Shanklin Isle of Wight Holiday Cottages 9th July 2016

Shanklin Isle of Wight self catering holiday cottages available from 9th July.

The coastal town of Shanklin on the East of the Isle of Wight enjoys a long sandy beach and historic town centre which makes it popular with holiday makers. Small parks and gardens can be found in and around the town in which to sit and enjoy some of the many sea views.

Shanklin is located on the coastal path and one can walk south to Bonchurch, Ventnor and St Lawrence and enjoy spectacular sceanary and views along the way. Alternatively you can take the coast road and take daytrips to the neigbouring beaches and bays.

For more information about Shanklin Isle of Wight visit the Shanklin Holiday Information below the selection of cottages.

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To See and Do in Shanklin

Shanklin Beach
Shanklin, Isle of Wight
Shanklin Beach Isle of Wight

Long sandy beach with gently sloping shore and great water for swimming.

Shanklin Old Town
Shanklin, Isle of Wight
Shanklin Isle of Wight

Pictureque old town with thatched cottages and boutique shops.

Shanklin Gardens
Shanklin, Isle of Wight
Shanklin Gardens Isle of Wight

Tranquile and beautiful gardens with places to sit and view the coast or listen to the birds. Cafe and crazy golf also found in the gardens.

Shanklin Coastal Path
Shanklin, Isle of Wight
Shanklin Coastal Path Isle of Wight

Coastal walk which can be taken to Sandown in the North or Ventnor in the South.

Eat and Drink Shanklin

Old Thatch Tea Shop
Shanklin, Isle of Wight
Old Thatch Tea Shop Isle of Wight

The Old Thatch Teashop is an award winning teashop – “Best Teashop on the Isle of Wight” & “Best Teashop on the Solent”. Our menu is varied with all our food being Homemade.

Address: 4 Church Road, Shanklin, PO37 6NU
Telephone: 01983 865 587
Pencil Cottage Tea Garden
Shanklin, Isle of Wight
Pencil Cottage Tea Garden Isle of Wight

Pencil Cottage is a 17th Century thatched cottage nestled in the heart of Shanklin Old Village. The menu offers homemade fayre made from a wide range of local produce including fabulous locally caught crab.

Address: 2 Church Raod, Shanklin, PO37 6NU
Telephone: 07766 917190
Pendletons Restaurant
Shanklin, Isle of Wight
Pendletons Isle of Wight

Pendletons is a superb family run restaurant located in the idyllic old village of Shanklin.

Address: 85 High Street, Shanklin, PO37 6NR
Telephone: 01983 868272
Shanklin, Isle of Wight
Morgan's Isle of Wight

We offer a selection of mouth-watering dishes, sourcing ingredients locally from the best of Isle of Wight produce to ensure optimum freshness and quality.

Address: 36 High Street, Shanklin PO37 6JY
Telephone: 01983 864900
The Crab Inn
Shanklin, Isle of Wight
The Crab Inn Isle of Wight

A beautiful thatched pub in the heart of the old village of Shanklin. When the suns out enjoy our front garden and rear patio.

Website: The Crab Inn Shanklin
Address: High Street, Shanklin, PO37 6NS
Telephone: 01983 862363

Holiday Attractions Shanklin

Foot Print Fossil Tours
Shanklin, Isle of Wight
Foot Print Fossil Tours Isle of Wight

For approx 2hrs our qualified Geologist will take you back through time, explain how the land beneath your feet has changed and will identify any fossils you find on the Dinosaur Island.

Address: Jurassic Jim, 22 High Street, Shanklin, PO37 6JY
Telephone: 01983 864577 / 077 9601 4004
Brading Roman Villa
Brading, Isle of Wight
Brading Roman Villa Isle of Wight

Get an insight into the lives of a Roman nobleman and see the ruines of his villa. The museaum allows you to walk around above the excavation site and look down on the preserved details.

Address: Morton Old Road, Brading Isle of Wight, PO36 0PH
Telephone: 01983 406223
Borthwood Copse
Borthwood (nr Sandown), IoW
Borthwood Copse Isle of Wight

Borthwood Copse is a beautiful area of woodland at Borthwood (near Sandown, Alverstone and Newchurch). The woods are well known for their population of Red Squirrels.

Address: Car parking along Alverstone Rd
Garlic Farm
Newchurch, Isle of Wight
Garlic Farm Isle of Wight

The Garlic Farm nestled along a tiny country lane below the Downs near Newchurch. We welcome visitors to our farm, farm shop & café and for food lovers, garlic lovers and the curious.

Address: Mersley Farm, Mersley Lane, Newchurch, PO36 0NR
Telephone: 01983 868732
Sally's Riding School
Bembridge, Isle of Wight
Sally's Riding School Isle of Wight

Sally's Riding School is a well established riding establishment. We have a good selection of horses and ponies which enable us to take children and adults, experienced and novice riders.

Address: Forelands Field Road, Forelands, Bembridge, PO35 5TR
Telephone: 01983 884023
Tackt-Isle Adventures
St Helens, Isle of Wight
Tackt-Isle Adventures Isle of Wight

Tackt-Isle Adventures provides equipment rental, tuition and everything you need for an adventurous activity on dry land or on the water. Join us for dinghy sailing, kayaking, paddleboarding, windsurfing, mountain biking and even Segway rides! Make the Island your playground.

Address: St Helens, PO33 1YB
Blackgang Chine
Niton, Isle of Wight / Chale, Isle of Wight
Blackgang Chine Isle of Wight

Blackgang Chine is a popular theme park with rides, games and a maze to keep the whole family entertained.

Blackgang Chine is also thought to be the longest running theme park in the world and many generations of visitors remember it for the adventure and excitement it offers. Located just outside of Niton on the South of the Isle of Wight

Seaview Wildlife Encounter
Seaview, Isle of Wight
Seaview Wildlife Encounter Isle of Wight

Leading the way with interactive wildlife adventures this multi-award winning park really stands out from the crowd! Tucked away on the NE Coast of the Island this hidden gem is a full day out for all the family packed with fun, hands-on wildlife activities and special V.I.P. Encounters.

More information about Shanklin

Shanklin Beach - The long sandy beach at Shanklin is one of the most popular holiday destinations on the Isle of Wight. The fine light sand is ideal for beach games and relaxing under the sun. Swimming and playing in the surf are popular activities at Shanklin Beach but there are also some organised events and activities for children and families. Punch and Judy can be found on Shanklin Beach in the summer months.

Shanklin Old Town - At the south end of Shanklin is Shanklin Old town with the thatched shops and public house. Here you will also find a range of traditional little shops selling local produce, old fashioned sweets and seaside gifts.

Shanklin Gardens - At the south end of Shanklin, between Shanklin Old Town and the beach is Shanklin Gardens which are a lovely peaceful place to take a short walk. You can walk from the centre of town up to a cliff top view (where there is a tea garden) and look down over Shanklin Beach. You are able to join the Isle of Wight Coastal Path from here.

Shanklin Cycle Route - There is a short bike ride from Shanklin which follows part of the Isle of Wight cycle network. The route is called Route 11 and is described here - Isle of Wight Cycle Route 11 - for more cycle routes visit our Isle of Wight cycling page.

Shanklin to Newport by Bike - If you are looking for a fairly flat bike ride with attractive rural scenery and with plenty of options to stop along the way and enjoy lunch at a pub or a picnic on a bench you might want to follow the cycle track from Shanklin to Newport (or as far along it as you wish to go). The cycle track is signposted from Shanklin station and is well marked all the way. - for more cycle routes visit our Isle of Wight cycling page.

Shanklin Coastal Path - The coastal path from Shanklin is a beautiful part of the route which runs right around the Isle of Wight. To the South it is possible to walk to Luccombe where you can visit Devils Chimney and have tea at the tea shop, then on to Bonchurch with it's 11th Century church and pretty village pond before getting to Ventnor where there is a beach and the Ventnor Botanical Gardens.

Shanklin to Ryde on the Train - You can travel to Ryde by the most punctual train in Britain. This day trip is a chance to visit the beach at Ryde or you may wish to incorporate it into a walk. One walk would be to take the train to Ryde and then follow the coastal path back towards Shanklin. You don't have to go all the way back (although it is achievable in a day) but rather visit the small seaside town of Seaview which is only 45mins to an hour from Ryde before returning to Ryde to take the train back to Shanklin.

Shanklin, Isle of Wight Links

Shanklin Beach Isle of Wight - Beach information about Shanklin Beach.

Shanklin Holiday Guide - Places to see, restaurants and cafes, plus much more about Shanklin.

Shanklin & Sandown Golf Club - The Island’s premier golf club. A warm, friendly welcome awaits Visitors and Societies alike at Shanklin & Sandown Golf Club.

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