If you are looking for comfortable rooms, with the pub conveniently located just downstairs, then Scilly Isles inns (pubs) are the way to go. St Mary’s and Tresco, the two largest islands, both have inns rated at 4 stars (Visit Britain). Whilst there are many pubs in the Isles of Scilly, this article just gives you a brief overview of the inn accommodation. In this regard it really is a matter of old and new: New Inn on Tresco and Old Town Inn on St Mary’s island.

New Inn, Tresco

With a main bar and a separate bar for residents, beer garden, coffee shop, bar food, internet access and swimming pool for residents, the New Inn is an attractive and well-equipped accommodation option. Prices range from ?55 to ?120 per person per night, including breakfast, depending on the season and room type (16 rooms including standard en-suite double, sun terrace rooms or sea view rooms). The New Inn has 4 AA stars.

Old Town Inn

A small freehouse on St Mary’s, you can stay at the Old Town Inn for ?40 per adult per night, ?30 per child per night, or ?60 per night for single occupancy. Each of the three rooms is on the ground floor and has ramped access. Facilities include a pool table and darts board, whilst food ranges from Sunday roasts to pizzas. There is also a function room available for hire for a range of special events. This versatile accommodation option has 4 Visit Britain stars.

Thanks for checking out this brief overview of the Scilly Isles Inns (pubs) with accommodation. If you are looking at a more modest budget, or want to try something different, explore camping in the Isles of Scilly…