Hotel Accommodation in Isles of Scilly, Cornwall
Bell Rock Hotel, St Marys
The most Southerly Hotel in the country, Bell Rock Hotel has been welcoming guests for over 100 years and look forward to your visit. They offer friendly, informal, attentive service, by caring staff. The hotel is ideally situated in a level position, midway between Town Beach to the front and Porthcressa Bay at the rear. Both beaches are just about 100 yards away! The location is very convenient, quiet and central. Shops, entertainment and the museum are close by. The harbour is less than 10 minutes walk, with boats to Tresco, Bryher, St Agnes and St Martins daily in the season (subject to weather and tides). All 23 bedrooms have en suite facilties with showers or baths (or both) and the hotel has been extensively modernised.
Carnwethers Country House, St Marys
Carnwethers Country House offers four star self-catering accomodation in four apartments. The property stands in approximately one acre of prize-winning gardens with secluded corners for relaxing and sunbathing and a croquet lawn. They also have a non-chlorinated solar-heated swimming pool. The four star accommodation is in four self catered flats located in award winning gardens.
Hell Bay Hotel, Bryher
Hell Bay - the ultimate Gourmet escape and a perfect place to relax and re-charge your batteries. It provides immeasurable peace and tranquility, privacy and seclusion. An informal and relaxed hideaway in extensive private grounds. Keeping yourself amused on Bryher is not at all difficult. There are a variety of boat trips with excursions round the islands, fishing and diving expeditions, inter-island hops and evening gig races to follow. Tresco with the world famous Abbey Garden is only a stones throw away.
New Inn, Tresco
The New Inn offers 4 star ETB/AA quality accomodation and is one of only twelve pubs in Cornwall listed in the new "Eating Out in Pubs" Michelin Guide. The New Inn stays open all year, giving guests outside of the main summer season the opportunity to see migrant birds and fields of narcissi flowering, against the backdrop of empty beaches, deserted headlands, and lush green fields.
Schooners Hotel, St Marys
Located on Hugh Town beach, Schooners has uninterrupted views across the harbour to the off islands. They are close to the quay for island boating, the town for pubs, shops, restaurants & St Mary's beautiful sandy beaches. The hotel accommodation includes 12 en suite rooms, nine having prime views over the harbour and islands beyond. Other rooms are south facing and sunny with interesting roofscape views of old Hugh Town. Each room has a telephone with radio & alarm clock, Flat screen TVs with built in DVD, tea & coffee making facilities.
St Marys Hall Hotel, St Marys
This elegant town-house has twenty-four rooms available, three are one bedroomed suites, equipped with mini-kitchens and sitting rooms. These suites make for an attractive alternative to the rather more one-dimensional standard hotel room, offering guests a high degree of flexibility and choice, both in terms of leisure and dining.
Star Castle Hotel, St Marys
Star Castle was built in 1593 during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, for the defence of the Isles of Scilly. It stands on the fortified Garrison Hill to the west of Hugh Town, St Mary’s, and commands magnificent views of the sea and isles in every direction. Rooms within the castle have been elegantly refurbished whilst retaining the character of the original rooms. There is a choice of accommodation at the hotel. Garden rooms and suites are adjacent to the castle in the grounds. Some guest rooms and suites have sea or harbour views.