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Isles Of Scilly Country Guesthouse
Isles of Scilly
Set back from the Hugh Town hustle, this charming rural guesthouse is one of the comfiest on St Mary's...
With stunning sea views, Tregarthen's Hotel on St Mary’s provides high-quality accommodation in the Isles of Scilly...
Schooner’s Hotel offers bright seaside accommodation on Hugh Town’s waterfront, half a mile from St Mary’s Ferry Terminal. The hotel features a restaurant, a bar and a beachfront patio...
On the beautiful seafront of St Mary’s island, The Atlantic Hotel offers bright, individually decorated rooms and fresh, seasonal food. The ferry terminal is just 5 minutes’ walk away, and operates to and from Penzance...
Wingletang Guest House
Within easy reach of all the amenities of Hugh Town, Wingletang Guest House dates back to the early 19th century and is an example of the fine traditional architecture of the Isles of Scilly...
Isles of Scilly
Property Location With a stay at Colossus B&B in Isles of Scilly (Hugh Town), you'll be close to Tresco Abbey Gardens. This 4-star bed & breakfast is within the vicinity of King's Charles Castle...
Solid St Mary's guesthouse, in a double-fronted detached house 15 minutes' walk from the quay. The six rooms are clean and bright and the price is definitely right.
Blue Carn Cottage
Removed from the relative bustle of Hugh Town, this whitewashed B&B near Old Town is a welcoming affair. DVD players and cosy surroundings distinguish the rooms, while there's a game-stocked guest lounge and hearty brekkies with home-reared eggs.
Bare-bones camping near the quay. Hot showers and tractor transport from the boat are included in the rates.
A little stone-walled cottage, with three pretty sea-view rooms. There's also a small cafe which serves brekkies and light meals cooked up by the owner.
Flying Boat Club
Ludicrously lavish sea-view houses with indoor pool and spa; prices drop to a mere £1475 to £2000 in winter.
A 9.5-acre, sea-view site with good facilities.
Hell Bay Hotel
Pretty much the poshest place to stay in Scilly – a true island getaway blending New England-style furnishings with sunny golds, sea blues and pale wood beams. Rooms have sitting rooms, private balconies and, of course, stunning sea views...
Compared with Tresco's two wallet-shreddingly expensive hotels, the New Inn is a comparative bargain. The rooms are soothingly finished in buttery yellows and pale blues, although inevitably you'll have to fork out for a view.
This friendly granite cottage is one of the only B&Bs on St Martin's – titchy and traditional, with a sunny conservatory serving cream teas, homemade lemonade and hearty evening meals.
Sea Garden Cottages
This complex of self-contained cottages at the Island Hotel has nine properties available on a nightly basis...
Star Castle Hotel
Shaped like an eight-pointed star, this former fort on Garrison Point is one of Scilly's star hotels, with a choice of heritage-style castle rooms or more modern garden suites. It's a bit stuffy, but prices include dinner at a choice of restaurants.
St Martin's Campsite
Towards the western end of Lawrence’s Bay, this site has 50 pitches spread across three fields, so it never feels crowded. Coin-operated laundry and showers are available, and water comes from the campsite's own bore-hole...
St Mary's Hall Hotel
This Scilly mansion was originally built for a holidaying Italian nobleman...
At the southwestern corner of the island. Originally a flower farm, it’s now home to Scillys’ only dairy herd, and offers field camping with predictably wonderful sea views.
This granite-fronted cottage in the heart of Hugh Town is well over 200 years old, but the accommodation is surprisingly light inside...