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St Leonards Hotel
22 Queens Road
Shanklin
Isle of Wight

PO37 6AW | View map
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A haven for Walkers, Cyclists, and the discerning holiday maker, the peace and tranquillity of this beautiful Island combine to make it the ideal place to spend a few days away from the hustle and bustle of modern day living. Over half of the Island is recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With eight Golf Courses on the Island, ranging from a nine-hole par 28 course, to a challenging par 70 downland course, there is also plenty to keep the active golfer happy. There are also over fifty visitor attractions, over 500 miles of beautiful walks, the safe sandy beaches and cycle trails. You will always find plenty to occupy your day. Built in 1870, the St. Leonards is situated close to the famous cliff walk and the lift to Shanklin's award winning safe sandy beaches. With the town centre and the thatched cottages of the Old Village just a few minutes level walk away, this is an ideal base from which to experience an unforgettable holiday exploring the beautiful Isle of Wight. With eight Golf Courses on the Island, ranging from a nine-hole par 28 course, to a challenging par 70 downland course, there is also plenty to keep the active golfer happy. There are also over fifty visitor attractions, over 500 miles of beautiful walks, the safe sandy beaches and cycle trails. You will always find plenty to occupy your day.

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