Good Hotel Guide Review
Sporting a fresh new look in bedrooms and dining areas, the only pub on this family-owned, car-free island still retains its innate charm. At the heart of the community, close to the harbour, locals and visitors enjoy the all-day dining in the bar with its marine paraphernalia, more intimate Pavilion or on the terrace. Menus feature robust dishes such as island-caught lobster and ale-battered fish and chips. In the summer, there’s an outdoor grill. Contemporary rustic bedrooms have tongue-and-groove panelling, bespoke wooden furniture and country colours. All have walk-in showers, robes, and home-made biscuits; two have baths and private terraces. Guests have free entry to Tresco Abbey Garden.
Isles of Scilly
16. Some on ground floor.
all year, limited opening in winter months.
bar, residents’ lounge, restaurant, in-room TV (Freeview), pavilion, beer garden, terrace, use of nearby Tresco Island Spa facilities.
in bar and restaurant, occasional live music events.
all ages welcomed.
in bar, beer garden, assistance dogs only allowed in bedrooms.
B&B doubles £185–£295. À la carte £45.
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