2 Shanklin Manor | The Island Holiday Company

2 Shanklin Manor

2 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
4 guests


A large and impressive building steeped in history, Shanklin Manor is located on the outskirts of Shanklin Old Village and within easy reach of all the amenities and the beach, making it a fabulous holiday destination.The house was first mentioned in the doomsday book back in 1086 and Over the years, there have been a number of historical figures that have visited the manor in its various guises.

A wide sweeping drive leads off the main road, past the duck pond and into the private estate with beautiful communal lawned gardens to the front of the house. Accessed from a communal entrance, entry to the apartment is on the ground floor where you will find the kitchen and living areas, the two bedrooms are located on the lower ground floor.

The sitting/dining-room is a wonderfully spacious room with high ceilings and double doors opening out onto the patio-area. Sitting at the outdoor table and chairs you could enjoy your morning coffee here admiring the lovely surroundings. With large comfortable sofas in the living area and a wall-mounted Smart television, it is a perfect spot to enjoy a film and a glass of wine at the end of a day at the beach. The separate kitchen is also of a very good size and has a breakfast-bar for flexible dining options, very well-equipped with all the storage and space you could need. The building retains a lot of its original features with large windows making the whole apartment very light and welcoming.

The two bedrooms on the lower ground floor, a twin and a double, are tastefully decorated; there's an en suite shower-room to the main bedroom and a separate family bathroom with bath and fitted shower. This property would be a great place for a family or two couples, with the luxury of a bathroom each. There are patio doors opening from each bedroom to a partially covered courtyard area, external stairs from here lead back to the car park area. There is a designated parking space to the front of the apartment.



Property Information



Entrance hallway
buzzer entry system,
Cloakroom: low level wc, wash hand basin, heated towel rail
Open plan living /dining room
Living area: 2 x sofas, arm chairs, coffee table Smart TV, electric fire, French doors to private courtyard.
Dining area. dining table and 6 chairs
Kitchen: breakfast bar, bar stools, induction hob, electric oven, microwave, American style fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, kettle, toaster,coffee machine and Smart TV


Bedroom 1 : double size bed, chest of drawers Smart TV, bedside cabinets, dressing area, built inn wardrobe, French doors to small outside courtyard area (shared with bedroom 2) and en-suite
En suite: double width shower cubicle, wash basin with vanity unit beneath , low level wc and heated towel rail
Bedroom 2: twin beds.2 x 3ft singles, chest of drawers,built in wardrobe, French doors lead onto small outside courtyard area (shared with bedroom 1)
Bathroom: P shaped bath with electric shower over and separate shower attachment, low level wc, pedestal wash basin, shaving point and heated towel rail.


PLEASE NOTE: a pre-authorised, refundable, security deposit will be required a week before arrival at the property. No money is taken, unless damage is reported at the property within 14 days of departure.

No pets are allowed

Arrival time: 16.00 onwards / Departure time: 10:00

There is no electric car charger on site

Linens and towels are provided, but please bring your own beach towels and cot linen as necessary.

​There is a strict no smoking or vaping policy at this property.

Please be respectful of the property and the neighbours during your stay; leaving the property as you found it on your arrival.

A breach of the rules and guidelines could mean forfeiture of the Security Deposit.

The Island Holiday Company are able to offer discounted ferry travel when you book your holiday through us.


Old Shanklin town is within a 10 minute walk, with various pubs and restaurants and Shanklin Theatre, Also there's Shanklin Chine with waterfalls streams and rare plants.

The main town can be reached in fifteen minutes and offers a multitude of shops cafes, bars and restaurants to entertain all ages and tastes. It is well served by public transport with regular bus services to reach all parts of the Island and the railway 'Island Line' to Sandown and Ryde.

The extensive sandy beach at Shanklin is a 15 minute walk away and there is a lift during the main season. There's a variety of amusements, including crazy golf, arcades and ice cream stalls.

Within easy reach of the apartment are an abundance of footpaths, for walks through woodland and the surrounding countryside. Alternatively, hop on a bike from the local bike hire and peddle along the 32 miles that make up the Red Squirrel cycle path, part of which follows the old steam railway line.

Over half this beautiful island is protected as an Area of Outstanding Nature Beauty, so why not take a day to explore some of the stunning scenery by driving along the Military Road. Travel west from Shanklin, through Ventnor, a coastal town that clings to the cliff side and was famously the preferred holiday destination for aspiring Victorians; perhaps stopping on route to get lost in the peaceful Ventnor Botanic Gardens. The final destination being Freshwater Bay, with its sparkly, clear water and breath-taking views from the cliff top walks. Park in the Bay and walk up to Tennyson's monument and to really blow the cobwebs out, continue to the most western point of the island and the landmark Needles. The birds eye view is worth the hike and refreshments are on hand at the Old Battery, which was the Victorian coastal defence and secret rocket testing site, perched above The Needles. Dropping down the other side of the Tennyson down, Alum Bay comes into view. The twenty-one different coloured sands create a distinctive backdrop for the shingle beach. For those with a head for heights, take the chairlift up and down to the beach, to see The Needles from a difference perspective.

Out of the many other island attractions, why not follow in the footsteps of Queen Victoria and visit her favourite summer residence. Osborne House and gardens was designed in the style of an Italian Renaissance palazzo by the Queen’s beloved husband Prince Albert. In contrast, a day spent at Blackgang Chine will ensure you a rather different Victorian experience; having opened in 1843, it remains the oldest themed attraction in the UK.
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