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Yarmouth town guide


The picturesque Port of Yarmouth provides a ferry link to Lymington on the mainland. An impressive feature of the town is the unique 700ft long timber pier dating from 1876, which is a Grade II listed building.


The annual Yarmouth `Old Gaffers' Festival which is held in late May and early June is one of the largest events held on the Isle of Wight. More than 100 'Old Gaffers' - gaff rigged boats - participate in the event which is complimented by shore based entertainment. Yarmouth harbour has berthing and on-shore facilities for visiting yachtsmen.



Yarmouth Pier
Yarmouth Pier by Gwynn White



Yarmouth websites in the Isle of Wight Index:-


Peter DanbySailing Photography
Wight VenturesVenture breaks for groups on the IW
The LaurelsBed and breakfast - five minutes walk from the Ferry
HarwoodsYacht Chandlers
Wavells Bed & Breakfast Accommodation, Cycle Hire in Yarmouth, IOW near the ferry
The George HotelGourmet hotel at Yarmouth on the Isle Of Wight
West Wight LiveriesLivery stables near Freshwater
West Wight DiscoThe soundtrack to your party, music and lights for all occasions
The Savoy Self Catering CottagesSelf catering holiday cottages in Yarmouth
Harveys Bed and Breakfast YarmouthHarveys bed & breakfast located in Yarmouth in the square,
SeafarersSelf catering 2 bedroom accommodation at Brambles Chine
Fort Victoria CottagesLuxury holiday cottage near Yarmouth with the beach on one side and a woodland conservation area on the other.
Solent House Bed and BreakfastBed and Breakfast within 5 minutes walk of Yarmouth Ferry Terminal



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