ENCHANTED Manor, one of the Isle of Wight's most unique boutique guest houses, has new owners.

Natasha and Andy Edwards have decades of experience in the hospitality trade, most recently running a large pub in the New Forest.

They have taken over the business from Maggie and Ric Hilton, who turned the Niton guest house into a couples' retreat along an opulent romantic theme, and achieved coverage in the national media and an appearance on Channel 4's Three in a Bed.

Natasha and Andy have no plans to change the fairytale theme, as they believe the uniqueness of the hotel is what people like about it.

However they have developed the billiards room to encompass more games, and have opened an fully-stocked honesty bar, where guests can serve themselves.

They are also using the long conservatory as the main wedding room, because it gives brides the chance to walk down an aisle. They will also be open all year round.

Natasha said: "We were looking for a B&B on the Isle of Wight and we particularly liked this one as it looked different and stood out. A lot of people are looking for romantic breaks and this is the perfect venue for that."

Enchanted Manor is teaming up with the IW County Press to offer a luxury night's stay for two people. Look out for details of this forthcoming competition, for a chance to win this amazing prize.