The Stag – Isle of Wight Review
The Stag – Isle of Wight Review – Welcome to The Stag quality dining and accommodation located in the heart of the Island. Check-in commences at 3.00 pm daily last check in 9.00 pm. Check out 10.30 am. With attentive service and a relaxing atmosphere we pride ourselves on fine dining in a pub environment. We have an extensive wine selection and superb real ales you can enjoy a chilled glass of wine in the bar area or in the garden area. We use local produce whilst creating meals for the restaurant. With local fresh fish dishes a daily specials board vegetarian options a smaller appetites menu and traditional pub favourites there are many options available to suit all tastes with a selection of mouth watering desserts on offer. With four en-suite rooms available including one twin two doubles and one single room providing modern and stylish accommodation with a homely feel. Each of our rooms have flat screen televisions with FreeView and a DVD player alarm clocks with I-Pod docks a hair dryer and a complementary tea and coffee tray. Newport is situated in the centre of the Island and is the county town of the Isle of Wight. This bustling town was built around the River Medina and is a popular shopping destination for both locals and tourists. As well as a array of shops which include both major chain stores and unique Island retail outlets Newport boasts a wonderful mix of pubs bars caf_s and restaurants as well as a cinema multiplex theatres galleries and museums. A weekly farmers market is held every Friday at St Thomas Square in the centre of Newport where you will find fantastic fresh local produce on sale. Newport is also home to two great music festivals the first in June at Seaclose Park for the Isle of Wight Festival and the second in June at Robin Hill Country Park in September. The Island beaches are amongst the best in the world boasting 14 award winners. So relax or explore you can do it all at The Stag.
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Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout;Car parking available onsite;Restaurant;Iron And Board In Each Room;Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas;Bar
A3020 – Road: Enter Newport on A3020 (Medina Way) and exit off the slip road signposted Quay and Town Centre br/ br/ Fishbourne Ferry Terminal – Boat: From the Fishbourne Car Ferry terminal exit the car park and turn right follow the road to the traffic lights and then turn right onto the main road to Newport. Continue on this road (A3054) until you reach Newport and take the slip road onto the dual carriage way signposted to Cowes (A3020). Keep going straight on past St Mary s Hospital on the right staying on the A3020 and into Horsebridge Hill. Continue up the hill and you will see The Stag on the right hand side on the corner. br/ br/ East Cowes Ferry Terminal – Boat: Start out on ferry road and continue until you reach the roundabout. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit signposted Ryde Newport. (A3021) Continue along until you reach a T-Junction then turn left onto the A3021. (Signposted Ryde Newport) At the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A3021 signposted Newport. Continue on at the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A3054 signposted Newport. Then take the slip road onto the dual carriageway continue on and turn off on Stag Lane. br/ br/ Ryde Foot Passenger Ferries – Boat: If arriving on foot from Ryde take the number 9 bus to Newport and then change to a number 1 bus to Cowes. Ask to get off at The Stag. Taxis are available along the seafront at Ryde. br/ br/ Cowes Foot Passenger Ferry – Boat: If arriving on foot from Cowes you will need to get on the number 1 bus to Newport ask to get off at The Stag. Taxis are available outside the ferry terminal.
Prices From £99 TO £120