If you have an edge for extreme sports or fancy a luxury beachy getaway, the Watergate Bay boutique hotel in Cornwall has it all.
Offering a truly modern-day beach holiday, Watergate Bay looks out across two miles of sand, cliffs and surf, with ocean views as far as the eye can see.
You may be the sort who enjoys the sea up close and personal, or someone who likes to admire it from a distance, either way you’ll love your stay here.
For the surfers and adrenaline junkies, the hotel offers the services of the Swim Club and the Extreme Academy, while it can also suggest other activities for guests to do during their stay, including Pilates.
Should you wish to hang back and be at one with the luxury of the hotel, that’s fine too and perfectly understandable because the property is stunning.
Featuring a range of uber-stylish Hamptons inspired rooms, lofts and suites, you won’t be short of choice when booking your stay at Watergate Bay.
Each room has a unique design and features, including superior sea views, hot tubs and free-standing baths.
When it’s time for a little nosh, the hotel offers a variety of spaces to eat in from breakfast right through to dinner in the evening.
Zacry’s at Watergate Bay is a stylish restaurant with sumptuous banquettes and subtle lighting, headed by head chef Neil Haydock. It offers contemporary and bold British food from a seasonal menu, prepared using a charcoal oven.
The Living Space is where they keep the views in this hotel, with the venue’s windows looking out across the sea. It is an informal dining space serving coffees, salads and sandwiches throughout the day from an open kitchen.
Emily Scott Food, driven by the chef behind the Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropubs famous St Tudy Inn, also has a restaurant close to the hotel, serving local Cornish food in her unique style.