Isle of Wight -
Ryde is a British seaside town, civil parish and the most
populous town and urban area on the Isle of Wight, with a population
of approximately 27,000. It is situated on the north-east coast. The
town grew in size as a seaside resort following the joining of the
villages of Upper Ryde and Lower Ryde in the 19th century. The
influence of this era is still strongly visible in the town's
central and seafront architecture.
As a resort, the town is noted for its expansive sands that are
revealed at low tide, making its pier necessary on the wide beach
for a regular passenger service. Ryde Pier is a listed structure
which is the fourth longest pier in the United Kingdom, and also the
Fern Cottage Bed & Breakfast
Fern Cottage B&B offers a ´Wight Wonderful Welcome´ with friendly
Isle of Wight bed and breakfast accommodation in Ryde. We are just
five minutes from the shops and 10 minutes from the sea front with
its long sandy beach, hovercraft terminal, passenger ferry,
ice-skating rink, 10-pin bowling and night club.
Fern Cottage B&B is on a bus route to the Island´s forests, downs,
thatched villages and numerous excellent pubs and restaurants which
serve quality food. A hearty English breakfast is included in the
price, with continental or vegetarian option available. All bedrooms
at Fern Cottage B&B include colour TV and tea and coffee making
are close to a variety of restaurants.
Little Upton Barns
One of our cottages
Tel: 01983 563236
have the following high quality holiday cottages available all year
all with free WiFi.
Tithe Barn self-catering holiday accommodation sleeps six and
provides a peaceful and relaxed holiday home on the Isle of Wight.
Tithe Barn has glass picture windows in the bedrooms.
Old Byre self catering holiday accommodation sleeps six and
provides peaceful and relaxed quality accommodation on the Isle of
Wight. Old Byre has its own roof terrace with furniture.
The Cote Holiday Cottage is a beautifully presented converted
Cart House/Piggery/Dairy that is completely self-contained.
The Farmhouse is a listed 17th Century building restored to
its original charm with exposed timbers and inglenook fireplaces
providing cosy log fires in winter.
Little Upton Farm lies only 5 minutes by car from Ryde and 10
minutes from the Fishbourne Ferry Terminal and enjoys magnificent
views across a valley of mature parkland towards Culver and Ashey
Downs, with glimpses of the sea at Whitecliff and Yaverland Bay.
Sandy beaches within a short drive (nearest 2 miles). Sailing, golf,
fishing, riding, shops, restaurants and pubs within 2 miles (Ryde).
Seaview 3 miles. Perfect for family holidays on the Isle of Wight.
Lionstone House Apartments
Tel: 01983 563496
Welcome to Lionstone House on the Isle of Wight. We offer
self-catering holiday accommodation in a beautiful Victorian house
on Ryde seafront.
are situated on the Isle of Wight’s northern coast in the historic
town of Ryde. Being on the level ground of the Esplanade, adjacent
to the harbour and Ryde’s vast sandy beach and also close to
train/bus services to all parts of the Island makes it a very
suitable venue for visitors of all ages.
can enjoy the view, experience all the island has to offer, relax
and return home refreshed.
go to great lengths to ensure your stay with us is as comfortable
and trouble free as possible, and you can find out about our
extensive facilities on our website.
Ryde town, within easy walking distance, offers a wide variety of
good restaurants, bars and shops and there are also many amenities
on the seafront.