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Mayfair Hotel
Eastcliff Promenade
Off Hope Road

Shanklin
Isle of Wight

PO37 6ED | View map
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Welcome to the Mayfair Hotel a family run establishment offering a friendly; relaxed and informal atmosphere. The Mayfair occupies an unrivalled position with views across Sandown bay to Culver down and cliff.Ideally located we are a 2 minute walk to Shanklin Beach. Ample of places to eat and drink. Great area for the family and for water sports. Excellent for hikers and bikers.We know how important it is to have fresh; white; fluffy towels; crisp; clean bedding and a comfortable bed to sleep on. All our rooms are ensuite and well equipped. The large; sea facing sun terrace and gardens; offer the perfect place to sit and enjoy a cool drink on a summer's day whilst watching the many ocean going liners pass by. On colder days; our comfortably furnished Lounge bar offers panoramic views from behind the shelter of the picture windows. The kidney shaped swimming pool is heated from May until September and is set in a private and sheltered area of the gardens. We have a variety of entertainers in our lounge bar performing live music on most evenings.Plenty of parking for guests.Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Regrettably; we cannot accept pets. Children welcome. Check-In time: 15:00 and Check-Out time: 10:00.

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