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The Leconfield (Adults Only) 5 stars

Hotel in Ventnor

Situated in Ventnor, 1.8 km from Ventnor, The Leconfield (Adults Only) features accommodation with a garden and free private parking. The hotel was wonderful. Probably one of the best we've ever stayed. Beautiful views from the room, peace and tranquility, Paul made us feel welcome from the outset and was able assist with our needs. The room itself was presented excellently. The dining area likewise. Cannot fault it.

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9.5
Exceptional
251 reviews
Price from
£101.57
per night

North House

Hotel in Cowes

Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, a sun terrace with a swimming pool, bar and garden, North House is situated in Cowes. Could not of wished for a nicer stay. The setting and the manager was the star of the show - Myself and my partner thought the manager was incredible, I didn't manage to grab her name but she was blonde and beyond helpful. From the moment we walked in she looked after us to the second we stepped out. Received so many messages during our stay asking where we was staying and would 100% recommend to all my family & friends.

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9.3
Superb
197 reviews
Price from
£195
per night

shoreside inn 4 stars

Hotel in Shanklin

Situated in Shanklin, 2.7 km from Sandown Beach, shoreside inn features accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. room was very good nice extra touches like fresh milk every day if required. Comfortable bed excellent soft towels and the best breakfast we have ever had at a B&B.would certainly stay again. Also given local insight of all the places of interest.

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9.8
Exceptional
124 reviews
Price from
£120
per night

Villa Rothsay Hotel

Hotel in Cowes

Offering views of the nearby sailing boats, Villa Rothsay Hotel is located in Cowes, Isle of Wight. Free WiFi access is available, as well as free parking. We loved everything about Villa Rothsay. Great location - easy walk into Cowes. Easy parking. We had a lovely big room in the roof with a balcony with wonderful views over the Solent. Room was well equipped with separate seating area, lots of wardrobe space, Smart TV and spacious bathroom with big walk in shower and complimentary toiletries. Breakfast was lovely - lots of choice, good quality and great service. Very Covid safe. Staff were great especially Margaret. Unfortunately on day 2 of our holiday I had a bad accident and ended up in hospital with a broken neck. Margaret was amazing and found a room for my partner to stay in as long as he needed and she was so helpful and supportive throughout. We couldn't be more grateful. Thankyou. We are hoping to return to the Isle of Wight next year and will definitely stay at Villa Rothsay again.

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9.1
Superb
247 reviews
Price from
£115
per night

Sentry Mead Hotel

Hotel in Totland

Situated in Totland Bay on the Isle of Wight, this award-winning, fully licensed, property offers free Wi-Fi in all areas and benefits from free private parking on site. Very nice room, comfortable bed, beautiful view, awesome friendly staff, great breakfast selection and walking distance to waterfront restaurant.

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9.6
Exceptional
475 reviews
Price from
£152
per night

The Havelock 4 stars

Hotel in Shanklin

Set in attractive gardens, The Havelock offers a Mediterranean-style pool and en suite rooms, some have a sea view. There is some free private parking, and the seafront is close by. The single room was clean and comfortable, with an en-suite bathroom and a beautiful view of the sun coming up from the bed. The breakfast was the perfect way to start the day, although the coffee could have been stronger for my tastes. The heated pool was a delight -- small, but a real plus point to be able to have a dip! The little bar was a great place to have a chat if you felt like it or just get on with whatever you want to do (email, read, etc.), with a few tables in their sunny garden, perfect for a morning coffee, or on mild evenings. The owners were just wonderful and made it a real home from home.

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9.1
Superb
314 reviews
Price from
£50
per night

The Belmont 4 stars

Hotel in Shanklin

The Belmont offers adult only accommodation, 3 minutes’ walk from Shanklin Beach on the Isle of Wight. It has free Wi-Fi, free parking, and a garden and sauna to relax in. Lovely people. Very welcoming and helpful. Room lovely and clean. Breakfast was excellent with plenty of choice. Looking forward to going back Thank you Des and Linda

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9.1
Superb
193 reviews
Price from
£108
per night

Haven Hall Hotel 5 stars

Hotel in Shanklin

Situated within 2 acres of land, Haven Hall Hotel offers accommodation in Shanklin Isle of Wight. The property is located on the cliff top, offering views of the sea, cliffs and the bay. Luxurious tranquility with a homely atmosphere and beautiful surroundings! Personal and genuine hospitality from David and Arielle who have built a home to share!

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9.7
Exceptional
59 reviews
Price from
£420
per night

Villa Mentone Hotel

Hotel in Shanklin

Located in Shanklin, 2.8 km from Sandown Beach, Villa Mentone Hotel provides accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a shared lounge. The hotel was excellent, location was great, ownership and management was outstanding, felt safe and secure and like we were part of the hotels family.

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8
Very good
1,029 reviews
Price from
£50
per night

Charter House

Hotel in Newport

Set in Newport and with Carisbrooke Castle reachable within 2.5 km, Charter House offers express check-in and check-out, non-smoking rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi throughout the property and a bar. A fantastic location, clean rooms and a really pleasant feel about my stay, but the thing that makes this such a good place to stay are the staff. All of the people are incredibly helpful and generous with their time and advice. I did not have breakfast on my stay, but the word around the street is that, it is amazing and a must try.

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8.1
Very good
345 reviews
Price from
£89
per night

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Wonders of Wordplay and Nature’s Way

With dramatic cliffs and unspoilt countryside, the Isle of Wight sits off England’s south coast. Ferries from Southampton cross The Solent to Cowes, a sleepy port which bursts into life during its annual regatta – Cowes Week.

Over the inlet is Osborne House, Queen Victoria’s summer home, while Henry VIII was behind the construction of the castle in Yarmouth. Neighbouring Freshwater is the closest town to the multi-coloured sands of Alum Bay. Next door are the Needles which you can’t thread, as the Wonders of the Isle of Wight saying goes. These eroded white cliff formations, one with a lighthouse, extend into the English Channel at the island’s south-western tip.

Near the southern tip is Chale, next to Blackgang Chine children’s amusement park, and close to Ventnor, on a hill sloping to the sea. Around the coast are the most popular beach resorts: Sandown with its nature reserve, and Shanklin with its cute Old Village and the most Isle of Wight hotels with indoor pools on Booking.com. Seaview also has a nature reserve, and nearby Ryde is a Victorian beach resort whose long pier is the docking point for ferries from Portsmouth.

Other hotels on the Isle of Wight are found in Wootton Bridge, with its steam railway, and the county town Newport, home to Carisbrooke Castle.

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