Gay Lesbian Friendly Boutique Guest
Accommodation Shanklin Isle of Wight
Haven Hall Boutique Guest Accommodation, Howard Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight
Haven Hall Country House Boutique Guest Accommodation is a handsome Georgian house built in 1908, now fully restored to its former beauty without detriment to its archectural heritage. It sits proudly above the cliffs amidst manicured and landscaped gardens, gazing out across Sandown Bay to the English Channel beyond. All Haven Hallís stunning bedrooms are are en-suite and enjoy a fabulous blend blend of Chelsea house chic and Kensington house style were glittering chandeliers abound amist the period features of this beautiful country house. The bedrooms and suites provide glorious sea views over the beautiful manicured gardens accros Sndown Bay to the English Channel beyond. Each room and suite at Havens Hall enjoys luxurious interior design that includes super-king sized comfortable beds with plump pillows, crisp linen and tartan blankets, a unique flavour, with bespoke panelled headboards, unique lighting, tea coffee making facilities, TV, hair dryer, ironing board, lap top safe, blackout curtains and full air conditioning (that heats and cools) with individual room controls for your optimum confort. The stunning views that Haven Hall provide overlooking Sandown Bay together with the microclimate that this beautiful part of the island enjoys conjures up memories of the south of France as the island enjoys more sunshine days than Spain and is milder than anywhere else in the UK. Apart from the wonderful location and beautiful accommodation, it is the hospitality & welcome of your hosts David, Arielle and team that makes staying here very special.
Gay Lesbian Friendly Adults Only Hotel Shanklin Isle of
Rylstone Manor Hotel, Adults Only Gay Lesbian Friendly Hotel, Rylstone Gardens, Shanklin, Isle of Wight
Rylstone Manor Country House Hotel is a majestic Victorian Grade II listed house of substantial proportions, built with a delicious blend of Gothic, Tudor and Georgian architectural influences, as only the Victorians knew how. It is set in delightful parkland gardens amidst mature trees and
winding paths, which lead to the shingle and sandy beaches via cliff steps. There are nine fabulous bedrooms here including romantic 4-poster rooms, all of which are immaculately presented and wonderfully equipped, many enjoying sea views across the gardens. The elegant country house atmosphere at Rylstone Manor is intoxicating and flows effortlessly throughout this beautiful hotel. In the sumptuous and elegant drawing room, voluminous drapes frame the pretty views of the grounds through leaded windows and period furniture abounds making it delightful for relaxing at any time and the perfect setting for after dinner coffee and liqueurs. Talking of dinner the food here at Rylstone Manor is seriously good and
itís all prepared with an astonishing passion by Mike the joint owner and chef who was classically trained in Paris. His fabulous food is served with style in the elegant dining room were tables are graced with crisp white linen, fine cutlery and surrounded with period balloon back chairs all gently bathed by chandelier and candle light. Mike and Carole Hailston, the friendly owners who together with their team of staff, encourage all their guests to just relax and enjoy the atmosphere and surroundings. Just imagine all this elegance, service and style with no children. Simply priceless.
Gay Owned and Run Bed and Breakfast,
Adgestone, Sandown, Isle of Wight
High Pines, Gay Owned Lesbian Friendly Bed and Breakfast, Lower Road, Adgestone, Sandown, Isle of Wight
This beautiful bed and breakfast lies in the tranquil hamlet of Adgestone in an area of outstanding natural beauty close to the village of
Brading, and provides some of the most spectacular views on the island, such as Culver Down. High Pines is a must for those of you who adore
rural retreats surrounded by beautiful countryside. The added bonus here is that you are only a two-mile scenic drive to Sandown and the
beach. The accommodation here at High Pines is simply stunning: there are two large en-suite guest rooms, both with far-reaching views across
the south-facing garden to the fields beyond. There is a choice of extremely comfortable twin or super king-size beds with an en-suite shower
room or a double room with bath and shower over. The guest rooms are incredibly well equipped with: comfy settee, leather easy chair, flat
screen Freeview TV with DVD, wireless internet access, alarm clock, hair drier, makeup mirror, iron and board, silent mini-fridge containing
mineral water and fresh milk. There are also bathrobes, slippers, complementary toiletries and a generous hospitality tray. Taking breakfast
here is a delight as it is served in the privacy of your room or alternatively on the patio in the glorious morning sunshine and the varied breakfast menu includes vegetarian and gluten free options. Guests are welcome to enjoy the garden with its spectacular bell-roof octagonal summerhouse which is wonderful for taking a glass of something cold. What makes High Pines so special for me is that apart from the obvious comfort, style and quality of everything provided here, it is without doubt the incredible hospitality and friendliness of Nick the owner whose little finishing
touches together with his attention to detail make staying at High Pines very special indeed and something you will wish to repeat again soon.