Comfy double en-suite rooms with crisp white linen and duvet, tea and coffee making facilities and complimentary WiFi.
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Type Pub B&B
£59 - £104 per room per night
The hotel overlooks the Ryde Esplanade and Harbour with views across the Solent and is located 100 yards from the beach.
The majestic Ryde Castle is a former Victorian manor ideally located on Ryde seafront overlooking the picturesque marina. The newly refurbished bedrooms are all en-suite with flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities and free Wi-Fi. Some of the bedrooms benefit from spectacular sea views across the Solent and beyond. The Hotel also features a lift, fully accessible rooms and external ramps.
The Ryde Castle has a beautiful restaurant and bar patio area so you can enjoy a relaxing drink and a meal whilst taking in the wonderful views and sea air. Ryde Castle is accessible from all major transport links, both the hovercraft and catamaran services that link the Isle of Wight with Portsmouth and Southsea are only a short walk from the hotel and with ample parking available free of charge it makes Ryde Castle hotel the perfect choice whilst visiting the Isle of Wight.
Please note that the prices listed are guide rates only and are subject to change.
Our cosy superior en-suite rooms offer larger rooms allowing you to sit back and relax, with a larger bed with crisp white linen and duvets, tea and coffee making facilities, LED TV's and complimentary WiFi.
Comfy double en-suite rooms with stunning views over the sea, with crisp white linen and duvet, tea and coffee making facilities and complimentary WiFi.
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