Bell Rock Hotel has been welcoming guests for over 100 years - we look forward to your visit. We offer friendly, informal, attentive service, by caring staff.
We are ideally situated in a level position, midway between Town Beach to the front and Porthcressa Bay at the rear. Both beaches are about 100 yards away! <
Our 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).
Our friendly staff will do everything possible to ensure your stay with us is relaxing and enjoyable.
Our special offer 3 night break, early and late in the year, offer outstanding value and are very popular - please book early.
Address: Bell Rock Hotel, St Mary's, Isles of Scilly, TR21 0JS
Ideally situated on St Marys Quay we are a short walk from all local ammenities. All our rooms are en-suite with hot drink facilities, televisions, with most offering unrivaled views of the harbour. We serve harty breakfasts and fine evening meals both early and late seasons and have a spacious bar and lounge area. Our coffee shop is open daily with internet access. The Harboursides very own watersports centre is situated just accross the bay and offers full tuition on windsurfing and sailing. We are a friendly local run family establishment and offer an excellent venue to base yourself for your holiday.
Address: The Quay, St Marys, Isles of Scilly, TR21 0HU
A traditional granite cottage that has recently been modernised and refurbished to a high standard. Comfortably sleeps four people but can accomodate six. The cottage, including its secluded private front garden, enjoys uninterupted views to the south of the island.
Address: 3 Signal Row, St Martin's, Isles of Scilly, TR25 0QL
Located on Hugh town beach, Schooners has uninterrupted views across the harbour to the off islands. We 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. Our other rooms are south facing and sunny with interesting roof scape 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. The comfortable licenced bar opens onto the beach patio. There is a newly refurbished spacious lounge on the top floor overlooking the harbour.
The hotel's cuisine is managed by our exellent chef Josie who delights our guests with her culinary skills. Island produce, local fish and traditional recipes are preferred. All soups, breads and pastries are home made. The dinner menu is compiled each day based on local availability of prime ingredients. Vegetarian diets are catered for; Please let our staff know well in advance.
Schooners hotel is part of the Rat Island Sailboat Company, the island's Sailmakers who bring in supplies and materials in the sailing ketch "Taloa". The Sailboat Company also run a boatyard and just next door to the hotel is our canvas workshop where we make and sell "Rat Bags" luggage and clothing. The Sail loft is situated on the quay. The Boat yard is in the next bay at Porth Mellon. Visit our Rat Island website for a look at our products and services.
With its waterside location at the heart of the islands shipbuilding past, the hotel has an undoubted marine feel, which is echoed in the Schooner's bar. All rooms are heated and have excellent new en suites.
A clean sunny atmosphere is apparent throughout.
Address: Town Beach, St Marys, Isles of Scilly, TR21 0LN
Our landlord, His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, gave permission for St. Martin's on the Isle to be built in 1987 and the hotel was subsequently opened in May 1989. As you can imagine, building on such an environmentally sensorial island surrounded by a marine park required a great deal of sensitivity both in the choice of location and the choice of materials. The resulting hotel, nestling into the hillside and built to resemble a cluster of granite cottages, has received much acclaim and is now accepted as a part of the landscape. The hotel, the only one on the island of St. Martin's, faces west overlooking mature gardens, it's own quay, white sandy beaches and clear blue sea, with uninhabited islands as a backdrop framed by magnificent sunsets in the evening.
Address: St. Martins on the Isle, St Martins, Isles of Scilly, TR25 0QW
At Island Properties we let a wide range and variety of holiday homes, all of which are inspected by VisitBritain under their Quality Assurance scheme. On our part we endeavour to find the holiday property that most suits your needs. So, if you have any issues regarding access to, or in any of our properties please talk to us and we guarantee that if we can't answer your question we will find the answer and ensure that you are fully satisfied before you are asked to confirm your booking.
Address: Island Properties, Porthmellon, St Mary’s, Isles of Scilly, TR21 0JY
Part of the Duchy of Cornwall since 1337, the Isles of Scilly have been home to man since the Neolithic times. These days only five of the 200 islands and rocky outcrops of the archipelago are inhabited - the remainder providing sanctuary for many rare and interesting birds.
St. Mary's is the perfect holiday centre for all, offering a wide variety of attractions as well as providing an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding islands using the daily launch service.
With its pubs, restaurants and shops, St. Mary's itself has plenty of interest for everyone, while those with a feeling for the past will find much to occupy their thoughts. A walk around the island will highlight the drama of the Scillonian scenery while on the quieter side a visit to the bulb fields is always worth while. Children especially will enjoy the safe bathing and fine sandy beaches. For the more active, there is sailing, fishing, windsurfing, golf, tennis, squash, diving and snorkelling.
Address: Seaways Farm Holiday Home, Porthloo, St Marys, Isles of Scilly
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.
Star Castle was built in 1593 during the reign of Queen Elizabeth, 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. The Castle has been the scene of many historic occasions. The Dining room was the original officer's messroom. It belongs 'to the age of Drake and the sea-dogs.
Garden rooms and suites are adjacent to the castle in
the grounds. Some guest rooms and suites have sea or harbour views.
Address: Star Castle Hotel, St Marys, Isles Of Scilly, TR21 0TA