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Shanklin

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A charming and traditional seaside resort

With its glorious wide stretch of golden sands set against a backdrop of dramatic sandstone cliffs, Shanklin is one of the Isle of Wight’s best known resorts and visitors will find a whole range of activities and attractions, whatever your age or interests.


Why visit Shanklin?

  • Golden sandy beaches
  • Seafront esplanade
  • Historic attractions
  • Good array of restaurants and pubs
  • Quirky shops in Shanklin Old Village
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Luccombe Manor - Exterior

Luccombe Manor

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Striking Victorian residence, with an emphasis on relaxation in quiet surroundings in a stunning seafront location.

Luccombe Hall - Pool and View

Luccombe Hall

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This lovely family run hotel offers you a warm friendly welcome together with excellent leisure facilities and truly stunning sea views.

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The facts:

Geography: Lying 5 miles off the coast of Hampshire separated by the Solent, the Isle of Wight is a county of England and England’s biggest island, it is 23 miles long by 13 miles wide.

Travelling times: There are a variety of routes to reach the island, including the car ferry between Portsmouth and Ryde, the foot passenger catamaran from Portsmouth Harbour to Ryde and a second ferry route between Lymington in the New Forest and Yarmouth.

Transfer times: On an island the size of the Isle of Wight, you won’t be surprised to know that most hotels are no more than 30 minutes from the main ferry ports.

Currency: Sterling.