Each one of our 1920’s deco rooms at Burgh Island differ from the rest and most are named after a celebrity friend favoured by Burgh’s previous owner who bought the island in 1927, Archibald Nettlefold. Each of our rooms are unique, offering guests an unusual hotel experience.
Starting off big and bold, our Agatha’s Beach House is the star of the show on our island. Built as a writing retreat in the 1920’s for famous writer Agatha Christie, the beach house is now a dazzling modern beach retreat with stunning views of the big blue and secluded privacy from the main hotel.
Our Tony & B Suite is one of our most favoured suites with its own large lounge and dining area and its very own ground floor terrace overlooking a glorious sea view – perfect for longer stays on our beautiful island!
Our suites, Hope, Josephine Baker, Mermaid, Malcolm Campbell, Amy Johnson and Formby are cosy and comfortable with a separate lounge, bedroom and bathroom area. All offer lovely views out to sea and fully are stocked with fluffy robes – comfort is never an issue on our island! The Josephine Baker Suite also has a shared sundeck area, perfect for watching the day begin and end.
Our grand suites, Noel Coward, Avon, Eddystone and Nettlefold are stylish, spacious and each unique. Our grand suites come with separate lounge areas, en-suite bathrooms and delightful sea views from their balconies.
Our Luxe Double Rooms, Mountbatten, Gertie Lawrence, Fruit Metcalfe, Cunard, Christie, Chirgwin, Odeon, Jessie Matthews, Bentley and R J Mitchell are just as comfortable, stylish and all offer incredible sea views from their balconies.
Hercule Poirot and Jane Marple are our cosy doubles that provide guests with partial sea views, beautiful decor and are perfect for shorter stays on Burgh. The Artist’s Studio is a rustic open plan dog-friendly room above our beloved Pilchard Inn pub. This is one of our most fantastically unique rooms with its antique furnished style and wonderful sea views.