Where we are

Somewhere so uniquely different that you feel you may be many miles from mainland Britain. You sense it immediately, whether you arrive by air or sea. These rocks and small islands, home to seals and sea birds remain largely undiscovered. There are five inhabited islands of St. Agnes, Bryher, Tresco, St Martins and the principal island of St Mary's, just three miles long and adorned by sub-tropical plants.

Photo of Penninis Head, St. Mary's - a short walk from the View.

The View
Harbour Gaze
Buzza Hill Road
St. Mary's
Isles of Scilly
TR21 0NQ

Telephone:
(01720) 423679
or 07901-885878


Ideally situated for that great walk out to Peninnis Head (15 minutes), with it's sculptural granite outcrops and views towards Gugh, St. Agnes and the Bishop Rock, the very last point of the UK.
Less that 10 minutes from Hugh Town shops, restaurants, and pubs and only 15 minutes from the harbour and boats.

Map of St. Mary's, Isles of Scilly.
View over Porthcressa Bay View over Porthcressa Bay  
Seals on the Eastern Isles . Seals on the Eastern Isles
Penninis Head looking towards St. Agnes Penninis Head looking towards St. Agnes