B and Bs in Sandown

The Denewood
7-9 Victoria Road
Isle of Wight

PO36 8AL | View map

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The Denewood is situated in a quiet residential avenue just moment away from Sandown's beautiful golden Blue Flag Award beaches & bustling esplanade & pier, and with the Tiger Sanctuary & Zoo, Putting & Golf Courses, traditional seaside amusements and high street, all within walking distance from The Denewood. For those who wish to explore further there is a bus stop at the end of the road and also one in the high street, and Sandown's train station is just a ten minute walk away. This family run guest accommodation extends a warm & friendly welcome to all our guests. We take pride in our attention to detail, personal care, friendliness and ensure that every effort is made to make our guests feel comfortable. All our bedrooms are en-suite and centrally heated with colour television, clock radio, beverage facilities and a hair dryer. Baby alarms are available on request. All our rooms provide for your comfort and relaxation, but for that special occasion, why not book our four poster room and add a touch of romance to your holiday.The dining room is spacious and inviting with an extensive breakfast menu that also caters for vegetarians. During high season evening meals can be ordered and our menu selection changes daily and caters for those who prefer the British traditional fare as well as those with a more adventurous palate. Vegetarian choices are always included on our menu and children can choose from either the main menu or a special selection of children's favorites. A selection of popular wines is available to compliment your evening meal.The Denewood is the perfect base from which to explore the beauty, history & character of this peaceful island. The Island is a treasure chest of fossils waiting to be found on the beaches and cliffs, but if you have a taste for history there is Osborne House, Queen Victoria's favourite family home and Carisbrooke Castle or just wander through the magical thatched villages of the Island.

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