Thursday 10th October 2024
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Double celebration for Scilly favourite, Hell Bay hotel

Hell Bay hotel on Bryher in the Isles of Scilly has won gold, for the second year in a row, at the South West Tourism Awards (4 February 2016). The news follows an announcement earlier this week that the hotel has been shortlisted as a finalist in the national tourism awards.

The UK’s most westerly hotel was again the only hotel in Scilly to reach the South West Tourism Awards for Excellence finals and was awarded gold for Best Small Hotel at the glitzy ceremony held on Thursday 4th February 2016.

Bryher’s sole hotel, which boasts 25 suites, has collected six trophies since it started applying to the tourism awards three year’s ago.  It now boasts two gold and a silver South West Tourism Awards and three gold Cornwall Tourism Awards.

The team now hope to add another trophy to the collection after hearing this week they are also Small Hotel of the Year finalists at Visit England’s National Awards for Excellence, which will be held in March. The hotel was highly commended in the national tourism board’s 2015 Awards.

Philip Callan, manager, Hell Bay Hotel, said: “To win gold for the Best Small Hotel at the South West Awards for the second year in a row and also be nominated again for the National Awards, is something we’re immensely proud of.

“We always aim to deliver the highest levels of service across all we do and to be recognised for this at both a regional and national level is a true honour and credit to the hard-working team we have here at Hell Bay.”

For more information about Hell Bay Hotel visit: or call 01720 422947

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