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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Although the Isles of Scilly is the largest archipelago in the UK, only five of the islands are now inhabited, leaving about 140 uninhabited. Some of these uninhabited islands, that offer a haven for wildlife, especially seabirds, are often frequented by day boats, whilst others are purposely left completely alone.

On Tean and St Helen’s you can still see the ruins of early Christian chapels. Or on Samson, just across the water from Tregarthen’s, you can see evidence that it was once inhabited by farmers and fishermen, who left in the mid-1800s, with the ruins of granite homes, barns and boatsheds still visible.

Shipwrecks also feature in the history of Scilly and the islands. For example The Western Rocks are a memorial to the many sailors lost on Bishop Rock, which is a 50m high column of rock, covered completely at spring high tides. On top of it now is the well known Bishop Rock lighthouse, the most south-westerly lighthouse in the UK.

Boat trips are available to see much of the rugged and wild islands, the amazing bird life, the many seals and maybe even a dolphin or two.


Isles of Scilly
28 miles off Land’s End you will find the Isles of Scilly, a uniquely beautiful archipelago of more than 100 islands, only five of which are inhabited. Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and home to 2000 islanders, the Isles of Scilly are often described as ‘a world apart,’ a world where daily life is governed by the tides and the weather.
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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.