Beautiful Bed and Breakfast Accommodation just waiting for YOU
The Isle of Wight is the ideal destination to get away from the hustle and bustle of modern day life. Not only do you cruise across to our shores, it is like leaving the World behind and stepping back in to a time where people have time for you and want to stop and speak. The warm welcome that you receive when you visit our Island will make you appreciate life and your loved ones that will share the trip with you.
We have put together a showcase of some of the more select bed and breakfasts that are available to you at this time of year, but remember, this is just a selection and to find out everything that is on offer, please press the SPECIAL OFFERS button below.
If you have a specific request or requirement, then please contact the team on 01983 520052 and we will be happy to help and advise you.
Alvington Manor Farm is a Bed and Breakfast located just outside Newport. The 17th Century Manor house is just off the famous Tennyson walking trail -perfect for those wishing to explore the Island by foot. We have 5 en-suite bedrooms, all of which have colour TV’s, tea & coffee making facilities and there is a guest sitting room, car parking and gardens.
Alvington Manor Farm is open all year.
The house is a stones throw from Carisbrooke Castle too, surrounded in beautiful countryside with great food Pubs nearby. Guests have access to a large garden, secure off-road parking and a village shop is only 10 minutes walk away.
Prices from just £45 per person per night. Children 16 years and under are half price too.
Do you like the idea of staying in a bed and breakfast but don’t like the idea of having to make conversation with complete strangers first thing in the morning?
Would you like to be able to put the children to bed then come downstairs and relax in your own sitting room? Then come to Tollgate Cottages – your own private bed and breakfast!
The accommodation will sleep up to 4 and is situated in the heart of the West Wight countryside at the foot of Afton and Tennyson Downs. There is easy access to coastal and downland footpaths including the spectacular Tennyson Trail, the Needles and the river walk to Yarmouth.
In the beautiful West Wight, Ruskin Lodge is often described by guests as having a warm, relaxed and friendly feel. Visitors are provided with keys to allow free access throughout the day.
All rooms are large, light and airy and great care has been taken to retain the period feel of this late Victorian home, with features such as fireplaces retained where possible.
Relax in the cosy conservatory or on the balcony, with its unobstructed panoramic views across the 1970 Isle of Wight Pop Festival site, the Downs and the western end of the Island.
Ruskin Lodge has a Victorian Theme and a particularly tranquil and calming atmosphere. We are sure that guests will enjoy looking at the art within the property during their stay.
The Piers View Guest House is situated on the famous Cliff Path which overlooks the bay; it is an ideal location for a quiet and relaxing holiday. We are just 5 minutes from Lake’s safe sandy beaches, and within easy reach of both the towns of Sandown and Shanklin; we are close to all amenities, shops, leisure centre and all travel routes.
We are a family run business which has been established for 30 years, renowned for excellent food and extensive choice menu, including special & vegetarian diets. In May 2015 Piers-View were presented with a Silver Award for high quality of accommodation and customer service. In 2014 we maintained a 5 star food hygiene rating from the Isle of Wight Council Environmental Health Department of which we are extremely proud; we also have a residential license for alcoholic drinks to be served with meals.
Trentham guest house offers fantastic bed and breakfast accommodation from their grade ll listed building. Only 100 yards from the sandy blue flag beaches, great shops, attractions and restaurants of the busy seaside town of Ryde.
We offer en-suite rooms with hospitality tray, colour televisions and DVD player. There is full central heating and full cooked English breakfast with friendly family atmosphere.
We are situated only a few minutes away from all public transport, swimming pool, ice rink, American style bowling alley, Peter Pans children’s fun fair, pitch and putt, bowls green and boating lake.
Open All Year
The Appley is a friendly Bed and Breakfast in one of the finest positions in Shanklin on the Isle of Wight. Offering a warm welcome and relaxing atmosphere this 4 star guest accommodation is family run and prides itself on proving its’ guest with personal attention and a high standard of service.
We are located in a perfect spot in Shanklin, minutes away from the beautiful beaches, the famous Shanklin Old Village and Shanklin Chine. We are also close to the main Shanklin High Street with the bus station and train station.
The residents of The Appley Rod and Wendy Folds take great pride in offering all of their guests a warm and friendly welcome and aim to make your holiday enjoyable and one that you will want to repeat.
The house was named after John Keats, an English Romantic poet who stayed at the then named Eglatine Cottage in the summer of 1819 and wrote some of his poems at this very property. His poetry, as well as Blake’s, Shelley’s, Byron’s and Tennyson’s after whom further rooms are named, is readily available at Keats Cottage.
Steeped in history and with parts of the building over 400 years old, Keats Cottage has been lovingly refurbished. All the rooms are equipped with modern amenities and we offer crisp linen, fluffy towels and luxurious toiletries. We believe that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and you can enjoy a traditional English breakfast consisting of organic ingredients sourced from nearby farms as well as home-made bread & jams, delicious omelettes, creamy porridge or vitamin packed fruit smoothies to name just a few options!
Tucked away in the heart of Sandown, is one of the town’s hidden secrets – The Wight Hotel, which would offer any guest a great base from which to explore the Island.
The sea front and town centre are very close by and the staff are friendly and helpful – We love the Wight Hotel and are sure you will too. Especially the hearty breakfasts and great food.