Haven Hall Hotel

Haven Hall Hotel

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Situated within 2 acres of land, Haven Hall Hotel offers luxury accommodation in Shanklin Isle of Wight. The property is located on the cliff top, offering views of the sea, cliffs and the bay. Free private parking is available on site. Queen Victoria’s summer palace, Osborne House is 18 km away from the accommodation.

This luxury boutique hotel has 14 en-suite bedrooms, 7 of which have living rooms and kitchen attached. All rooms are air-conditioned with free WiFi. The bedrooms have super king size bed, which can be made into 2 twin beds if requested.

The 2 acre garden includes a lawn tennis court and a swimming pool. Guests can engage in various activities in the area, such as golf, horse riding, snorkelling and windsurfing. The hotel provides a helipad and Tesla/Electric vehicle charging stations which are complimentary for guests.

Recent guests include the actor Colin Firth, the comedian Jimmy Carr and the footballer Peter Crouch with his wife Abbey Clancy.

Haven Hall can provide a 20% discount voucher for ferry travel to the Isle of Wight.

It took owners David and Arielle four years of renovation work to get their Edwardian property up to scratch, including incorporating Lutyens-style steps into florid gardens which have deservedly won awards. Though each room is distinctive, the overall style is ‘Arts and Crafts’, and impressively overseen by Arielle – to the extent of her hand-sewing 98 headboard cushions and trawling auctions for curios, aneroid barometers, Royal Doulton figurines and chaise longues. Best of all are the lights, ranging from crystal chandeliers to birdcage lamps.

Haven Hall’s breakfast buffets are served in a bright, French-windowed room, and span sourdoughs, fruits, cereals, cafetiere coffee and regularly restocked hot plates. Eggs are cooked to order, and the local sausages are delicious. There’s no restaurant, but aperitifs can be taken in various lounges unless private functions are afoot.