Sumary of It’s A Little Slice Of Hotel Heaven At Hell Bay On Bryher:
- You’ll pass honesty boxes selling local farm produce and little stalls with succulents for sale, and then you’ll happen upon the tiny All Saints Church – its stained glass windows glinting in the sun.
- Here, the Atlantic rollers crash without inhibition, the landscape feels wilder, with its moors and granite hills, and the beaches are more-often-than-not deserted.
- In each of the bedrooms, walls are adorned with art by local artists while, in the lounge, the Dorrien-Smith’s impressive collection of bright and bold Modern British art gives the sense that you are hanging out in a mini gallery (albeit with cosy chairs and snug sofas).
- His artfully-executed dishes celebrate local produce – with vegetables grown feet away on the island’s farm, beef from Tresco, and freshly-caught shell fish from the surrounding waters, as well as artisan produce from Cornwall.
- Sheltered bays and idyllic beaches prove idyllic spots for picnics – make sure you stop off at Veronica Farm for some of the most buttery, homemade fudge you’ll ever taste.