We've found 5 dog friendly B&Bs in the Isle of Wight.
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Newnham FarmNewnham Lane, Binstead, Isle of Wight PO33 4ED
T: 01983 882423
www: Newnham Farm
Award-winning adult only guest house set in a 350 acre working farm surrounded by beautiful countryside and woodland. The 17th century farmhouse has an extensive garden and duck pond and guests can be assured of peace and quiet.
Dogs are not allowed in the bedrooms but may stay in the kitchen in a travel cage.
No. 9 Binstead HillNo.9, Binstead Hill, Binstead, Ryde, Isle of Wight PO33 3RR
T: 01983 611288
www: No. 9 Binstead Hill
One light South facing, first floor twin bedroom at the back of the house. Dogs are welcome, there are two already in the house! There is a fenced park opposite with dog bin.
Dogs are allowed in bedrooms. Dogs may be left unattended in bedrooms. Dogs may accompany owners at breakfast. Gardens are available for dog toileting.
The Sandhill6 Hill Street, Sandown, Isle of Wight PO36 9DB
T: 01983 403635
www: The Sandhill
Spacious property situated in a pleasant residential area of Sandown, close to the beach, town centre and railway station. Children are made to feel very welcome.
Dogs are allowed in bedrooms.
Hayes Barton7 Highfield Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight PO37 6PP
T: 01983 867747
www: Hayes Barton
Family run guest house in a quiet area, only 5 minutes walk from the old village and 15 minutes from the beach and promenade. The miles of coastal walks that are close to the guest house and a nearby park are perfect if you are visiting with your dog.
Dogs are welcome in bedrooms. There is a charge of £4 per dog per night or £25 per week per dog. There is a maximum of 2 dogs per room.
Heatherleigh Guest House17 Queens Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight PO37 6AW
T: 01983 862503
www: Heatherleigh Guest House
A warm welcome, hospitality, comfort and a great breakfast await you at this family run bed and breakfast. Situated close to Blue Flag beaches, thatched villages and scenic coastal paths.
Small dogs are very welcome