The Isle of Wight was both a stylish and fashionable place to visit and enjoy the scenery in Victoria Times and resulted, attracted the wealthy who wished to holiday in the same
place as Queen Victoria.
Architecture and buildings on the Island which sprang up during this era were impressive and occupied some of the choice locations and spots throughout the Island and some of these imposing properties now offer superb hotel and boutique style accommodation for you to enjoy and relax.
Below is just a selection of what the Isle of Wight has to offer and we look forward to welcoming you soon to our beautiful Island.
GO ON – TREAT YOURSELF
Haven Hall has recently had a multi-million Pound renovation and has been sympathetically restored to its Edwardian splendour but with modern facilities including air-conditioning and high-speed WIFI throughout.
Haven Hall’s bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms are a perfect blend of period style with modern facilities. The generously sized suites feature a luxurious interior design with beautiful sea views. All rooms have super-king sized comfortable beds which can be made into two single beds if required. Each room has a unique flavour, with glittering chandeliers, unique panelled headboards and special lighting effects.
The Leconfield in the historical village of Bonchurch is a luxury guest accommodation with panoramic sea views from most of its guest and public rooms. A warm welcome awaits you on arrival and during your stay, you can expect an excellent level of service.
Your country hotel Isle of Wight holiday retreat is the perfect peaceful location – we regret we do not have suitable accommodation for families with young children, we are “ADULT ONLY” [over 16 years] and do not accept dogs.
This is a great base to just totally relax or explore the many miles of walks leading down through Bonchurch Village, through the Landslip between Bonchrch and Shanklin or across the rolling downland to the rear of Leconfield.
Sitting close to the heart of the beautiful Victoria town of Ventnor and within a 3-minute walk of Ventnor Beach, The Royal offers that special touch for discerning guests and those special occasions, such as anniversaries, weddings and birthdays.The Royal Hotel has been so called ever since Queen Victoria enjoyed taking afternoon tea at the hotel, whilst visiting her friend Sir John Hambrough, at nearby Steephill Castle.
Rylstone Manor Hotel located in the beautiful Rylstone Gardens in Shanklin is a stunning manor house dating back to 1863 and is exquisitely decorated throughout. A fantastic base from which to explore the Isle or just relax and enjoy its unique surroundings.
The Manor is of Victorian proportion and incorporates a blend of Gothic, Tudor and Georgian influences which reflects its unique charms both externally and within.
Set in the heart of the rolling hills of South West Wight, Rowborough Stone Barn offers quality bed and breakfast in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the Isle of Wight.
Situated close to the village of Shorwell with its church, village shop and Crown Inn; a real country pub in an unspoilt village.
Newport, the principal town on the island, is a 10-minute drive away.
All rooms are warm and comfortable with countryside views.
They are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, a flat screen television with DVD player and all rooms are en-suite
Luccombe Hall Hotel is stunningly located on the cliff top in Shanklin. As one of the best-located isle of Wight hotels, you will be spoilt for just the best sea views. The hotel is just a couple of minutes away from the main Shanklin to Ventnor Road and occupies a very peaceful location yet is only a few minutes walk to the Shanklin Old Village.
Luccombe Hall Hotel is proud to be able to offer the best range of facilities of any hotel on the Isle of Wight. There’s plenty to do for all the family, whatever the weather. Relax in the hot tub or sauna. Allow the kids to let off some steam with a swim in the pool and a round of table tennis. Keep active and burn off some calories on the squash court.
If your idea of a perfect break involves looking out upon spectacular views of the sea then spend an evening, before and after dinner, in our wonderful lounge. You will experience delicious fine dining and stunning sea views in The Appley Restaurant. You can also enjoy refreshments in the Grand View Tea Gardens which also boast panoramic views of Shanklin and Sandown beaches.
Luccombe Manor is perfect for you and your family. You can sit in the lounge and watch the yachts and cross-channel ferries pass by. You may want to relax in the outdoor hot tub, take a swim in the heated pool, cool off in the games room or take a wander through the magnificent gardens.