The Havelock

Guest Accommodation in Shanklin, Isle of Wight

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

2 Queens Road
Shanklin
Isle of Wight
England
PO37 6AN

The Havelock, Shanklin

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Accommodation Description:

The Havelock was originally built as a gentlemans residence and over the years has been sympathetically renovated and extended to provide a mixture of 22 superb bedrooms and family suites. Set in attractive gardens, near to the sea and with its own Mediterranean style heated pool (open mid-May to mid-September), we offer the ideal location to relax in traditional, comfortable surroundings at outstanding value.Open 26th March - 1st November 2010, and located in a fantastic position; were just a few minutes walk from the sea, Shanklin Chine, Keats Green and Shanklin Old Village - home to a wide variety of excellent restaurants and pubs.All bedrooms are en-suite, they have been tastefully decorated and furnished; many also have sea views. They all have digital TVs, tea and coffee making facilities and hairdryers.

The hotel is a non-smoking establishment, although ashtrays are provided on the terraces. Free private car parks at front and rear of hotel. Children over the age of 5 years only.

 4 star rating

From: £34.00

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