Good Hotel Guide Review
Overlooking the white sands of St Martin’s and with views across the waters to Tresco, this long and low stone-built hotel offers a luxurious yet laidback retreat with a private jetty for the ferry from St Mary’s. It is the only hotel on the island, and dogs and children are welcomed. Classic British meets contemporary style in the bedrooms with vintage-style furnishings, books and freshly ground Cornish coffee; large windows offer restful sea views. In the restaurant, or alfresco in the sub-tropical garden, lobster rolls and platters of freshly caught seafood are menu mainstays. Accompanying dogs relish a dish from the Kanine Kitchen. Hire a day boat or snorkel with seals; soothing spa treatments also available.
Isle of Scilly
30. 12 on ground floor, 5 suitable for disabled.
bar, restaurant, 2 lounges, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, treatment room, children’s games room, 7-acre grounds, terrace, bar and restaurant wheelchair accessible.
jazz in bar, restaurant, muted on request.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in some bedrooms (welcome packs), upper dining room and grounds.
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles from £275. À la carte £55.