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OVERVIEW

Stay at Tregarthen's with its rich history, eye-grabbing views, delicious seasonal food and enviable position to explore St Mary's and beyond; think breakfast on the terrace before stepping out onto the Garrison walk to discover the ancient fortifications and bustling port of Hugh Town with dramatic sea vistas along the way. It's just a short walk to the main stretch, lined with artisan shops and cafes, as well as artist's studios - take advantage of the hotel's picnic hampers, complete with a rucksack, for your days out exploring.


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THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Positioned in Hugh Town on St Mary's, Tregarthen's sits amidst a spectacular setting at the water's edge with far-reaching views across to neighbouring islands. A few minutes' walk will take you to the bustling historic quay, the hub for passenger boats to the off-islands. These run twice daily alongside day trips - wildlife safaris and tours of the uninhabited islands in a glass-bottomed boat. This is a wonderful part of St Mary's to explore with its historic granite buildings and flourishing sub-tropical gardens.

By plane: Skybus flights to St Mary's from Newquay (30 minutes), Exeter (1 hour) or Lands End (15 minutes). The hotel is a 5-minute drive from the airport. Book flights St Mary's.

By boat: the Scillionian III Passenger Ferry departs from Penzance (2 hours 45 minutes). The hotel is a 5-minute walk from the terminal.

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THE LOOK AND FEEL

Traditional in style, Tregarthen's is designed around its breathtaking sea vistas, featuring floor-to-ceiling glass doors in the conservatory lounge leading onto the garden terrace, bringing the outdoors in. The hotel was founded in 1849 by Captain Frank Tregarthen, whose living quarters remain at the heart of the building. With history at the core, interiors have been kept neutral, allowing the views to do the talking with some colour pops of blue and yellow keeping décor fresh, drawing on the coastal surroundings.

THE FACILITIES

Tregarthen's staff offer the warmest of welcomes, making you feel at home from the moment you arrive. The team are brilliantly knowledgeable about the islands, offering advice and tips on how best to plan your stay. For days when you feel like lounging, room service is available upon request and there's a handy laundry service provided should you need it.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free Wi-Fi

BED AND BATH

Many rooms are sea-facing and can be set up as a twin or a double. Self-catering apartments provide comfortable accommodation for two to nine adults and lodges are set up for couples with a mezzanine level above the living area. All rooms were refurbished in 2022 and designed to make the most of the incredible light on the islands - think calming neutral hues and contemporary coastal art.

Room types: Standard Room, Superior Room, Deluxe Room, Family Room, Cottage

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, tea and coffee facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi

FOOD AND DRINK

Food is served in the more formal restaurant (tables are laid with crisp white linen) or in the relaxed dog-friendly conservatory with an informal and unfussy vibe. Expect locally sourced produce wherever possible, especially seafood including freshly caught crab and lobster, served alongside a carefully curated list of wines to complement as well as a host of Scilly-produced ales, gins, vodkas, rums and cocktails.

Restaurant: classic British cuisine. Open daily for breakfast and dinner. Informal dining options available in the lounge or on the terrace.

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