Bedruthan Hotel & Spa
This is just an interim blog until I sit down and write about all that has happened recently.
For one night last week Adrian and I stayed at this beautiful hotel. It was Adrian’s idea and he was going to arrange it for a nice surprise but chickened out of the surprise bit a couple of days earlier. To be honest I was glad that he told me as I had guests coming into the Lodge for Friday (brave souls)and although I hadn’t left everything until the last minute, I did need to structure my week a little differently, at first I didn’t think that we would be able to go but as it doesn’t look like we are going to get a holiday anytime soon, the least I could do was indulge Adrian and have a night away. Stuart (Adrian’s Dad) is currently in hospital and it looks like he is going to be there for some time, also except for the odd trade show we haven’t been anywhere for over a year, whilst this may not be a problem for most, this means that Adrian has worked everyday.
Bedruthan Hotel and Spa – has lovely welcoming staff and from the first initial contact from booking and to leaving, the receptionists are really lovely. I have often been complemented on my welcome to our guests but until you have received such a welcome you don’t realise how important it is. We were upgraded to a villa room which sleeps a family of six, it has one bedroom with two bunk beds and an ensuite shower room and another with a super king bed, ensuite bathroom and a view to die for! The patio doors opened out onto our own little veranda and you could not only sit and admire the amazing view/hear the sea but just as you can see your children playing from the tents here on Boswarthen , you can see the childrens playground, small football pitch, trampoline, etc. Having boys made me realise that when they are quiet they are upto mischief, so it was important to keep them in my sights (particularly Alex) at all times, so when we set our tents up, I made sure that the chicken coop and sand pit could be seen from all of the tents, that way parents could relax and see their children from the verandas, this has also been applied at Bedruthan.
The food was lovely and the breakfast was nearly an all Cornish affair, so nice to see the hotels using Cornish products as much as they can. Even the soap, shampoo etc was made just down the road at Mawgan Porth.
Bedruthan does have one thing that Boswarthen doesn’t and that is an indoor pool and a spa, unfortunately we weren’t there long enough to try these out – maybe next time …….
Hope to be posting again soon!