NewportCopyright Graham Horn

Capital of the Isle of Wight with retail and entertainment facilities in accord with that status, Newport also offers historic sites like Carisbrooke Castle and Newport Roman Villa for culture vultures. Central to the island it makes the ideal base for touring too... Read More

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Isle of Wight Festival
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Christmas Quest
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Hotels in Newport - 6 places to stay

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Braunstone House

Braunstone House
Braunstone House Hotel is located in Newport, the capital town of the Isle of Wight. An elegant Georgian building restored to many of it's original features including oak panelled bedrooms, secluded walled garden and fine ... More | visit website
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Newport Quay Hotel

Newport Quay Hotel

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Set in a quiet street in the heart of Newport, this Grade II listed, 17th century building is a warm and friendly hotel within walking distance of bars and restaurants. Once the ... More

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Freewaters Cottage (2.53 miles)

Freewaters Cottage

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Enjoying glorious views in an area of outstanding natural beauty, this delightful, single storey, converted dairy nestles at the head of a secluded valley in the picturesque ... More

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Lakeside Park Hotel & Spa (3.30 miles)

Lakeside Park Hotel & Spa

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The Lakeside Park Hotel is a brand new luxurious hotel set in an area of outstanding natural beauty with 17 acres of countryside and 20 acres of lake, located off ... More

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Blandings (3.42 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
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The Chequers Inn (3.75 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
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Creek Gardens (3.79 miles)

Creek Gardens
Enjoy a holiday of a lifetime at one of the Isle of Wight’s premier resorts. Our luxury villas and apartments enjoy a waterside location and all the facilities you would expect from a premier resort. ... More | visit website
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Windward House (3.98 miles)

Windward House
Windward House is a large detached late Victorian house situated on one of the main bus routes between West Cowes and Newport. The Chain Ferry, to East Cowes (Osborne House and Whippingham) and the Red ... More
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The Caledon Guest House (4.05 miles)

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A friendly bed and breakfast in central Cowes offering clean, comfortable accommodation and tasty, filling breakfasts.RoomsWe have 7 rooms: 3 singles, 2 doubles, 1 twin and 1 family room (1 ... More

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Fountain Inn (4.39 miles)

Fountain Inn

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The Fountain Inn overlooks the River Medina, and has beautiful harbour views from its heated patio. Enjoy fresh bar food, free Wi-Fi, a good breakfast and comfy en suite rooms. The traditional ... More

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The Union Inn (4.51 miles)

The Union Inn

The Union Inn is the first pub you come to on your way into town from Cowes seafront, it is just a short walk from the Red Funnel Hi-Speed passenger terminal in West Cowes. Ideally ... More | visit website

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NorthCourt (4.54 miles)

NorthCourt
NorthCourt is very much a family home and will be best appreciated by those who enjoy a peaceful country atmosphere in a historic setting.

NorthCourt was built in 1615 by the deputy Governor of the Island, ... More | visit website

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