Visit Bembridge and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Bembridge, Isle of Wight, with its harbour and bay, lies below Bembridge Down and is the most easterly village on the island. To the North lie St Helen's marshes. Yachting gives the place its character and the Bembridge Sailing Club, on the Toll Road with a fine clubhouse, is one of the most important in southern England. At Lane End is the lifeboat station.
Whitecliff Bay and the Culver, favoured by picnickers, are where the glistening white chalk cliff meets other formations of interest to the geologist. On the Down is the Yarborough Obelisk, a monument to the 1st earl of the name, who was also the first commodore of the Royal Yacht Squadron. The road to Sandown, 5½ miles away, offers splendid views.
Bembridge Windmill (National Trust) has l8th-century wooden machinery.
Nearby towns: Ryde, Sandown, Seaview
Nearby villages: Alverstoke, Alverstone, Arreton, Ashey, Bembridge, Blackwater, Brading, Bridgemary, Cowes, East Cowes, East Wittering, Eastney, Fleetland, Gosport, Haven Street, Hayling Island, Hill Head, Hilsea, Horringford, Lee-on-the-Solent, Merstone, Newport, Niton, North Hayling, Northwood, Osborne, Portsmouth, Rookley, Shanklin, Shide, South Hayling, Southsea, St. Helens, St. Lawrence, Ventnor, West Itchenor, West Thorney, West Wittering, Whippingham, Wootton Bridge, Wroxall
Have you decided to visit Bembridge or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Bembridge bed and breakfast (a Bembridge B&B or Bembridge b and b)
- a Bembridge guesthouse
- a Bembridge hotel (or motel)
- a Bembridge self-catering establishment, or
- other Bembridge accommodation