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Luccombe Hall Country House Hotel
Luccombe Road
Shanklin
Isle of Wight

PO37 6RL | View map
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Originally built in 1870 as the summer palace for the Bishop of Portsmouth this lovely, family-run hotel commands the best position and the best selection of facilities of any hotel on the Isle of Wight. With magnificent views of the bay, the hotel has direct access to the beach and the old village of Shanklin and yet is away from traffic noise. The relaxed and informal atmosphere is complemented by fine cuisine, excellent service and comfortable surroundings.

Shanklin holds the record for sunshine in the UK. We are with in walking distance from the Shanklin village and Shanklin Chine. Shanklin beach is accessible from our gardens. Shanklin sea front offers Crazy Golf, Jungle Jims (children’s indoor play area) and local pubs and restaurants. A bus service is available to Shanklin Town or is 15 minutes walk from the hotel. The train journey to Ryde from Shanklin takes approximately 25 minutes.

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Double: From £45
Twin: From £45
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