At just over 10 minutes from the mainland and with up to 35 ferry crossings a day, the Isle of Wight is by far the most accessible of England's small island destinations. Known locally simply as The Island, it is often described as England in Miniature thanks to the diverse landscape it encompasses in just 147 square miles. The west is largely open countryside, much of it an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (over half the Isle is designated as such) that boasts the stunning white cliffs of the Tennyson Heritage Coast, the multi-coloured sands of Alum Bay and arguably The Island's most photographed sight, the weathered chalk rock of The Needles. The rest of the Isle is home to the classic seaside resort towns, notably Shanklin and Sandown, and Cowes, its largest port and the starting-point for the world's oldest regular regatta, the famous Cowes Week, which has been held every August (except during the World Wars) since 1826. The Island's most popular manmade attraction is the stately Osborne House, the favoured coastal retreat of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Built in the middle of the 19th century, the house is furnished much as the pair left it and is dotted with family mementoes. Its Italianate gardens were co-designed by Albert. Their sub-tropical species, walled fruit garden, Renaissance-style statues and vistas of the sea are worth the price of admission alone. This site is all you need to find where to stay on the Isle of Wight. Choose from any of the cheap hotels on the Isle of Wight, click on the picture or the name of the establishment for more information and to check room availability.
Excellent location for families and couples who love the world of adventure and explorations. We are just a short way from the ferry port and enjoy the inland setting of Newport with its surrounding countryside and breathtaking scenery. A warm welcome awaits all our guests.
Situated on the North East coast of the Isle of Wight and perfect for those who wish to access the ferry crossing quickly and easily. We are centrally located on the main esplanade enjoying sea views. Just a 3 minute walk from the train, bus stations and hovercraft port.
Superbly romantic and majestic as you choose to stay in the amazing Ryde Castle for that special break away from it all. We are delighted to welcome you warmly to the special building that was commissioned by the great King Henry VIII. Super views and a most treasured setting.
Beautiful location overlooking the ocean and immersed in total charm and elegance. We are delighted to welcome all our guests warmly and trust that you will find our establishment most relaxing and harmonious. Situated in the quiet hamlet of Seaview - one of the prettiest villages on the Isle.
Wonderful setting in the South East of the Isle of Wight. We are situated in the interesting and beautiful town of Ventnor and offer a luxurious and elegant solution for your accommodation needs. All our guests are made to feel most welcome and at home.
Our most delightful and charming establishment is simply breathtaking as you choose to stay at the Towers in the South East of the Isle of Wight. A warm welcome awaits all our guests as you enjoy all the comforts of home and the splendour of the gardens and amazing views.
Wonderfully attractive and charming Victorian house where you can spend quality times here in the charming town of Ventnor. The Windsor Carlton offers excellent accommodation and high standards of service for you and your loved ones. A warm welcome awaits all our guests.
Set in the south east of the Isle of Wight and enjoying the tranquillity and style you might expect from a well establishment hotel. The Wellington offers couples and families good quality accommodation and high standards of service. A warm welcome awaits all our guests.
Set in the exciting and dynamic harbour town of Yarmouth on the magical Isle of Wight. We are delighted to welcome you warmly and ensure you are well taken care of during your stay with us. The George Hotel maintains its 17th century charm and homely appeal.