Hotels and B&Bs

Hotels and B&Bs on the Isle of Wight

Planning your own Isle of Wight holiday or getaway? Thankfully, the Island has plenty of hotels and bed and breakfasts to choose from. Whether you want to stay in Sandown, Shanklin, St Lawrence or Seaview – you’ll find a relaxing place to stay in a great location, with plenty to see and do.

The Island has you covered for every type of break, with spa hotels, luxury accommodation, boutique B&Bs and even dog-friendly hotels available to choose from. Stays at many Isle of Wight hotels and B&Bs come with your Wightlink ferry included, too, so there’s one less thing to worry about.

Isle of Wight hotels

Take your pick from a number of fantastic hotels across the Island. We’ve listed three of our favourites below, but you’ll find even more on our Explorer interactive map.

Seaview Hotel

Located on the north-east Isle of Wight in the picturesque sailing village of Seaview, the unique and independent British coastal hotel is only minutes from the popular Victorian town of Ryde.

Seaview Hotel

Norton Grange

Norton Grange Coastal Village is a chalet village located in West Wight. It’s the perfect base from which to explore the beautiful beaches, charming coastal towns and tranquil village of the Island.

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The Royal Hotel

Built in 1832, The Royal is the epitome of timeless elegance. Its historic architecture, sumptuous furnishings and impeccable service evoke all the grandeur and glamour of a bygone era.

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  • Flexible booking amendments if your plans ever change

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Discover more hotels on the Isle of Wight

You’re spoiled for choice when it comes to hotels on the Isle of Wight, so we put together our handy Explorer tool to make finding your perfect place to stay that little bit easier. Move around the interactive map to find the right hotel in the right location for you – and you can even plan your holiday itinerary while you’re at it, with events and attractions from all over the Isle of Wight listed, too.

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B&Bs on the Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight has a fantastic selection of B&Bs, but we’ve picked out three of our favourites below for you to check out. Want to see more – you can find an even bigger collection on our Explorer interactive map.

The Fernback

The Fernbank bed and breakfast is a quiet and tranquil guest accommodation – located in a magical, elevated position just above the thatched roofs of the famous Old Village of Shanklin.

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The Havelock

The Havelock is located in a fantastic sea-facing position in the heart of Shanklin. With both the sea front and Old Village a couple minutes walk away, the location could not get any better.

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Hayes Barton

Hayes Barton has been described as a home away from home thanks to its quiet location in Shanklin. Originally built in the 1850s, this B&B now has nine en suite bedrooms with two located on the ground floor for easy access.

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Discover more Isle of Wight B&Bs

There’s a host of B&Bs to pick from on the Isle of Wight, so hopefully our Explorer tool will come in handy when it comes to picking the right one. Designed to make finding your perfect place to stay that little bit easier, move around the interactive map to find the ideal bed and breakfast for you. And, while you’re at it, you can plan your holiday itinerary too, with loads of Isle of Wight events and attractions listed.

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Wightlife Stay

Introducing Wightlife Stay, your free essential guide to Isle of Wight accommodation. We\’ve teamed up with many of the Island\’s leading accommodation providers to bring you loads of info and inspiration on your perfect holiday home from home.

Find details on un-packed holiday parks, as well as secluded cottages, quality campsites and seaside hotels.  Award-winning accommodation is now at your fingertips.

Inspiration for your next getaway

The Isle of Wight is idyllic all year round, whether you visit under the blue sky of Summer or the orange of autumn. Find inspiration for whenever you choose to visit in our seasonal guides below.

A person in a red coat and hat throwing autumn leaves in the air in a forest of the Isle of Wight

Autumnal adventures

The Isle of Wight is a great place to visit in the autumn. The countryside transforms from green to reds, russets and golds and it’s the perfect time to enjoy the great outdoors. So start planning your autumn break itinerary with our handy guide to the top things to do…

Read our guide to Isle of Wight experiences in the autumn

Read out guide to Isle of Wight experiences in the autumn
A couple walking in the Isle of Wight countryside in spring time

Spring breaks

Getting away in the springtime can really lift your spirits. The Isle of Wight is bursting with life at this time of year and can make a great countryside escape. Take a look at our top things to do on the Island this spring…

Read our blog full of spring break ideas

Read our blog full of spring break ideas
A family walking across a sandy beach with the sun and a pier in the background, Isle of Wight

Family summer escapes

Make family memories to last a lifetime on the Isle of Wight this summer. With attractions galore, long sandy beaches, dinosaur fossils and the best ice cream EVER, your children will thank you for years to come.

Read our guide to the top summer family experiences on the Island

Read our guide to the top summer family experiences on the Island

Events and attractions

You’re never stuck for something to do on the Isle of Wight. In all corners of the Island there are attractions for every taste, from royal homes to steam railways, and there’s a great calendar of events going on across the year. Our interactive Explorer map can help you build your ideal holiday itinerary.

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A fountain in front of a sandstone-coloured building, Osborne House on the Isle of Wight