Welcome to Sentry Mead

A relaxed and friendly small hotel in the tranquil village of Totland Bay on the Isle of Wight Book now

Ventnor room

Two single beds or a superking bed
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Totland room

Super-king bed
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Osborne room

Two single beds or a superking bed
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Compton room

Two single beds or a superking bed

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Brighstone room

Two single beds or a superking bed
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Brook room

Kingsize bed
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Alum room

Kingsize bed
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Sentry Mead Special Offers

Latest special offer

Book direct with Sentry Mead (via this website only or by phone) and claim your Wightlink car ferry crossing from £44.

Request ferry through comments box. Please see offers page for full terms and conditions.

Dine with us

Meals at Sentry Mead use a variety of home-made, home-grown and locally-sourced produce.  A continental buffet at breakfast is followed by a cooked-to-order hot option.  Evening meals are available some nights and can be enjoyed with a drink from our licensed bar.  Click to view our breakfast and supper menus.

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Latest news

Isle of Wight Zoo

The Isle of Wight Zoo recently invited me to a promotional day for hotel and guesthouse owners all over the Isle of Wight.  I’ve never been to the Zoo in the 12 years that I have lived on the Island and while it’s hard for me to get to visit any attraction, because...

Hotel to Bed and Breakfast

Sentry Mead made the change from hotel to bed and breakfast in 2012.  We made the decision after a few years of watching our guests’ expectations and needs change as the state of the economy meant people got much savvier about what they wanted – and about what they...

Dark Skies Award for Isle of Wight B&B

Isle of Wight B&B, Sentry Mead, has won an award of appreciation from the British Astronomical Association’s Campaign for Dark Skies. The Sentry Mead was nominated by guest Peter Mugridge, who visited in August 2010 to take advantage of the West...

Channel 4’s Four in a Bed

Sentry Mead took part in the Channel Four show ‘Four in a Bed’ in 2011.  It seemed a good idea at the time – the opportunity of letting more people know that we were here and offering, what we hope is, a really good, relaxed and informal break for guests.  I just had...