Photo by The Bugle Coaching Inn
If you would rather stay ashore than afloat on your boat, you can be assured of plenty of accommodation choices in Yarmouth, West Wight and the wider Island with a multitude of hotels, B&Bs, holiday parks and self-catering cottages to suit all tastes.
In And Around Yarmouth
Fort Victoria Cottages
Fort Victoria Cottages were built 160 years ago to house officers from Fort Victoria, once part of the Island’s coastal defences and now home to a tea shop and a number of interesting attractions.
Jireh House is an impressive 17th Century building located in the heart of Yarmouth. Rich in history, it once formed part of the town hall.
Kings Manor Farm
Kings Manor Farm has several spacious and comfortable self-catering holiday cottages, situated in rural grounds on the beautiful Yar Estuary, between Yarmouth and Freshwater.
Medlars B&B was originally a stone thatched barn and is now a comfortable B&B with plenty of character and a high standard of accommodation. Just 15 minutes walk to Yarmouth town centre.
The Bugle Coaching Inn
The Bugle Coaching Inn is a charming 16th century free house inn in the heart of Yarmouth’s market square and a stone’s throw from the harbour with great hospitality and en-suite accommodation.
The George Hotel
The George Hotel is a 17th Century townhouse enjoying a spectacular location nestling on the water’s edge between Yarmouth Castle and Pier in bustling Yarmouth Harbour.
The Sunday School
The Sunday School is a restored Methodist Chapel, built in 1828. It is now a comfortable, tranquil, fully equipped self-catering home in Yarmouth town and just 100 yards from the pretty harbour.
Tovah is a wonderful, terraced cottage full of character. The cottage is a Grade II Listed Building overlooking the Solent and is one of the oldest buildings in Yarmouth, dated circa 1550.
Blue Chip Holidays has over 60 holiday properties on the Isle of Wight.
Holidaycottages.co.uk offer a variety of holiday cottages near Yarmouth Harbour and across the Isle of Wight, perfect for those looking to visit from further afield.
Visit Isle of Wight, the official tourism website, has more accommodation listings.