Haytor Lodge has been a family-run guest house since the 1970s.
In August 2010 Linda & Stephen took over, moving from a busy life in London to a tranquil spot on the Isle of Wight.
Since running the guest house Linda & Stephen have spent time investing in and updating rooms and facilities to ensure guests have an enjoyable and comfortable stay.
In their free time, Linda & Stephen have explored the island and can recommend lots of places to visit and things to do during your stay at Haytor Lodge.
As well as Linda & Stephen, there are two other permanent residents Ozzy the cat, and Poppy the dog – – please ask if you would like to meet them. They are not allowed in the guest rooms.
Do not head for ‘Cliff Path’ or use our Post code as you are likely to go astray. We are actually accessed via a service road which is a continuation of Brownlow road found near the railway bridge at the bottom of Lake Hill. Use Postcode PO36 8PW
Trains run from Ryde Pierhead connecting to the mainland using Wightlink Passenger Ferry To Lake Station.On leaving Lake Station go down the steps and turn right onto the roadway, continue along this road parallel to the railway line for about 100 metres where you will find us.Through tickets from the mainland are available which include ferry crossing.Savings can be made by purchasing a railcard.
The island has a good bus network run by Southern VectisTo get to us travel to Lake Shops (bus numbers 2,3 or 8).When you get off the bus walk up the hill and turn down Heath RoadWalk to the end of this road, walk under the railway line using the subway and turn sharp right and walk along the road parallel to the railway line for about 100 Metres where you will find us.