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B and Bs in Ventnor

Cornerways Hotel
39 Madeira Road
Isle of Wight

PO38 1QS | View map

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Cornerways has been described by our guests as a comfortable and friendly place with an informal, relaxed atmosphere a 'home from home'. A glance through our Visitors Book would give you an impression of how much our guests have enjoyed their stay and we are regularly complimented on our cleanliness and food. We have achieved a 5 Star Food Hygiene rating by the Island Environmental Health Officer, the highest rating in the 'Scores on the Doors' schemeIf you haven't visited Ventnor before, it's the Island's most southerly resort. Spectacularly built into the slopes of St. Boniface Down, the highest point on the island. It lies on a coastline which consistently has the highest sunshine totals in Britain. Nowhere on the Island is far away and there are attractions for everyone as well as many beautiful areas to walk.Guests have use of our garden area over looking the Channel. There is also limited off-road parking. We are happy to welcome walkers and cyclists. We have drying facilities if needed and cycle storage. Every season has its own beauty and appeal, it is still an unspoiled island which enjoys a feeling of times gone by. PLEASE NOTE: Check In is from 14:00 to 18:00. Check Out is by 10:30. Early/Late Check In by Arrangement. We are a no smoking accommodation. Regrettably we cannot accept pets. Children are welcome however, we are unable to accommodate children under 5 years of age. Children aged between 5 & 11 qualify for children rate. Children over 11 will be charged at adult rate.

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