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Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight s a magnificent Island separated from mainland England by as little as 3 miles of water and is accessible only by Ferry. The Island has retained its unique charm enchanting 2.7 million visitors each year. From the Southdowns road the white cliffs of Portsdown hill and the city of Portsmouth can be seen and yet one can feel a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of mainland England. The Town of Cowes is internationally famed for the Cowes Week sailing regatta held annually in August. The terraced streets of the town come alive with the Global sailing set and the Solent becomes a shimmering sea of sails. Cowes is divided by the River Medina into East Cowes and West Cowes. The two are joined by a floating bridge which transports cars and foot passengers. Queen Victoria and Prince Albert loved East Cowes so much that they built a royal palace there. Osborne House which is open to the public, lies just south of Cowes.


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The Caledon Guest House


Cowes
Tel: 01983 293599
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The Caledon is a family run bed and breakfast in Cowes on the beautiful Isle of Wight. We offer modern, comfortable accommodation, tasty, filling breakfasts and friendly service. Our lovely old guest house has a modern feel, with original floorboards, high ceilings and lots of Victorian features....

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The Havelock


Shanklin
Tel: 01983 862747
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The Havelock was originally built in the 1860's as a gentlemanís residence and is in a fantastic position in the heart of Shanklin overlooking the sea. Dave and Ann Bunney hope to make your stay a memorable experience. We offer 22 bedrooms, all of which are en-suite with digital TV's, hairdryers...




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