“Originally built as a holiday cottage during Edwardian times, the Henley has a beach house feel and spectacular views that stretch from the Avon estuary to Burgh Island – and a private cliff path to a stretch of pristine beach. Bedrooms are simple, comfortable and spacious, the dining room overlooks the sea, and dinners, prepared by owner Martyn Scarterfield are the best sort of sophisticated home cooked food, including locally caught fish. Warm, friendly and well run.”
Written by Fiona Duncan
"What a magical small room we've got - nothing special, actually, except for its two windows and two very different sea views: one looking out over Burgh Island and its renowned hotel, the other over an expanse of crinkled yellow sand and incoming tide."
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)