We can wax lyrical about Bryher Campsite, but there's nothing quite like seeing it for yourself and hearing what others think...

Take a look through our gallery of Bryher and the campsite, read some of our media reviews and - most importantly - the thoughts of the people who matter most - our campers!

What the Media Say

Cool Camping Logo

Nestled in a sheltered valley on the breath-taking island of Bryher this discreet site that blends effortlessly into the landscape of the island. It’s undoubtedly a beautiful spot.

Cool Camping

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What a truly beautiful place Bryher is. The kids loved scrambling onto rocks posing like explorers, sandcastle building, kite-flying, shell collecting, paddling, making little dams on the beach, playing with other children, shell-painting with poster paints and more. It’s an idyllic, Enid Blyton-esque dream for children. The colour of the sea is amazing with the different shades of blue and vivid turquoise – it was hard to believe we were still in the UK. Very glad we went and now I know why people love it there!

Fluffymonster, MumsNet

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Plenty of space to pitch your tent and choose between a stunning view east to Tresco or west towards the Western Isles. New owners Tom and Jo are incredibly helpful, including appearing in the middle of the night in a storm to check on the campers. Great showers, a 1-minute walk to the Fraggle pub, 3 minute walk to a very well stocked shop, boats for hire at the other end of the island, beautiful beaches, seals, starry clear skies…

37SCG, TripAdvisor

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I had stayed at this campsite 9 years ago with my husband and we returned at half term with our 8 year old son. The current owners had taken over less than a year ago and were extremely friendly and helpful. Our plane was delayed so we arrived on a different boat to that planned and Tom was there to meet us and help with our stuff with a friendly smile and can do attitude that persisted through our stay. The showers and toilets were cleaned at least 3 times a day. Even though it was half term there was bags of space in the camping fields and with views over both sides of the Island it was a magical place to stay. There did not seem to be any restrictive rules as we have seen in other places, rather an expectation that you should respect the other campers and behave appropriately. I am already booking my next trip.

ProutR, TripAdvisor

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We camped on four of the five inhabited islands of the Scilly Isles. Bryher campsite was our favourite. The site feels completely remote, whilst still being ridiculously close to the beach and island pub (about a 1 minute walk). It’s incredibly picturesque. You can see both sides of the coast from your camp spot as it’s in this amazing valley, with views of Tresco and the Atlantic. It feels like an adventure whilst having amazing facilities. Old stone walls, ancient paddocks, beach views and wild valleys allow you to feel really at one with nature, whilst the clean shower block, phone charger area, hot water and washing up facilities allow comfort. There weren’t loads and loads of rules. Some of the campsites you were over run with rules. On this one, the general ethos is ‘have a good time, but respect your neighbour’, which is great! Finally the campsite is wonderfully friendly. Tom and Jo were so nice. Basically it’s a great place, family run, doesn’t charge for every tiny little thing, casual, clean and beautiful.

CelliM, TripAdvisor

 

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