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The Scarlet Hotel – Mawgan Porth

The Scarlet offers a cocoon of warmth, allowing time to slow down within its cossetted surrounds. Lashings of style and comfort are met with breath-taking coastal vistas, making for the ultimate relaxing stay with your canine pal.
The Scarlet Hotel, Tredragon Rd, Mawgan Porth, Newquay TR8 4DQ

Partridge's paw rating

4/5 Paws

The Scarlet Hotel – Mawgan Porth

Introduction

The Scarlet Hotel

 

Experience a restorative coastal escape at a design-led, eco-friendly retreat, boasting an enviable cliff top location, with captivating sea views. The Scarlet Hotel offers a cocoon of warmth, allowing time to slow down within its cossetted surrounds. Lashings of style and comfort are met with breath-taking coastal vistas, making for the ultimate relaxing stay with your canine pal.

There are six dog-friendly rooms ranging from Unique, Spacious to Indulgent and Just Right, where your four-legged friend will be welcomed into luxury with a comfy bed, biscuits and feeding bowels.

Dogs are allowed everywhere in the hotel except for the library, restaurant and spa.

Where to walk

Located on the cliff-tops overlooking the low tidal-sands of Mawgan Porth Beach, The Scarlet Hotel is a short drive from the A39, just five- minutes from Newquay airport.

One of our all-time favourite spots, Mawgan Porth beach is quite literally a stone’s throw from the hotel and welcomes dogs all year round. There is direct access to the beach where you can pick up the South West Coast Path, providing some of the most staggering sea vistas. Bedruthen Steps sits 30-minutes walk away, and Watergate
Bay is an hour trek around the headland, with its host of eateries, including the new restaurant by Emily Scott. Other lovely dog friendly beaches nearby are Great Western Beach in Newquay and Hollywell Bay Beach just south of Newquay.

Dine with your dog

Guests can currently dine with their dog in the bar or request a table set up in one of the lounges.

If you’d prefer to eat out eat with your pal in tow, we love Rick Stein at Fistral for its unrivalled views and freshest seafood plates – an idyllic spot for a post-walkies lunch, overlooking Fistral Beach. We also rate Lewinnick Lodge, serving a fab Cornish breakfast and fresh catch-of-the-day using seasonal, local ingredients just a stone’s throw from the coastal footpath and both Fistral and Crantock beach.

For low key, casual dining, we love the The Bowgie Inn serving traditional pub food, real ales and local brews, overlooking Crantock Beach and slightly further afield, you can’t beat The Custom House, Padstow, another favourite spot – it holds prime position on the South Quay – perfect for enjoying pub classics made with fresh produce whilst soaking up the sea views.

Doggie room rate

Dogs are charged at £15 per night.

What Partridge says

I felt so privileged to set my paws across the threshold at this gorgeous hotel. It offers a super luxurious stay, with stunning ocean views. I was allowed to join my humans for breakfast in one of the lounges and sat with them for a spa lunch in the bar. There is a path leading from the pretty gardens directly down to the tidal sands of Mawgan Porth, one of my favourite spots to run free and play in the sand and rock pools!

Partridge's paw rating

4/5 Paws

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