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Always wanted to stay at the Bugle Coaching Inn since a child, finally 60 years later got to do it and wasn't disappointed. The public areas are so welcoming, intriguing and sociable. A brilliant venue what ever time of year you visit. The staff were very helpful especially as the pub was undergoing ...
The Bugle Coaching Inn£62The Bugle Coaching Inn£62
The hotel is located very close to the Fishbourne IOW Ferry Terminal and down a quiet lane which ends at the water. The hotel is actually a Public House although what should probably be described as a gastro-pub. It's staff are very friendly and accommodating and there was no issues with noise from ...
The Fishbourne£75The Fishbourne£75
Booked the fernside for four nights and thoroughly enjoyed the stay - the room was a good size and both well decorated and well maintained The breakfast is excellent and the staff always willing to help I would recommend without hesitation
The Fernside£70The Fernside£70
Very friendly and welcoming. staff great. Well placed for the town and not too far from the beach (10 minutes if you dawdle). Just by a bus route to Newport or Sandown/Ryde. 10 minutes walk from the railway station. I slept well despite pain from dental treatment a few days before.
We enjoyed a Champagne afternoon tea with a choice of teas, followed later by a good Dinner in the Hotel's Restaurant. We had an upgraded room with a garden view which although small was very comfortable and well heated. Car Parking is difficult but there is a large car park behind the hotel which ...
The Royal Hotel£108The Royal Hotel£108
I hate staying away on my own when working, however I was made to feel very welcome by staff when I arrived after a very long day, they could not do too much for me. I was shown to my room which was, OK on the small side but it had everything I needed and was very comfortable, I slept like a log ...
The Stag£62The Stag£62
The Isle of Wight is a holiday destination of superlatives. Home to the country's most beautiful beaches, most dramatic views and broadest range of attractions, it's not hard to see why this little island off the south coast of Hampshire is so popular with tourists. Setting the standard so high, it's fitting that visitors should seek out somewhere special to stay while they're on the island. Fortunately, the Isle of Wight boasts a spectacular spread of four star hotels.
Whether you're looking to stay fit during your break or just let your hair down and relax, a pool is high up on the list of priorities for many travellers. While the island's beaches provide a hefty number of excellent swimming spots, they're not quite so inviting in the winter months! Hotel swimming pools promise the chance to kick back and enjoy some backstroke no matter what the weather's up to.
The eastern tip of the Isle of Wight is undoubtedly the most peaceful part of the island. Thanks largely to its dynamic coastline and spectacular views, the area is particularly popular with walkers. The number one attraction in the west is the iconic Needles, which jut out from the very tip of the island. Other local attractions include the multi-coloured sands of Alum Bay and the panoramic views of Tennyson Down.
The Freshwater Bay House Hotel is located beside Tennyson Down. The four star property overlooks Freshwater Bay - a pleasant spot for families seeking some summer sun and a safe place to swim. There's an outdoor pool for those who don't want to brave the ocean. Free WiFi is also available throughout the hotel.
Cowes is one of the most vibrant towns on the Isle of Wight. Particularly in the summer months, when keen sailors flock in from the pontoons, the town is buzzing with life. In addition to a range of independent shops and cafés and a pretty waterfront vista, the town is home to a number of excellent bed and breakfasts, and some of the best hotels on the Isle of Wight.
Mimosa Lodge B&B is set in half an acre of peaceful gardens, set a little way back from the lively centre of Cowes. The pretty garden and conservatory are a relaxing setting in the mornings, before you take the gentle stroll into town.
No matter how impressive the facilities at your four star hotel may be, guests will at some point be itching to get out and explore the island's many first-class beaches. It can be worth speaking to your hosts about which ones are best to visit and when, depending on your location and the time of year. The west offers some gorgeous rock formations, while the east's beaches are more family-friendly and sheltered.