Roseglen Hotel

A Hotel in Shanklin, Isle of Wight

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

12 Palmerston Road
Isle of Wight
PO37 6AS

Roseglen Hotel, Shanklin
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Accommodation Description:

The Roseglen Hotel is in a central position for all amenities We are a family run Hotel who do their utmost to ensure that your stay is as special as you are Groups are welcome, we arrange a Door to Door Holiday Service collecting guests within an 80 mile radius of Southampton which makes it easier for someone who arranges group holidays as this type of holiday can be incorporated to suit special interests ie. walking, cycling etc.

The Hotel is in a premier position, being south facing and just a few minutes walk from the shopping centre, Old Village, beach and Esplanade. Our well stocked Residents' Lounge Bar offers the ideal place to relax in the evenings. The Roseglen offers a mix of light and airy bedrooms, including single, double and twin rooms, most en-suite, all with beverage making facilities, hair dryer, clock radio and colour television.

We have earned an excellent reputation for good quality home cooking and hearty breakfasts, served in our comfortable dining room with its warm and friendly atmosphere and service. We operate a Door to Door Holiday Service where we collect guests within an 80 mile radius of Southampton.

2 star rating

From: £28.00

Room Facilities
Wireless internet connection
Tea and coffee making facilities
Ironing board
Internet access
Colour television
Alarm clock

Wakeup call
Porter service
Non-smoking (throughout)
Ironing facilities
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Baggage store
24-hour reception

Free parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Fax machine

Dining Facilities
The dining room is light and relaxing where we serve a hearty breakfast between 08.30 to 09.30. There is seating for 26 guests, in the summer months we can open the french doors which opens on to a patio area where you can also have breakfast served. Dinner is served between 18.00 to 19.00 and consists of 3 courses with a choice of starters, main and deserts, special diets are catered for. Drinks can be ordered from the bar and we have a good selection of wines to choose with your meal.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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