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All reviewsb bkaren steveavenue roadnothing is too much troublehonesty barcoffee and hot chocolatesea frontisle of wightwouldn't stay anywhere elsefruit saladcomfortable loungebreakfast was freshly cookedvisiting shanklinpublic roomsstayed for nightson arrivalroom number
All you could want from a B&B
The owner Simon and his son were perfect host,comfy room,large shower room,and a good choice for breakfast.plus a bar with a honesty box that's novel.
Good parking .
5 Minute walk to old town and plenty of good...More
After many years away we returned to the Isle of Wight and stayed at this exceptional guest house which is close to the Station and all of Shanklin's amenities. We were greeted by Simon with a nice tray of much needed Tea and Biscuits. Simon...More
Just returned from a 3 night stay at the Avenue. We were greeted by the Owen Simon with a pot of tea, very welcome Our room no. 7 on the top floor was very large with an equally large ensuite shower room.
Everywhere was extremely...More
First impressions. Good off street parking outside and a fairly newly decorated interior with what felt like new carpetting. Then I found our host, Simon, was very welcoming and helpful and son, Jonathan (I hope I spelled that right, so many variations!), was also very...More
Very nice B&B. Owner was very helpful. My daughter was booked to go horse riding and he sorted out travel details etc. Very nice breakfast though the assistant was a little too attentive. Our room was very clean. Plenty of space. Good cupboard space.
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"All the room will be quiet even those overlooking the road which is, itself, quiet."