Contemporary self-catering cottages with sea views on the beautiful sub-tropical island of Tresco.
Tresco Isles of Scilly TR24 0QQ 01720 422 849
Sleeping from 6 to 10 people, these luxurious 5-star hideaways are lined up along the beachfront on Tresco. A row of twelve contemporary, New England-style beach homes kitted out to suit the most discerning guests, the Flying Boat Cottages are a picture-perfect place to dip your toes in island life. They also come with a seafront garden, an on-site spa, leisure facilities and restaurant, making it a real slice of paradise.
The contemporary yet homely beachfront Flying Cottages sleep 6 to 10 and are available to rent by the week. They are decorated and furnished to the highest specification and rated 5 Star Gold Award by Visit England.
Each house has excellent sea views, under-floor heating, wi-fi broadband and digital TV. The rental price includes delivery of guests and luggage from the quay to the cottage, linen, towels and logs (where applicable) as well as temporary membership of the Flying Boat Spa with indoor heated pool, spa and tennis courts. Electricity and telephone calls are charged according to usage.
The local area
From its unspoilt beaches to its beautiful and varied landscape, Tresco is both a relaxing and fascinating place to stay. The island is equally suited to those who wish to take life easy as it is to those seeking discovery and adventure. There are plenty of diverse activities from fishing and sailing to fine dining and being pampered in our spa.
Tresco is also home to the sub-tropical beauty of the world famous Abbey Garden – renowned for its extraordinary plants and its Valhalla collection of shipwrecked figureheads. Discover and enjoy its natural beauty.
Why not take to the seas for exploration and exhilaration or view the variety of interesting bird-life that can be found throughout the island?
The clarity of light on Tresco and the island's land and seascapes are an inspiration to artists from far and wide, some of whose work is showcased in the Tresco Gallery.
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Places to eat & drink nearby
Fraggle Rock Bar
Harbour View Bryher TR23 0PR
The islands’ smallest pub is a gem of a hidey-hole on wild little Bryher
The New Inn
Tresco TR24 0QE
A traditional bar adorned with nautical memorabilia and serving gourmet pub grub
Dibble & Grub
The Old Fire Station Porthcressa Beach St Mary’s TR21 0JQ
Kick back by the beach and enjoy brunch, tapas and cocktails in a relaxed atmosphere
Juliet’s Garden Restaurant
Seaways Flower Farm St Mary’s TR21 0NF
One of the best places to eat on St Mary's, Juliet's is a success story that grew from a family tea garden
The Mermaid Inn
Bank House Hugh Town St Marys TR21 0HY
This is where the yachts of St Mary's hang out when they’re not onboard
Things to see & do nearby
St Mary’s harbour and quays on St Agnes Tresco Bryher and St Martin’s
In a destination where two-thirds of the landscape is water, the best way to explore is by boat
Isles of Scilly Museum
Church Street St Mary’s
One of few rainy-day activities on the islands, the Isles of Scilly Museum is stacked with
Boat trip to Bishops Rock Lighthouse
Isles of Scilly
Cast away from civilisation and discover the raw beauty and wildlife of the uninhabited islands. Visit Annet,
Island Wildlife Tours
42 Sally Port St Mary’s TR21 0JE
Explore these wildlife-rich shores with a local expert
One of the most beautiful beaches on Scilly, and you can often bag it to yourself
Golden Eagle Studio
Great Bay Bryher TR23 0PR
Meet local artist Richard Pearce, who paints the landscapes and seascapes of the Scillies
Phoenix Craft Workshops & Gallery
Porthmellon Industrial Estate St Mary’s TR21 0JY
This is the place to get your hands on original island arts and crafts
Tresco TR24 0QG
Fill your basket with some of the best local delicacies
- Bikes available
- Gardens & Grounds
- Hot Tub
- Spa & Treatments
- TVs with Satellite
- Wood-burning stove
- Sensational Views
Twenty eight miles from the Cornish coast. Fifteen minutes by air from Land's End (thirty from Newquay and an hour from Exeter). Two and a half hours by Scillonian ferry from Penzance.