Atlanta - Bryher
This traditional Scillonian granite cottage is ideal for couples, families or groups of friends. Situated on the western side of Bryher, a stone’s throw away from Great Porth Beach and close to Hell Bay Hotel.
This traditional Scillonian granite cottage has been recently refurbished and offers high quality, comfortable accommodation with a wide range of facilities. It’s old cottage charm has been retained in the beams and original stone fireplaces. On entering the large porch / utility area leads through to an open plan kitchen-living area. Also downstairs is a separate dining room and shower room with WC. Upstairs are three bedrooms and a full bathroom, with shower over the bath. The two twin rooms to the front of the cottage each have their own handbasin and views towards Great Porth and Samson Hill. The large king bedded room at the back of the cottage has views over Bryher Pool to Popplestones Bay and Gweal Hill. Behind the cottage, the private garden provides an ideal place for barbeques and watching the sunset on a warm summer’s evening. Dogs are most welcome.
Open from March to November
Facilities & Features
- Dogs welcome by prior arrangement
- Facilities for children
- Free BT Infinity 1 Wifi
- Sea views from upstairs
- Washing machine and tumble dryer
- Dishwasher and fridge-freezer
- 42” TV with full Sky package including Sports and Movies
- 1 minute walk to Great Porth beach
- Large private garden with great sea views
- Saturday changeover
Prices & Conditions
2018 tariff: £870.00 - £1,425.00 per week
Atlanta Cottage is currently fully booked for the 2018 seaon - any cancellations will be listed here...watch this space!
We are also currently provisionally fully booked for the 2019 season. Weeks may become available in due course and we have a waiting list for this purpose. Please email Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org with your preferred dates and she will let you know if anything becomes available. After those on the waiting list have been contacted, any remaining vacancies for 2019 will be published here in December 2018.
The access statement for Atlanta can be viewed here.