Medina Post Office
7 York Street Cowes
Isle of Wight
Contact: Phill & Ruth Gardiner
Tel: 01983 292665
£45 per room (up tp two people) - £60 per room (up tp two people) except Cowes Week per night Other Currency
Sleeps Up To 4
Medina Post Office Grading : 3
Children Allowed : welcome
Pets Allowed : enquire
Smoking Policy : NOT permitted inside residence
Alcohol License : sorry, no sales
Parking Available : present
Wheelchair Access : sorry, no wheelchair access
Medina Post Office Cowes - Sailing, Cycling, Walking
Medina Post Office
A small, comfortable B&B with a big welcome. One en-suite twin and one double room with private shower room available. TV, hot drink facilities and central heating in both rooms.
Cowes in the home of UK yachting and we are close to all facilioties, the town and the ferries from the mainland. The island is also famous for it's walks and cycle rides. We are close to national route 23 and can hire you a bicycle on-site.
Nearby is Osborne House, Queen Victoria's house on the island, the Tank Museum, Isle of Wight Steam Railway and all the othe Isle of Wight attractions. Comprehensive local bus service.
One twin and one double room plus newly refurbished Shower room
Entrance via No 7 (not the Post Office) gives you 24 hour access
50m from Shepherds Wharf boat yard (now under redevelopment)
300m from Floating Bridge
500m from Town Centre
Prices from £45* per room per night B&B
Phone 01983 292665 / 01983 247349 (International +44 983 292665)
Fax 01983 292665 (International +44 1983 292665)
or e-mail for bookings or more details
Full English Breakfast or Continental breakfast included.
Tea and Coffee making facilities plus TV and central heating in your room
Friendly personal service
Bedrooms are no-smoking only
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