A warm welcome awaits you at Yelf’s Hotel in Ryde, the Gateway to the Isle of Wight.
Yelf’s Hotel offers an all year round service, including Christmas, to holiday and business visitors, from single rooms and suites to self-catering accommodation. The hotel is one of the oldest original coaching inns on the Isle of Wight and has been carefully refurbished to retain much of its charm and atmosphere. Our comfortable Bar and Lounge, Conservatory and Patio Beer Garden, and an air conditioned Restaurant and Conference suite provide Islanders and visitors alike with a relaxing venue for a drink or delicious meal during a short stay or longer break. Whatever the purpose of your visit, you’re guaranteed a warm welcome, fine food and great service all year round. A selection of our bedrooms at Yellf’s Hotel have picturesque views across Ryde and the Solent. Our rooms range from Singles to Suites and Four-bedded rooms, and accommodate every visitors’ needs, from holiday makers to business visitors. All 40 bedrooms are superbly appointed and are en-suite with flat screen TV including Freeview, radio, direct dial telephone, hairdryer and courtesy tea and coffee making facilities.
Bromley House is an addition to Yelf’s Hotel with 9 excellent rooms for those looking for self-catering accommodation. There are selected rooms which are self-contained with kitchen and bathroom, and we have a fully-equipped room for the disabled and a lift to the first floor. Bromley House also has off-road car parking for 20 vehicles.
Isle of Wight
17º - 14º
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