The Crown Hotel

Inn in Ryde, Isle of Wight

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St Thomas Square
Ryde
Isle of Wight
England
PO33 2PJ

The Crown Hotel, Ryde

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The team at The Crown would like to welcome you to their traditional English Inn located in the heart of Ryde, to a bar which is popular with locals and visitors alike. A comfortable pub with something for everyone, great nights out, great place to stay, with everything you need.

The Inn has 13 comfortable rooms providing guest accommodation. (All payments required by credit card on arrival or at time of booking). Our clean modern restaurant is open for breakfast, morning coffees and lunches, from 10am: Children are welcome until 5.00pm.

The Crown is a firm favourite with sports fans, as we have 2 projector screens, and 5 HD TV’s situated around the bar area. All our bedrooms also benefit from TV’s for watching Sky Sports, we also have a free pool table and 2 Vegas style poker tables for customer use. There is a traditional circular bar, which is the centre of the ground floor, where we serve 9 different draft lagers.

a selection of quality wines and a good selection of real ales. During summer months you can enjoy the sunshine and watch the hustle and bustle of Union Street pass you by in our outside seating area or enjoy peace and tranquility in the courtyard garden at the rear. The pub was built in the early 1800’s and retains much of its Georgian charm, but with modern facilities to cater for tourist, locals and business people alike.

The Crown stands in the heart of Ryde’s town with plenty of small shops as well as well known high street stores to choose from. Ryde is known as the gateway to the Island; and The Crown is within 5 minutes walking distance from the Southern Vectis Bus Station, Wightlink’s Fastcat, and Hover Craft which takes only 10 minutes to get from Southsea to Ryde. The beautiful Ryde sands are just at the bottom of union street and meander round the coast towards Bembridge, with fantastic beaches, parks, children's play areas and cafes.

Ryde offers everything you could wish for, with every seaside amenity on offer.

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