Good Hotel Guide Review
Just off the beach, the only pub on Robert Dorrien-Smith’s private, car-free island is a ‘relaxed’ gathering place for locals and holidaymakers alike. It has ‘lovely accommodation’, and unfussy menus showcasing Scillonian produce: Bryher crab mac and cheddar, Cornish mackerel burgers, baked Salakee Farm duck egg. By the ‘well-stocked bar’, a wood-burning stove is fired up on chilly days; in good weather, move in to the ‘pretty’ canopied garden. Bedrooms newly updated in a breezy, beachy palette are supplied with specialist teas and ground coffee; many have views of the harbour. Guests may access the tennis and spa facilities at Tresco Island Spa (extra charge), a few minutes’ stroll along the harbour front.
Isles of Scilly
16. Some on ground floor.
all year, limited opening in winter months.
bar, residents’ lounge, restaurant, in-room TV (Freeview), patio, garden, pavilion, heated outdoor swimming pool (seasonal), use of Tresco Island Spa facilities (extra fee).
in pub and restaurant, occasional live music events.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in public bar, beer garden, assistance dogs allowed in bedrooms.
per room B&B £120–£205. À la carte £35.
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