76 Union Street
Isle of Wight
Please visit our website at www.kasbahryde.com for all special offers!
- All Rooms En-Suite
- Colour TV in all Rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Hairdryer Available
- Ironing Facilities
- Sea View Rooms
- Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
- Vegetarians Catered For
Decorated with authentic pieces from Morocco and many other exotic locations, this popular cafe-bar & guest house is perfectly situated in the Victorian town of Ryde, Isle of Wight.
Kasbah's guest accommodation has nine beautiful, individually decorated guest bedrooms situated above our vibrant main bar. All are en-suite and a hospitality tray, daily services & a full cooked breakfast are included in the price of your stay. We are located just seconds away from miles of sprawling golden beach, the popular ice rink & bowling alley, the beautiful boating lake, amusements, fun fair, local shopping precinct, restaurants, local pubs, night clubs and all mainland & Island transport links.
Just writing to say thank you for a wonderful stay. Our room was beautiful, the food delicious and the staff were friendly, we could not have stayed anywhere better. Thank you, we look forward to staying again soon. x
´Very nice hotel...excellent rooms! Me and my friends enjoyed our stay... memorable holiday in the island. Staff are friendly especially their chef Adam. I will recommend you to my circle of friends who will visit Isle of Wight.´
A beautifully decorated room and a great atmosphere in the bar.
A pearl amongst many of the B&B places at Isle of Wight. Quite mystique, with a Moroccan theme. Beautiful lovely colours and a relaxed atmosphere made it perfect. The room we got had beautiful tapestry and soft carpets, perfect beds (we slept like princesses!) and even music. The bathroom had a feeling of luxury. Everything brand new and to top it all it was the best of landlords who made us feel more than welcome. It was the superb place to be in the evening as well. The bar has a good lively ambiance and nice chilled-out music. And with that notion, Ryde and Kasbah became our favourite spot on the island.
The Sisters of Oslo, Kaja & Marieange