“It takes commitment to reach Bryher's only hotel and England's last (helicopter, ferry, jeep) but when you do you’ll find nothing but grass, golden sand, a jumble of rocks and the vast ocean between you and America. Bedrooms are suites, sleeping up to four, and the hotel is filled with a scintillating collection of modern art. Stylish and unstuffy: sophisticated comfort in the wild, and a fine chef, Glenn Gatland, at the helm.”
Written by Fiona Duncan
“Why do people love staying in your hotel?
Guests love to stay with us because of our informal yet high standard of service mixed with the fantastic coastal views surrounding the hotel.
What is there to do in the area?
There is plenty to do for both families and couples alike. Whether it is playing with buckets and spades on the sandy beaches, seal spotting or enjoying the scenic coastal walks. Once you have explored Bryher there are day trips to the other islands.
What kind of breakfast do you offer?
We offer a full English cooked breakfast as well as a continental selection.
Do you offer other meals? And can you recommend good places to eat out locally?
Our rates are inclusive of 3 rosette dinner. Lunches are served daily to residents and non residents.
During the summer months we have a pop up restaurant the Crab Shack. Serving Bryher caught crab and Cornish scallops and mussels.
Which are your most popular room types, and why?
Our first floor studio suites are popular with guests who return to them each season. The stunning sea views and balconies make the perfect relaxation point.
What facilities do you have for children and can you fit extra beds in your rooms ?
We have an outdoor heated pool, games room, giant chess, pitch and putt golf course, tennis court and chickens to pick your own egg for breakfast.
What message would you like to give Hotel Guru readers?
Booking early will save disappointment in our pop up Crab Shack is a must.”