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 Michelin-rated menus showcasing bountiful Scillonian produce. Bryher lobster and chargrilled Tresco beef; pesto rösti is among the good veggie dishes, many sourced from Tresco Abbey Gardens. By the ‘well-stocked bar’, a wood-burning stove is a welcome haven on chilly days. In good weather, move into the ‘very pretty’ canopied garden. Many of the simple bedrooms are done in a beachy palette; many have views of the harbour. Welcoming treats include freshly ground coffee, home-made biscuits, high-end toiletries. Those in the modern annexe are more spacious.
Isles of Scilly
16. Some on ground floor.
all year (limited in winter months).
bar, residents’ lounge, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, 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.