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The Carlton Hotel, Isle of Wight is situated on the cliff top overlooking the magnificent sweep of Sandown Bay. The Carlton Hotel has a deserved reputation as one of Shanklin's finest bed and breakfast hotels. Trip Advisor 'Certificate of Excellence' 4 years running, & voted on Trip Advisors 'Travellers Choice' as one of the top 25 bargain hotels in the United Kingdom.

Guests enjoy exhilarating sea views, quality standards of service and comfort, delicious home cooked food and the warmest of welcomes. The Carlton Hotel enjoys an ideal location for exploring Shanklin's sandy beaches, the famous esplanade, and the charming Shanklin Old Village. For the adventurous, watersports and activity holiday opportunities abound.

The Carlton Bed and Breakfast Hotel Hotel, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, has all the character & heritage you would expect from a fine Victorian establishment, whilst also benefiting from tasteful upgrading and modern facilities. Family-owned for over 10 years, the hotel is considered one of the most comfortable and attractive in Shanklin, if not the whole Island.

read more › In addition, all of our rooms have a colour TV, clock radio, hairdryer and a beverage tray with tea and coffee making facilities. Family suites are also available. We also have two premier sea view rooms with a large private balcony and offering stunning views over Sandown Bay. These rooms are therefore extremely popular and book up quickly! Enjoying unrivaled elevated sea views and a large private balcony, these rooms add something truly special to your holiday. Our Twin Bedrooms are ideal for couples or friends, offering spacious and comfortable accommodation with an en-suite bathroom.

read more › Enjoy a choice of freshly prepared dishes served on our attractive Deck Tea Gardens, complemented by a selection from our range of wines. Set above our beautiful award-winning gardens The Deck Tea Gardens offers beautiful views over the sea. The decked terrace is a suntrap and offers a relaxing and laid-back atmosphere. Enjoy good, fresh food from our varied menu - all meals are freshly prepared to order using local ingredients where possible. We offer a wide choice of hot and cold beverages and are fully licensed offering a wide selection of Wines Beers and spirits.

read more › If you are looking for bed & breakfast in Shanklin which is family orientated, the Carlton is an ideal choice!. The Carlton Hotel is family-friendly hotel, and the Isle of Wight is a fantastic holiday destination for young families. We welcome children of all ages. We offer free child places, subject to certain conditions & occupancy.

read more › If you are looking for bed & breakfast in Shanklin with a glorious garden and spectacular sea views, the Carlton is an ideal choice!. We have worked hard on our gardens over the last few years. All or efforts have not gone to waste as we have previously won the Isle of Wight in Bloom award two years running. We encourage our guests to walk around and share the gardens with us - we like to talk about the plants too! The garden is also wheelchair-friendly. In the evening watch the beauty of the garden unfold, as the dusk appears and the garden is delicately floodlit, gloriously enhancing its natural beauty.

read more › The Carlton Hotel enjoys a commanding cliff-top position with uninterrupted views of Shanklin Beach and Sandown Bay. Local attractions include two theatres and scenic walks over the Downs and along the cliff path. The wooded Chine leads down to the sea and a safe sandy Blue Flag beach, ideal for sunbathing, swimming and watersports. The town centre is just a short walk offering a range of cafes, restaurants and individually owned shops while the thatched cottages of Shanklin Old Village offer the visitor a range of unique gift shops.

read more › Please check each venue's website or contact them for up-to-date information, opening hours, accessibility, location, etc. Pack up the family and embark on your voyage of discovery on the Isle of Wight. It's just a short hop and a skip across the Solent and you'll be amazed at what's waiting on the other side. High downs and soaring cliffs, long sandy beaches fringed by farms and forestland, fishing villages, and bustling resorts, it's no wonder that this almost fairy-tale-like island was the inspiration of Lewis Carroll to write his magical story Alice in Wonderland.

read more › The Isle of Wight Zoo is a well-established, popular wildlife centre based on the east coast of the Isle of Wight, and is a major tourist attraction. Following many years under private ownership, it is the Island's original zoo and is well-loved by the local community and widely visited by residents as well as tourists. In 2017 the Zoo become part of The Wildheart Trust, a charity founded to secure a long-term future for the zoo and enable it to fulfil its global ambitions to make a really meaningful impact on the health of the natural world while improving the well-being of animals in human care.

read more › On an island that has dozens of places where you can enjoy the coastline, it's really hard to say which are the best beaches. However the traditional resorts of Ryde, Sandown, Shanklin and Ventnor are all there for one very good reason - a great beach. You can step right off the hovercraft or Ryde Pier after a short trip from Portsmouth and walk straight on to Ryde beach, which at low tide has a vast expanse of light-coloured golden sand. In fact there are six miles of beautiful beach that runs from the pier right around to the coastal village of Seaview to the east.

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