Bed and Breakfast Isle of Wight Cowes
The Isle of Wight has a great deal to offer to visitors, with a rich cultural heritage, beautiful scenery and numerous other attractions. If you're planning on visiting the island, you'll want to enjoy a base that's comfortable, relaxing and friendly - and Endeavour House in Cowes can offer everything you need for the perfect Isle of Wight stay.
Our luxury bed & breakfast is a charming and friendly place to stay, located in a beautiful Victorian house and offering luxury accommodation for visitors to Cowes. Each of our spacious three double bedrooms can also be configured as a twin, and every bedroom has its own private en-suite.
At Endeavour House, you'll enjoy free on-site parking, saving you the hassle of the tricky hunt for a parking space, especially during peak season. Wi-Fi is available throughout the house, and we're known for our amazing breakfasts, cooked fresh to order with a choice of dishes available.
Endeavour House is only a five-six minute walk from Cowes High Street, and a seven-eight minute walk from the Red Jet passenger ferry. You can reach us by car via the Red Funnel ferry to East Cowes or the Wightlink ferry to Fishbourne, and there are also ferries operating between Yarmouth and Lymington and Ryde and Portsmouth.
Things to do in Cowes
The seaport town of Cowes is a haven of activity - and not just during the Round the Island Race in July and Cowes Week in August! It's home to a great variety of shops, from designer brands to independent local outlets, as well as restaurants, cafes, bars and art galleries to suit all tastes and budgets. The Shepards Wharf Marina and the Cowes Yacht Haven are perfect mooring points for boat owners, and the High Street is home to chandleries that serve every boating need.
Those with an interest in history will enjoy visiting the two local English Heritage sites: Queen Victoria's holiday home Osborne House in East Cowes, and the beautiful Carisbrooke Castle, just outside Newport.
Endeavour House in Cowes is the ideal base from which to explore the many attractions of the rest of the Isle of Wight, which offers stunning villages, charming small towns and some truly beautiful countryside and coastlines.
From the steam railway at Havenstreet to Ventnor's botanical gardens, the garlic farm in Newchurch to the Robin Hill Country Park in Downend, there's something for everyone.
Keen walkers can enjoy both coastal and rural trails that include the Cowes to Newport Red Squirrel Trail, as well as the Tennyson Down and Mottistone Down to the west of the island. Cycle paths can be found all over the island, and there's a huge amount of choice for lovers of watersports, fishing and golf.
Natural attractions include The Needles and its lighthouse, with a chairlift to the beach, and the stunning Alum Bay. There are also plenty of events, from sailing events to the annual Isle of Wight Festival which is held in June.
A holiday on the Isle of Wight offers a diverse choice of activities and experiences...we look forward to welcoming you soon!