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Quay St, Yarmouth PO41 0PE
At a Glance: Historic, 2 AA Rosettes for Food, By the Sea

This pretty 17th Century hotel is right at the heart of the harbour village of Yarmouth, overlooking the Solent. Award winning brasserie, cosy wood panelled bar and comfortable lounge.

From £120/room per night
High Street, Cowes PO31 7AW
At a Glance: Historic, By the Sea

Located in the heart of Cowes overlooking the River Medina, this traditional period inn has recently been refurbished and offers 20 comfortable en-suite bedrooms, traditional bar and restaurant.

From £49/room per night
Watchouse Lane, Cowes PO31 7QH
At a Glance: Historic, By the Sea, Pet Friendly

The oldest inn in Cowes, the Union is just a few minutes walk from the marina. But just because the inn is old doesn't mean you can't enjoy the latest facilities: each contemporary styled guest room boasts a sleek modern bathroom! Enjoy great food and real ales in the cosy bar and restaurant. The ferry terminal is just 200m from the inn.

From £69/room per night
Church Place, Chale, Ventnor PO38 2HA
At a Glance: Historic, By the Sea, Pet Friendly

Situated in the village of Chale, just 10 minutes walk from Blackgang Chine, the 17th century Wight Mouse Inn enjoys spectacular views over the English Channel. The inn offers en-suite bedrooms with either sea or woodland views as well as a spacious restaurant, lounges and a traditional bar. Newport and Shanklin are both within a 20 minute drive of the inn.

From £60/room per night
Chequers Inn Road, Rookley, Ventnor PO38 3NZ
At a Glance: Historic

Welcome to the Chequers Inn, a friendly country pub set in the idyllic countryside of the Isle of Wight. The inn mixes traditional character with modern facilities and offers luxury en-suite B&B accommodation. An extensive menu of home cooked food is served all day, every day.

From £60/room per night
Union Street, Ryde PO33 2LG
At a Glance: Historic, By the Sea

Yelf's Hotel is one of the oldest coaching inns on the Isle Of Wight and retains much of its original charm. There is a comfortable bar and lounge, restaurant, conservatory and patio. Situated on Union Street, close to the hovercraft and ferry services to Portsmouth and Southsea.

From £75/room per night
Springvale Road, Seaview PO34 5AW
At a Glance: Historic, Boutique, By the Sea

The seaside village of Seaview is popular for its sailing and wildlife park. The Boathouse offers fine dining in a pub environment, with local fresh fish dishes, a daily specials board, vegetarian options, a smaller appetites menu and traditional pub favourites. Enjoy fine wines and real ales in the bar or in our garden overlooking the Solent. We have four lovely en-suite rooms, many with superb sea views. Seaview is 15 minutes by car from the ferry port of Ryde.

From £120/room per night