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Brooke House
2 St Pauls Avenue
Shanklin
Isle of Wight

PO37 7AL | View map
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At Brooke House we offer both bed & breakfast and half-board accommodation with all meals freshly prepared and cooked using an aga. All meals are served in our very spacious; light and airy dining room. Our guest lounge is the ideal place to relax and browse the wealth of information about Shanklin and the Isle of Wight that we have on offer. We are a non-smoking premises although smoking is allowed on the front patio. We are ideally located for the Island Line train service and Southern Vectis bus routes which makes exploring the Isle of Wight simple and easy; especially for those travellers who wish to leave their car at home. Shanklin Esplanade; which is lined with amusements; restaurants and hotels; many offering evening entertainment in the high season; is only a short stroll away. The picturesque Shanklin Old Village; Shanklin Chine and Shanklin Theatre are also all within easy walking distance. For those who enjoy walking and cycling; the cliffpath to Sandown and beyond is easily accessible as is the Undercliff path to Ventnor.At Brooke House we have 7 bedrooms all with en suite shower rooms. Each bedroom is individually and tastefully decorated to a high standard and all offer the following facilities: Hospitality Tray; Digital TV with Freeview Channels; Radio Alarm Clock; Hairdryer and Guest Information Folder - containing all you need to know about your accommodation and useful information about the Island.

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