Warner - Bembridge Coast Hotel


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  • Enjoy a great break to the beautiful Isle of Wight
  • Explore this stunning island with a scenic drive
  • Take a trip to Victorian Ryde
  • Turkey and Tinsel Break

Soak up the Isle of Wight’s beautiful scenery, exploring this splendid island at leisure and enjoying two included excursions. We’ll have plenty to take in during our break, as we enjoy a getaway at Warner’s Bembridge Coast Hotel.
From our ideal location in the charming village of Bembridge, we’ll explore the island with a scenic drive. Sit back, relax and see the sights during our drive, as we take in many places of interest along the way. Our next excursion will take us to seaside Ryde, famous for its Victorian heritage. Enjoy walks along the town’s picturesque seafront and take in its glorious gardens, for which it’s famous.

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Bembridge Coast

Few hotels on the Isle of Wight offer a finer setting or more stunning views of the Solent than Bembridge Coast Hotel. It combines comfort and a relaxed atmosphere with a wide range of activities.

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The Local Area

Included Excursions

Island Tour

Enjoy our relaxing excursion today, as we take a leisurely scenic drive around the island, stopping at places of interest along the way.


Jaunt to Ryde

The resort of Ryde grew as a major Victorian seaside resort in the 19th century and has retained much of its traditional charm. With its attractive esplanade and bustling marina offering fantastic views across the Solent it’s easy to see why so many famous names have called this town home and why it’s said to be the inspiration for the Beatles song ‘Ticket to Ride’.