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Island Hotel

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The most luxurious place to stay in the Scillies, The colonial-style Island Hotel stands in a low-slung waterside setting on delightful Tresco, privately owned by Robert Dorrien-Smith. Run like clockwork and in harmony with its seaside setting (all the rooms have sea views) the hotel has the discreet, nostalgic feel of a bygone, more elegant age. In the dining room: wonderful fresh fish and local Tresco beef.

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