Late Season Breaks
Late Season Breaks
2024 Late Season Breaks
Stay 3 nights, with full Cornish breakfast each morning, from £70 per person per night.
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Late Availability and Short Breaks

Our collection of 6 traditional cottages are perfect for self-catering holidays and short breaks. Located right by the water’s edge, just yards from the quay on St Mary’s, from where you can catch one of the regular boats to explore the off islands.


Self Catering Late Availability

When we have any late availability dates for our cottages, we will post them here. The 2024 season is booking up, but we do have the following dates currently available :

Starboard Light (Sleeps 5) – 21st to 28th September, 28th September to 5th October

Port Light (Sleeps 4) – 21st to 28th September, 28th September to 5th October

Gerwick (Sleeps 4) – 25th September to 2nd October

Gweal (Sleeps 4) – 28th August to 4th September. 25th September to 2nd October

Gibson (Sleeps 2) – 16th to 23rd August


Self Catering Short Breaks

Outside of the peak season, we have 3 or 4 night short breaks, available in all of our cottages.


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Accommodation
At Tregarthen's we have 31 en-suite hotel bedrooms, 6 holiday cottages and 4 new lodges for the 2024 season. Many rooms have Sea Views over the Harbour, over the water to the off islands and across the roof-scape of Hugh Town towards Porthcressa Bay. At Tregarthen's you can find Isles of Scilly accommodation at its very best.
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.
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.