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St Brelades Hotel
15 Hope Road
Isle of Wight

PO37 6EA | View map

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Welcome to St Brelades Hotel a small 4* AA rated, family run, perfectly located in Shanklin, Isle Of Wight. We pride ourselves on good hospitality, good food and excellent service. Whether it be a short break or a family holiday, St Brelades offers you a memorable time.

All fifteen bedrooms are of different character of which four are on the ground floor. All ensuite and well equipped. Children are most welcome with two bedroom family suites accommodating 4-6 people.

We are only a short three minute walk from one of the cleanest sandy beaches on the Island and only seven minutes from Shanklin Station which provides a direct line to the ferry terminal at Ryde. You can relax and read a book or watch your favourite drama or sporting event. A varied selection of children's videos, toys, books and games are available, or watch a video of the Isle of Wight so you can plan your leisure time by visiting all the wonderful attractions or exploring the Island's pathways, trails, culture, history and heritage sites.

There is free off street parking for eight cars in front of the hotel and Wireless internet access is also available in the Lounge and Bar area.

Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Regrettably, we cannot accept pets. Children welcome. Check-In time: 14:00 and Check-Out time: 10:00.

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