The Hell Bay hotel is the ultimate place to escape to re-charge your batteries. Offering tranquillity, peace, privacy and seclusion. A relaxed and informal hideaway in extensive private grounds. Twenty one suites have seaviews and most with balconies or patios. Beautifully furnished with Malabar fabrics set against cool ocean blues and greens. Food is classical but up-to-date with fresh fish, meats, fruits and vegetables brought in daily. The ambience is informal and casual where you can dine alfresco or indoors with breathtaking uninterrupted views.
Hell Bay is part of the following Editors' Picks:
"Scattered far out to sea off the coast of Cornwall and accessible only by a tiny plane or ferry, the Scilly Isles are one of my all time favourite escapes. Not only do they have a better climate than the rest of the UK (if you don’t believe me, check out the pictures of palm trees on Google), the white sand beaches are beautiful and the hotels chic, particularly Hell Bay on Bryher. It takes a little longer to reach than main island St Martins, but it’s worth the extra boat journey because the clapboard cottages and nautical-style furnishings make you feel more like you’re in New England rather than, well, plain old England."
"Congratulations, you’re now Mr & Mrs and friends will be expecting Facebook pictures of you honeymooning on white sand beaches pronto. Well, I’ll let you into a little secret, you don’t need to travel 18 hours around the globe to find them. Bryher in the Isles of Scilly, off the tip of the Cornish coast, is all silky white sand beaches, fields of flowers and palms – it really feels like you’re honeymooning in the tropics (if it weren’t for the pasties and occasional seal). Hell Bay hotel makes a wonderfully romantic bolthole from which to explore these magical islands, with nautical-chic décor in the light and airy rooms, rustic restaurant serving delicious locally-sourced food and pool to dip in when temperatures soar (the Scillies have their own micro-climate, so it can get very hot in the summer!)."
"It would be hard to think of a less appropriate name for an award-winning hotel in such an idyllic situation, a completely unspoilt sweeping crescent of sand on Bryher, the smallest of the five inhabited islands in the Scilly isles, and just 2km long and 1km wide. Despite it’s beautiful isolation the Hell Bay Hotel has forged a reputation as one of the world’s finest, thanks not just to it’s unique location but also it’s cool ‘coastal-chic’ design, totally relaxed vibe, plenty of child-friendly touches and fresh modern-classic cuisine. It goes without saying each of the twenty-three rooms enjoys a stunning sea view."
Information on Hell Bay hotel , Bryher , Isles of Scilly
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: 25 Suites
|Room rates guide:||
Room with Breakfast & Dinner
Credit Cards Accepted: Delta, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Solo, Visa
When Closed: 27th Oct 2012 to 15th Mar 2013
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted (not permitted in bar/restaurant)
Romantic Details: perfect for honeymoons
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Accreditation: AA 4 Star
CD player, iPod docking station, telephone, DVD player, Satellite TV, Modem point, Wi-Fi internet access, Fridge, tea & coffee making facilities, room service, food & drink, Luxury toiletries
Garden, Jacuzzi, Outdoor swimming pool, Sauna, Gym, AA 3 Rosette Restaurant, Bar, Wedding receptions out of season, 1 meeting room, Conference facilities, For up to 50 delegates, Wi-Fi internet access, Baby listening services in the evenings, Tennis court
Games room with pool table, Nintendo Wii, Table football, Health Spas
|Outdoor activities on site:||
Boules, Croquet, Golf, Boating, Kayaking, Bird Watching, Fishing, Walking
Access to the island tennis court, Horse riding (30 mins)
|Local directions:||Plane from Exeter, Newquay or Lands End. There is also a boat from Penzance.|
Nearest railway stn:
||Penzance (30 miles)|
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