The Ocean View Hotel
The Ocean View is a charming, well-appointed hotel, situated in a premier location with an idyllic seaside position just a pebble’s throw away from Shanklin Beach. With a number of spacious bedrooms, many with sea views and balconies, you can sit and relax whilst enjoying the tranquil views across Sandown Bay.
Rooms and Rates
|Half Board per person per night||Room and Breakfast per person per night||Room only (no meals included)|
|January – March||£59.00||£44.00||£34.00|
|April – September||£63.00||£49.00||£39.00|
|October – December||£59.00||£44.00||£34.00|
|(Excludes Christmas and New Year)|
Christmas and New Year
Four Day Package – Full Board per person
|Christmas Package – per person||£440.00|
|New Year Package – per person||£440.00|
Offers and Supplements
- Infants under 2 years of age are free of charge
- Children under 12 years old – Half Price
- Single Occupancy Supplement – 50% (Applies when occupying a Twin/Double Room)
- Sea View Supplement – £5.00 per person per night
- Premier Room Supplement – £10.00 per person, per night on top of Sea View Supplement
All the above prices are per person, per night & inclusive of VAT, unless otherwise stated. Subject to availability.
For more information and reservations call now on 01983 861111
- Ample car & coach parking
- Fully centrally heated throughout
- Sea views available
- All bedrooms have ensuite facilities
- Tea & Coffee making facilities in all bedrooms
- Complimentary tea & coffee replenished daily
- Television with radio channels
- Telephones in all bedrooms
- Large bar lounge
- Music for dancing – large sprung dance floor
- Lunch snacks served daily
- Entertainment most evenings in the ballroom
- Lift to all floors
- Heated indoor swimming pool
- Full size snooker table
Shanklin named after the famous Chine overlooks sandy beaches and thatched roofs of 'Old Shanklin Village', suffuse it with 'Old World Charm'.
Take a short boat ride across the Solent and discover the Isle of Wight, an island of great natural beauty with a wealth of attractions for visitors of all ages. Shanklin, on the south east coast of the island, is home to a variety of safe, golden beaches and a quaint collection of shops housed in traditional thatched cottages.
The Isle of Wight offers stunning landscapes, award winning beaches, breathtaking seascapes and not forgetting its extensive history. Shanklin, named after its famous chine, has a climate as warm and gentle as its people and beautiful views of the sandy beaches. It is the perfect destination for all.
With its beautiful beach and gardens, Shanklin is a charming seaside town, one of the island’s top resorts.
Shanklin Chine – Tel: 01983 866432 – www.shanklinchine.co.uk
The town is well served by its sandy beaches, a traditional pier and a wide variety of shops, restaurants and cafes.
Isle of Wight Zoo – Tel: 01983 403883 – www.isleofwightzoo.com
Dinosaur Isle – Tel: 01983 404344 – www.dinosaurisle.com
Always a sea view to be had and its well-preserved 19th Century architecture offers you an insight into what the town was like in its Victorian heyday.
Botanic Gardens – Tel: 01983 855397
A quintessential English village, with its traditional thatched cottages, medieval church and bustling main street lined with tea rooms, pubs and craft shops.
Model Village – Tel: 01983 840270 – www.modelvillagegodshill.co.uk
Toy Museum – Tel: 01983 840364 – www.theoldsmithy.com
Newport lies in the heart of the island and is the centre for commerce, with it’s variety of shops, cafes and bustling farmers market.
Shanklin Train Station: 3 minute drive / 8 minute walk to and from hotel
Nearest Bus Station from hotel: 5 minute walk to and from hotel