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Yaverland Road, Sandown, PO36 8QP – Show map
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Outdoor pool (seasonal), Terrace, Sun terrace
Billiards, Table tennis, Hiking, Bicycle rental, Games room, Children's playground
Food & Drink
Bar, Special diet menus (on request)
Free! WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed lunches, Vending machine (drinks), Vending machine (snacks), Car hire, Luggage storage
Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout, Designated smoking area
15:30 - 19:00 hours
Until 10:30 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years are charged GBP 5 per person per night for children's cots/cribs.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may be applicable.
Cards accepted at this property
Sandown Manor accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorise your card prior to arrival.
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A 3-minute walk from Shanklin Chine, beach and old village, overlooking the seafront, The Bayhouse offers beach-themed en suite rooms and a bar with terrace.
Score from 120 reviews Very good
Opposite the bay of Sandown, Tarvic2 Hotel is a short walk from the beaches and Sandown town centre. It offers a 24-hour front desk, a bar and 2 restaurants.
Score from 262 reviews Good
A 2-minute stroll from the seafront at Sandown, The Wight Montrene Hotel offers facilities including an indoor pool, sauna, restaurant and bar.
Score from 207 reviews Good
Just a minute’s walk from the beach, The Mayfair boasts lovely views across Sandown Bay. Guests can enjoy a snooker table, live entertainment, and bright rooms with private bathrooms.
Score from 212 reviews Review score
the showers dint work promptly ,the carpet floor was dirty .
Friendly staff,good facilities,good location lovely breakfast
Bathrooms good do with a refurb Shower would be nice in a family room
Comfy bed, polite and effective staff, animals everywhere (that was awesome to be honest), hosts very helpful and unintrusive - I've had hotel owners chatting away for hours, while we are trying to leave. The room was modest and simple yet functional - all of its issues were minor and purely cosmetic. Very family friendly but even as a youg couple we didnt feel unwelcome. Would recommend.
I wasn't very impressed with the FULL breakfast, working in a small B&B myself, ive tasted much better, however the other options on the menu and table provide a suitable alternative, I went all reminiscent and ordered some egg and soldiers! There was a lady with three young kids oppsite us, who would shout and slam doors from half seven in the morning. At first we thought it was because she was a bit loudly spoken but once we'd used the ensuite a few ties we realised it was just the walls being so thin. You couldn't get full privacy in the bathroom. However this revelation did not do anything to spoil our stay! Thank you Alain and Debbie!
Bed was a bit too soft
Location and hospitality very good. Wonderful sea views. Breakfast very good indeed with a wide variety of choice. Food cooked very well.
Shower and the general standard of bathroom needs modernising although I believe this is on a rolling programme of renewal.
all facilities, quiet, helpful, nice welcome including the donkey. would be extremely good for family with small children
could do with some redecoration
Play areas for kids gud staff very friendly
Room sheets mattresses wet and damp spiders every were and no hot water after 9am
Nice and friendly, good food
rooms are a bit small. Isle of wight is quite expensive for rooms generally.
Family run, bus stop close by, loyalty bar, able to have take away and use facilities to eat it, bed was so comfy,
Just needs updating a bit
Very friendly. Very helpful. Very nice for families with children. Loved Rosie the donkey and the other pets. Couldn't get in pool as it was too cold. Rooms were very clean and we had lovely bedding.
The public space needs decorating and new flooring put down. Also the blown windows in the breakfast room need replacing. It looks very tired inside.You need to use different oil to cook breakfast as it all tasted the same and oily. It was still good though. No shower screens on bath and there was not enough water pressure to have a shower. Had to run a bath and wash hair in bath which I find a bit un hygienic.
A warm welcome made us feel right at home.
The breakfast and the pool
No one picks up the phone.
The facilities were good, it was lovely having the animals there, and lots for the kids to play with from a trampoline and swings to pool table and table tennis. Rooms were comfortable and good to have the honesty bar, the breakfast was really good, choice of cereal and fruit, juices and hot drinks and lovely cooked breakfast options too and the kids really love feeding Rosie the donkey after breakfast. Would recommended if u have kids tho for sure and we had a really good stay x
The appearance from the outside lets it down a lot, little things like no balance sheets on the divan beds, black ceiling in shower room, coffee/tea on shelf behind the door in the family room meNt u couldn't open the door fully so had to put all luggage down outside and being in one by one. Outside needs attention. Too many pots of half dead plants and weeds need sorting. Too much furniture in odd places - like by the shed or at the shallow end of the pool with planters that basically block it off! Could be really amazing. Also when I read about animals I thought they would have made more of that - petting etc
We had a wonderful stay at Sandown manor with Alain and Debbie, the hosts. There were lots of things for my little girl to do, including trampoline, table tennis and lots of games. She made a lot of friends. The location was superb with stunning views down to the beach. Breakfast was delicious and very well cooked, to order. The pets at the hotel, donkey, ducks, rabbits were very sweet and my daughter loved seeing them every day. There was an honesty bar which meant my mother and I could have a drink in the evenings if we wanted and also an ice cream supply too which was brilliant. The rooms were kept nice and clean, with towels and soaps supplied. Also tea and coffee in the room too which was nice. Close to the hotel is the beach and the IOW zoo, Sandown Pier is a short drive away. Thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and would love to go again next year if we get the chance.
Just a small notice. There were no mattress protectors on the beds, just sheets covering the mattress. Personally I prefer to use protectors myself, for clean and hygiene reasons, but other than that everything was perfect.
Everything about the Sandown Manor was brilliant. Nothing was too much for Alain and Debbie who were extremely helpful and kind. It was a real pleasure to meet Rosie, the donkey, all of their cats and other pets, especially the dogs, Bella and Oscar who were absolutely adorable. The breakfast was second to none and the "honesty bar" was such a good idea. A great family hotel and we will definitely go back.
Everything was perfect.
This is a great place for families with young kids. Loved the honesty bar.
It was very family friendly. The facilities were really good with games, animals, and swimming pool. It was brilliant to have an area where we could sit in the evenings whilst the children played and the honesty bar is a nice touch. It all kept the children wonderfully entertained. The atmosphere was very welcoming relaxing, and the hosts were really friendly. The breakfast was very good. Overall a hugely enjoyable stay and we would visit again.
The room was small for a family room and there was not a shower only an attachment on the bath.
Debbie greeted us within seconds of arriving through the front door, welcomed us with a huge smile and a tour of the hotel before we checked in. The room was exactly as shown on the site, no nasty surprises like a lot of hotels we have been to before. The hotel has a stunning view down over sandown beach, you can also see over the zoo at the bottom of the hill, and hear the lions roaring which was great as my girlfriend loves them. The honesty bar is a great touch, it's rare that you feel trusted by a hotel to help yourself to drinks and record what you take. Facilities were great, plenty of games and a TV lounge, a large selection of DVDs in case of a quiet night in. Both me and my girlfriend are animal lovers, which is why we were drawn to sandown manor, and it did not disappoint! All in all I would recommend this hotel to everyone looking for a homely feel, and great views and location.
Very friendly atmosphere with excellent breakfast, great for big and little 'kids'. The 'honesty bar' was a lovely idea as were the facilities for bringing in a takeaway should we not want to eat out. My daughter and two grandchildren just loved the visit, thank you. It was a nice surprise for them as they didn't know they were going to your place-I kept it a secret from them!
We had problems with the water as after the first night we didn't get any hot water at all. We didn't like to complain but my daughter did mention it to one of your staff and he apologised and said that maybe the water system at our end of the house must have fused and he went immediately to check it out. Unfortunately we were leaving so hopefully the new occupants won't have that problem. We realise now we should have said something earlier -our fault.
SO much to like - ideal for 8 year old daughter who loved all the animals especially the new bunnies and feeding Rosie the donkey. Because daughter was happy and relaxed and felt at home instantly so did I. It was lovely to see her enjoying the natural things from dawn to dusk - feeding and interacting with the animals, making and playing with new friends each day, swimming and bouncing, table tennis and table football etc., Staff were all very friendly whilst remaining professional at all times. Room was lovely and clean and cosy and loved the magic "fairies" who made our beds, cleaned and left fresh towels every morning whilst we were at breakfast. View is stunning and was my favourite part whilst enjoying a cuppa on the decking in the morning or in the evening. It felt like home as soon as we arrived. Love the character and quirkiness of the place, all the interesting features. Loved we had a front door key to come and go as we pleased. Loved the location only a few minutes to the sea and walk along the front. IOW offers so much as well all a short distance away. It was the best holiday we had been on and feel very blessed to have met so many lovely families while staying there. Travelled with just my 8 year old daughter and I , and she was asking as we boarded the ferry home when we would be back. :)
Didn't like the fact our holiday only lasted 7 days - could of stayed for much much longer
Staff very nice. Lovely views Near sea front Lots of things to do Great breakfast Would stay again X
The room quite small And the shower didn't work properly.
The hosts were great and made us feel at home all of the time. Our children are aged 14 and 11 and there was plenty for them to do especially Rosie the Donkey, my son loved the table tennis and pool table and my daughter was always popping out to see the animals, especially in the morning when there were some apples to give her for her breakfast. Brilliant time.
Excellent facilities for children and very clean
In need of updating but as owner states it is work in progress
just needs a bit updating
The guest house had table tennis, darts and an outdoor pool which our boys enjoyed. There was a good selection of teas and cereals at breakfast.
The cooked breakfast had to be one of the worst I've had-the beans we're watery, the mushrooms very greasy, the egg over cooked, the bacon undercooked and fatty and I didn't even attempt the sausage.The waitress clearing could clearly see I'd not enjoyed it by the amount still on the plate but didn't mention it! The 'honesty' bar had multi packs of coke, J2O etc on sale individually at £2.20, £1.20 respectively which I think was quite over priced apart from being illegal. The family cat bringing a mouse into the dining room during breakfast was unfortunate and was quickly removed by another guest. Our room was very small for a family of four.
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