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Anchorage Guest House

REF NR: 3014

The Detached Edwardian House, with residents parking is ideally situated for the Marinas, Water Front and the wide variety of Restaurants, Shops and Yacht Clubs to be found in the Charming Old Town of Cowes. Anchorage guest house after extensive renovations now offers a high standard of accommodation to all our visitors. We have 4 comfortable and attractively decorated bedrooms all with new en-suite shower rooms, let as doubles, twins or family rooms to suit your requirements. Additionally the Family Bedroom has its own spacious Bathroom. All rooms in Anchorage guest house are freshly decorated and furnished to offer attractive and comfortable sleeping accommodation. During your stay you will be able to choose from our varied menu served in our sunny breakfast room. You can enjoy the Yachtman's Hearty Breakfast or Vegetarian options. Let us know in advance, when you book, if you have any special requirements so we can take care of. We operate a strict non-smoking policy. Please inform us about your estimated time of arrival, if before 5.00 p.m. so that we can be here to welcome you. On the day of departure we will kindly ask you to vacate your room before 10.30am. You can leave your luggage in the Lounge or in the Hall for later collection at a time to be arranged.

Acknowledged to be the hub of UK sailing and internationally renowned for Cowes Week, Little Britain, Commodores Cup and Admirals Regattas, this part of the Isle of Wight attracts yachting, power boating and cruising enthusiasts, with charter and bare boats available for holidays. We are easily reached by Ferry from Southampton with Red Jet docking in Cowes itself and Red Funnel in East Cowes, and from Portsmouth with Wight Link coming into near by Fishbourne or crossing from Lymington to Yarmouth. The attractive Town and Business Centre of Newport is approximately 3 miles south at the head of the Medina River. More information about Cowes and its sailing events or Newport you will find on Island Eye. The scenic beauty of the Island from rolling countryside to sandy beaches is ready to be explored by car, or as cycling or walking holidays. With over half its land mass designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and with a naturally mild climate, the Isle of Wight has been a popular holiday destination since Victorian times. Boasting award-winning beaches, unspoilt and spectacular scenery and a rich historical heritage, there are attractions, activities and adventures to suit visitors of all ages and nationalities. Discover picturesque villages, spectacular cliffs, downland, sandy beaches, rich farmlands, creeks, marshland, river valleys, and a rich diversity of wildlife, flora and fauna. Whether it’s a family holiday, an adventure holiday, or a holiday where you can simply relax, Isle of Wight has something for everyone.



 

Whether you are visiting the Isle of Wight for one of the many Festivals or Sailing Events, a family holiday or a relaxing weekend to visit the many attractions this beautiful island has to offer, you will always find a friendly welcome at the Anchorage.

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