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Fountain Inn 2 Stars

High Street, Cowes, PO31 7AW Show on map  0.3 miles from Cowes
Score 8.1 from 264 reviews
Fountain Inn
Phone: +44 (0)1983 292397Online booking and availability
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Single£45.00
Double£45.00
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The Union Inn 

Watch House Lane, Cowes, PO31 7QH Show on map  0.15 miles from Cowes
Score 8.7 from 212 reviews
The Union Inn
Phone: +44 (0)1983 293163Online booking and availability
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Single£99.00
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Crossways House Bed and Breakfast 3 Stars

Crossways Road, Osborne, Cowes, PO32 6LJ Show on map  1.63 miles from Cowes
Score 9.6 from 56 reviews
Crossways House Bed and Breakfast
Phone: +44 (0)1983 298282Online booking and availability
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Single£80.00
Double£125.00
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Cowes, located on the Isle of Wight, is also frequently known as West Cowes. This seaside town is popular with those who enjoy sailing as the area is renowned for sport. The world's oldest regular regatta, Cowes Week, takes place during the first week of August. Powerboat races are also held later in the summer in the local area. Visitors will find there are ample accommodation options in the area, although it is wise to book well in advance of the popular summer season. There are also plenty of dining establishments located in Cowes as well as throughout the rest of the island.

The English seaport town of Cowes is located within the area of the Isle of Wight that is an island of the southern coast of Southampton. The town of Cowes is situated on the western banks of the River Medina looking eastwards towards the town of East Cowes.

The town of Cowes and East Cowes is linked by the floating bridge of Cowes and also the ferry links. The town of Cowes has a population of about fifteen thousand eight hundred and twenty nine.

The town of Cowes is very well known for its sailing. Cowes castle is famous for being the home for the royal yacht squadron that is known all over the world and this clubs is ranked amongst the most elite clubs in the world.

The town gives its name to the oldest regatta in the world that is held on a regular basis and the regatta is known as Cowes Week. Cowes Week takes place n the first week of August.

A lot of the architecture within the town is still influenced by the very distinctive styles that originated with Prince Albert.

Both the towns of East Cowes and Cowes are centred on the design of marine craft and buildings. The towns are also associated with items that are associated with boat making. Nowadays the largest employers within the town include Insyte and this company is located at the site of the former Somerton Aerodrome located on the Newport Road in Cowes.

The population within the town dramatically increases during Cowes Week and this is one of the busiest times of the year for a lot of the businesses within the local area.

We hope you enjoy your stay in one of our cheap Cowes hotels, mid range or luxury Cowes hotels.
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