WE OPENED THE CLAREMONT over 25 years ago to provide comfortable and affordable accommodation on the Isle of Wight. The guest house is open all year, centrally heated and has ample car parking spacefor you. The lift to the seafront is only a three minute walk away, and the Town Centre, with Rail and Bus links to the whole island is just five minutes. THERE ARE SO MANY lovely things to see in Shanklin such as the beach and beautiful cliff walks, Keats Green, the Old Village and Shanklin Chine.
Guy, Claire, Annie and Sam offer you the opportunity to become part of the family during your trip to the beautiful Isle of Wight. Owners since 2007 Guy and Claire have run their 4 star licensed guesthouse with a welcoming friendliness not generally found in larger hotels. By running The Royson as a family we can offer a truely personal service.
Gareth and Sarah James welcome you to Old Shanklin Guest House! Opened in 2011 Old Shanklin is modern, comfortable and friendly and right in the heart of Shanklin Old Village, in a quiet side road, 5minutes walk to the beautiful beach and coastal walks and seconds from the traditional tea rooms, pubs and great selection of restaurants on offer.
Situated just one hundred yards from the entrance to Osborne House, Queen Victoria's favourite family residence and close to the marinas of Cowes and East Cowes, Crossways House, offers quality bedand breakfast accommodation. Originally commissioned by Queen Victoria's Administrator of Sea Cadets for the neighbouring Osborne Naval College, Crossways is said to have housed the future Edward VIII and George VI whilst they attended the College.
Welcome to the Atholl Court Guest House in Shanklin, Isle of Wight - the closest accommodation to Shanklin Train Station. Newly refurbished throughout and under new ownership you will find everythingyou need for a relaxed and comfortable stay with freshly cooked or continental breakfast. Atholl Court is near the corner of Atherley Road leading to the beach, and Regent Street which leads to the High Street and onto the picturesque 'Old Village' which is about a 10 minute walk away.
Welcome to our beautiful Victorian guest house set in the heart of Shanklin, Isle of Wight. Brooke House was built towards the end of the nineteenth century and now offers a wonderful mix of thoseperiod features together with the comforts of modern living. At Brooke House we offer both bed & breakfast and half-board accommodation with all meals freshly prepared and cooked using an aga. All meals are served in our very spacious, light and airy dining room.
Your holiday begins as soon as you reach The Birkdale Guest House in Shanklin Old Village Isle of Wight. From the warmth of our welcome to the quality of our Victorian accommodation for adults only,you will not be disappointed. We have ample parking spaces at the front of the guest house and can book Isle of Wight Ferries on your behalf at reduced rates - however you will need to contact us direct by phone or email for ferry inclusive holidays.
Whether you want a short break to enjoy some walks and wonderful food, visit friends and relations, or explore the island for longer the Bedford Lodge Bed and Breakfast, is ideally placed for you. TheBedford Lodge is ideally situated in the beautiful Shanklin Old Village and is set in its own south facing, private gardens with sloping lawns, mature trees, flowering bushes and a sun terrace with views towards the Downs.
The Belmore is a family run guesthouse, situated in the traditional and picturesque town of Sandown, on the Isle Of Wight. We are located on a quiet residential street, just a two-minute walk from thetown centre, and Sandown's renowned beautiful blue flag beach. With a mere five to ten minute walk from the railway station. There are several bus stops within a very close proximity, making us a perfect location to explore the Island.
Welcome to the Ryedale, a warm and welcoming 4 star guest house offering bed and breakfast accommodation, set in a former gentleman's residence dating back to 1901. When choosing somewhere to staymost guests look for cleanliness, freshness and a good breakfast; we always make those our priorities as well. We are situated centrally to all local amenities that Shanklin has to offer: beautiful clean beaches and a large selection of restaurants and shops.
With just six rooms, a stay at Jireh House will retain a personal touch. The proprietors have taken meticulous care to ensure that holidays at Jireh House will be remembered for hospitality, good foodand comfortable accommodation in intimate surroundings.
We have been offering Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Cowes on the Isle of Wight to the sailing, walking and cycling fraternity since 1988. Today we offer you great bed and breakfast facilities(including full drying-out!) in our delightful detached period, but modernised, Cowes Victorian Villa. Offering full english hearty breakfast within clean, comfortable & homely accommodation at a great price.
We are a family run business which has been established for over 25 years, renowned for excellent food and extensive choice menu, including special & vegetarian diets. Piers-View has again beenawarded in 2014 a 5 star food hygiene rating from the Isle of Wight Council Environmental Health Department of which we are extremely proud; we also have a residential license for alcoholic drinks to be served with meals.
The Swiss Cottage is a multi award-winning guest house in Shanklin, Isle of Wight, providing high standards of hospitality and service at a top quality but affordable guest accommodation. If you arelooking for a hotel or a place to stay for your weeks holiday or short break in the seaside town of Shanklin, our four-star silver guest accommodation is suitable for all requirements.
A friendly establishment set in an acre of secluded grounds, our house is beautifully situated beneath Tennyson's Monument amidst National Trust downland. One of the most westerly guest houses on theIsle of Wight and close to the Needles. The Isle of Wight is a short sea crossing from the mainland. With a history that extends from the Stone Age, through the Roman and Medieval eras to the present day via Tudor, Regency and Victorian times, and is an Island for everyone.