Racket Town is all at once at the centre of everything and in a location completely of its own. It benefits from a prime position close to island amenities in a peaceful, secluded spot.
On entering the cottage, you’re immediately embraced by its homely feel. Cosy furnishings, whitewashed walls and a Fisher stove add to its traditional appearance. The lounge is spacious, and three large bedrooms are clustered together at the south-side of the property. The cottage itself is easily missed from the road that passes by, so enveloped as it is in garden space and lush green plant-life.
Those in need of a tranquil, restorative break will love Racket Town due to its unique location. It’s the perfect starting point for leisurely meanders through Tresco’s winding woodland paths. Although set apart from other cottages and buildings, it’s still under five minutes from Tresco Stores, the Island Office and the Flying Boat Bistro.
Follow Racket Town Road to the top of the hill and you’ll come across a magnificent outdoor art installation, echoing the breath-taking view out towards St. Helen’s and Round Island lighthouse.
Approximately 20 steps down through garden to front door Ground floor: Porch; lounge/diner with good rural views; kitchen with door to back garden; twin bedroom; bathroom WC; twin bedroom with views over Great Pool and en suite bathroom; double bedroom with en suite bathroom; door to back garden.
It’s somewhere else altogether – a completely independent entity with its own unique and precious culture.The Independent
The perfect spot for a relaxing drink, delicious lunch or special evening meal with a real emphasis on local produce including Bryher shellfish and Tresco beefRead More
Sneak in a few lengths before a leisurely breakfast or relax on the sunloungers as the children play
Enjoy the freedom of two wheels and a whole island to explore, with bicycle hire from Graham and the bike shedRead More
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