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Tregarthen's is perfectly positioned on St Mary's - the largest of the five inhabited islands of the archipelago - located yards from the historic quay, overlooking the harbour and boasting panoramic vistas across to the islands of Bryher, Sampson, Tresco and St Martin's. With its individually styled bedrooms, large light-filled conservatory, local food and drink offering and plenty of outdoor seating, it's hard to imagine a more comfortable base from which to explore the islands. Steeped in fascinating history, the main hotel entrance takes you onto the Garrison Hill where you can explore the ancient fortifications. There are also six self-catering holiday cottages at the water's edge, along with five lodges, situated right in front of the sea wall - perfectly positioned to enjoy your freshly prepared breakfast hamper!



The circular walk from the Garrison walls takes you south of the island via the sandy stretch of Porthcressa Beach and the striking rock formations of Pendennis Head.

The hotel is just around the corner from Hugh Street, where you'll find St Mary's bustling shopping district.
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.
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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Style & Character

Suited to couples and familes, Tregarthen's appeals to anyone after a comfortable base with an informal air, offering the freedom to explore the islands and come and go as you like. The spectacular views steal the show, honing in on the wild landscape from every angle, with lots of terrace seating to watch the incredible island sunsets.

Service & Facilities

It's hard not to fall for the dreamy vistas from the garden terrace and patio area - the ideal spot for a sundowner. All of the self-catering cottages welcome dogs and there are also a selection of dog friendly hotel rooms available with an additional charge of £10 per night.

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


The light-filled Deluxe room with its dramatic seascapes across the island's rooftops completely won us over. You can't beat falling asleep to the sound of the sea and waking to the glorious island sunrises.

Standard Room, Superior Room, Deluxe Room, Family Room, Cottage
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, tea and coffee facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The Fisherman's Catch including squid ink gnocchi, sorrel velouté, baby courgette, nasturtium leaf and mussels stuffed with parmesan, bechamel and tomato concasse was all kinds of delicious. Keep things sweet and tuck into a true flavour of the island's foodie community with ice creams and sorbets from Troytown Farm on St Agnes.

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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