Stylish and relaxed, Hell Bay offers ten dog-friendly rooms where bowls, comfy beds and towels are provided, with your dog welcome to explore the grounds, and enjoy the bar and terrace areas.
The hotel stands on the western shores of Bryher, offering the ultimate place to escape and recharge with your lovable mutt at your side; as much a dog’s dream vacay as yours, this chic beachside retreat showcases one of the finest private art collections as well as freshest, seasonal cuisine, amidst a spectacular setting.
Tucked away in a secluded cove, facing the Atlantic Ocean, Hell Bay Hotel is located on the beautiful, rugged island of Bryher, walk the entire island and discover traditional Scillonian tattie cake at the island’s shop, homemade fudge at Veronica Farm, local ales at Fraggle Rock, situated on the most southerly tip and the freshest locally caught shellfish at Island Fish, supplier to Scilly Isles for over fifty years.
An island of contrasts; Atlantic rollers crash on the western coast, surrounded by wild moorland, whilst turquoise waters lap white sands on the east. All of the island’s beaches are dog-friendly all year round, so there are endless coastal walks to discover.
Home to Hell Bay, Droppy Nose Point and Popplestones, explore at your own pace, either by foot or if your dogs the seafaring sort, in a hire boat, from Bennett Boatyard. Climb the five hills of Bryher and watch resident artist, Richard Pearce at work in his beachfront studio.
A table can be set up for you to dine with your furry friend in the bar area, where you can indulge in the three-rosette restaurant menu. Head Chef, Richard Kearsley ensures the abundance of fresh produce available on the islands, remain at the heart of his plates, using classic combinations of the finest seasonal and regional ingredients; whether it’s the beef from Tresco, freshest Bryher crab and lobster or farm vegetables, bought a stone’s throw from the kitchen door.
For those wishing to venture out, Fraggle Rock, the island’s pub is also dog friendly, with plenty of treats stored at the bar.
There is a £15 fee per night for up to two dogs on vacay.
Doggie paradise lives here! Hell Bay offers the ultimate escape – us four-legs crave a little luxury from time to time, better still, when it’s delivered in the midst of such wild and rugged surrounds. Bryher offers a playground for dogs, with most unbelievable walks and sniffs – it was liberating to explore this dog-friendly haven with my humans.
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