Godshill

More Accommodation

Godshill is midway between Shanklin and Newport, a pretty village with thatched cottages and an ancient hill-top church, Appuldurcombe House nearby and some little back lanes to explore... Read More.

Hotels Budget , Holiday Park , Self Catering or you can find Today's Best Rates or get a LATE DEAL

Featured Destination

July 2018: Blackpool and the Lancashire Coast

Itís illumination time in Blackpool. Lancashire in October is not likely to be your choice for a sunshine break, but that is not why ...More
More Uk destinations

B&Bs in Godshill - 1 places to stay

Best rates for a Local Hotel

map website

Godshill Park Farm House

Godshill Park Farm House
The house has been providing guest accommodation since at least the 1960's - we occasionally get callers who tell us they used to stay here when they were children. The farm's location in an ... More | visit website

Other Places to Stay near Godshill

map website

Appuldurcombe Holiday Cottages (1.21 miles)

Appuldurcombe Holiday Cottages
5 Cottages - Once the grandest and most striking house on the Isle of Wight, Appuldurcombe's 18th century baroque elegance is still notable today in the partly restored building. The very individual and picturesque stone ... More | visit website
map website

The Chequers Inn (1.34 miles)

The Chequers Inn
The Chequers Inn is a friendly country pub set in the idyllic countryside of the Isle of Wight and although it has many modern facilities, it still retains its traditional character.

The pub offers an extensive ... More | visit website
map website

The Grange Bed and Breakfast (1.98 miles)

The Grange Bed and Breakfast
Built partly in the 17th Century and partly in the 19th Century, The Grange offers spacious and luxurious accommodation. Situated in the village of Wroxall, The Grange is approximately 3 miles from the sea at ... More | visit website
map website

Nettlecombe Farm Holiday Cottages & Fishing Lakes (2.21 miles)

Nettlecombe Farm Holiday Cottages & Fishing Lakes

Nettlecombe Farmhouse & Fishing Lakes are situated in the heart of the rolling South Wight countryside, at the top of a quiet lane around half a mile from the village of Whitwell. ... More | visit website

map website

Blandings (2.32 miles)

Blandings
Blandings is set within a small group of farm buildings at Horringford Gardens just south of Arreton and was formerly the piggery and wainhouse where the farm carts were stored. Whilst keeping its rural character, ... More | visit website
map book

Hermitage Court Farm (2.91 miles)

Hermitage Court Farm

More Information

Hermitage Court Farm is the Isle of Wightís most secluded and tranquil Bed and Breakfast accommodation: the ideal place in which to get away from the hustle and bustle of ... More

map website

Gothic View Gourmet B&B (2.98 miles)

Gothic View Gourmet B&B
Gothic View is an old Chapel dating back to 1884 it still retains many of its original features such as the rose windows and lovely gothic doors. The Chapel is situated in the rural countryside but ... More | visit website
map website

Foxhills (3.02 miles)

Foxhills
Foxhills provides a relaxing base from which to explore the beautiful Isle of Wight. Close to Shanklin town centre and The Old Village, this Five Star Gold guest accomodation offers guests a whirlpool spa and ... More | visit website
map website

The Fernbank Hotel and Restaurant (3.18 miles)

Situated above the thatched roofs of the picturesque Old Village, the Fernbank Hotel is ideally located for both the world-famous Shanklin Chine, the downs and the six miles of 'Blue Flag' sandy beach of Sandown ... More | visit website
map website

St Maur Hotel (3.21 miles)

St Maur Hotel

The St Maur Hotel is an ideal holiday location on the Isle of Wight. Situated in Ventnor, one of the prettiest areas on the Island, which makes it ideal for walking holidays. Close to Ventnor Park and ... More | visit website

Brit Quote:
I donít understand bus lanes. Why do poor people have to get to places quicker than I do? - Jeremy Clarkson
More Quotes

On this day:
First True Canal in Britain Opens - 1761, Punch Magazine launches - 1841, Royal Family Adopts Windsor Name - 1917, Tsar Nicholas and Family Killed - 1918, Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act Gains Royal Assent - 2013
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages