If you want to experience the most beautiful place in the UK (in our humble opinion of course), then you must visit Bryher.
I could stop there - but you also need to know that for such a small island, our facilities are simply incredible. High quality accommodation, a fabulous shop, a bakery, a post office, a delicious cafe, Jamie Oliver's favourite pub and one of the most awarded hotels in the South West. I think that you really need to come and see for yourself what you are missing...you will definitely not regret it.
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Bryher's closest neighbour Tresco has a lot to offer to enhance your holiday on Bryher further.
Just a few minutes away by boat, or if the tide is out you can actually walk there, you can then hire a bike to explore.
You will find incredible plants at the world renowned Tresco Abbey Gardens, long deserted beaches, good food, stunning art and wonderful views.
The gateway to the islands where, unless you own a private helicopter or spangly yacht, you will arrive before making your way to your holiday accommodation.
In Hugh Town - the central hub - you will find a cluster of shops, banks, cafe's, galleries and Scilly's very own museum which is well worth a visit.
Further afield or 'up country' you will find Old Town with its own beautiful beach plus an abundance of walks with stunning scenery, dramatic rocky coves and archaeological treasures.
England's final frontier.
St Agnes lies at the most south westerly edge of the Scilly Islands and makes up the final inches of British soil before the vast Atlantic stretches out towards America.
Totally unspoilt and incredibly peaceful, we would definitely recommend a visit to this creative and thriving community.
Crystal clear waters and some of the best beaches in the whole world - oh my! what is there not to love?
Take a walk up to the distinctive red and white Daymark - which you may have spotted on your flight over - and meander through miles of heathery cliff path walks.
St Martin's is an enterprising and diverse community that cannot be ignored during your holiday to Scilly.