Enjoy a bespoke romantic short break on the Isle of Wight courtesy of Visit Isle of Wight and Style of Wight Magazine.
Enter our unique competition and you could enjoy a two-night bed and breakfast stay at the Hambrough, a luxury boutique bed and breakfast overlooking the sea in Ventnor.
As part of your romantic spring break you’ll be able to enjoy some great Isle of Wight attractions like the spectacular Ventnor Botanic Gardens and a visit to Osborne, the holiday home to two of the Island’s most famous lovers, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
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With its quintessentially English countryside and warmer climate (last year we recorded more hours of sunshine than the rest of the UK), the Isle of Wight is a fantastic wedding or party location if you’re looking to stay in the UK but improve your chances of celebrating on a sunny day!
Rock up at the chalky coast for a harsh but beautiful backdrop, or head to the sandy shores of east Wight for a traditional seaside celebration. If you’d rather stay inland, rent a beautiful barn and adorn it with bunting for a touch of country rustic chic!
Whatever the celebration, the Isle of Wight can provide you with the setting and services you require to make your celebration the most memorable day ever!
It’s a nice day for a Wight wedding! Why not consider the Island as the location for the most important day of your life? With its hugely varied landscape, the Isle of Wight can offer the perfect backdrop that’s sure to please the pickiest of couples!
Get ready for your big day at one of the fantastic places to stay across the Island before heading to the church or registry office. With so many unique places to stay (how about a luxurious treehouse?), B&Bs and hotels, you’ll have no trouble finding the right accommodation to suit your style.
If you’re looking for a venue to hold your reception at, take a look at the list below and see what takes your fancy. The Isle of Wight offers a range of historic wedding venues, modern hotels with views across the water and luxurious five-star hotels that boast award-winning restaurants.
For information about getting married at the registry office, please view the council’s rules and regulations here.
Looking to spend your honeymoon here? The Isle of Wight is famed for its laid back atmosphere, so why not take the time to relax and unwind as newlyweds with a glass of bubbly, looking out to sea from your hotel balcony. Find out more on our Honeymoons page.
Whether you’re looking for a venue for a stag or hen do, a party venue for your employees or a place to celebrate a special family birthday, the Isle of Wight might just be the place you’ve been searching for.
We’ve got a range of restaurants and pubs with rooms that can be hired to suit many different group sizes, as well as hotels where you can book a room after so there’s no need to hire a taxi!
Take a look at our explore section to pick an area of the Island you’d like to visit, then take a look at the venues available in that area. However, seeing as the Isle of Wight is pretty small (only 25 x 13 miles) it’s not going to cost too much for a taxi if your party venue and accommodation are a short distance apart, as nowhere is too far!
Keep scrolling to view a list of venues on the Isle of Wight which cater for weddings and parties. Once you’ve found a venue you like, please get in touch with the venue directly (or view their own website) to find out more about the services they offer.
Some of the fantastic images on this page were taken by Jason Swain, a local Isle of Wight photographer. If you'd like to find out more about his work, please click here to get in touch with Jason directly or click here to find out about his wedding photography services and to see more of his work.
Some of Jason's photography was taken for Isle of Wight Pearl, who have recently become a pop up wedding venue. Being set on the Island's stunning coastline, Isle of Wight Pearl is a fantastic backdrop for your big day. To find out more about weddings at Isle of Wight Pearl, click here.
For more information about visiting the Isle of Wight, including accommodation, things to do and where the best places to eat and drink are, click on the buttons below to start your search.
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The Harrow Lodge Hotel is in a prime location on the cliff tops, offering superb sea views. The ideal spot to relax and enjoy our fully licensed bar/lounge decking and tea gardens.
Escape the hustle and bustle of 21st century living in this truly relaxing, peacefully located spa hotel on the beautiful Isle of Wight.
The Seaview Hotel is situated adjacent to the sea in the picturesque sailing village of Seaview, on the North East coast of the Isle of Wight.
Originally built in 1870 as the Summer Palace for the Bishop of Portsmouth this lovely family run hotel commands magnificent views of the bay with direct access to the beach and the Old Village of Shanklin and yet is away from traffic.
The hotel offers excellent value with attractive En-suite Rooms. Sea View Rooms available, Good Food, Full English Breakfast, and Entertainment five nights a week. Indoor Heated Pool - Sauna - Solarium - Exceptional Service and Quality
The Royal is recognised as the Island's largest premier hotel. Originally built as a coaching house in 1832, the main hotel is nestled into exotic south facing gardens overlooking Ventnor's stunning coastline.
On arrival you'll find yourself in...
The "award-winning" Brunswick Hotel is one of the premier hotels in Shanklin, and has unsurpassable views over Shanklin and Sandown Bay. The hotel is superbly situated on the famous Keats Green.
Sentry Mead is a beautiful Victorian Country House set amidst the tranquil surroundings of West Wight. With its own spacious gardens, many easily accessible walks and the beach just a two minute walk away, it is a perfect place to relax.
Family run hotel with lovely views of the bay. Outdoor heated pool, pool table, Beauty room & table tennis.
B&B and Half Board available.
Winners of IOW Radio People's People award and Trip Advisors Traveller's Choice.
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The Eversley Hotel was originally built as a gentleman’s residence in 1873 has been in our family since 1964. Over the years we have built a reputation for our quality cuisine and friendly attentive staff offering...
The seventy room Royal Esplanade Hotel is a listed building pleasantly situated, facing the Solent, in the centre of the attractive sea-side town of Ryde.
Lakeside Park Hotel (AA 4 stars) is a new luxurious hotel located in Wootton.
Our family run establishment offers that little bit more with an added touch of personal service. In a central location, near to the Old Village, cliff walk, town centre, chine and sandy beaches.
Located on the stunning seafront esplanade of Shanklin, we are proud to invite you to join us for your holiday in the Isle of Wight.
Popular with both families and groups alike, the Sands is the perfect place for your fun filled holiday. Swim, laze or play on Sandown's long, sandy beach right opposite the hotel or just relax by our own poolside. Local family run Hotel.
Standing in its own spacious grounds, the Malton House Hotel commands one of Shanklin's finest locations. Just moments away you can enjoy the exhilarating cliff top walks overlooking the bay.
The Wheatsheaf Hotel, originally a coaching inn dating back to the 17th century, is situated in the centre of Newport.
The Medehamstede Hotel is a Victorian building with plenty of character and offers a homely comfortable stay.
The Curraghmore Hotel is situated 150 metres from the beach and a short walk from Shanklin town and Old Village, offering Bed & Breakfast or Half Board accommodation and has its own private car park.
3 Church Road, SHANKLIN OLD VILLAGE
Hotel providing accommodation, Carvery restaurant, Sizzlers restaurant and Piano Bar.