Welcome to Homelea Bed & Breakfast
A welcoming bed and breakfast in Brighstone on the Isle of Wight
Our B&B is an ideal base for walking, cycling or touring. Brighstone village is situated in the scenic, rural ‘West Wight’. The Isle of Wight coast, downs, and forest are all within walking distance as are a number of places to eat and drink.
We have lived on the Isle of Wight for most of our lives and enjoy advising and helping our bed and breakfast guests to plan their visit and make the most of their time in Brighstone and the local area.
Surrounded by the glorious Isle of Wight countryside, Brighstone Village is within an AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). In addition, there are National Trust properties to visit such as Mottistone Manor and its gardens. Just minutes away and also managed by the National Trust, the coastline is famous for its dinosaur fossils, geology and shipwrecks.
We offer secure storage for bikes. For guests arriving on foot and staying for a number of nights, we would be happy to collect from the bus station in Newport. There is a bus stop nearby and service of about 6 buses per day in each direction. We have ample off road parking for guests arriving by car.
Guests are more than welcome to relax in and enjoy our beautiful garden. We have a comfortable breakfast room which leads onto the veranda where breakfast can be taken on sunny mornings. A cooked breakfast is offered as well as yoghurt, fresh fruit, cereal, toast, preserves, fruit juice, tea and coffee. Vegetarians are well catered for. Please let us know in advance if you have any other specific dietary requirements.
Our bedrooms have tea and coffee making facilities, a TV, hairdryer, and access to free Wi-Fi.
We are pleased to be able to offer 15% discount codes for the Southampton to East Cowes Red Funnel Car Ferry. Please enquire about this at the time of booking.
We are proud to be AirBnB Superhosts and to have been awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2017, 2018 and 2019.
We look forward to meeting you –
Mike and Helen