The Channel View Hotel on the cliff top in Shanklin with a 2 minute walk straight to the beach.
This family run hotel can be found overlooking Shanklin bay and beyond, stepping directly out onto the path that takes you to the esplanade for the beach, pubs and entertainment, including crazy golf and the arcade, there is something for all. The other direction takes you into the quaint town.
The hotel offers an unrivalled position that’s within walking distance of both the seafront and the town. Start the day off and indulge in a traditionally cooked English breakfast, or something similar if you prefer.
All the rooms feature an en-suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries and fluffy towels.
On site there is a indoor heated swimming pool including a jet spa and sauna. You can even book in for a massage.
There is evening entertainment available at certain dates.
Shanklin, one of the most popular holiday spots on the Isle of Wight, has everything you need for a fantastic family vacation, a getaway with friends, or a romantic getaway. Sandown Bay, which spans about 8.5 miles from Culver Down in the north to Sandown, Lake, and Shanklin in the south, was named Beach Of The Year at the 2019 Countryfile Magazine Awards.
From the long, wide sandy beach, ideal for bucket and spade days, to Shanklin Chine, a wooded ravine, and the Old Village, with its individual shops, restaurants, and pubs, there is much to do. Shanklin has all the appeal of a true seaside town, and the beach is one of the most beautiful walks on the Island, situated against the magnificent sandstone cliffs. Rent a beach hut and watch the world go by, or try your hand at one of the many water sports available, or go for a paddle.
What about a cup of cream tea? What about a light lunch? What about the old-fashioned fish and chips? Crab and lobster from the area?
In Shanklin, you’ll find whatever your culinary desires are. You’ll find something to please everyone, from traditional cafes, tea rooms, taverns, and restaurants to an ice cream by the ocean. On weekends and during the summer months, many venues provide live music, quizzes, and entertainment, so it’s worth checking out what’s on offer. Many pubs and restaurants sell local ales and produce supplied directly from the Island, allowing you to truly taste and enjoy the Isle of Wight.
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