Looking for a place to stay in Newport? Then look no further than Waverley Inn, a charming inn that brings the best of Newport to your doorstep.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, and you can stay connected during your stay as Waverley Inn offers guests free wifi.
The inn features baggage storage. Plus, Waverley Inn offers a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Travellers looking to enjoy some fish and chips can head to The Blacksmiths, Stotesburys Fish And Chips, or Breeze. Otherwise, you may want to check out a cafe such as Caffe Isola, The Original Phil's Diner, or The Blue Door.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular parks such as Church Litten Park.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Waverley Inn as you experience everything Newport has to offer.
We have been regular guests at the Waverley Inn over the last few years. Julie, Tim and their team are always very welcoming and helpful and the food is lovely. They recently provided us with afternoon tea for a wake of 40 guests and the spread was delicious and plentiful.
Such a lovely place to stay. Great food, great hospitality and a very chilled out cat. The breakfast was delicious and plentiful. Tim’s mums homemade marmalade is a must and the vege lasagne was truly delish too. Thank you for a great time. See you again soon
From the moment I walked through the door, I was made to feel right at home by Tim, Julie and the whole team. Lots of thoughtful touches, from fresh milk in the fridge to a note advising on the quirks of the plumbing (you just have to give the hot water a minute to get to you from the boiler!). Nothing seemed to be too much trouble. My room was well-equipped, spacious and warm, and the pub is ideally located for exploring the island. Breakfast was excellent. This is a proper old school local, with lots of character (and lots of characters l!) good ale and a great pub food menu. And the best bit is, it’ll pretty quickly feel like your local!
This could be such a nice place if it wasn't for the unfriendly Landlord and whole building being covered in camera's, inside outside, by the entrance, the Carpark, outside seating area, even at the bottom of the stairs and near to the rooms...it made us feel like we were being watched the whole time, it made us very uncomfortable...all a bit weird. Why does the Landlord need to watch people going to their rooms? The beds are worn out and boy racers scream past the hotel until the early hours of the morning. If you check some of the GENUINE reviews further down ( we definitely don't believe the 5 star reviews, some of them clearly are not true) others have called the Landlord rude, obnoxious and full of his own self importance, which he is. We would also describe him as needlessly abrupt and any friendliness was shallow and insincere, he clearly has trust issues and this spoiled the stay for us. HIs wife on the other hand seemed quite friendly but he always stood between you and her or cut her out of conversations as if he didn't want us to speak to her...again it was all a bit weird. We would not stay here again unless they change the worn out mattresses and the unfriendly and weird Landlord and then I will try it again. But for now I cant recommend staying here. The Cameras are too intrusive, the beds worn out, the road too noisy and Landlord is horrible. On the upside the Breakfast Chef was Lovely otherwise we would have scored 1 star…
A really welcoming, old fashioned pub with a good range of real ales, including local ones and a goo d menu at outstanding prices. Where else now could you buy a really good Sunday lunch for £9.95? You could also order a large one for an extra £2 but it is really huge. The landlord and staff are extremely friendly and welcoming. It has a good atmosphere and is well used by locals - always a good sign.
We stayed here four nights. The landlord was very friendly and hospitable, providing us with a shared fridge and crockery and cutlery in case we wanted to have a takeaway in our room. When we asked about oat milk, he put a carton in the fridge for us. We also had access to the pub car park so parking was not a problem. On the Wednesday some free entertainment was provided (acoustic voice and guitar music) in a marquee behind the pub. We did have some issues though. The room itself was very small, with a small TV and cramped bathroom. Noise was sometimes a problem, as it was quite hot and our room was above the main road – so we had to choose between an open window letting in traffic noise and the drone of an air conditioning unit. Breakfast was OK except that they ran out of muesli after 2 days, and one day my wife found a stray hair in her fried breakfast. Catering in general is not a strong point of Carisbrooke. Unless you want to risk a pub meal at the Eight Bells down the road (not recommended) there is only one restaurant and that only opens Wednesday to Saturday.…
Tim and Julie, our hosts were attentive, nothing was too much trouble. I have stayed here a few times. It's a lovely old Victorian pub/ b and b . it was lovely to stay again. The food is great and if you staying, the breakfast is included and what a breakfast ! Lovely. Great selection of beers and gins and the music on Saturday was amazing. Jess White, pretty brilliant night of music in the marquee. All corvid safe. You won't be disappointed. I can't remember all the names apart from Tim and Julie but special mention to Jodie at the bar. Love the way they make your stay special.
I stayed at this inn for 3 nights this week. Travelling as a single but with my family I was given the single room which was all that was left. It was dark and sole less with a mix and miss match of old dark furniture and modern flat pack. The single bed mattress was in desperate need of replacement and I could only sleep on it with the duvet and a memory foam topper that I had taken along put on top of the mattress. The bed was placed right at the end of the room under the window and half way across the bathroom door, making entering the tiny shower room difficult and exiting dangerous. The only way to open the window or tilt the blind was to climb on the bed. Don’t book this room if you are elderly or have movement problems. On the plus side the staff were lovely and breakfast was superb. …
Tim and Julie at short notice managed to get myself and a work colleague in to stay at the Waverley inn , nothing is no trouble at all and they go above and beyond to help you out . Food is great and the the rooms are very clean and is a great place to stay . A big thanks to all involved at the Waverley especially Tim and Julie.
Only had time for two nights but received a warm welcome & arrived on folk night which was a good surprise, currently in a marquee outside. We felt well looked after regarding the covid situation, completed track/trace, one way in & out, table service and rooms 'self service' for collecting clean towels and beverage replenishment which suited us fine. We didn't eat there in the evenings but did have a couple of pints which were welcome after a day out. Brekky good (Tim's mum makes the marmalade). We always say if WE were local it would be OUR local. Looking forward to revisiting next year!