Short Break Packages
Short Break Packages
2021 Breakaway Package
Stay 3 nights, with full Cornish breakfast each morning, for £195 per night in High Season, £165 in Low Season or £135 in October - that's just £67.50 per person per night !
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Boat Trips Exploring the Isles of Scilly

There are more than a hundred islands to discover here, only five of which – Bryher, St Martin’s, Tresco, St Agnes and St Mary’s – are inhabited. As our guest, you couldn’t be better placed to explore them all. The inter-island launches leave from St Mary’s Quay on our doorstep, and the experienced boatmen who run them can often give handy hints about where to spot local wildlife, where to find the most sheltered and secluded beaches, and sites of interest to seek out on the different islands.

From the jagged rocks and storm-ravaged cliffs of Bryher’s Hell Bay to the glorious, often deserted white sands of St Martin’s island, each of the off-islands has its own unique character and features. Hop over to St Martin’s to watch the islands’ famous scented flowers being packed for delivery to the mainland and sample wines grown in the UK’s most southerly vineyard, or take the longer voyage out to the formidable Western Rocks and Bishop’s Rock Lighthouse to see the seal and bird colonies. There are a number of different vessels operating trips around the Isles of Scilly – we can put you in touch with the right people.


Activities
A spectacular natural playground for visitors of all ages, the Isles of Scilly offer a wide variety of activities to experience. Swim, sail or snorkel in the crystal blue waters, wander through lush sub-tropical gardens, explore mysterious ancient burial grounds and browse colourful contemporary art galleries. Most of all, enjoy the unforgettable views.
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Covid 19 Update

We have detailed measures in place to safely welcome guests to Tregarthen’s.  Please read the “Pre-Arrival Information” on the link below to see some of the measures we are taking and the pre-arrival information that guests need to read before you visit.  Some measures will remain in place for stays from 19th July, when the Government Guidelines changed – please help us to keep our staff and guests safe, by respecting the measures we have in place.

Transport operators are keeping certain social distancing measures in place after 19th July – please do check with your transport provider prior to travelling.

The Council of the Isles of Scilly also advise you consider a number of measures prior to arriving on the islands – please read their advice here.