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The Ryedale
3 Atherley Road
Isle of Wight

PO37 7AT | View map

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The Ryedale Guest house is the perfect base for your visit to the Isle of Wight sea-side resort of Shanklin. The hotel has easy access to the long sand and shingle beach and to the town centre. This family-run, three star guest house offers bed and breakfast accommodation and is open March to the end of October.
All of our rooms are now decorated to a high standard All our family rooms have a box of toys for babies to play with. We also provide travel cots, high chairs and bouncy chairs.
We offer discount on wightlink car ferries. We offer childfree places when sharing with parents out side school holidays..

Shanklin holds the record for sun-light in the UK and has a mild climate all year round. As well as the beaches of Shanklin and next-door Sandown why not try the truly unspoilt beaches of the West Wight? Much of the Island is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and it enjoys an unrivalled network of footpaths, bridleways and cycle-tracks. The hotel has its own garden at the rear where children can play in safety.


Ratings/Awards: 3 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 5
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