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Harrow Lodge Hotel
31 Palmerston Road
Shanklin
Isle of Wight

P037 6BD | View map

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A warm and friendly family run hotel. Overlooking Sandown and Shanklin Bay, the hotel is within a few minutes walk to the town centre, theatre and safe, sandy beach and the old village of Shanklin is only 10 minutes walk away.
All the Harrow Lodge rooms are en-suite with central heating, colour television, tea making facilities, direct dial telephones, radio alarms and baby listening facilities.

Leave your car in our car park while you explore the immediate vicinity. The Harrow Lodge is superbly positioned by Keats Green and the Cliff Lift. Overlooking Sandown and Shanklin Bay within a few minutes of the Town Centre and Theatre, the Old Village is only about a ten-minute walk away from the Hotel.
For the enjoyment of our guests we have arranged use of the adjacent luxury indoor leisure centre, facilitiesinclude: indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, waterslide, saunas, steam room, solarium, beauty parlour, fully equipped gym, pool, snooker and table tennis.

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