Since 1929, Burgh Island has been welcoming famous and infamous guests, who have enjoyed utter peace, space for themselves, time to think and a regular seat in the Palm Court Bar. In homage to this rich history most of the 25 rooms and suites bears the name of a visiting guest and is a nod to a bygone era.
Take a digital detox! Complimentary high-speed Wifi is available to all guests who feel the need to keep in touch with the real world, but we challenge you to look up…..us-time is what Burgh Island is about.
One of the most breath-taking hotel rooms in the UK, the Beach House was first built in the ‘30s as a writer‘s retreat for Agatha Christie. Here, Mrs Christie wrote her two novels set on the Island (“Evil Under the Sun” and “And Then There Were None”). The Beach House is now a sophisticated and modern beach retreat.
This stunning ground floor suite has a very large lounge with separate dining area and big private terrace with sea views. One of the top suites alongside the Beach House.
Lovingly and sumptuously updated suite with separate lounge, bedroom and bathroom. The Nettlefold Suite boasts stunning sea views and a balcony. New images coming soon.
Very large suites with separate lounge, bedroom and bathroom. All of our Grand Suites have wonderful sea views and balconies:
Suites with separate lounge, bedroom and bathroom. All of these suites have lovely sea views:
Carefully yet lavishly updated double bedrooms with sea views and balconies. New images coming soon.
An open plan dog-friendly room above the Pilchard Inn, a few yards from the main hotel and furnished in antique style: