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Calverts Hotel, Newport, Isle of Wight

Calverts Hotel, Newport, Isle of Wight

Calverts Hotel Newport Isle of Wight

Calverts Hotel Newport Isle of WightWhether you are over on the Isle of Wight for break, holiday, special occasion or business trip the  Calverts Hotel located in Newport the heart of the Isle of Wight is the ideal place to stay, offering all the facilities of a town hotel in a great location with a warm and friendly atmosphere.

As the hotel is located in the centre of the Island it makes a great base from which to explore the Islands fascinating history, stunning scenery and great attractions

Open all year Calverts Hotel was originally built in 1732 and was once the home of the Mayor of Newport and later to a succession of Surgeons. The Hotel was named Calverts in 1970 and now provides 33 rooms, bars, restaurant and function rooms. ALL YEAR ROUND

Your hotel bedroom…

The Hotel has a range of singles, twins and double bedrooms. All rooms are en-suite and all have TV’s, and tea/coffee making facilities.

Self-catering suites are also available for guests who wish to have longer stays.

Dining Rooms and Bars 

The Restaurant, which is open to non-residents, offers full English breakfast, lunch and a varied menu for evening dinner.

The two bars, open to non-residents, offer a cosy atmosphere whilst providing ample seating and tables for large parties.


Private functions…
The hotel has meeting rooms and a large function room for private events.


Newport, the ‘Capital’ of the Isle of Wight, provides visitors with not only, all the facilities of a large market town but also a fascinating and varied history.

The leading tourist attraction, Carisbrooke Castle, one of the best-preserved castles in Southern England, was built by the Normans as a Fortress against the invading French and Spanish and later was the prison for Charles1 in 1648 now

gracefully overlooks the Island’s busiest town. Because the harbour is well sheltered and centrally positioned in the South it became a highly successful trading port in the 17th and 18th Century known as ‘new port’

Newport, due to its central position, has numerous well cared for riverwalks, footpaths and cycleways. You can take off North, South, East or West for a good days walking or cycling.

Local parks offer Tennis, Bowls and Newport Golf Club’s 9 hole course is located on the downs overlooking Newport. (www.newportgolfclub.com)

Local transport

From Newport Bus Station, you can travel with ease to all parts of the island, with a comprehensive network of routes to all towns, beaches and countryside locations



Calverts Hotel Quay Street Newport, Isle of Wight PO30 5BA


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