Dorset House

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31 Dover Street
Isle of Wight
PO33 2BW

Dorset House, Ryde

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Accommodation Description:

23 bedroom bed and breakfast only establishment situated in the centre of Ryde but away from the hustle and bustle of Union Street. We are a three star guest accommodation establishment and have a large FREE off road car park at the rear of the hotel. we currently have an outdoor swimming pool in operation from May to Middle of September.

The hotel is licensed for hotel residents only. There are numerous restaurants cafes and bars within walking distance of the bed and breakfast. we can also offer discounted rates for the car ferry crossings to the island.

Open all year except for the Christmas and New year period. Current owners have been established at the Dorset for 12 years.

 3 star rating

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