Scattered in the Atlantic Ocean 28 miles from Land's End, the Isles of Scilly were once the haunt of pirates. Staying on the island of St Mary's, take the opportunity to discover these delightful islands known for their abundance of beautiful flowers, wildlife and gentle climate.
Detailed Overview

Hotel

2* Bell Rock Hotel, St Mary’s

The most southerly hotel in England, the Bell Rock Hotel is located just a short walk from Porthcressa beach and the harbour. En-suite bedrooms have a TV, radio, hairdryer and tea/coffee facilities. The hotel offers a heated indoor pool, bar, lounge and dining room. There is no lift to the top floor.

• Bar • Lounge • Indoor Swimming pool • TV • Hairdryer • Tea/coffee in room •

Price Includes

  • Coach transfers to/from Penzance

  • Return ferry crossing – Penzance/St Mary’s

  • 1 night dinner, bed & breakfast in overnight hotel

  • 1 night bed & breakfast in overnight hotel

  • 4 night dinner, bed & breakfast in St Mary’s

  • Luggage transfers to/from port to hotel

  • Introductory guided tour of St Mary’s

  • One-course lunch on Day 6

  • Escorted throughout

Please note: breakfast in day 2 will be provided as a carryout style.

Tour Itinerary
Day 1

We make our way to the overnight hotel.

Day 2

A very early start as we head to Penzance for the morning sailing to St Mary's. The hotel is a five-minute walk from St Mary's Harbour and luggage will be transferred by a local operator.

Day 3 - 5

During your time on St Mary's, enjoy an introductory guide to the island with a local coach operator. Get an insight into life on the largest island in the archipelago. During your free time, you may like to spend a day exploring Hugh Town, the Island's capital. Situated between two beaches, it is home to a variety of shops, arts and craft galleries and restaurants. Why not enjoy a stroll along the Garrison Walls high above the town or simply relax on the beach? Alternatively, you could take a boat trip to the Island of Tresco to visit Abbey Garden, home to over 20,000 exotic species of plants, a variety of which cannot be grown anywhere else in Britain.

Day 6

Enjoy lunch before you join the afternoon crossing and return to the mainland. We then transfer you to the overnight hotel.

Day 7

We continue our journey home, back to the local area.

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