The Isles of Scilly are a magical destination with a stunning back drop of white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Just 28 miles from the Cornish coast are 5 inhabited and numerous uninhabited islands waiting to be explored.

As well as being picture perfect, the islands are known for the emerging food and drink scene. There are a whole host of eateries and establishments across the islands, with a real focus on locally produced cuisine. We recently asked  you to tell us your favourite places to stop and have a drink or bite to eat and here’s the response…

Rose Glen: “Juliet’s Garden on St. Mary’s, what a view!”13418972_10157046540965525_5330530659954902914_n

Sarah Tonks: “Last year’s annual pint at the Turk’s Head, counting down to this years!”


Jenny Jacobs: “Got to be the Turks Head”- St. Agnes


Ann Wellington: “Hell Bay Hotel”


Sharon Grinter: “Sevenstones Inn on St. Martin’s, we discovered this little gem a couple of weeks ago.”


Jane Kent: “Coastguard’s Cafe on St. Agnes was the perfect stop for a cream tea!”


Lisa Holloway: “Another vote for Coastguard’s Cafe”


Penny Bushell: “Town beach, St. Mary’s with ice cream from the dairy!”13442135_10208090123464335_1751843378989134984_n

Kathryn Gibson: “Spero’s  on St. Mary’s watching a wonderful sunset”


For a comprehensive guide to all the food and drink places on Scilly, download the Visit Isles of Scilly Little Food Guide:

Reaching the Isles of Scilly couldn’t be easier, the islands are a mere 15 minutes from Land’s End, 30 minutes from Newquay and 60 minutes’ flight from Exeter Airport. You can also sail from Penzance in less than three hours on the Scillonian III passenger ferry.