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Set in Cowes, Isle of Wight region, BEST WESTERN New Holmwood Hotel is located 2.2 mi from Osborne House.
Outside seating area allowed us to enjoy sea views. Excellent wait staff and meal service. Staff recognised birthday with card.
The Union Inn is the oldest pub in Cowes, offering individually styled boutique rooms just a 5-minute walk from the bustling marina. It has a bar and a restaurant serving traditional home-cooked food....
It was close to town and the seafront. It felt like a ‘safe place’ as I was familiar with The Union. I have eaten and drank many many times as I live in Cowes.
The Fountain Inn overlooks the River Medina and has harbor views from its al fresco dining area. It offers free Wi-Fi, a good breakfast and live music on most Friday and Saturday nights.
Staff very friendly and incredibly helpful. Excellent breakfast and plenty of choice. Always served quickly. Ideal location by the Redjet and in centre of Cowes.
Ward Avenue B&B is just 5 minutes’ walk from Cowes High Street and its port, where ferries leave for Southampton. This charming guest house offers attractive rooms and a full English breakfast.
Hosts are so nice! They served very good English breakfast and room is clean and cozy! everything is perfect🥰
Featuring a garden, restaurant, bar and free WiFi, The Anchor Inn is located in Cowes, 15 miles from Blackgang Chine and 4.5 miles from Carisbrooke Castle.
I loved this place. It has character. The staff are fantastic. Everyone was so helpful. I adored this place and would love to stay again. it is really a wonderful pub as well as great accommodation. I really enjoyed my stay here
Located in Cowes on the Isle of Wight, The Caledon Guest House features free Wi-Fi and free private parking. This family-run Victorian house is just 5 minutes’ walk from the bustling town center.
Seaview and breeze; delicious breakfast!
In the seaside town of Cowes, on the Isle of Wight, this B&B offers free Wi-Fi and free parking on site. With a conservatory breakfast room and a terraced garden, it is a 10-minute drive from Newport....
Paula the owner was gracious with her time answering all questions and making a traveller feel very comfortable. The room was incredible with tea upon arrival, fresh fruit and the most beautiful walk-in bath shower with skylight. Visit and you will love it.
Located in Cowes in the Isle of Wight region and Blackgang Chine reachable within 14 miles, 33 Solent Village has accommodations with free Wifi, a children's playground, a private beach area and free...
1. Fully Equipped with all the amenities. 2. Very very clean and comfortable beddings. 3. Fully functional Kitchen. 4. Car parking space. 5. Tranquil surrounding. So no hush hush of market place. 6. Indoors games were cherry on the top. 7. Prompt response from Jenny for all the queries. 8. Easy check-in and check out
We love the Isle of Wight. Beautiful island and I feel so safe there. We ate at The Coast which we thoroughly recommend. Tremendous atmosphere. When we didn't use our car we used a local taxi who were brilliant and never let us down.
We enjoyed our visit although as it was the Isle of Wight Festival during our visit traffic queues and road closures were in abundance. We spent a lovely day at the Big Cat sanctuary which was fairly empty making it a good opportunity to see the cats and talk to the keepers who are all so knowledgeable and enthusiastic. Great visit. There are lots of shopping facilities, great views and lovely little hamlets and places to visit around the island. The park we stayed in was peaceful but had easy access to Cowes and to the ferry port. Friendly people and we enjoyed great weather.
We were visiting family and attending a wedding, the resort is very busy and cheerful with lovely bats, restaurants and shops and boutiques. The waterfront is very picturesque and attracts visitors of all ages. There isnt to much to do for children that i saw, but maybe thats something to look into.
We arrived on the RedJet ferry. Friends gave us a lift to the B & B, but we could have walked there. Lots of nice independent shops, friendly shopkeepers. There is an ice cream hut at the beach, Cabin on the Green. We mostly walked along the esplanade to the High Street, although we also went in the opposite direction to Gurnard. The Westvale gets the sun on its patio most of the day and great for watching the sunset. We ate in The Globe, The Pier View, and The Gardens. There is a maritime museum in the library and one of the bookshops has lots of maps for walking trails. There is a floating Bridge that takes you to East Cowes. There is a bus stop at M & S food hall, but we didn't use it. Friends took us about in their car to go further afield.
Cowes is the UK epicentre for all things boating, great for taking part or watching, with fantastic view points from the town centre and all along the esplanade to Gurnard, would reccomend a visit at any time during the year.
Cowes is a pretty coastal town with a fairly good array of shops, bars and restaurants. But it’s really the yachties that make this place come alive. Sailing is the main reason people come here and it buzzes in the Summer months with yachts of all shapes and sizes coming and going from the various marinas and moorings.