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We had a really enjoyable stay at the hotel but next time will definitely have a room with a sea view and less stairs to climb!! The staff were delightful and nothing was too much trouble. If you want a relaxing weekend away I would recommend it.
Business stay so little time to use Leisure facilities. Late arriving but only minutes after 8pm so front desk closed as previously suggested. directed to lounge bar for check in where waited 15 minutes to then find restaurant no longer serving. 4 hour trip to be sent out for food. Room clean and ...
All the staff were very friendly and welcoming. Rooms were large and well decorated. Lovely extra touches of chocolates, sweets, water and even sherry in the room.
Upgraded on arrival to a junior suite which was very spacious with two French windows opening onto balconies with stunning sea views. Robes were also provided and tea/coffee/biscuits. There were a variety of choices to choose from at breakfast and for the 3 course evening meals all of which were ...
Perfectly fine place to stay over for a day or two - Room 1 is BIG and is comfy enough to stay longer. Be aware - it's a pub with rooms in the middle of Cowes, so it's not the place for a tranquil, away from it all break.
Really pleased with the room. Very clean, nice shower and bath. Great view and the furnishings and bed gorgeous. Good breakfast also. Only hitch was we had dinner in the hotel, sat in a side room ( at my request ) and waited 35 mins for the busy staff to take my order only to find that I was supposed ...
From keen and active ramblers to cool and lazy sunbathers, the Isle of Wight attracts holidaymakers of every type. With its diverse landscapes and broad range of attractions, the island really does offer something for everyone. This tone of measure and balance filters through into the island's hotel catalogue too, and tourists are simply spoiled for choice when it comes to finding three star hotels on the Isle of Wight.
One of the island's most popular towns lies on the central northern tip, at Cowes. Visitors flock to the town to sample its strong nautical character. Flanking the town on one side is the busy River Media, speckled with pontoons, harbours and waterside eateries. On the other coast, a sleepy beachfront looks out across the Solent.
A popular spot with tourists, it's not surprising that Cowes is home to some spectacular three star hotels and B&Bs. The Best Western New Holmwood Hotel sets the standard. The hotel enjoys a waterfront location, on the town's northern edge. Guests can enjoy free WiFi, an on-site restaurant, and easy access to the town centre. There's also conference space available for professional guests.
Three star hotels may offer an affordable price tag, but that doesn't mean guests have to forego any sense of luxury. Quality three star accommodation on the island is all about getting the best of both worlds.
Sandown Manor, in the east of the island, offers guests an array of luxurious facilities. Guests can swim laps in the generously sized pool, or put their feet up with a refreshment from the poolside bar. There's also a gorgeous garden and a games room for kids.
The Isle of Wight is packed with things to see and do, from the natural rock formations of the Needles to the exciting Dinosaur Isle. Whatever sort of trip you're after, it's well worth seeing as much of the island as possible during your stay.
Those keen to explore would do well to stay in a central location. The county town of Newport is a smart choice, located right in the heart of the island and close to all the major attractions. The town is also filled with exquisite, friendly bed and breakfasts and three star hotels.
The stunning beaches and clear blue waters of the Isle of Wight are undoubtedly one of its major attractions. While some visitors like to explore the coastlines, finding a different place to sunbathe and swim each day, others enjoy the convenience of having a superb beach right outside the hotel.
There are plenty of beachfront hotels on the Isle of Wight, promising utter convenience. While it always pays to check, the majority of the island's beaches offer safe swimming for all the family. The Channel View Hotel is Shanklin provides easy access to the seafront at Shanklin, as well as a whole host of spa treatments, while Luccombe Hall Country House offers similar proximity, on the south side of town. Here, guests are afforded the additional luxury of an indoor pool, meaning swimming is possible whatever the weather.