Burgh Island Hotel is an iconic Devon landmark, a shining white ocean liner, moored on its own tidal island, surrounded by golden beaches and silver seas. Built in 1929, extended in 1932 and now restored to its '30s glamour, the Burgh Island Hotel is a retreat out of time like none other.
The beauty and intrigue of an island visit has always drawn guests who are looking for something different. It is no surprise that Agatha Christie, Noel Coward and other pre-War luminaries made Burgh Island their second home. In touch with the seasons, connected to local food producers and celebrating life on the Devon coast, Burgh Island will offer you a different perspective on our past, our landscape and our 20th century heritage.