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Cliff Hall Hotel
Crescent Rd
Isle of Wight

PO37 6DJ | View map

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Stay with us while you visit the Isle of Wight and you will see why so many of our customers come back again and again.We have 26 guests rooms within the Hotel; including triples; singles; twins; doubles and family rooms. We also have cots & highchairs for infants. These are free of charge; please request at time of booking.Our rooms are comfortable and pleasantly furnished; with over 50% of them offering sea views. Many of the rooms have outlooks towards Sandown Bay; Culver Cliffs and Shanklin Chine.You can also enjoy the fantastic sea views either from our garden; dining room or conservatory.Built in 1854; and still containing many original features; this historical hotel boasts the most spectacular views of the south coast of the Island. The position is perfect for Shanklin Old and New towns and overlooks Shanklin esplanade and the beach. Being situated on the edge of the famous cliff path it also is ideally situated for a leisurely stroll or a full cliff walk for the more enthusiastic. There is a small supplement for rooms with sea views; please enquire at time of booking; also a single supplement does apply on any room other than a single room if needed for sole use. If bringing a car over to the Island you must book a ferry. It is advisable to pre-book in order to get competitive rates. The cliffhall can book your ferry at any of the 3 ports; Southampton; Porstmouth or Lymington at trade rates. Pleaase enquire.

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