Tresco Abbey Gardens (Scilly) Reviews
Description:Tresco Estate / Isles of Scilly / Cornwall / Tel: 01720-424108 / The tropical Abbey Garden is a glorious exception – a ... more
Newest Review: ... and chilling out, so why rush around! Despite the boat carrying over almost 100 passengers, we soon found that we were meandering around the coastal path somewhat alone, as people scatter among the pathways on this small island. Entrance to the Abbey Gardens themselves costs £9 for adults, and there are discount tickets available if you are making the islands your home for a week. It is ... more
Customer Tresco Abbey Gardens (Scilly) Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/07/08 (Very useful, 568 readings)
A trip to the Isles of Scilly would not be complete unless you have visited the island of Tresco and its fantastic Abbey Garden. Tresco itself is one of the larger of the Islands that make up this wonderful archipelago, and can be reached from the island of St Mary's via boat crossing several times a day. We opted for the 1015am sailing, and this simple boat carries about 85 people on bench like seating. The crossing takes about 30 minutes, and could be a little choppy in parts, although no one seemed to have any noticeable effects of sea sickness so please do not let the length of the crossing put you off! In any event you are open to the elements and the ... Read the complete review
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