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Inns in Shanklin

Daish's Hotel
High Street
Old Village

Shanklin
Isle of Wight

PO37 6NP | View map
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Daish's Hotel was originally built in the late 18th Century as the coaching inn for Shanklin. It was developed during the 19th Century to produce the elegant Victorian hotel that now stands in its own grounds at the head of Shanklin.s picturesque "Old Village". All 61 bedrooms are stylishly decorated and comfortably appointed with en-suite bathroom, tea & coffee making facilities, clock radio and TV. All bedrooms have private en-suite facilities and central heating, and are delightfully furnished and fitted with colour TV, direct dial telephones, early morning tea and coffee facilities and shaving points. The full entertainment programme at Daish's Hotel takes place in our well known Tally Ho Bar, which is known for having some of the best acts on the Isle of Wight. We also have a lounge bar where you can enjoy a relaxed, quiet drink. Both bars are open to non-residents. "As one of the busiest hotels on the Island, your comfort is our future".

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