St Mary's

Aft Cabin

Aft Cabin is located just 25 yards from Town Beach and benefits from a south-facing balcony which attracts sunshine throughout the day. The accommodation is well-maintained and contains one twin-bedroom and a well-equipped kitchen/lounge/diner. The local shops and the quay are just a few minutes' walk away.

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Mar-Oct, Sleeps 2, £365 - £510 per week, Mon-Mon
Altamira, Ground Floor

Altamira enjoys the best of all worlds – sea views, a rural setting and close proximity to all the amenities of town, which can be reached in less than twenty minutes via the coastal path. For a night out of town, Juliet’s Garden Restaurant and the Golf Club are a short walk away or you can relax indoors and enjoy a glorious evening sunset from the comfort of your living room.

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Mar-Oct, Sleeps 6, £590 - £1,085 per week, Fri-Fri
Altamira, Top Floor

If you are looking for a room with a view then look no further than Altamira, which in Spanish means ‘High Views’. This elegant, detached Victorian building is set in an elevated position in a quiet location just under a mile from Hugh Town and boasts spacious rooms to complement the stunning view of the town and harbour.

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Mar-Oct, Sleeps 4, £505 - £900 per week, Thu-Thu
An Treath

A stone’s throw from the beach and just a short level walk from the centre of Hugh Town, An Treath sleeps up to six guests in one twin and two double bedrooms, all of which have en suite facilities. The accommodation is spacious and well-appointed throughout; most rooms have stunning sea views and the south-facing lounge benefits from an abundance of natural light. 

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Mar-Oct, Sleeps 6, £540 - £1,670 per week, Sat-Sat
Anchor Cottage

This traditional double-fronted granite cottage possesses a wealth of character and is ideally situated on a quiet pedestrian footpath just off the main street in Hugh Town. Being part of the oldest group of cottages on St Mary’s makes Anchor Cottage a perennial favourite with return visitors.

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Mar-Oct, Sleeps 4, £455 - £895 per week, Mon-Mon
Ardwyn

Ardwyn is a well-appointed ground floor apartment situated in Hugh Town and within easy walking distance of the shops and quay. The accommodation comprises a double bedroom, lounge/dinning room, a well-equipped kitchen and a newly fitted bathroom. All linen and towels are included, but bring your own beach towels.

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Mar-Dec, Sleeps 2, £400 - £550 per week, Sat-Sat
Armorel Cottage

This attractive double-fronted cottage epitomises the picture postcard idyll of a traditional summer holiday in a seaside village. The interior has been modernised yet maintains many original features.and benefits from a rear courtyard with garden furniture for outdoor dining on warm days and balmy nights. Its position on level ground makes it an ideal base for visitors of all ages.

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Apr-Dec, Sleeps 6, £670 - £1,385 per week, Fri-Fri
The Annexe, Pier House

An attractive apartment set in the hub of island activities with stunning sea views across to Samson, Bryher and Tresco. The accommodation sleeps two in a snug ground floor double bedroom while the living space offers the option of a sofa bed, making The Annexe equally suitable to twin occupancy.

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Mar-Oct, Sleeps 2, £440 - £735 per week, Mon-Mon
Auriga Apartment

Auriga is just a stone’s throw from Porthcressa beach and contains three bedrooms, two of which are double with ensuite shower rooms. The third is a family room with a double and single bed with a pull out trundle bed, so can comfortable accommodate four people. The lounge, dining room and kitchen enjoy breathtaking views across Porthcressa towards Peninnis.

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Mar-Dec, Sleeps 8, £825 - £1,675 per week, Sat-Sat

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This popular apartment sits in the heart of Hugh Town and accommodates four guests in one twin bedroom and one double bedroom. The remaining internal layout comprises a lounge/dining room, a kitchen looking out towards Porthcressa and a bathroom - all fitted to a high standard.

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Mar-Dec, Sleeps 4, £545 - £870 per week, Fri-Fri

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