Hell Bay Hotel on Bryher, Isles of Scilly: a stylish island getaway where New England style meets Caribbean sandy beaches in Cornwall.
UrlaubCornwall has uncovered a Cornish hotel hideaway offering unrivalled peace and tranquillity. It offers stylish comfort, sea views and award winning food in a unique island location. It’s the ultimate seaside holiday destination for families with children or those looking for something special in 2012.
Located on Cornwall’s hidden jewels, the Isles of Scilly, Hell Bay Hotel provides a perfect holiday retreat in an untouched Cornish paradise on the island of Bryher – 28 miles off the coast of South West England.
Hell Bay Hotel is set in its own carefully maintained gardens and stylishly decorated using the work of local artists and sculptors with local connections, including original paintings and sculpture by Barbara Hepworth, John Miller, Ivon Hitchens, Julian Trevelyan and Richard Pearce. From the hotel there are incredible views of the ocean and surrounding islands.
The tiny island, which offers a glimpse of Cornwall as it used to be, boasts wonderful unspoiled beaches with crystal clear water, soft sand and hardly another person in sight.
The Isles of Scilly provide a unique larder of ingredients for the restaurant at Hell Bay to call upon. The finest, freshest seafood is caught just off the shore from the Hell Bay Hotel and served to you almost straight away. Bryher is famous for its crab and lobster served with locally grown farm vegetables, creating a truly Scilly food experience.
If relaxing by the heated pool isn’t active enough for you, there is definitely plenty to do on Bryher. The Hotel can organise kayaking, jet boat trips to discover the seals and puffins, or point you towards the rocky coves that are ready to explore all around the island.
Daily boat trips from Bryher let you explore all the other islands. Whether you want to visit the seaside pubs of St Mary’s, or the white sands of Great Bay on St Martin’s, there is plenty for everyone to see and do.
The world famous tropical Abbey Gardens on neighbouring Tresco are a very short boat ride away. You won’t believe you’re still in Britain!