“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
“Hell Bay Hotel - the ultimate escape and a perfect place to re-charge your batteries. The Hell Bay hotel provides immeasurable peace and tranquility. It offers privacy and seclusion. The Hell Bay Hotel is an informal and relaxed hideaway in extensive private grounds.
The hotel rooms are all beautifully furnished in Lloyd Loom with Malabar Fabrics set against cool ocean blues and greens. New England and the Caribbean meet Cornwall.
Hotel owners Robert and Lucy Dorrien-Smith have filled the Hell Bay hotel with original sculptures and paintings by artists with local connections. Barbara Hepworth, Ivon Hitchens, Julian Trevelyan and Richard Pearce from Bryher, to name but a few.”