A family run hotel located on the Garrison a short walk from the centre of St Mary’s and the harbour, commanding breathtaking views of the stunning Archipelago. Our focus is to provide exceptional customer service to all our guests, award winning gourmet food with a choice of two award winning restaurants featuring the world’s best fresh lobster and crab caught by the proprietor Mr Robert Francis aboard ‘Gallos’ the hotel’s own fishing boat.
A 38 bedroom hotel boasting traditional sixteenth century castle accommodation and spacious contemporary suites within 4 acres of secluded gardens. Facilities include an indoor heated swimming pool, tennis court, complementary golf and courtesy transport. Our own boatman Tim will visit you during breakfast to help you plan your day Island hopping. A team of dedicated and long serving staff are all committed to ensuring your stay is as relaxing and enjoyable as possible
Dining at the Castle is a delight. Guests have the choice of two award-winning restaurants featuring fresh locally caught sea food, local produce and vegetables from our own kitchen garden.
The wines to complement your meal are chosen from some of the finest vineyards from around the world.
Open during the summer months and adorned by a magnificent vine, the Conservatory restaurant is light and airy.
It has the same convivial atmosphere as the Castle restaurant, but specialises in seafood and offers a delightfully alternative dining experience
400 years ago some of the most notorious prisoners in the country were incarcerated within the castle dungeon and its impregnable walls. Those inmates would have difficulty in believing that the uncompromising hardship of their quarters would become an intriguing hostelry serving Scillonian real ale!
The rooms within the castle have been elegantly refurbished whilst retaining the character of the original rooms
There is a choice of accommodation at the hotel. The garden rooms and suites are adjacent to the castle in the grounds. Some guest rooms and suites have sea or harbour views