The Scarlet Hotel is an individual retreat, influenced by the natural rhythms of Mother Nature. A balance of light, airy spaces with cosy, private areas, allowing you to mix with other guests or enjoy a bit of peace and solitude. The thirty seven guest rooms are all built to make the most of the dramatic view. Each room boasts its own individual outside space, ranging from private courtyard garden terraces to balconies. The Scarlet spa is unlike any other. A world away from current beauty offerings and promises of everlasting youth, it is about wellbeing and you; embracing ageing with a smile.
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Scarlet Hotel is part of the following Editors' Picks:
"Weekends away are all well and good, but to really get to know someone you’ve got to pack your suitcase for at least a week. Few can put on an act for seven days or more, so you’ll soon discover if they’re as ‘laid back and easy going’ as they said they were on Match.com when you’ve left the room key in the beach bag, on the beach, for the third time. Cornwall, in the spring or summer, is ideal: not only are the beaches and countryside stunning, the long car journey down there is time to banter (or reflect on how little you have to say). If you’re not on a tight budget, the Scarlet Hotel at Mawgan Porth is a couple-magnet thanks to touches like the outside hot tubs and al fresco terrace for sea-view dining. Less flash but equally as romantic (and less pricey) is Dune Cottage at Rosevidney Manor, a gorgeous cottage you can hire by the week, which has Jacuzzi bathroom, king-size beds and use of a heated pool."
"Cornwall’s coolest hotel lies on a cliff overlooking Mawgan Porth. It’s modern, think lots of glass and funky furniture, and extremely eco-friendly, from its natural swimming pool to its solar panels, but it also has a sense of place, with paintings by Cornish artists and locally sourced food. The suites, all of which come with a balcony or outdoor pod, are couple-magnets, as is the Extreme Academy adjacent to the hotel where you organise a private surf lesson a deux and learn to catch a wave followed by a hot chocolate in The Beach Hut café. Don’t miss sunset together in one of the al fresco cliff-top hot tubs."
"Possibly the best eco-hotel in the UK, the Scarlet Hotel is on the North Cornish Coast overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. All spa guests receive a consultation with a Tri-Dosha consultant before indulging in its renowned treatments including the Ayurvedic massage, which targets vital points on the body and brings energy channels into alignment. Then soak in the log fired seaweed baths overlooking the ocean. Bliss!"
Information on Scarlet Hotel , Tredragon Road , Mawgan Porth
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: Just Right, Generous, Unique, Spacious, Indulgent
|Room rates guide:||
Room with Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted: Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: No children
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted (limited guest rooms available until Easter 2012. T&C apply)
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Wheelchair Access Details: limited
Colour TV, direct dial telephone, Internet access, Hairdryer, Luxury toiletries
Sun terrace, Auyverdic inspired spa, Log fired hot tub, Outdoor natural pool, indoor swimming pool, Tented treatment rooms, relaxation area, Yoga pavillion, Bar, lounges, library, Restaurant, Civil ceremony licence, Wedding receptions, Car parking
|Outdoor activities on site:||
Golf, Tennis court, Surfing lessons, Coastal walks, Cycling, Food foraging
|Local directions:||Please see our website for directions.|
Nearest major airport:
Newquay , Exeter
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