The Fawley

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

12 Hope Road
Isle of Wight
PO37 6EA

The Fawley, Shanklin

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The Fawley offers comfortable and friendly family run bed and breakfast accommmodation in the small seaside town of Shanklin on the Garden Island, the Isle of Wight. A three-storey, turn of the century building with beamed ceilings and other character features. The Fawley is within three minutes walk of the beach, and 5 minutes walk to the Old Village and railway station.

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