It’s Bestival time!

It’s time for the Bestival!

 

Newport Quay Guest House, situated in Newport on the Isle of Wight, is in an ideal location for those who seek a place to rest their head in peace whilst still a stone’s throw from the town centre. The Guest House is a very quaint little retreat set in the backdrop of the more historical parts of Newport, with some local buildings providing architectural interest due to their 17th century origins.

 

So with Bestival around the corner, for those of who are lucky enough to be going, why not check out one last room we have to offer! Often a favourite of guests who have stayed, due to its location within our Newport Quay Guest House, the Attic Room can cater to 4 people. With all of our other rooms being booked, this room would be ideal for a group of four friends or a family who are going to Bestival.

Just a 5 minute walk from Newport bus station, our guest house is an ideal place to rest your head. So for those who don’t fancy a few nights in a chilly tent and an aching back in the morning, why not book our last room before it’s too late – so you can party in style but sleep well in comfort!

With the number 8 bus from Newport bus station being the nearest bus stop to the Bestival site, staying with us at Newport Quay Guest House will not only mean you will discount from not having to pay for taxi’s to and from the Bestival but you are also only a 2 minute walk from Newport town centre.

In the town centre are restaurants such as Pizza Hut, Wetherspoons and more convenient food outlets like McDonalds and KFC. As well as restaurants there are shops in which you can purchase festival gear for Bestival such as wellies, coats and torches (and other festival gear).

So in an ideal location, a stone’s throw from the town centre and a short walk to the bus station – book our last room available here at Newport Quay Guest House, available for Friday 5th, Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th of September.

 

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