On Tresco's west coast, our traditional island inn offers award-winning accommodation and food just a stone’s skim from the harbour.
Offering an authentic island pub experience, The New Inn is the perfect base for an island-hopping exploration of Scilly.
Our 16 ensuite rooms provide homely accommodation, many with beautiful sea or countryside views and all including little treats like fresh coffee, homemade biscuits and REN toiletries.
Downstairs, the Residents Lounge fuses contemporary furnishings with traditional features, complemented by island-inspired art and the warmth of the cosy log burner in the colder months.
Next door, the Driftwood Bar is the heart of the island community, adorned with wreckwood and marine relics and filled with visitors and locals throughout the year. Our menu focuses on traditional pub fare with a delicious Tresco twist - find out more on our New Inn Dining page.
When the weather is warmer, enjoy a dip in the seasonal heated outdoor pool or enjoy the sheltered beer garden and terrace.
The New Inn has been awarded a Four Star Silver Award rating by Visit England.
To check availability, please use our search bar at the top of this page, or alternatively to chat through your options, please call our friendly Island Office team on +44 (0)1720 422849 or email us.
Prices below are a guide per room per night on a bed and breakfast basis.
Tresco’s local, offering award-winning food and drink in our traditional island inn and beer garden just a stone's skim from the harbourRead More
Sneak in a few lengths before a leisurely breakfast or relax on the sunloungers as the children play
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
Nestling on the harbour shoreline, this converted gig shed hosts art by some of Cornwall's most established artists, as well as a selection of unique giftwareRead More
Enjoy the freedom of two wheels and a whole island to explore, with bicycle hire from Graham and the bike shedRead More
Supported by The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in Rural Areas
Designed and Developed by nixon