Gwel an Mor Resort Cornwall

At a glance

  • Hen friendly

    Hen Friendly

    The lodges are perfect for groups, while the activities in the area will ensure plenty of entertainment.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    Surfing, cycling, rambling, Feadon Farm wildlife park, and nearby Portreath beach provide plenty of entertainment for all ages.

  • Restaurant


    Fresh ingredients, Cornish cream teas, and Atlantic views are key features of The Terrace Restaurant and Bar.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa

    The spa is located in a separate building to the accommodation and boasts a range of treatments using marine inspired Thal'ion products.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    Cornwall is known for its rugged scenery and bracing sea air, so Gwel an Mor’s proximity to the beach allows for an awe-inspiring view - which is maximized by the reverse level layouts of the Lowena lodges.


Gwel an Mor‎ Feadon Lane Portreath, Redruth
TR16 4PE

Spa & Leisure

At the heart of Gwel an Mor resort is The Wellbeing Spa and adjacent Clubhouse, which take advantage of their seaside location and approach health with a range of activities. Comprising the leisure element, The Clubhouse includes a gym, pool, sauna, steam room, and hot tub in addition to outdoor entertainment such as tennis, cycling, coastal walks, and surfing at nearby Portreath beach.

The Wellbeing Spa on the other hand provides some well-deserved relaxation with treatments using oceanic inspired Thal'ion products including wraps, massages, facials, LaStone therapy, manicures and pedicures as well as other finishing touches.

Hotel & Accommodation

The five-star, Gwel an Mor luxury lodge resort is designed to give you the privacy of home with the service of a top hotel and plenty of on-site activities. The Scandinavian-style accommodation embodies contemporary décor whilst making a concerted effort to blend into the surrounding rural environment.

The lodges are self-catering, but as you are on holiday it’s always nice to let someone else do the work. The Terrace Restaurant is open from 11 am, serving local fare and Cornish cream teas and also providing a takeaway service; but it is the location that once again sets it apart – a relaxed environment with its own herb garden, and of course, those all-important sea views.