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Myself and my husband have just had a lovely Easter break in the Isle of Wight. We ate out everyday and the food, wherever we ate was great! We stayed in a family run guest house in Shanklin, and again we have only praise for the owners.
Sandown is an excellent base for you to explore the rest of the Isle of Wight. It has a good beach with a excellent peir that has amusements, soft play, bowling, mini golf and places to eat. There are some lovely pubs and cafes on the sea front, my favourite being Flanagan's. Although there aren't many shops they are all full of character. It is an easy place to travel from in order to explore the Island further, with links for the bus and the train :).
Good location to explore the whole of the Isle of Wight. Excellent local pubs especially the Crab Inn. Easy to get to the wonderful beach, great for Children and dogs alike.
We did a sponsored walk around the Island and it was the most amazing walk we have done. The Isle of Wight if beautiful and the paths are amazing. The beaches were moderately busy considering it was so sunny, there was plenty of space for everyone and the sea tapered out so children could paddle well. We obviously visited the Isle of Wight on an amazing sunny weekend but we did love it and look forward to revisiting. Walk the coastal path - its amazing!
The Isle of Wight is one of the best places to visit in the UK. It is fantastic for a fishing trip or cycling holiday and a great place to take the wife. There us something for everyone on this small island off the coast of Hampshire.
Totland is perhaps the least hectic part of the Isle of Wight which offers great scenery, b and b's and attractions. It is relatively easy to find things given the traffic congestion on narrow roads and many cars. I would avoid weekends, especially those with events, and the summer season. In spite of being at one end of the island, all attractions are within reach, but one must allow time for both travel and finding parking on the island, espically if you expect it to be free! The Needles are a must see, but prepare for a good walk. Their use to test rockets in the "50's is of interest as are the cliffs. Certainly a destination that can be recommended.
Beaches were extremely clean with Crystal water, some of the area appeared run down at first glance, however I felt that they were in the process of redevelopment. There is one place to stay well clear of and that is the Driftwood beach bar, the food was appauling, I ordered the rib which looked as though it had been micowaved with bottled bbq sauce tipped over the top, my husband ordered the prawns which made him very ill throughout the night and following day. The Reef however was a world part where the food was concerned, it was stunning. This was our first visit to the Isle of Wight and we are looking forward to our return visit.
Ryde is good for travellers. There are hovercrafts, catermarans, buses and trains all on the sea front. The beach is nice , which is a short walk away. There are nice shops and cafes in Ryde. If we went to The Isle of Wight again we would stay on another part of the island.
We arrived by push bikes longer ride than we expected the roads can be very busy. Sandown is a great little place people are friendly pleanty of good places to eat from cafes to restaurants all clean and good value. The beach is beautiful sand like caster sugar good vib too quiet and relaxing but has everything that you need for old and young people enjoyed our stay we will be back. Will use the island train next time to get to Sandown the service is very good the old London tube carriages are great. Thank you the people of the Isle of Wight for making us feel very welcome. Michael and Amanda L.
Beautiful island- isle of Wight and amazing beaches of shanklin and sandown are amazing getaways from mundane life. And needles being the crema de la crème 😀
7.5 Good 452 reviews
The Hotel was extremely clean and comfortable, yes it is in need of updating but the cleaners keep the place spotless. The staff were always friendly and willing to help with any query. The restaurant staff were also very efficient and helpful particularly Sue who had to deal with two very rude customers but handled it with calmly and with dignity. If we return to the Isle of Wight we would book this again.
9.8 Exceptional 208 reviews
The rooms were of an excellent standard. Very clean, beautiful décor, beautiful views and excellent comfort. Both myself and my colleague commented on what a lovely nights sleep we'd had. The breakfast was absolutely gorgeous and the choice of items was very generous. I have already recommended this hotel to two other colleagues for their next visit to the Isle of Wight.
8.1 Very good 811 reviews
The coastal walking path is directly behind the hotel and offers a fantastic 1.5 hour walk to the "needles" at the west end of the Isle of Wight. Walking through soft grass land high above the sea gives marvelous views towards the sea, the island, and the main land. Each day, they serve a three course dinner menu which is very good value for money.
8.7 Fabulous 155 reviews
Spacious and cozy hotel. Staff is attentive and helpful. Nice room and delicious breakfast. We had booked the hotel on the Isle of Wight, but not the crossing up and down. Mr. Pascoal of the hotel arranged the ferry for us. We are very grateful to him and thanks to him we could enjoy the beautiful walks and sights on this Victorian island.
9.7 Exceptional 154 reviews
Pearly and Mark were very generous with their advice and guidance about Isle of Wight. Parking just outside the hotel was ideal. The triple room was spacious and maintained very well. We very much enjoyed the selection of breakfast items. We would recommend the hotel and would enjoy staying there, should we visit Isle of Wight again.
7.9 Good 454 reviews
The flexibility, We came to the Isle of Wight to do the parkrun and chose the Wheatsheaf as it offered an 11:00 checkout. We got back to the hotel at 10 and didn't expect to have breakfast as they finished serving then, but they happily provided a cooked breakfast. The room itself was fine and reasonably priced.
9.1 Superb 189 reviews
The owner Margaret and her partner were most accommodating and friendly as indeed were all the staff. They even put up with my dreadful piano playing and celebrations after an amazing Isle of Wight festival for our band Bang Bang Romeo. I could not reccomend this hotel strongly enough... perfect !
7.9 Good 181 reviews
Stayed at the Melville Hall for 4 nights and we were made very welcome by the staff. Room not huge but was comfortable. Meals breakfast and dinner were good and all freshly prepared and a nice bar area. Didn't use the Spa facilities. The hotel is an ideal base to explore the Isle of Wight.
9.5 Exceptional 296 reviews
Attention to detail from the room decoration and design to the pool and restaurant offering inside and alfresco. Friendly and helpful staff. Food was excellent. Looking forward to returning again. I believe this to be the best hotel I have seen available on the Isle of Wight.
8.4 Very good 678 reviews
Being close to the Isle of Wight Steam Railway as well as the ferry port were important. The hotel's meals were well cooked and fairly priced. Free parking was also necessary. The real bonus was my friend's room had a kitchen with fridge and microwave!
8.2 Very good 802 reviews
Breakfast was nice, good choice of food, hotel was cosy & quiet, friendly staff, bed comfortable & hotel was close to the beach, town, shops & walking distance to the Isle of Wight Zoo & Dinosaur Isle. Highly recommended.
9.4 Superb 236 reviews
Hosts were lovely and very friendly and helpful. Gave advice about places of interest. The breakfast was one of the best we’ve had. Highly recommend this hotel & will definitely re-book next time we’re visiting Isle of Wight 👍
7.7 Good 254 reviews
staff went out of their way to make us feel welcome, hotel and room exceptionally clean.this is the only hotel we favour each time we visit isle of wight. thank you to all staff and see you all again soon. carol
9.4 Superb 90 reviews
The owners were fabulous and friendly. The location is great as is the hotel. The breakfast was delicious! I would recommend this b&b to everyone travelling to Isle of Wight.
The apartment is very well maintained and very clean. A surprise welcome pack was well received as was all of the info available on Ventnor and the rest of the Isle of Wight.
8.9 Fabulous 373 reviews
The staff were very friendly and welcoming. Lovely hotel and the rooms were very comfy. Would definitely stay again when visiting the Isle of Wight.
8.4 Very good 202 reviews
Our second trip, we liked everything about this hotel, if we can't book this hotel in future, we're not coming to the isle of Wight 🙂
8.6 Fabulous 346 reviews
stayed in room 9 was fabulous, clean, spacious, sea view, best hotel we have stayed in in the Isle of wight for years!
8.1 Very good 1,010 reviews
Having stayed at various hotels on the isle of wight this is the best
8.1 Very good 248 reviews
The hotel was in Isle of Wight and Isle of wight is beautiful.