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B and Bs in Godshill

Godshill Park Farm House
Godshill Park Farm House
Shanklin Road

Godshill
Isle of Wight

PO38 3JF | View map
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The house has been providing guest accommodation since at least the 1960's - we occasionally get callers who tell us they used to stay here when they were children. The farm's location in an AONB makes it ideal for those seeking total peace and relaxation. The farm achieved organic status about 10 years ago which has increased its appeal. The bridleway running through the farm was used by Queen Victoria's carriage when she visited the neighbouring Appuldurcombe Estate. We have 3 self catering properties each sleeping from 2 to 4 persons. Up to 7 can be accommodated in Lake View. The cottages are all well equipped and comfortable - please see our website for further details. www.godshillparkfarm.uk.com Our two B&B rooms are spacious and comfortable with en suite facilities (both have bath and free standing shower), colour TV and countryside views. WiFi is available. Breakfast is served in the impressive oak-panelled hall. Business guests are welcome. Laundry service is available on request. Local and organic produce is used wherever possible including free range Isle of Wight bacon and sausages produced on a neighbouring farm, our own free range eggs and honey, British organic milk and butter plus preserves homemade with our own fruit. Locally pressed apple juice is served together with a selection of other pure fruit juices. As we only cater for a few guests at a time the service is very personal and we aim to provide a home from home.

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