Isle Of Wight - The Diamond Isle - Shanklin - Dbb
The Isle of Wight is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing break, at any time of the year. It is a stunning Island with unspoilt scenery and a wealth of fascinating attractions. Explore cliff tops walks, beaches and coastal woodland. The wonderfully varied and unspoilt coastline scenery is probably the Island's finest natural asset, from glistening chalk cliffs overlooking clear waters to the tranquil estuaries which meander inland. This holiday is for 5 days and stays at the Daish's Hotel in the old world village of Shanklin
4 Nights, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Excursions as described
Entertainment Most Evenings
Return ferry crossings to the Island
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Lying at the southern end of Sandown Bay, you'll find the contrasting resort of Shanklin. At the foot of the spectacular cliffs is a long, safe sandy beach and promenade. At the top of the cliffs is the picturesque old town with narrow streets, thatched cottages, tea rooms and the famous Crab Inn. The Old Town and promenade are linked by a cliff lift, or a stunning cliff walk for the more energetic. Shanklin is one of the more intimate holiday resorts on the Island, but still offers it's own theatre, lively pubs and entertainment. You may also like to sample the amazing cliff walk to neighbouring Sandown.
Daishs Hotel, Shanklin O O O
Situated on Shanklin High Street, the original building was an 18th century coaching inn, and you can still see a number of the period features today. The coffee shop serves light snacks and refreshments, perfect for enjoying in the hotels large garden and sun terrace. In the evening you'll enjoy some of the islands best acts in the Tally Ho Bar. Bedrooms are ensuite and offer TV & tea/coffee making facilities. Lift.
EXCURSION 1: We enjoy an Island tour starting with an included morning coffee stop at the Wight Mouse Inn we then follow the coastal scenery of Freshwater Bay to Allum Bay where we enjoy our lunch stop. Home to The Needles, the famous multi coloured sands and the cable car from the cliffs down the beach. A short journey then takes us to
Yarmouth, a compact town with narrow streets, small harbour and attractive houses. We return to our hotel via the stunning downs.
EXCURSION 2: A morning jaunt to he picturesque olde worlde village of Godshill. With an abundance of thatched cottages, tea rooms and unusual shops, Godshill is one of the
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