Now we have all heard of hotel and B&B accommodation when it comes to booking a holiday or short break, but what exactly are they?
Boutique Hotels and B&B’s offer a quirky and usually exceptionally high standard of accommodation, set to a particular theme. They are accommodation providers that have broken away from the “norm” to offer the traveller a truly individual and unique experience.
We are extremely fortunate on the Island to be able to offer a fantastic selection of Boutique Accommodation Providers, who will make your stay on the Isle of Wight memorable and enjoyable to boot. They can be found in the centre of towns or out in the heart and depths of the Island’s Countryside and there is something for everyone’s taste and most importantly budget.
The Leconfield in the historical village of Bonchurch is a luxury guest accommodation with panoramic sea views from most of its guest and public rooms. A warm welcome awaits you on arrival and during your stay you can expect an excellent level of service.
Your country hotel Isle of Wight holiday retreat is the perfect peaceful location – we regret we do not have suitable accommodation for families with young children, we are “ADULT ONLY” [over 16 years] and do not accept dogs.
Exceptional walks are close by – YOU WILL LOVE IT.
The Isle of Wight is a walker’s dream, offering over 500 miles of well-maintained footpaths through spectacular scenery and terrain, making it the perfect place for a walking holiday or break with 64 miles of coast paths adjacent to some of the Isle of Wight’s most dramatic coastline and beaches.
The Autumn Walking Weekend gives you the opportunity to take in the beautiful scenery and autumnal colours the Island has to offer. Go on – EXPLORE, there is so much for you to see and do.
Why not bring along your dog too, to enjoy the walks?
Sitting close to the heart of the beautiful Victoria town of Ventnor and within a 3-minute walk of Ventnor Beach, The Royal offers that special touch for discerning guests and those special occasions, such as anniversaries, weddings and birthdays.
The Royal Hotel has been so called ever since Queen Victoria enjoyed taking afternoon tea at the hotel, whilst visiting her friend Sir John Hambrough, at nearby Steephill Castle.
At the heart of the picturesque sailing village of Seaview lies the Seaview Hotel which has evolved over time to appeal to many different people including couples looking for a chic coastal getaway, discerning foodies, families in search of a carefree holiday and those in need of a good, honest pint. This unique combination makes the Seaview Hotel stand out as one of the best hotels on the Isle of Wight.
There are brilliant costal walks close by.
Rylstone Manor Hotel located in the beautiful Rylstone Gardens in Shanklin is a stunning manor house dating back to 1863 and is exquisitely decorated throughout. A fantastic base from which to explore the Isle or just relax and enjoy its unique surroundings.
The Manor is of Victorian proportion and incorporates a blend of Gothic, Tudor and Georgian influences which reflects its unique charms both externally and within.
Choose to stay either on a bed and breakfast basis or with evening meals included.
You will get a very warm welcome from the team at Rylestone and the location is great for the town and Old Village.
Built in 1851, our beautiful Victorian guest house has been lovingly refurbished while still retaining many of its original features; wooden floorboards, high ceilings and fireplaces.
The B&B is in a great location, situated on the north of the Isle of Wight, just a five minute walk up the hill from the bustling centre of Cowes with its pretty high street with individual shops, great restaurants, lively pubs, ferry links to Southampton and of course the yacht haven, sailing clubs and marinas for which Cowes is so well known.
We are always complimented on our wonderful breakfasts, all freshly cooked to order using the tastiest local ingredients our Island has to offer!
Originally a coaching inn dating back to the 17th century the hotel has recently received a much needed touch of TLC. It boasts beautiful original features, traditional top-notch dining experiences for breakfast, lunch & dinner, with quirky & cosy rooms & a very warm welcome.
This is quintessentially an English pub & hotel, with plenty of delicious dishes, home-cooked treats, local ales, beers & wines to indulge after a day of exploring the island’s beautiful countryside with family & friends taking in the country air.
Great Location within the town.
Hewitt’s House Hotel and Restaurant located in the centre of Newport offers modern, sophisticated accommodation blended with period charm in this 17th century Georgian town house. The Hotel has it’s own private walled in garden perfect for relaxing and the restaurant offers contemporary dining in stylish surroundings.
Whether you are on business or pleasure, a friendly welcome awaits you. Every effort is taken to ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible with en-suite bathrooms, flat screen televisions, complimentary WI-FI and Tea and Coffee making facilities in every room.
The Clifton in Shanklin provides quality holiday guest accommodation from its cliff top location, offering amazing sea view and great service is in an perfect spot for a tranquil and relaxing holiday on the Isle of Wight
The stunning view of Shanklin bay can be enjoyed from the Bistro, where you can order fresh fish from the daily blackboard. We also cater for gluten free diets. In the lovely garden you can also take advantage of the fabulous view, warm Isle of Wight sunshine, wonderful sea air, and refreshments from the licensed bar.
Chale Bay Farm is an award-winning, luxury guest house, beautifully situated among rolling fields with awe-inspiring countryside and sea views.
This lovely bed & breakfast provides an idyllic and tranquil setting for your holiday, but at the same time is within easy reach of the whole Island and all of its attractions. Many activities so close by Chale Bay Farm can be used as an excellent base for active sports and outdoor activities including surfing, canoeing, rib rides, paragliding, shooting, clay pigeon, horse riding, golf, hiking, cycling and fossil hunting.