Coming to St Agnes this season?

As you would expect, there are some changes to how things on the island will operate this season due to COVID19. The islanders are doing their best to provide a good service, while keeping the community and visitors safe:

St Agnes Boating are running trips between the islands. Timetables can be picked up onboard and are also displayed in our notice board. Face coverings must be worn on board. Boating info can be found on

St Agnes PO Stores are open Mon – Sat 9am – 5:30pm & 10am - 1pm on Sundays. Face coverings must be worn. Please shop alone.

Coastguards Café will be open for eating/ drinking. Monday to Saturday 10.30am to 4pm.

Turks Head Pub will be open for food and drink and are offering takeaway food. They have an app for ordering drinks from your table.

St Agnes Watersports will be open for activities. Please see their website for details:

Covean Tea Gardens will be offering takeaway pizza nights twice-weekly (pre-order) but the tea garden will be closed.

Island producers are still making lovely food and drink on the island, available from St Agnes PO stores, including Little Island Chocolate Co, Westward Farm Gin, L’eggs eggs & Tamarisk Farm veg. Troytown Farm produce is available from our shop.

The Island Hall is currently closed to visitors.

Pot Buoys Gallery will be open from 10:30am daily. Face coverings will be required.

Tennis court – This is open and free to use, although a donation for upkeep is appreciated. Please take care of the equipment and maintain distancing rules.

The public toilets on the quay are open to visitors. Enhanced cleaning routines are in place.

High Tide Restaurant has ceased trading.

Extra Safety Measures For Your Stay during the COVID19 Pandemic

We have completed risk assessments and contingency plans for all areas of our business. Information about the key changes we have implemented will be displayed in your accommodation. There will be a reduced number of campers on the campsite, changes to how the facilities are used & enhanced cleaning processes according to industry guidelines for COVID-secure accommodation. Troytown Farm Shop will be open for ice creams and farm produce, with safety measures for protection of staff and customers. We are accepting contactless payments.

The islands have several elderly or vulnerable residents, and so far there have been very few known cases of COVID19 in Scilly. Visitors travelling to the islands have the potential to introduce infection to Scilly, so please ensure you respect and protect the local community by strictly adhering to COVID rules, going above and beyond where you can, and continue to hand-wash, social-distance and wear masks where asked to do so.

  • Please ensure you have read the advice from IOS council and from your transport providers before you travel.
  • If you have been asked to isolate or if you have symptoms of COVID19, please stay at home and contact us to rearrange your trip.
  • Please use twice weekly home testing kits in the week(s) before your visit.

Information for visitors to Scilly has been released by IOS Council.


What to do if you have symptoms of COVID19 while you are here

- Stay in your accommodation (self-isolate) – do not go out or have visitors. Anyone sharing your accommodation must also self-isolate.

- Get a test – request a test to check if you have coronavirus as soon as possible. Anyone you live with, and anyone in your support bubble, should also get a test if they have symptoms. Call NHS 111 or

- Call Laura & Sam and let them know – 01720 422360. We will be able to explain what happens next.


Need more information?

More detailed information about your stay and COVID will be given to you on arrival.

Information for campers

Information for self-catering accommodation