Hotels in Tresco

Island Hotel
Isles of Scilly

TR24 0PU
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This delightfully low slung colonial-style hotel enjoys a spectacular waterside location ringed by uninhabited islands and the dramatic Golden Ball Reef. Set in its own manicured gardens and private beach with a seasonal sailing school, the hotel overlooks Old Grimsby Sound and the Cromwellian fort known as 'The Blockhouse'.

All rooms are brightly furnished and many benefit from lounge areas, balconies or terraces. The spacious, comfortable lounges, airy restaurant and bar area enjoy stunning seascapes.

Activities include tennis court, croquet lawn, heated pool, kite flying and shrimping or fishing.

Carefully prepared imaginative cuisine makes an excellent showcase for locally caught fish, island vegetables and Tresco reared beef.

Additional Facilities:
Own beach with Sailing School
Own locally built 36ft Gaff Cutter for guests (Age of Sail Experience)
Croquet Lawn
Games Room
Mobility Buggies
Boutique-style Shop


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Red Stars & 2 Rosettes
ETC 3 Stars & Gold Award
Number of Rooms: 48
Number Ensuite: 48

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Dinner, bed & breakfast
Double: From 130 (low)
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Name: Terrace Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern
Chef: Head Chef: Peter Marshall
Awards: 2 Rosettes

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Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access - Limited
Open All Year
Tennis Court
Swimming Pool - Outdoor
TV in Rooms
Conference/Business Facilities

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