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The Caledon Guest House
59 Mill Hill Road
Cowes
Isle of Wight

PO31 7EG | View map

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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 double and 2 single beds) and can cater for up to 13 people. Rooms have TV with CD/DVD player, wash basin, tea & coffee. The house has a wireless broadband network and is non smoking throughout.Bathrooms are shared. Breakfast We are always complimented on our tasty breakfasts! Take your pick from Mark's Nearly Famous Fry up, The Caledon Stack, Scrambled egg & crispy bacon, Boiled egg and soldiers, cereal, the choice is yours! And of course all the tea, coffee, juice and toast you can eat...For our business guests we serve breakfast from 6.30am - the earliest in town! Things To DoThe Isle of Wight has an amazing array of things to do while you're here - other than the great places to eat and drink and lovely beaches, you can also go sailing, horse riding, paragliding, cycling...the list goes on.

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