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We booked one of the top floor rooms along with a sea facing balcony and the view alone was worth the money! The balcony had a couple of chairs and a small table and you could sit for hours watching the sea and the beach. The seafront was a 5 minute walk away, (quite a steep hill), with some great ...
Ruth and Rob and excellent hosts, who make you feel very much at home in their delightful house. It felt very much like staying in an up market National Trust house. A great antidote to those generic business hotels all over the world. Thoroughly recommended.
A friendly greeting, and a very well equipped room, with a modern bathroom and kitchen area also. In addition to the room there was parking. But the outstanding attraction to both the boys and myself was the choice and quality of the breakfast. We will definitely return, although I think I will need ...
The staff give a warm welcome and genuinely seem interested in how you are experiencing the holiday. They seemed happy to help and have good knowledge of the area. They also interacted with the children rather than ignoring them, like we've experienced in other establishments. We found the facilities ...
The Isle of Wight offers a unique retreat, away from the mainland. Visitors flock to the island year after year to sample its world-class beaches, picturesque countryside and plethora of exciting attractions. The combination of natural beauty and a laid-back atmosphere makes the island a popular site for weddings and events. Accordingly, the Isle of Wight is home to plenty of fine wedding hotels.
The Isle of Wight is about as good as it gets when it comes to finding a memorable setting for your wedding. The island is littered with dramatic landscapes and panoramic ocean views, making the ideal backdrop to wedding photos to be enjoyed for generations to come.
One wedding venue that makes the most of its stunning views is Lisle Combe Bed and Breakfast. Located in St. Lawrence, just outside the Victorian town of Ventnor, Lisle Combe looks out to the south over the English Channel. From the grand hall to the traditional breakfast room, the hotel is well equipped to cater for large parties of all kinds.
Food typically plays a central role on the day of your wedding. The Wellington Hotel puts food high on the agenda, coupling exquisite local dishes with fine wines and first-class service. To complete the package, the pretty hotel looks out over the bay of Ventnor, providing breath-taking sea views.
Of course, keeping your guests at your wedding is about more than just the big day. Particularly when the wedding's located somewhere as special as the Isle of Wight, it's not unusual for guests to stay for a few days either side of the big event. In this case, there's good reason to look for a hotel that is packed with facilities.
In addition to providing a gorgeous setting for your wedding day, Langham Court in Shanklin offers plenty for guests to do. From relaxing in the indoor pool and sauna to socialising around the pool table, there's plenty to keep guests out of trouble! The popular town of Shanklin also houses an array of places to eat, drink and shop.