FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I pay for my stay?

You would normally pay the final amount at the end of your stay, which can be taken by cash, card, cheque (made payable to S A Thornton) or bank transfer.

As of October 2016 we now accept debit and credit cards from: Visa, MasterCard, Maestro & American Express with our new PayPal card reader.

We can also accept PayPal payments too.

How many does Ford Farm House Sleep?

Ford Farm House sleeps two guests in a King Size Bed French Bed which overlooks the beautiful gardens towards the countryside.

How many rooms are there?

There is only the one room at Ford Farm House which is on the first floor with a private bathroom and its own lobby.

Is Ford Farm House by the Seaside?

No. Ford Farm House is in the Countryside with lovely far reaching views.

Do we need to pay a deposit?

Yes. We request £10 per night to cover the cost of the Continental Breakfast that is supplied within your room each day.

Do you allow children to stay at Ford Farm House?

No. We do not accommodate children at Ford Farm House.

Do accommodate dogs?

No. We do not accommodate dogs for the benefit of all our guests.

Does Ford Farm House overlook the countryside?

Yes. Our rooms overlook the beautiful far reaching countryside.

Do you have WiFi

Yes.

Does Ford Farm House have a Shower or a Bath?

Both. Ford Farm House has a bath with an overhead shower.

How do I get to the Isle of Wight?

Via one of the Island’s ferry services. Please seek Travel page for more details.

Is there a bus stop near by?

No. Sadly the nearest bus stop is over a mile away, own transport is strongly advised.

How big is the Isle of Wight?

The Isle of Wight is approximately 23 miles x 13 miles (37 kilometres x 21 kilometres).

What is the population of the Isle of Wight?

Approx 140,000 resident population.

Is Ford Farm House Wheelchair Friendly?

No. Sadly Ford Farm House is not wheelchair friendly as the room is on the first floor.

Do I need a passport to come to the Isle of Wight?

The Isle of Wight is a part of the United Kingdom therefore a passport is not required for travelling over to the Island.

Do you have a Local Newspaper?

Yes, we do have a local newspaper. The Isle of Wight County Press is issued every Friday and can be picked up from most supermarkets / local shops on the Island. Contact the Isle of Wight County Press for more details 01983 521333.

Alternatively, you can view the news online at www.iwcp.co.uk // www.islandecho.co.uk // www.iwradio.co.uk.