St. Agnes

England’s final frontier: totally untamed and thoroughly unspoilt

On the most south-westerly edge of the Isles of Scilly, St. Agnes is totally unspoilt and astonishingly peaceful. It measures just a mile or so across, and its closest neighbour is Gugh, to which it is joined by a sand bar at low tide.

This is an island of wonderful contrasts, from rocky outcrops on its exposed west side to paradise beaches in its more sheltered coves; the tranquillity of the sandbar between St. Agnes and Gugh is particularly magical. Inland are quaint cottages and a patchwork of flower fields, while a lighthouse stands at the island’s highest point. St. Agnes is also a thriving community of working farms and creative, light industrial flair. 

St. Agnes urges your senses to seek adventure. Head off in search of the circular maze of rounded beach stones; marvel at the stone stacks and cairns that dot Wingletang Down, or comb the beaches for shipwrecked treasures at Beady Pool. Periglis Beach is a fine spot for a picnic as well as a shell collectors’ paradise. It also offers stunning views across to the bird sanctuary that is Annet, the Western Rocks and out to Bishop Rock. And then there’s the Old Man of Gugh, who stands 3 metres tall and is believed to be associated with Bronze Age rituals. 

Of course, there is always the option to simply go for a dip, or sit and watch the world go by whilst sampling the local produce at the restaurants and cafés, or supping a beer at the Turk’s Head pub.

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Spirit of St Agnes

St Agnes Boating

St. Agnes All year

St Agnes Boating is a small family owned business that has over twenty years experience boating within the islands using Scilly's only purpose built catamaran the Spirit of St Agnes. For a more intimate bespoke service the Enterprise is available for special hire, fishing and sightseeing trips. Call us or go online to discuss your requirements.Read more »

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Twisted Bobbins

Twisted Bobbins

St. Agnes All year

Handweaving on St. Agnes. A love affair with fibre.

I specialise in hand woven scarves in luxury, breed specific or small farm woolRead more »

St. Agnes

Spiced Foraging Walk, St. Agnes

St. Agnes

Saturday 14th October

Head for St. Agnes with celebrated forager and award-winning wild food author, Rachel Lambert for a fantastic Spiced Foraging Walk.Read more »

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St Agnes Boating Wildlife Safaris

St. Agnes Apr-Sep

St Agnes Boating is working with the Seabird Recovery Project and the Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust to promote the island’s wildlife. Every Wednesday we have a Wildlife Trust Ranger onboard who is our guide. The Spirit travels to Annet, the protected island where the seabirds nest and then onto the Western Rocks towards the Bishop Rock Lighthouse every Wednesday afternoon. Puffins, Manx Shearwaters and other nesting seabirds should be seen from April to July.  Come along to find out why our customers say this trip is exciting, educational, informative and fun! Read more »

Troytown Farm cows

St Agnes – Troytown Farm Walk, Talk & Tour

St. Agnes

Sunday 15th October

Take a stroll through the fields of England’s most south-westerly farm on St. Agnes with owner, Tim Hicks and his son, Sam.Read more »

St. Agnes Post Office

St. Agnes Stores

St. Agnes All year

England's most South Westerly Post Office! Our friendly little shop sells a great range of good food, wines, freshly baked bread, pastries and pasties. We stock lots of delicious St. Agnes produe including local island beef and chocolate, and Troytown Farm ice cream. We also have a lovely selection of greetings cards, toys and local gifts.Read more »

Spirit of St Agnes

St Agnes Boating Wildlife Safaris

St. Agnes Apr-Sep

St Agnes Boating is working with the Seabird Recovery Project and the Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust to promote the island’s wildlife. Every Wednesday we have a Wildlife Trust Ranger onboard who is our guide. The Spirit travels to Annet, the protected island where the seabirds nest and then onto the Western Rocks towards the Bishop Rock Lighthouse every Wednesday afternoon. Puffins, Manx Shearwaters and other nesting seabirds should be seen from April to July.  Come along to find out why our customers say this trip is exciting, educational, informative and fun!

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Walking on St. Agnes

St. Agnes Top to Toe

St. Agnes

Friday 13th October

A wonderful day’s walk with Chas Wood around St. Agnes’ coastline.Read more »

Paddleboarding

St. Agnes Water Sports

St. Agnes Apr-Oct

We hire sit on top kayaks, stand up paddle boards and mask, snorkel and fins from a beautiful St Agnes beach.

We are located next to Troytown Farm campsite on St Agnes, only a 15 minute walk from the quay. This is the perfect place to do activities for those visiting for the day as well as those staying on the island.Read more »

Spirit of St Agnes

St Agnes Boating Wildlife Safaris

St. Agnes Apr-Sep

St Agnes Boating is working with the Seabird Recovery Project and the Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust to promote the island’s wildlife. Every Wednesday we have a Wildlife Trust Ranger onboard who is our guide. The Spirit travels to Annet, the protected island where the seabirds nest and then onto the Western Rocks towards the Bishop Rock Lighthouse. Puffins, Manx Shearwaters and other nesting seabirds should be seen from April to July.  Come along to find out why our customers say this trip is exciting, educational, informative and fun!

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St Agnes Arts and Craft Studios

St Agnes Art & Craft Studios

St. Agnes All year

The inspirational studios of St Agnes' newly built Island Hall are home to three artists working on a range of unique, handmade  products. The influence for their work is the beautiful, wild island of St Agnes. An ever changing palette of colours that reflects the constant  changes of the sea and sky  and gives these creative artists their inspiration. Whatever the season their stunning surroundings influence their exclusive products.Read more »

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Troytown Bell Tents

Bell Tents at Troytown Farm

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Camping
St. Agnes Sleeps 4 | Mar-Oct | £340 - £510 per week

A rented bell tent is the perfect choice for a totally carefree camping holiday, where you can travel light and be in your tent with the kettle boiling within minutes of arriving on the farm. These traditional, sturdy tents are provided pre-erected and fully equipped with all the gear you need for up to 4 people, allowing you to enjoy every last minute of your holiday. Read more »

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Troytown Campsite

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Camping
Dog friendly
St. Agnes Mar-Oct | £8.75 - £8.75 pppn

In a stunning location, on the water’s edge of the island of St Agnes, Troytown Farm Campsite has breath taking panoramic views from every pitch.

Wake up to the sound of the sea, sample an ice cream made on the farm, relax on the campsites own beach, dine alfresco by the campfire then watch the sunset from your tent.Read more »

Outside The Flat

The Flat at Troytown Farm

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Self Catering
St. Agnes Sleeps 2 | All year | £385 - £650 per week

The Flat sleeps 2 in one double room, with lovely views across the ocean.Read more »

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Covean Cottage exterior

Covean Cottage B&B & Tea Garden

Bed & Breakfast
Dog friendly
St. Agnes 3 Rooms | Apr-Oct | £44 - £52 pppn

A traditional Cornish cottage guesthouse on the peaceful island of St. Agnes, within a short walk of the beach, Turk’s Head Inn and the quay.  Enjoy a delicious cream tea in the garden with freshly baked scones and locally made clotted cream, straight from the island’s dairy farm.  All of our 3 guestrooms have sea and garden views.Read more »

The Cottage - Living / Dining Room

The Cottage at Troytown Farm

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Self Catering
Dog friendly
St. Agnes Sleeps 4 | All year | £490 - £1,015 per week

Troytown Cottage was recently extended and renovated and now combines Scillonian character with modern comforts such as underfloor heating throughout and plenty of headroom! It is a spacious, comfortable and luxurious let set in a peaceful location, in the heart of our dairy farm, close to the islands beautiful beaches and breathtaking walks.Read more »

View of Hellweathers

Hellweathers Bed & Breakfast

Bed & Breakfast
St. Agnes 2 Rooms | Mar-Oct | £50 - £50 pppn

Hellweathers B&B on St Agnes has beautifully refurbished, fresh guest rooms and stunning views to Bishop Rock Lighthouse and the rugged Western Rocks. The garden leads straight onto a golden sandy beach and is perfect for swimming, relaxing, paddling or playing. New owners Kate and Rob offer you a very warm welcome.Read more »

Spacious, bright, open plan kitchen dining area

The Croft at Troytown Farm

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Self Catering
Dog friendly
St. Agnes Sleeps 5 | All year | £490 - £1,015 per week

In a stunning location, on the remote island of St Agnes, Troytown Farm offers the most south-westerly holiday cottages in the UK, situated by the Atlantic ocean and the unspoilt, breath-taking Scillonian coastline.Read more »