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Welcome to The Woodvale

Address: 1 Princes Esplanade, Cowes, PO31 8LE

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With beautiful sea views from the esplanade in Cowes, The Woodvale provides stylish accommodation on the Isle of Wight’s northern coast. With a bar and restaurant offering fine dining, this hotel serves a full English breakfast and provides free Wi-Fi. Each room has an en suite bath or shower, with hairdryer and complementary toiletries. There is a flat-screen TV, iPod dock and tea and coffee facilities in all rooms at The Woodvale. A traditional English breakfast is served in the Solent Suite restaurant each morning. There is an extensive dinner menu and wine list, and an outdoor terrace with barbecue offers al fresco dining in warmer months. The Woodvale is a 7-minute drive from Cowes Maritime Museum, and Queen Victoria’s former home, Osborne House, is just across the River Medina. Newport, the island’s largest town, is a 12-minute drive away.

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Calshot Castle - Hampshire - Castle

Calshot Castle - Hampshire - Castle

Distance 3.5 miles (5.6 km)
This defence fort, built by Henry VIII to defend the sea passage to Southampton, was recently used as a Navy and RAF base.

Carisbrooke Castle - Isle of Wight - Castle

Carisbrooke Castle - Isle of Wight - Castle

Distance 5.1 miles (8.16 km)
Crowning a hilltop south of Newport, this castle was the dominant defensive position on the Isle of Wight for more than 600 years. With its keep, battlements and working well house Carisbrooke Castle is an exciting site for the whole family to explore.There was a Saxon presence here in the 7th century and a timber campaign fort in the late 11th century, while the curtain wall and keep were built after 1101. The present castle has existed on this site since 1100, when the island was granted to the de Redvers family. In 1293, the castle passed on to the crown and, when England came under threat from France and Spain, Carisbrooke became enormously significant in the defence of the realm. After the Spanish Armada passed alarmingly close in 1588, it was suspected that the Spanish might attempt to seize the island.