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Hotel Overview

At a glance

 

  • 104 bedrooms
  • Idyllic setting close to beaches
  • Standard Plus Rooms available
  • Outdoor swimming pool (May-Sept)
  • Lounge, bar and snooker room
  • Free Wifi in public lounges
  • 24-hour reception
  • Check in 3pm
  • Check out 10am
  • On-site parking

 

Less than half a mile from the seafront, the Broadway Park Hotel offers guests comfortable well-appointed rooms and elegant surroundings in a superb location on the Isle of Wight. The winner of a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, this popular hotel benefits from a range of amenities that include an outdoor swimming pool (open from May through to September), a snooker room and a lively programme of quality entertainment.

The hotel’s 104 spacious rooms are en suite and offer all the facilities that are needed for a relaxing break. Guests also have the option of upgrading to one of the Standard Plus rooms when they book, featuring updated décor, contemporary furnishings and a flat screen television.

 

The stately hotel building is set in four acres of peaceful grounds, and home to a variety of wildlife. Red squirrels are just one of the inhabitants that you might spot from your window or whilst wandering through the beautifully maintained gardens during your break. Although grey squirrels are causing these rare creatures to rapidly disappear from the mainland, the Isle of Wight has a healthy population, thanks to the barrier provided by the Solent.

The town of Sandown is on the East coast of the Isle of Wight and is well known for its long stretches of beautiful sandy beaches. The main beach runs along the Esplanade, meeting up with Yaverland – considered to be one of the Island’s best beaches. You can relax by the sea and soak up the stunning views or take a stroll and enjoy some of the delectable sweet treats or refreshments on offer at the numerous charming beach cafés. Keep a close eye out for fossils as you go – the Isle of Wight has earned the nickname of ‘Dinosaur Island’ for good reason, this is the most fossil rich place in the country.

There are a host of good local eateries in Sandown that offer a range of cuisines or you could venture slightly further to the Garlic Farm Café, which is just outside the town, and enjoy a unique and memorable experience at this renowned restaurant and shop.

The Broadway Park’s idyllic setting, which is close to the beach with plenty to see and do makes this a gem of a hotel, guaranteeing you the perfect break, whether you’re looking for a base from which to explore or simply a peaceful getaway.

 
 

Great offers available at this hotel

Room Types

The hotel has 104 rooms split across two room types, offering different levels of facility. All rooms feature a comfy bed, television, en suite and tea and coffee making facilities as standard, with additional amenities in higher graded rooms, please click the individual room types below for more information. A number of rooms have step free access and a number are adapted for guests with disabilities, please ask about this when booking.

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Standard Room

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Standard Plus Room

Location & Useful Information

Address

Bay Broadway Park Hotel,

Melville Street

Sandown

Isle of Wight

PO36 9DJ

Phone

01983 405 214

Important Information

Directions: From Fishbourne: Turn right out of the ferry terminal and at the junction turn left onto Eleanor’s Grove. At the roundabout turn right onto Newnham road, turn at the fifth left onto Stroud Wood Road. At the second roundabout turn right onto Ashley Road, take the left turn after the garage onto Green Lane and at the roundabout go right onto Brading High Street. Follow the road to the left and continue to a roundabout where you turn right. After about half a mile, turn right onto Melville Street and the hotel is at the end of the road.

From East Cowes: Follow the road from the ferry terminal out of Cowes and turn left at the second roundabout onto the A3054 towards Ryde, Then take the first right onto Park Road. Follow the road and turn left onto The Downs Road, just after the Hare and Hounds Pub. Continue until you see a sign for Sandown, taking the next right to get on Brading Down Road. At the junction turn right onto The Mall and then at the crossroads turn right again to get on Morton Road, continue to a roundabout where you turn right. After about half a mile, turn right onto Melville Street and the hotel is at the end of the road.

The Broadway Park Hotel has ample on-site parking available to guests

Local Attractions

Sandown Seafront

The traditional British seafront and pier offers a familiar range of amusements, including crazy golf, bowling and cafés serving up tasty treats

Dinosaur Museum

The local Dinosaur Museum offers a fascinating insight into the Island’s dinosaur history. More than 1,000 fossils are on display, alongside skeletal reconstructions, life-sized ‘fleshed’ reconstructions and two animatronic dinosaurs. Guided fossil walks are available on certain dates

Sandown Zoo

Sandown is host to the Island’s Zoo with a variety of animals, ranging from lions and lemurs to raccoons, owls and farm animals. The Zoo has been awarded a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence and is open for visits from 11am to 3pm each day

Amazon World

If you’re an animal lover, you might want to venture just outside the town to Amazon World, where you can see more than 200 different species, including mammals, reptiles, birds, fish and insects. Various talks and displays are held throughout the day

Shipwreck Centre and Maritime Museum

The museum in Arreton, which can be reached by bus, documents some of the most famous local shipwreck stories. These are displayed alongside thousands of artefacts that are spread through three galleries. Close by, the Arreton Barns Craft Village offers you the opportunity to watch local skilled artisans at work, explore the local shops and enjoy delicious food cooked from locally sourced ingredients

The Needles

Across the other side of the Island, you’ll find the Isle of Wight’s most famous landmark – the Needles Rocks and Lighthouse. This popular location offers a chairlift with stunning views, boat trips and the opportunity to watch both glassblowers and sweet makers at work

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