Newport Quay Guest House is a 17th Century, Grade II listed guest house set in a quiet street in Newport. The town is steeped in historical and architectural interest and is Isle of Wight's capital town. All local facilities are to hand.
The guest rooms all have flat screen televisions with Freeview; tea, coffee and hot chocolate making facilities, direct dial telephones, radio alarm clocks, hairdryers and complimentary still water. Ironing boards and irons are also available.
In the morning a substantial English breakfast using fresh local produce, where available, is cooked to order and served in the separate dining room with its beautiful Italian marble fireplace. If guests want to relax then they can use the lounge with its original Victorian wood panelled walls, exposed beams, impressive fireplace and Victorian circular dinner table for cards or reading. We also have a small rear courtyard which really catches the sun and is a pleasant place to enjoy a nice drink in the evening.
Once the home of Newports butter market, this historic Isle of Wight building provides superb central access to the whole of the Isle of Wight and is within easy reach of the major ferry ports, Cowes, Fishbourne and Yarmouth.
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Rates: £60 per person per night.
From £95 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
From £140 per family room per night.
Children are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.