I jumped in the car on Friday morning and 4 and a bit hours later I had arrived. Lulu arrived shortly after. The hotel is a luxury Eco hotel in Mawgan Porth Cornwall.
We checked in and were given a quick tour of the hotel and then shown to our room.
They bought complimentary coffee to our room while we unpacked and explored the room. We had a just right room, which is the smallest room they do but, was bigger in true life than on the website so that was a plus.
It is very open plan but that is stated on the website and I read that they do provide additional privacy screens if you need them.
The restaurant looks out over the sea as all the rooms do which is nice. We got a lovely big table and looked over the menu.
To start with we both had crab, we both forgot to take a photo but it was yum!
For mains I had beef with spring greens and Lulu had fish with crispy eel and greens. We also had a side of carrots and kale to share.
For dessert we shared a salted caramel cheesecake with vanilla and banana ice cream.
We then headed up to breakfast. To start we had some toast with butter and jam. I then had a massive fluffy croissant and Lulu had some seriously nutty granola.
After our massive breakfast we pulled on our wellies as well as a few extra layers and headed down to the beach. I thought it would be fun to walk in the sea with my wellies, it was so shallow after all and wouldn't get any deeper for ages. I was wrong. A wave came up round my knees and into my boots. Luckily its a short walk from the beach to the hotel.
After the hot tub we went for a dip in the indoor heated pool it was so relaxing and still looks over the beach. We also went in the steam room and felt so relaxed.
We then headed to Watergate bay for a walk and a bite to eat. It was so windy we didn't walk just ate. I had the classic combo of fully loaded hot chocolate and chips and lulu had ice cream and a coke.
In the morning we started with another class this time meditation. We had never done it before but thought it was a great opportunity to try and once you get over the 'trying not to laugh' phase it was actually really relaxing and I can really see how it can be beneficial. The lady who took the class was so nice and didn't make it awkward at all.
After this we packed up our room and checked out. We stayed a while reading magazines looking out to the less than lovely weather. That is a good thing about the hotel, there are plenty of places inside to sit, read and relax and as the weather in Cornwall can be temperamental inside space is needed.