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Located in Newport, within 0.9 mi of Carisbrooke Castle and 4.3 mi of Osborne House, One Holyrood Hotel & Cafe offers accommodations with a garden, free WiFi.
Close to shops, restaurants and public transit. Breakfast was excellent, I was so happy to have a cooked English breakfast!
Located in Newport and with Osborne House reachable within 4.7 miles, Charter House provides express check-in and check-out, non-smoking rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi throughout the property and a...
Lovely quirky room decor, nice central location, good brekkie.
Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, Waverley Inn is a Victorian era pub build around 1886 which offers pet-friendly accommodations 10-15 minutes' walk from Newport.
This property had lots of character & the food in the pub was delicious! We especially enjoyed the Sunday Roast & the breakfast was an excellent start to our morning. The owners & staff were all so friendly, welcoming, & helpful. Our double room was very spacious and comfortable with an oversized bathroom. Do understand this is a pub with rooms, not a modern hotel. That’s really the charm of it & my husband & I are so glad we chose to stay here! An added benefit of staying here is a really central location on the Isle of Wight so you can get around quite quickly. Carisbrooke Castle and Newport are even within walking distance.
Located in Newport in the Isle of Wight region, with Carisbrooke Castle nearby, Old Church House provides accommodations with free Wifi and free private parking.
This place was awesome! Julie, the host, was amazing - so friendly and accommodating. Breakfast was off the hook, especially the French toast she made for my son upon request. And we were also offered to checkout late due to bad weather. Highly recommend this spot!
Barbecue facilities and a terrace are featured at 67c The Mews, which is set in Newport, 1.5 mi away from Carisbrooke Castle and 3.1 mi away from Robin Hill.
Location is perfect, only 2 minutes to the heart of the town. And still for being this close to town its lovely and quiet. Also the whole house is very disabled friendly, from the toilets to the light switches, even the toilet. It was great for my mum, who has mobility issues. No stairs to climb, and the whole house flows nicely. There is a dishwasher, toaster and an electric kettle. It was a lovely stay, and the closed garden was very nice for breakfasts and dinners. There is also a bbq if you fancy some grilled food.
Located in Newport in the Isle of Wight region, Ralph's Barn has a balcony and garden views. This property has a terrace, free private parking and free Wifi.
The garden, the hot tub and the convenient location for our family break on the Isle of Wight
Very poor looking empty stores litter all over the town.use the buses if you can as taxis very expensive the Bargemans Rest is very expensive place for pub food,a really great place to eat is Gods Providence House Sunday roast large or small portions and a friendly owner.Another nice place to eat is the Da Vinci down Holyrood rd
Newport was not dominated by a shopping mall, and there was a good variety of shops. There were some pleasant open spaces. The bus service to other towns on the Isle of Wight were good. However, the public toilets had not been cleaned for quite a long time.
There is plenty to see around Newport Isle of Wight. There is the Owl and Monkey Haven with a good cafe and play area. Butterfly World is fun for all ages a cafe there as well. Busy Bee garden centre has lots to see over several floors and an excellent cafe with very friendly helpful staff. Chris rook Castle has plenty of history but best to go on a dry day. Newport itself has plenty of shops but if you want something a little different then Cowes is the place to go. If you are self catering then there are all the usual supermarkets. Quarr Abbey is a lovely place and the history behind it is well worth finding out. Again a fantastic cafe.
This is the county town of the Isle of Wight and, as such, has all the facilities you need. We based ourselves in Newport because we toured the island by bus and IoW has one of the best bus services in the UK. Most buses are double-deckers (go upstairs and see everything as you travel) and all routes round the island start from Newport. Newport remains vibrant despite troubled times for the retail and hospitality industry. Plenty of pubs, cafes (for afternoon tea), restaurants and shops. Not the prettiest of places, but you have the rest of the island to explore if you want "pretty".
Lovely little town, many really old buildings, well worth looking up as many town centre shops have fascinating and old upper floors. Beautiful little harbour with an Arts Centre by the river. Pleasant park (Litton) with clean toilets but unfortunately non working hand washing facilities in both male and female toilets. Attractive Sixth Form College formally the Technical Institute and an old Board School next door. St. James Church, immediately pe-Victoria, well worth a visit as are the old Guildhall and Museum. Interesting Roman Villa
Almost situated in the centre of the Isle of Wight, making access to all parts easier by car or bus. We ate locally at the Chinese Cafe Bar on the High Street, and (twice) at an Italian restaurant on Holyrood Street. Being a natural hub does mean that the traffic can be quite difficult during rush hours.
Property has been renovated to a high standard but still retains lots of charm. Lots of parking nearby. Beautiful setting at the end overlooking the harbour, but also only a few minutes walk into the centre of Newport. Apartment very comfortable with lovely bedrooms and a fabulous communal kitchen / living room. Very nice. Jonathon, the owner was a great host. Would highly recommend.
Convenient location within 10min walk of Newport Bus Station. The road is in the town but feels like a rural village, and is really peaceful. Absolutely lovely house, well equipped with things to use. Nice back yard with seating areas. Lounge is nicely split so you have a choice of sitting spaces. The house has a sizeable library upstairs too.
Location was central overlooking the quay (nice to watch swans from upstairs bedroom) and on doorstep to all restaurants and shops and provided easy entry to and from Newport to other parts of the island. The owner has gone to a lot of trouble to make the place comfy and welcoming with an added playful artistic flair.
Exceptional little place with a really wonderful team. Brilliant night’s sleep in a quiet room, and dinner & breakfast were to a high standard. The location is idyllic, you can walk to a pebble beach through public footpaths in around 29 mins or so, and the scenery is breathtaking.
Nice hotel with fresh stylish decor. Location is quiet but central to Newport. I only stayed one night and had to skip breakfast because I wasn’t feeling great, but the dining area and gardens looked lovely and they had a very impressive barista setup!
Really pretty room, it is like staying in a boutique hotel. Freshly prepared breakfast was included. Very friendly staff too. good location in Newport and free parking. we had the family room which was pretty big in size.
Comfortable room, excellent dinner menu - extensive but not too expensive or overly fancy. The hotel had plenty of parking space and was well-situated in terms of access to other parts of the island.
My employer usually books Premier Inn for my occasional work trips to Newport. I ended booking this one and will ensure I return to Old Church House for its welcome, location, comfort and value.
A central location although not a great part of Newport. In a mews and quiet. Private yard out the back useful on sunny evenings. Good wifi and plenty of channels on TV.
Very comfy mattress. Location was in the very center of town. It was clean and tidy enough. Hotel itself was very quiet.