Looking for Seaside Pubs & Inns B&B Isle of Wight. Check availability of cheap to luxury pub accommodation + gastro and food pubs including boutique pubs and inns to stay.
To find traditional British Pubs & Inns on the Wight with accommodation may disappoint you. During the last 5 years there has been a significant change in the accommodation on offer on the Isle of Wight. We know that some of the best places to stay are British Pubs and Inns but conversions and closure have meant a fall in the number of pubs with accommodation. Snook away in the places that provide relaxation and peace and quiet.
It's not just Pubs and Inns with accommodation there has been a surge in Inn Hotel developments that cater for the fast moving travellers, so do keep coming back to Pub Rooms as we are constanlty adding new places to stay.
Travelling to and on the Isle of Wight.
The Isle of Wight is approximately 24 miles East to West, and 12 miles North to South, being about 150 square miles in area. It can be reached by ferry via Lymington, Southampton and Portsmouth.
Getting to the Isle of Wight by Sea The Isle of Wight is located just off the south coast of Southern England and is linked to the mainland ports of Lymington, Southampton and Portsmouth by vehicle ferries, high speed passenger catamarans and hovercraft. The island is served by three main operators. These are Hovertravel, Red Funnel and Wightlink.
Book Online with isleofwight.com and Red Funnel Ferries
Useful sea travel contact numbers:
Red Funnel - 0870 444 88 89
(Southampton - Cowes) passenger only
(Southampton - East Cowes) car ferry
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Hovertravel - 01983 811 000
(Southsea - Ryde) passenger only
Wightlink - 0871 376 10 00
(Lymington - Yarmouth) car ferry
(Portsmouth - Fishbourne) car ferry
(Portsmouth - Ryde) passenger only
by Bus on the Isle of Wight
Southern Vectis provides public transport on the Isle of Wight and has been acknowledged as one of the best rural bus services in the country.
Useful contact numbers: Southern Vectis
Bus Enquiry Helpline - 01983 532373
Head Office - 01983 827000
Head Office Fax - 01983 524961
Getting to the Isle of Wight by Air & Road
The London airports of Heathrow and Gatwick are both about one and a half hours by road from the ferry terminals. Competitive long haul taxis can be arranged by calling any of the numbers listed below - these are likely to be less expensive than public transport if there are two or more passengers. Travellers from Europe can fly directly to Southampton airport which is about twenty minutes by taxi from the Southampton ferry terminal.
Awarded "Isle of Wight Dining Pub of The Year 2010" by the Good Pub Guide. Enjoying a superb coastal location with un-equalled sea views over Bembridge Ledge on the Isle of Wight. The most sought after hostelry with a proven track record is popular with both locals and visitors alike, where the locally caught seafood can be enjoyed all year round. With a traditional intimate beamed interior and attractive patio areas it has all the ingredients for a relaxed and enjoyable experience. Its five ensuite Bed and Breakfast Rooms provide the location for a perfect escape and have been awarded 4 AA stars.
Awarded 4 AA stars
Dining Pub of The Year 2010
Town hotel with a public bar
Traditional inn with rooms in the heart of Newport. Ensuite rooms with wifi. Carvery restaurant, well-stocked bar with real ales.
Hotel with public bar located on the outskirts of Ryde
The Steamer offers excellent accommodation with eight en-suite rooms including four with balconies overlooking the sea. Wake up in the morning to see the sun rise from the east over the stunning cliffs of Culver down. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast in our bar/restaurant overlooking Shanklin's sandy beach.
8 en-suite rooms
Traditional English Bed and Breakfast
One of the Isle of Wights’s oldest hostelries, The Spyglass Inn offers character Bed Breakfast accommodation in self-contained apartments, comprising double bedrooms with en-suite facilities, a lounge and balcony/terrace overlooking Ventnor Bay.
The apartments are tastefully furnished; include a kitchenette for you to prepare breakfast from the fresh local produce that we provide, and have all the fixtures to make your stay both relaxing and pleasurable.
Our accommodation is available all year round and competitively priced for a short break or long stay.
Award Winning Pub Spyglass Inn
The George Hotel is a 17th Century town house in the village and Harbour of Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. Traditional individually designed bedrooms. All rooms offer full room service, bathrobes, hairdryers, direct dial telephone.
Rour en-suite rooms each room
is furnished to provide a relaxing break.
Sea View accommodation.