Top 5 B&Bs in the Isle of Wight
The Isle of Wight is a great place to head to any time of year. Tourists come from all over the world as well as from the UK itself. There are a lot of great choices when it comes to places to stay. All types, from hotels to cottages to bed and breakfasts and more. There are all kinds of budgets catered for too.
Whether you need to stretch out the pennies or are splashing out, you can find it. Whether you prefer something modern and trendy, or traditional, sea-view or rural. That is part of the reason why people just keep going back, there is something else to see and do and somewhere else great to stay! For those of you looking for B&Bs Isle of Wight, we have five great options for you to think about!
The Caledon Guest House
We love the Caledon Guest House and it is perfect if you are looking to base yourselves in Cowes. It is beautiful and modern but has a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. The house dates from 1851 so if you want some character they certainly have it! It is 5 minutes from town, close to restaurants, pubs, the ferry, yacht haven, marinas and sailing clubs and more. You can expect free hi-speed WiFI, all bedrooms have a DVD player in case of a rainy day, and they have a laptop for guests to use.
There are 11 rooms in all varying in price and size at this top bed and breakfast, Isle of Wight. All include Fairtrade tea and coffee making abilities. They hold a 5-star rating for Food Hygiene and breakfast proudly serves fresh produce from local farms.
The Clifton Guest House
This bed and breakfast sits on a clifftop and offers some great views! There are 15 unique bedrooms and south-facing and award-winning gardens. This is the place to come when you want somewhere simple and unfussy to stay but things are done very well and to a high standard. You get free parking, free WiFi and as well as offering an outstanding breakfast there is also a cafe menu you can order in the day that also includes a drinks menu.
It takes families but children have to be ten or older, so a good escape venue if you want some time away. If you are looking for B&Bs Isle of Wight close to the beaches this is just 5 minutes from the seafront, where you can take a walk or enjoy the many activities.
Ivy Hall Bed & Breakfast
Set off a coastal path and located halfway between Newport and Ryde, Ivy Hall Bed & Breakfast is close to ferry terminals and is the perfect place to base yourself when you want to explore what the great Isle of Wight has to offer. They offer a range of rooms and also have books and games just in case of a rainy afternoon.
You can choose from a continental breakfast or a full English and they also offer great vegetarian options if you let them know ahead of time. There is off-road parking and WiFi and they are close to several restaurants, shops and things to do!
The Fernside Guest House
Sandown is a popular place to visit so if you want a great bed and breakfast, Isle of Wight, Sandown how about The Fernside Guest House. This lovely Victorian home has ten rooms with a lounge and bar area and comes with free car parking and WiFi. It is somewhere to go when you want to be childfree as you have to be 16 or older to stay. Breakfast s a traditional full English and bar snacks and food are also served during the day.
Set in Bonchurch this a luxury accommodation that offers great sea views from its rooms. Also for 16 years and older, it has outstanding service and promises a warm welcome to every guest. Enjoy the bar and have a drink in the conservatory or garden, or have a tea or coffee. All rooms are ensuite and the breakfast is great. If you are looking for attention to detail and quality complimentary toiletries in every room, this is the place to stay.
Of course there are other bed & breakfast that deserve to make it to the list. We at the IsleofWight.com will expand this list in future to accommodate the other top B&B Isle of Wight that you deserve to know more about.