Short Break Packages
Short Break Packages
2020 Late Season Breaks
Stay from 1st to 25th October 2020 for 3 nights, with full Cornish breakfast each morning and evening meal on the 1st night, for £198 per person for the 3 nights - that's just £66 per person per night !
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Autumn Breaks on Scilly From £66 pppn

2020 Late Season Breaks

Available from 1st to 25th October 2020, this three night break includes accommodation, full Cornish breakfast and evening meal on the first night of your stay, for £198 per person for the 3 nights – that’s just £66 per person per night! Based on two adults sharing a standard twin or double room.

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Your Travel Arrangements

Working together with Isles of Scilly Travel we are able to arrange your flights or boat sailings at a discount, which we have negotiated on your behalf. Our experienced reception team will be delighted to arrange your stay and journey to the islands.


All offers are subject to availability, with a limited number of rooms available on selected nights. Special offers and packages cannot be used in conjunction with other offers or discounts.

Accommodation
At Tregarthen's we have 32 en suite hotel bedrooms and 6 holiday cottages, many with 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.