Crebinick House

Hugh Town, St Mary's (Guesthouse Rating)
4

Crebinick House

Hugh Town, St Mary's (Guesthouse Rating)
4

Crebinick House was built in 1760 from sturdy local granite and is a Grade II listed building. It exudes a universal welcome with a timeless charm, and is located just two minutes from the centre of Hugh Town.

Features


Crebinick House is perfectly located for the island’s amenities, situated just a two-minute walk from the restaurants and shops of Hugh Town, and just a short distance from the quay. For breakfast, there is a generous continental buffet available, followed by a sumptuous choice of cooked items. There is a separate quiet lounge where guests can sit and relax.

Accommodation


All rooms in Crebinick House are spacious and well appointed, with an en suite shower and WC.

• Tea/coffee making facilities • TV • radio • Wi-fi • hairdryer

Room choices


  • Standard Room – Double or twin bed configuration

Hotel Top Tips


  • This has one of the best locations amongst the guesthouses and is only five minutes walk from the town centre and quay

Pricing


PRICING in Standard Room, Bed & Breakfast

Low season High season
3 Nights
7 Nights
£ 430
£ 657
£ 474
£ 759
2020 Dates
Applicable
1 – 25 Apr
28 Sep – 31 Oct
26 Apr – 27 Sep

Prices above are per person (based on two adults sharing) with flights from Land’s End to St Mary’s. Please call us for prices relating to single supplements, upgrading rooms and travelling from other points on the UK mainland. Please note the above prices should be used as a guide only. This property has a close out period over winter. This guest house has a close-out period over winter.

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Location

How to get there

By Plane – Skybus are the only airline that offer direct flights to the islands from the UK mainland. All flights land into St Mary’s Airport.

  • Exeter (60 minute flight) – up to 4 flights daily (except Sunday) from March to October
  • Newquay (30 minute flight) – up to 6 flights daily (except Sunday) all year round
  • Lands End (20 minute flight) – up to 18 flights daily (except Sunday) all year round

By Ferry – The only direct ferry from the UK mainland to the islands is operated by the Scillonian III and takes 2 hours 45 minutes from Penzance Harbour to St Mary’s Quay. Operates once a day (except Sundays) from March to November.

Regional Departures – There are numerous regional flights that connect with either Exeter, Newquay or Land’s End – please speak to one of our experts who will be happy to help arrange your journey to make it as smooth as possible.

Top tips

  • If you want to see the puffins they return to the islands between April and August.
  • St Mary’s is a truly dog friendly holiday destination. It could not be easier to take your beloved pooch on both the Scillonian III ferry or the Skybus operated flights. Several hotels on the island allow dogs and there is a small company on the island who rent all the items you may need from dog baskets and blankets to food and water bowls.
  • We can highly recommend Juliet’s Garden, a fantastic restaurant with a terrace overlooking Hugh Town and the sea. This is a great place for dinner or finishing the day with a refreshing sundowner.
  • For those with limited mobility or for those simply looking for a fun way to explore the island it is possible to book golf carts for your stay, as there is no car hire here. Pre-booking is essential.
  • Will Wagstaff is the islands resident ornithologist and naturalist and leading authority on all things flora and fauna in the Isles of Scilly. Will’s guided walks are available to pre-book, for just the day or for longer. He also gives a slideshow presentation most Saturday evenings in the Church Hall, St Marys (payable locally, approximately £5 per person.

When To Go


Summer (June-August) – the islands boast some of the UK’s warmest weather and temperatures can reach a comfortable 21 degrees Celsius. This period is peak season and although the weather is favourable, costs and availability can be an issue.

Autumn (September-November) – September to mid-October can still attract some decent weather and it means you can enjoy the islands when the tourists have all gone home. October is peak bird-watching season when the rare migrant species travel through the islands.

Winter (December-February) – Low Season. A season with unpredictable weather and very few tourists. Some properties, attractions and shops close during this period and some of the islanders return to the mainland. That being said winter on the islands can still be enjoyable, with dramatic coastlines and cosy atmospheric pubs whilst taking advantage of the much lower prices at this time of year. However please bear in mind that travel on the Skybus or Scillonian ferry can be frequently disrupted due to weather.

Spring (March-May) – A lovely time to visit the islands with spring flowers in bloom everywhere and puffins returning to the outer islands. Temperatures are starting to get balmy and a great time for walking the miles of nature trails on offer.