Bryher campsite has once again topped the Telegraph list of '20 amazing British campsites beside the sea’

The newspaper said: “Bryher Campsite enjoys lovely salty views of Hangman Island and Tresco, but its situation between two hills means it's relatively sheltered.


“During the summer Bryher can, in the right weather, feel like an other-worldly paradise, with a glorious sandy beach at Green Bay and a quieter cove at Rushy Bay for swimming.“


Although the Isles of Scilly is a remote holiday destination, the short stroll to the pub and shop perhaps make the campsite on Bryher seem less isolated than most other campsites, which are often situated a few miles out of town.


The top four sites were all based in the Cornwall region with Treen Farm, just three miles from Land’s End, coming in second.


You can view the complete list here.

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