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All reviewsceiling fanrecommend this hotelisle of wightthe hotel stafffriendly hotelopposite the beachcruise linerssea viewoverlooking the solentsea frontbottled waterrooms are comfortablepleasant staythree nightswedding partysunday lunchtown centre
What a lovely hotel, good location. Went for a 4 night coach trip. Very clean and very helpful staff. The food was out of this world. A big thank you to the staff for making it an enjoyable stay. Would definitely go back
Just returned from a 5 day break at this hotel which was excellent from start to finish. Room was very comfortable, food was delicious a very good choice either for breakfast or dinner.All the staff are so helpful polite smart and very obliging. Bottled water...More
I run a small holiday Company called Vision Getaways providing the over 50's with coach short breaks. We have just returned from a Mon to Fri break at the New Holmwood. I had a good feeling about this hotel as the booking process was very...More
Stayed here for 2 nights and was so delighted with the whole ambience and quality of this hotel. It looks dated from the front of the building but the room was modern and the provided amenities were lovely and homely. Menu choices were very good...More
Bathroom could have some much needed attention , clean but peeling paint on door & grout on tiles needs some work.merits a 2.
Hotel has many steps & fire doors so not ideal if you have any physical difficulties but staff happy to help. Plenty...More
Response from raggedjon55 | Reviewed this property |
There is an accessible room with a walk in shower and grab rails etc in the bathroom with an emergency call cord. I was put in this room for 3 nights W/E August 20th 2017 and I am able bodied. So if anyone was enquiring... More
There is an accessible room with a walk in shower and grab rails etc in the bathroom with an emergency call cord. I was put in this room for 3 nights W/E August 20th 2017 and I am able bodied. So if anyone was enquiring about an accessible room for those dates and were turned down, then that wasn't the case. (Isn't there a law about that? Discrimination?) It's room No.1, but beware, it's next to the kitchens, the public toilets, utility cupboards, access to other rooms and adjacent to the bar. Very noisy.