Our hotel has been cherished and nurtured by two generations of the same family for more than 50 years to give our guests memorable holidays in this uniquely beautiful place.
Bedruthan opened in 1959 with furniture from the iconic designers of the era: Charles Eames, Harry Bertoia and Terence Conran alongside vibrant purple carpets and astounding orange rugs and bed spreads – this was the sixties after all! The building is inspired by Richard Neutra and is a classic example of the architecture of that time.
Our family’s love of art was celebrated with all sorts of exhibitions for local artists from Patrick Heron to Roger Hilton, whose paintings now grace the Tate galleries in London and St Ives.
After 50 years in our family, we are really excited to be restoring Bedruthan to its place at the forefront of contemporary design.
Outside, its simple brick form is enhanced by the natural environment around it, flowers and grasses and rustic oak posts. Inside, the hotel is a mixture of iconic pieces of original furniture and amazing local art and the best of colourful, contemporary design. We are also working with local artists to show their work so visitors can enjoy some of Cornwall’s new artistic talent.
Holiday, a short film by Bedruthan Hotel
At Bedruthan, we are inspired and driven both by amazing childhood memories created on Cornish beaches and a passion for new adventures and new memories. We tried to capture that in this short film.