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Nice hotel with great access up the hill from beach and a convenient walk to Old Village. Rooms were okay and probably need an upgrade, but staff was incredible (shout out to Charlie in the Bar!).
a nice hotel in a great location 3 minutes from the cliff. I noted before I booked that a few previous guests had complained about the room being very cold at night. As most had stayed in winter months and I was going in late April I ignored this! As it turned out we had a very cold snap, and the ...
We had a lovely break at the hotel, very helpful staff, excellent location easy to walk into Shanklin and Chine nearby, next to park and cliff top walks and steps down to beach although steep. Good food at restaurant which is reasonably priced and accommodation is comfortable. Dogs are allowed in ...
The manager was outstanding, he helped us even though we arrive late 12 AM. He also made accomendations for another days stay. I really appreciated the breakfast, it was very good. Thank-you so much for the ice.
FABULOUS BEACH SIDE LOCATION. HOTEL VERY CLEAN AND NICELY MAINTAINED INSIDE, BUT LET DOWN A LITTLE BY THE EXTERIOR. HAVING SAID THAT, IT DIDN'T BOTHER ME AT ALL - THE VIEWS MORE THAN COMPENSATED FOR IT. ONLY NEGATIVE IN THE ROOM WAS THE SHOWER- NO DIRECTIONAL HEAD - JUST A RAIN SHOWER, WHICH NEVER ...
We recently stayed at The Fawley for 2 nights whilst attending a wedding. We were made to feel extremely welcome from the minute we checked in to the minute we left. Our room was exceptionally clean and well equipped: lovely fluffy white towels, plentiful supply of hot water, very comfortable mattress, ...
Very friendly place, staff very good , nice to have a pool. Room was a bit tired, ensuite was squeezed into very small area not really practical or user friendly. We were looking for place to stay for couple of nights to attend wedding on island so luxury was not on agenda. Overall hotel what we ...
Tucked away in the peaceful Solent, just a few miles south of Hampshire, the Isle of Wight is in the ideal spot for a warm and relaxing holiday. While the rolling hills inland provide some spectacular scenes, the island's most beautiful spots are undoubtedly on the coast. With pristine beaches and excellent swimming, the island attracts a good number of visitors each year. What's more, there are ample beach hotels to choose from across the island.
The coastline in the west of the island is home to one of the country's most iconic seaside scenes - the Needles headland and Tennyson Down. It's not only the rock formations and the views that are impressive, though. There are also some excellent beaches in the west.
The multi-coloured sand and cliffs of Alum Bay are a popular attraction. On the south side of the Needles, visitors can find the iconic Freshwater Bay, which is also home to some of the best views of any hotels on the Isle of Wight.
The south side of the island is home to some of the most dramatic coastline, and some of the best beach hotels too. Chale Bay Farm offers a peaceful environment, perfect for unwinding while taking in the views out over the English Channel.
Most of the hotels in the south are further round towards Ventnor and Sandown. Ventnor is a picturesque Victorian resort built into the hillside. In addition to a smattering of exquisite guesthouses and B&Bs, the town offers a lively seafront promenade and an impressive selection of places to eat and drink.
The coastline in the north and east of the Isle of Wight is largely given over to yachting, but there are still some excellent beaches to be found, many of which can offer some respite from summer crowds.
East Cowes offers a gentle, sandy beach with views out over the Solent. One of the real secret gems of the island, though, lies on the south side of Bembridge. Situated on the very eastern tip of the island, this near-tropical bay offers panoramic views out to the forts of the Solent and the Spinnaker Tower at Portsmouth.