Lisle Combe

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Ventnor, Isle of Wight

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Undercliff Drive, St Lawrence
Ventnor
Isle of Wight
England
PO38 1UW

Lisle Combe, Ventnor

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A beautiful Elizabethan style Country House with amazing sea views surrounded by extensive gardens minutes from rocky coves and the coastal footpath. Lisle Combe is a family run Bed and Breakfast business with local knowledge and historical interest for all. Wander through the 200 year old gardens to our secluded beach for your very own private picnic or enjoy a cream tea on the sunny south and sea facing veranda.

Lisle Combe is a 200 year old grade 2 listed property with unique architecture and style. It is steeped in literacy and world wide history which will be recognised by many. We are a family run business and welcome all visitors who wish to escape from the hustle and bustle of the 21st century.

We hope that all our guests from walkers to historians will love the relaxed and friendly atmosphere at Lisle Combe. We have two bed and breakfast rooms which can be used in a number of combinations from single occupancy to doubles or twin beds with added beds for families too. Please call us on 01983852582 if you have any queries.

All our rooms have tea and coffee making facilities TV with DVD hair dryer and separate wash basin. We have wonderful Neal's Yard Remedy toiletries in the private bathrooms with soft towels for our guests to use. The rooms are spacious and comfortable with additional seating for those times when you want to just sit and look out the window at the sea or garden view.

Breakfast is a friendly affair with lots of local produce and choice on offer just order the night before or that morning if you don't mind the wait! It can be communal on our large refectory table or if you prefer privacy on a table for two in the Drawing room or if warm outside on the veranda just for fun! We are located in the warm sub tropical climate of St Lawrence on the south side of the island only a short walking distance from both the tranquil Steephill Cove and renowned Ventnor Botanic Gardens. Ventnor is a 5 minute drive away within walking distance with many good eating and antique stops. It has a vibrant cultural feel with the Arts Club and Fringe festival.

Lisle Combe is an ideal base for exploring the Isle of Wight with Osbourne House and Carisbrooke Castle only 30 minutes drive and fabulous beaches all around. We have local knowledge from many years on the island and depending on your interests we can point you in the direction of dinosaurs or dungeons!.

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