Bed and Breakfasts

The Hermitage Bed & Breakfast, Totland Bay, Isle of Wight

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David and Jane Blake welcome you to The Hermitage, Isle of Wight. A bed and breakfast offering friendly, homely, family accommodation in a quiet rural setting to enjoy beautiful sea views and coastal walks.

The Hermitage is a Victorian house built in 1880, having the same coat of arms as The Hermitage in St Petersberg, Russia.

We welcome our guests with a friendly service in an informal relaxed atmosphere and aim to make your stay special. The Hermitage provides the perfect base to unwind and explore the island!

Heritage Suite:
A double room having luxury four poster double bed.
This room has en suite shower and toilet and benefits from a private balcony, with sea views, overlooking the gardens.

Family Room:
A large room with a double bed and 2 single beds. Travel cot available.
Hand basin in the bedroom and a separate private bathroom.
Fridge and microwave oven for heating baby food.

Twin Room:
A good sized room with two single beds.
En suite toilet and shower.

Double Room:
With comfortable luxury double bed.
En suite toilet and shower facility.

Twin Room:
Large twin en suite room.
Benefits from having a settee and coffee table.
En suite bathroom (Bath, shower over the bath, basin & toilet).

Double Room:
A comfortable room double bed.
En suite shower & toilet facility.

Between October and Easter we are pleased to offer evening meals served in our cosy dining room. You can then relax whilst your coffee is served in the lounge.

We have Summer and Winter Offers, please ask for details.

3 Star AA.

Contact Name: David & Jane Blake
Telephone: 01983 752518
Email: [email protected]
Features: Off street parking, Garden, Children welcome, Golf nearby, Coast nearby, Walks nearby, Cycle paths nearbyStar Rating:
Special Offers: None at the moment.
Prices: Please contact for pricing information

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