Contemporary comfort in traditional surroundings
St Mary’s Hall Hotel where service and attention to detail are key.
Based around an elegant town house, originally built by Count Leon de Ferrari and surrounded by beautiful Mediterranean gardens, St Mary’s Hall Hotel offers contemporary style and comfort blended into a traditional setting.
Situated just 2 minutes from Porthcressa beach and only 5 minutes level walking from the quay, St Mary’s Hall Hotel reflects the relaxed and timeless lifestyle of the Isles of Scilly, with our friendly staff on hand to help you get the most from Scilly’s amazing and unique environment.
Real People, Real Food, Real Scilly
A passion for seasonal and local produce lies at the heart of our menus
Quality ingredients with a dash of inspiration from our team of chefs.
All the ingredients for a good nights sleep
Crisp white linen, fluffy white towels, flat screen TV, well stocked complimentary room tray, natural formula shampoo, shower gel, soap and hairdryer.
Our bar is spacious, comfortable, relaxed and well stocked
Seating extends to a decked area in the garden. Specialist and local beers feature, along with a comprehensive stock of wines and spirits. Lunch/bar food menu is fresh and tasty.
We recognise the fragility and beauty of our islands and believe it is our responsibility to deliver a model of business that both protects our environment and offers a visit to remember.
Get the most out of a visit to Scilly, with one of our special offer or seasonal breaks. We often offer special packages timed for events such as Walk Scilly. We can also arrange travel, by sea or air, to Scilly.
Book a table at The Hall or Beach Restaurants
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The Beach Bar and BBQ
Our relaxed and informal bar on Porthmellon Beach. With a choice of drinks, as wide as the view.
Set in a converted boat shed overlooking St Mary’s harbour, from the decked area outside, you can see amazing summer sunsets or watch sail boats cross the glorious seascape to Samson, Bryher and Tresco.