Welcome to Glandore Gallery and Apartments on the glorious Isles of Scilly – known as the Fortunate Isles. We are Stephen and Lois Ann Morris and we’ve been lucky enough to live on Scilly for over thirty years now. Our son, Simon, was born in 1985 and our daughter, Joy, in 1987. Simon has Asperger Syndrome and Joy is autistic with moderate/severe learning disabilities. They both live on the UK mainland now.

Stephen is a talented watercolour and mixed media artist and has spent the last thirteen years capturing the colours and landscapes of Scilly on paper. His work is available to view and purchase at Glandore Gallery.

Prior to that, we ran Glandore Guest House which was very busy and successful. The guest house was started by Stephen’s Uncle Frank in 1966 and we joined him and his artist wife, Nan, in January 1982, taking over the guest house completely by 1985.

After Nan’s untimely death in 1995 and the realisation that our children were approaching sixteen years of age, when they would have to go to the mainland for further education, we made the difficult decision to close the guest house and convert to self catering apartments.

So Glandore Guest House served its last meals in August 2000 and then underwent a hectic winter of conversion to re-open as Glandore Apartments in June 2001. Since then the apartments have been very busy and we have built up a loyal customer base with the vast majority of each year’s visitors being regulars.

We hope you enjoy reading our blog and viewing our photographs. Maybe someday we will have the pleasure of welcoming YOU to Glandore Gallery and Apartments here on the Isles of Scilly!


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