WELCOME TO PELISTRY B&B
Anne and Bryony Hall welcome you to Pelistry Cottage. We are situated in the perfect location for exploring Scilly. We are in the heart of the small settlement of Hughtown, St. Mary's just a few minutes from its beautiful beaches, restaurants, shops, amenities and the quay where boats depart for the other Islands.
We offer well-appointed, double and twin accommodation, all with en-suites or private bathrooms. Each room has its own TV, coffee & tea making facilities, hairdryer and beach towels. We serve a Full English Breakfast or lighter options - cereals, fresh fruit juices, yoghurts and fruit - using local produce wherever possible.
Please note that our dining room has 2 individual tables seating 2 and a larger table seating 4, you may have to share a table at some point during your stay.
Breakfast is served at approximately 8.30am on Mondays to Fridays and at approximately 9am on Saturdays and Sundays (We are unable to have a 2 hour breakfast window – sorry – but we are not a hotel we are a B&B!) – the breakfast times give you plenty of time to catch the tripper boats!
Your bedroom, the dining room and our guest lounge are available for you to use throughout the day.
You can relax and enjoy a selection of teas, or fresh coffee, while you watch the world go by from our sunny garden terrace right opposite the park.
Enjoy the peace and the tranquillity of one of the world's most beautiful archipelagos. Set in a beautiful marine landscape, the Isles of Scilly enjoy a year-round temperate climate. The Islands are easily reached by aeroplane, helicopter and ferry services with regular launches running between all the islands every day. (weather dependent)
Glorious beaches, wonderful views, magnificent seascape and abundant wildlife make these islands a popular holiday destination, offering an escape from the demands of modern life. There is a wide selection of quality restaurants and pubs as well as many sporting and leisure facilities. In particular, the Islands are renowned for bird-watching and scuba-diving. The Isles of Scilly are virtually crime-free, making them not only one of the most beautiful and special places in the world but also one of the safest.