Welcoming North End sits sandwiched between the rolling hills of Tresco's north coast and the epic views of New Grimsby sound.
At A Glance
LocationWest Coast (New Grimsby)
ViewNew Grimsby harbour from above, out towards Samson.
North End's stands in a whitewashed line amongst its two sister cottages, nestled on the hillside at New Grimsby and gazing out towards Samson.
Downstairs, sprawling living space encapsulates a family kitchen-diner, cluster of comfy sofas encircling the logburner, and a separate TV room.
In the upstairs bedrooms, the exposed beams and sloping ceilings evoke fisherman's tales, and outside the sun terrace beckons you to savour the late afternoon light.
Our Favourite Thing
Catching sunset moments on New Grimsby sea wall, just down the hill from the cottage gate.
1 x double
2 x twin (zip linked beds can be made up as doubles by prior arrangement)
2 bathrooms (1 en suite)
Log burning stove in lounge, Electric wall heaters in all rooms.
Entry to Tresco Abbey Garden, Sea Garden & Tresco Island Spa facilities, Tresco tennis courts and Golf on St Mary's throughout your stay
Occupation / Vacation
4.30pm / 12.30pm
On the Doorstep
The New Inn pub, Gallery Tresco, and New Grimsby quay are all within immediate proximity of the property.
Our cottages are well-equipped with a comprehensive inventory, which includes kitchen appliances and equipment, bathrobes, hair dryers, and an outdoor BBQ with tools. Bathrooms come complete with a trio of Ren miniatures.
This property comes equipped with a dishwasher. There is no washing machine at the property, however laundry facilities are available centrally with a small cost payable per load.
Lovely comfortable cottage. Beautiful views. Cottage left immaculate for us when we arrived.
Freeth & Howards party
26 Dec-02 Jan 23£2,130.0002 Jan-09 Jan 23£2,235.0020 Mar-27 Mar 23£2,010.0030 Oct-06 Nov 23£1,565.00
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