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B and Bs in Sandown

Carisbrooke House
11 Beachfield Road
Sandown
Isle of Wight

PO36 8NA | View map
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The Carisbrooke House is an AA **** star graded licensed Guest House. It is run by professionally trained hoteliers Mike and Terry but with all the warmth and relaxed atmosphere of home. Award winning south facing patio gardens is a great place to relax with a drink from the licensed bar. Our non-smoking bedrooms are well equipped with colour TV’s and hospitality trays with tea and coffee making facilities and in addition there are clock radios, central heating and hairdryers. Nine of our eleven rooms have the benefit of full en-suite facilities. For the two remaining standard bedrooms there are two shower/wc rooms situated nearby for your convenience. Our position makes Carisbrooke House the ideal location for your holiday. There are the beautiful cliff top gardens of Ferncliff directly opposite and a few minutes walk down Ferncliff Road takes pedestrians onto the esplanade and superb award winning beach. Shops and an abundance of restaurants are also close by, as is the Heights Leisure Centre. We are also sited on a main bus route, great for holiday makers who wish to explore the Island without their car.

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