Shanklin Manor offers luxury self catering accommodation set within the historic former manor house on the Isle of Wight.

The manor was first recorded all the way back in the Doomsday Book and over the years since, it has been a farm, the home of the lord of the manor, a luxury hotel and now, after extensive renovations and restorations, a selection of apartments. With such a rich history, we’ve put together a history page with more information and old photos here.

We are delighted to be able to welcome you and your family to the island for weekly stays and short breaks all year round.

Here are all of the details on what you’ll get in your apartment – a selection of photos are shown above and you can see the full gallery here:

  • Double bedroom with ensuite and twin bedroom – apartment sleeps 4
  • Family bathroom
  • Spacious open plan living area with:
    • leather sofas and home cinema and music system with Freeview, DVD and radio
    • dining area
    • granite topped kitchen with oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
  • Communal gardens
  • Children and babies welcome – travel cot with linen and high chair available
  • Free parking and bicycle parking also available
  • Free wifi
  • Linen and towels included
  • All utilities included
  • 15% discount available on all Red Funnel and Wightlink car ferries

Outside, there are 2 acres of grounds and garden with a listed walled garden and summerhouse. There are views across to the adjacent park, wood and farmland and a private gate with direct access to the park. Within the manor’s former grounds are now the Big Meade park with plenty of grass, a duck pond and children’s play area and also Shanklin Cricket Club. At the start of the road is the manor’s former private church, St Blasius, which is now the local parish church.

You can also explore a number of footpaths within a few minutes of Shanklin Manor. The Worsley Trail, which will take you to the top of Shanklin Downs and for the adventurous, onwards to Wroxall, Appuldurcombe House, Godshill and more, is accessible from St Blasius at the start of the road. Just next door is Holme Copse and Anne’s Wood, which also connects to the Worsley Trail and also Greatwood Copse.

It is just a five minutes walk into the historic Old Village to find its famous thatched cottages, now home to cafes, restaurants, pubs and shops, and you’ll then find the main town afterwards with all of the essential shops. Also, it is a short five minute walk to reach the cliff top with views across Sandown Bay and down to the sandy beaches on the esplanade with its wide selection of places to eat and drink and also Shanklin Chine and Shanklin Seafront for amusements, adventure golf and more!

To book your stay at Shanklin Manor, you can book direct with Shanklin Holiday Homes at shanklinholidayhomes.co.uk.

Shanklin Holiday Homes

You will find further information, pricing and also a wide selection of other apartments available in Shanklin.