Woman watching the sea from the Headland hotel

Storm Watching – cosy nights in our hotel and cottages

The best part of visiting Cornwall in the Autumn and Winter time is getting all cosy indoors and watching the wild weather outside. Storm watching is the perfect activity to do for all ages to snuggle-up by the log fire. The Headland is famous for storm watching and its unique clifftop location gives the best of experiences.

Storm Watching Self-Catering Cottage Break

Hide out in one of our five-star self-catering cottages and enjoy all the luxury services and facilities of the five-star hotel on your doorstep. Sink into the bath, curl up in front of the log effect gas-fire and pad around in a waffle-towelling robe. Make this haven of luxury your home from home; watch the white horses gallop over crests of waves, feel the thunder of sea meeting rocks and listen to the storm hammering on the window panes. Prices for a minimum three nights stay in November start from;

One-bedroom cottage from £125.00 per night 
Two-bedroom cottage from £170.00 per night
Three-bedroom cottage from £200.00 per night

Storm Chasing in the hotel

Storm chasing at The Headland provides an extraordinary experience, alongside the comforts of an individually designed bedroom, Rosette-awarded dining, five-bubble rated spa and our brand new £10 million Aqua Club. Hunker down and watch the powerful storms barrel in against the sands and rugged rocks of Fistral Beach whilst staying toasty beside the crackling log fire, relaxing into one of the sofas situated in the Ballroom and watch the Atlantic squall rage just outside. Or, for a more thrilling experience, anchor yourself down on the coastal paths surrounding The Headland and feel the salty sea spray splashing overhead.

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Halloween at The Headland

Experience Halloween in Cornwall at the home of Roald Dahl’s ‘The Witches’ this coming October. The film has remained close to our hearts here at The Headland, and we will be celebrating with a rather grand and spooky October half-term.

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