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The Clifton Hotel
Queens Road
Shanklin
Isle of Wight

PO37 6AN | View map

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The Clifton hotel is a family-run hotel standing in its own grounds in a peaceful traffic-free location. Leading out onto Keats's Green, it occupies one of the Island's most beautiful cliff top locations. All public rooms face the sea giving stunning views over Sandown Bay. Our bedrooms are clean and comfortable, many having sea views, some have access to a balcony. In addition to bath/shower en suite, clock radio, tea, coffee and hot chocolate making facilities, and colour television, we also offer 'Premier' rooms that are furnished and decorated to a very high standard, for that special occasion. A small supplement is made for sea view and premier rooms. The dining room provides good home cooking using fresh local ingredients when available. Special dietary requirements can be catered for. Our bar has Island brewed beer, soft drinks and wines from good vineyards. Please see our wine list on the food and wine link above. A cliff walk past Shanklin Chine takes you to the beach (downhill), and there is a cliff lift to bring you to the top. From there it is a short walk back to your hotel. The old village is a five-minute stroll to browse in the 'Olde Worlde' thatched cottage shops for souvenirs and locally made rock. Breathtaking sunrises and spectacular sunsets are available on the Isle of Wight. Seaview rooms provide continuous front row views every morning of the sunrise, weather permitting. The moonrise can also be viewed from the balcony. With clear skies that lack the light pollution of many areas, the night sky is usually stunning.

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