The Isle of Wight is a truly unique holiday destination set just a few miles off the coast of Hampshire, in the south of England. The island's diverse landscape offers up a blend of unspoiled countryside and idyllic beaches. Naturally beautiful, laid back and packed with things to see and do, the Isle of Wight is the perfect setting for a romantic getaway. To complete the package, the island is home to a generous number of romantic hotels.
Munch Your Way to Happiness!
Intimate meals lies at the heart of every healthy relationship and when it comes to meals the Isle of Wight's got visitors covered. The Gothic View Bed and Breakfast places food high up on the agenda, serving guests a mouth-watering, locally sourced breakfast each and every morning. In addition to award-winning food, guests can expect friendly staff and a picturesque setting, to rival that of any other hotels on the Isle of Wight.
A Unique Island Retreat
Some of the island's prettiest beaches are tucked away on the east coast, around the small village of Bembridge. To save you the trouble of hunting tirelessly for a secluded and picturesque spot, the Priory Bay Hotel offers guests use of an exclusive, private beach. If swimming in the sea isn't your thing, head for the outdoor pool.
The hotel's 70-acre estate houses a number of special spots in which to laze in the summer sun. More active couples can take advantage of the beautiful coastal walks, easily found in just about any direction from the hotel.
A Traditional Hotel
Part of the attraction of the Isle of Wight is that stepping foot on the island can feel like stepping back in time. For that reason, many visitors to the island come in search of a traditional accommodation option. The small village of Yarmouth, on the north coast, offers exactly that in the Bugle Coaching Inn.
The Bugle's four star accommodation is located just above the restaurant, on the quaint streets of pretty Yarmouth. As well as easy access to Freshwater Bay, Tennyson Down and the famous Needles, Yarmouth offers a regular ferry service to Keyhaven and Lymington, on the mainland.