HELL BAY HOTEL – ISLES OF SCILLY

The Isles of Scilly off the South West tip of England have been inhabited since the stone age and are a mythical place to escape too. There are 140 islands with only 5 that are inhabited and the Hell Bay Hotel sits on Bryher island. Surrounded by the Atlantic you truly feel immersed in nature and away from it all. Bryher has a wild beauty, it is the smallest of the five inhabited islands, measuring just two kilometres in length and about one kilometre at its widest point. It lies just to the west of Tresco. The sense of isolation on Bryher is absolute, famous for it’s bright stars, pristine waters and clear skies the island is virtually traffic free and this luxury allows urbanites to switch off and restore.  Our consciously created itinerary uses the natural environment as a playground for outdoor fitness.

DATES AND PRICES

Saturday 30th September – Wednesday 4th October 2017  (From £1250 pp full board)

Hell bay Programme

Download our retreat timetable and some examples of the delicious menus that await you

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Explore the beautiful, remote Isles of Scilly whilst recharging your body and mind. Hike the entire islands of Bryher and Tesco, kayak and paddleboard around the scenic coast and wake up with beach circuits.

  • Kayaking around uninhabited islands 

  • Sunset beach circuits 

  • SUP posture and balance work

  • Foraging for local superfood seaweed 

  • Remote island hideaway 

YOUR ACCOMMODATION

The award winning Hell Bay Hotel is tucked away in a secluded cove facing the Atlantic Ocean on the beautiful, rugged island of Bryher. It boasts a spectacular and picturesque setting. The ultimate place to retreat. Spend the day immersed in the elements, then recharge and relax in the comfort of the hotel. From the custom created textiles, locally sourced food and a heavenly outdoor pool this easy going, chic hotel is the perfect setting for escape.

There are 25 suites that vary in size. All are beautifully appointed with Lloyd Loom furniture, sumptuous Malabar fabrics and Egyptian cotton linen; some have balconies and the majority boast stunning sea views.

Tresco April 2011
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