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Belmont Hotel
8 Queens Road
Shanklin
Isle of Wight

PO37 6AN | View map
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The Belmont is an imposing former Victorian gentleman's residence, known for our warm welcome, friendly efficient service, and relaxing atmosphere. Standing in mature grounds, The Belmont offers superior accommodation in elegant surroundings, ideally located a short stroll to the picturesque thatched Old Village, wooded Shanklin Chine, beach and town centre.

We offer thirteen well-furnished bedrooms, all en-suite, including premier and superior rooms (twin, king-sized or four-poster beds), ground floor rooms and a family suite. Most have sea or garden views.

Start your day with a hearty English or Continental breakfast looking onto the garden from the elegant dining room, before settling down on the colonial-style veranda in the morning sun. Relax all day in our secluded sun-trap garden, take a dip in our outdoor pool (heated seasonally), and find the perfect place for an evening drink in our cosy bar.

Premier and Superior Rooms
Family suite
Parking
Ferry inclusive breaks

Details

Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 13
Number Ensuite: 13

Price per Person

Double: £27 - £42
Twin: £32 - £47
Single: £31 - £61
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome - Over 5 years
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - All non smoking
Tourist Board Inspected - AA
Building of Historic Interest
Swimming Pool - Outdoor
TV in Rooms
Garden

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