One of the Devon luxury hotels is, of course, the iconic Art Deco masterpiece, Burgh Island Hotel. The epitome of 1930s glamour and sophistication, this exclusive historic hotel has been lovingly restored to proudly take up residence upon its own tidal island. With ocean views from every room and embraced all round by golden sandy beaches, this is one of the finest hotels by the sea in Devon.
Its individually designed rooms are impeccable; each one has its own unique character inspired by famous former visitors who graced the hotel, in its many incarnations, in times gone by.
Agatha’s Beach House is the ultimate in stylish indulgence, originally built in the 1930s as a writing retreat for the Queen of Crime herself. Nestling into the rock face and with panoramic sea views, this sumptuous and elegant suite boasts spacious accommodation over two floors, wood burning stove, private sun deck and hot tub. The Beach House is also pet-friendly, and with gorgeous walks around the island right on the doorstep, your very best friend will love it just as much as you.
The Tony and B suite is also exceptional. The largest suite in the hotel, it offers guests their own lounge and dining rooms, and private ground floor terrace with sea views.
All suites are spacious, elegant and comfortable, with their own lounge space and all sorts of decadent details that elevate your stay to the next level. The suites also make the most of those spectacular full sea views, as do the Luxe Double rooms. The Cosy Doubles also enjoy sea views, and are perfect for guests opting for a shorter stay at one of the most luxury hotels by the sea in Devon.