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whats not to like about this place? i'd recommend to anyone. rooms on the front have either a dual aspect (watch to directions of the sea and beach from bed) or a bay window with seats. breakfast was super tasty. nothing really to point out on the downside. except the wind on the IOW...
From the moment we arrived it was great. From the staff (Louise was amazing), to the food and the room. The only reason why I didn't give it 5 stars is because the wifi was poor, like third world poor. You could only have free wifi for 30 mins at a time and that's if you was lucky enough to have ...
pictures do not show the close proximity to the road which was busy. standard of cleanliness was very good and the rooms were comfortable. there was a little garden area, and place to eat outside in the summer. the car parking was good. the bar area wasn't noisy.
Just as the advertising said. Everything was quality - towels so thick and plentiful in particular. A shame the B & B side is ceasing but can understand that having young children it is very restricting. It will be lovely for families as long as its not too expensive. We had ideal weather which made ...
High quality B&B made all the better by its location. Although on the main road between Newport and Yarmouth, the road isn't particularly busy and once ensconced in one of the two beautiful bedrooms, you won't be aware of it at all. We had fabulous views across unspoilt countryside without another ...
Really enjoyed our week, hotel was close to most things we wanted to do, but even going to other side of island is only a 40 min drive with great views to enjoy
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.