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We regularly dine at Yelf's Hotel in the evening. The food isn't gourmet or pretentious, but it is fresh, hot, tasty, good quality and value for money. The staff are friendly and helpful and the atmosphere is friendly and relaxed. Worth a visit
This was our second visit to the Isle of Wight staying at this hotel. What a lovely place to stay, staff are very helpful and friendly, rooms are clean and comfortable and the food is excellent. The hotel reflects the nature of the island, a...More
Stayed here on Saturday. Welcomed by friendly staff that could not do enough for you. Room was lovely, clean and well presented. Breakfast was amazing. Plenty on the plate and of good quality. Would highly recommend. Served by Nikki at the bar who was very...More
Friendly and clean and helpful staff. Would stay again, very central very good place for visiting Ryde. Decor a little tired yet charming. The room directions a little confusing yet you get used to it.
Yelfs is situated right in the centre of Ryde . I booked a family room on two occasions . The rooms are large .clean and comfortable .The hotel has a welcoming atmosphere. A plentiful buffet breakfast is provided . My family come to the IOW...More
There is a car park, but it is round the block. Initially when you get there there is limited waiting on street parking in Union Street ( this can get busy as it is the popular street in Ryde). But park up and book in and... More
There is a car park, but it is round the block. Initially when you get there there is limited waiting on street parking in Union Street ( this can get busy as it is the popular street in Ryde). But park up and book in and they will then give you a sticker for your car window and give you directions. They own another block of apartments opposite the main Yelfs and the parking is behind this ( you get a door code) and you then walk back via the other building.