Beyond a rugged exterior hides a post office and grocery store, cafe, campsite, B&B's self-catering accommodation, a smart hotel and England's most westerly pub.
The smallest of the inhabited islands, Bryher encapsulates both wild beauty and gentle tranquility. Admire the granite stacks of Shipman Head or stand on the edge of of Hell Bay where the thundering ocean sends jets of spume bursting into the skies.
The channel between Tresco and Bryher is very shallow. This means that at low water we can't reach the landing point and therefore we can only go there on certain days of the week. The day we travel is generally a Tuesdayor a Thursday. When the tide is extremely low we advertise a trip to explore the channel you can even walk between Tresco and Bryher without getting you feet wet !