Spectacular both inside and out, Nautilus is cocooned amongst a rocky outcrop on Tresco’s northeastern coast. Its luxurious interiors and views out onto the vast swirling Atlantic provide the best of both worlds.
Design and layout combine to make Nautilus a luxurious coastal haven – oak flooring, underfloor heating, original artwork and antique features all add to the immaculate finish of the cottage. The bedrooms are situated downstairs, encircled by outdoor decking which catches all angles of sunshine.
Upstairs boasts a glorious open-plan living space – relax in the enveloping sofas and devour mesmerising sea views through the picture windows.
The surrounding sea views evoke isolation, tranquillity and the impression of having the island all to oneself. However, if you need to rejoin civilisation there’s an indoor pool conveniently close-by.
If you can tear yourself away from lengthy sundown sessions on the balcony, head to the Ruin Beach Café, just a minute away, and enjoy a slightly different terrace view for supper.
A unique and spacious balcony extends from the lounge, shaped around the cliff-face and looking out to the rocky outcrop of Men-A-Vaur and Round Island Lighthouse.
I looked across a neat lawn bordered by pink flowers to a swaying sea. Waves fizzled softly on boulders in the cove.The Times
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