amongst the most comprehensive luxury spas in Cornwall.
Spa treatments extend the journey, using products by luxury and organic skincare company Ila. In a shared philosophy heralding that beauty and well-being come from within, Bedruthan offers a range of face and body treatments inspired by nature and perfected by therapeutic knowledge and understanding. Of particular note is the hour-long Spa Garden experience which includes exfoliating salt scrubs, incorporates use of the facilities and encourages you to sit around the fire pit with your feet immersed in hot, copper foot baths whilst sipping a hot, herbal drink afterwards.
Hotel & Accommodation
With views across the Atlantic, Bedruthan Hotel and Spa is a multi award-winning four star destination on the Cornish coast with more than 40 years of hospitality experience. With a relaxed atmosphere, rooms are simple and contemporary featuring soft creams, teal, and chocolate brown interiors that welcome families and groups with interconnecting rooms accommodating up to five people, as well as villas with sea views.
The Wild Café is a casual, colourful environment where you can sit back and watch the surf with your morning coffee or enjoy the sun setting on the horizon with your evening meal. Food ranges from tapas to local classics taking a diverse inspirational twist from the likes of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Yotam Ottolenghi in both the café and the more formal restaurant, The Herring.