The George Hotel and Beach Club, Quay Street, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. PO41 0PE
T: +44 (0) 1983 760331 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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PLAN YOUR VISIT
Before You Arrive – We know you have only just made your booking but to ensure that you don’t miss out, we do ask that you confirm any dining, car parking, yoga classes, or spa treatments as soon as possible.
By Car and Ferry – Drive to Lymington Ferry Terminal using the postcode S041 5SB. Take the shortest and quickest car ferry crossing from Lymington to Yarmouth. Ferries run hourly and the crossing takes just 40 minutes. Tickets can purchased from wightlink.co.uk. If you would prefer to leave your car behind, you can travel as a foot passenger on the ferry and leave your car in the Pay and Display Carpark at Ferry Terminal.
By Private Boat Transfer: Private boat transfers can be arranged from Lymington Yacht Haven (Postcode: S041 3QD) to Yarmouth, subject to weather and availability. The hotel has its own Baja 38 powerboat which can take up to 8 passengers plus luggage. Prices available on request and please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
By Boat – Guest moorings or guest buoys are available at Yarmouth Harbour (call up on Channel 68 as you approach or ring 01983 760321). There is also a rib dock for quick and easy access.
By Train: Trains run regularly from London to Lymington Pier, which is right by the ferry terminal.
By Helicopter: Landing site can be arranged and is just one mile away from the hotel.
Upon Arrival – Please pull up at the front door and let us help unload and valet park your car for you whilst you check in.
Where To Go? There are a number of nearby attractions for you to discover. From family friendly Tapnell Farm, The Needles and the Monkey Haven to the historic Osborne House. Alternatively, hire a bike and take a ride around the island or arrange a boat trip and discover the beautiful beaches and bays the island has to offer. Take a look at our Island Life page.