Clarence House B&B

Guest Accommodation in Sandown, Isle of Wight

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2 Clarence Gardens
Isle of Wight
PO37 6HA

Clarence House B&B, Sandown

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Welcome to Clarence House B and B.A warm welcome awaits you from Graeme and Margi Sheridan-Wallis at Clarence House, which was completely refurbished in 2008. Every room has been completely redecorated, with new digital TV, clock radio, new en-suites (2 with showers and one with bath), beds, bedding and of course free tea and coffee facilitiesPlease note we do not accept children or pets.Walkers and cyclists welcome and if you arrive soaking wet we will do our best to dry you out in our rear outer lobby for a very small charge ( to cover the heating cost only!)Evening meals may be available by special arrangement at additional cost. Off road parking usually available.We are situated about half a mile from the centre of the quaint ever-popular village of Shanklin, within a short downhill walk to the sandy beach.A guest lounge is available from 5.00 - 11.00pmMost of the major stores are represented in Newport, the Isles capital just a few miles away.There are a vast number of attractions throughout the Isle, all within very short distances to cater for all tastes.Please contact us for a full Access Statement Highlights Brand new fully equipped comfortable rooms.

Island attractions, beach town centre within easy reach. Facilities Rooms: Double Rooms: 2 Twin Rooms: 1 Disabled Facilities: There are disabled facilities. 1 Double room and breakfast room on ground floor.

Guest lounge from 5.00pm - 11.00pm. Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed. Special Diets Provision: Special diets are not catered for.

Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed. Permitted in garden only. We are sorry, we cannot accommodate children Pricing and Opening Times Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter..Doubletwin rooms: £50.00 - £62.00 per room, 2 sharing with en-suite shower; there is a £3 per person supplement for en-suite bathroom.5% Discount for stays of longer than 2 days and repeat visitsSpecial rates may apply during Isle of Wight events but will not exceed £38.00 per person, £48.50 for single person.Seasons - 1st April - 31st October.1st November - 31st MarchRooms are usually available from 4.00 pm to 10.00 am daily.

Awards and Accolades We have been awarded a 4-star rating by the English Tourist Board and a 5-star Food Hygiene Rating by The Isle of Wight Environmental Health Department Directions Approaching Shanklin from Lake, turn left into Clarence Gardens at the very top of Arthurs Hill.We are the first house on the left. Show Map... Contact Us Clarence House B and B,2 Clarence Gardens, Shanklin, Isle of Wight,, PO37 6HA

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