The Union Inn offers 6 newly refurbished, individually themed, en-suite letting rooms all designed and furnished in a boutique style. A haven for yachting enthusiasts, business people and holiday makers and an ideal all-year-round base from which to explore the Isle of Wight.
The New Holmwood Hotel not only offers the highest standards in terms of decor, comfort and food but also its unique position on the water's edge at Egypt Point, Cowes, provides unrivalled panoramic views of the Solent. Luxurious restaurant, swimming pool, spa bath. Deep water moorings
Address: Queens Road, Cowes, Isle of Wight, PO31 8BW
Affordable Cowes accommodation within walking distance of the ferry. We are new owners of Halcyone Villa and are flexible, reliable and helpful. We have single, twin or double family rooms, most with en-suite. We offer full english breakfast & can cater for any special dietary requirements. Discounts offered for longer stays or regular visitors.
Halcyone Villa B & B, just a 5 minute walk from the heart of Cowes. A Victorian property which has recently been renovated and offers five star service. Family and pet friendly, if you have any requirements just ask and we will do our best to help! Free collection for you and your luggage from the Red Jet or Floating Bridge by prior arrangement.
ACCOMMODATION AT THE ANCHOR
The Anchor offers comfortable and affordable overnight accommodation for guests.
We have 6 twin rooms and 1 double/family room available.
Each room has an en suite bathroom, as well as tea and coffee making facilities and colour television.
Our rooms are ideal for working professionals on short term trips
to the town or yachtsmen wanting a comfortable night ashore.
Rooms available from £65
These rates will increase slightly during peak times so please contact us for a quotation.
* Please note *
The price is for ROOM ONLY
and does NOT include Breakfast.
A small friendly family run establishment offering a warm welcome with a varied menu consisting of local fish, fresh vegetables and meats all freshly prepared and cooked on the premises, one of the most popular being the now legendary Sunday lunch. A popular choice for cold, wet, yachtmen, families, cyclists and walkers. Children, dogs and elderly parents most welcome.
The Duke of York retains many of its original features with a nautical theme throughout, one of the few 'unspoilt' pubs still trading in the town. Recent improvements include enlarging the dining area and installing a disabled toilet and attractive sheltered patio area to the rear of the restaurant, popular with both drinkers and diners alike.
The Duke of York also offers en suite accommodation all year round with rooms consisting of singles, doubles, twins and family rooms, a ground floor room is also available to less agile visitors.