How can I book my room or event?
Please do contact us directly: Ring David on 07914 796494 or e-mail: email@example.com.
Where is Haven Hall Located?
At the seaside end of the cul-de-sac, Howard Road in Shanklin. Address: 5 Howard Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight PO37 6HD. This is located on East side of the Island overlooking the English Channel.
What forms of travel reach Haven Hall?
Foot passengers can come by train and ferry via Lymington, Portsmouth, Southampton: Car passengers can also travel via ferries from Lyminton, Portsmouth or Southampton www.redfunnel.co.uk & www.wightlink.co.uk Helicopters can land at Haven Hall. Private planes can land at Sandown Airport, 5 minutes away. Boats can dock in Bembridge, Cowes or Yarmouth.
How close is the train station?
Shanklin train station is a 5 minute walk from Haven Hall’s front door. Southampton train station can be reached by ferry via Ryde Pier, Fishbourne or East Cowes. We are happy to arrange a complimentary pick up from the train station.
What is your pet policy?
Haven Hall has one pet friendly self-catering apartment plus an extremely friendly resident labradoodle named Maizie who lives on site.
Are children welcome?
Anyone over 18 is always welcome. We are sorry but Haven Hall is not suitable for children.
Is there WiFi?
All bedrooms and public rooms have high-speed WiFi.
Are your rooms non-smoking?
All rooms and public rooms are non-smoking only.
Do you have a business centre?
There is a small private office available with computer and printer/copier/fax.
What kinds of recreational activities are there?
Haven Hall has its own grass tennis court, heated swimming pool (Summer only) and croquet lawn. The grounds are next to the cliff path that circles the Island providing beautiful views of the sea. Walking, jogging, hiking, biking, rowing, paddle boarding, sailing, swimming, surfing, jet skiis, golf, riding, shooting, paragliding, and trampolining are all available on the Island.
What is fun to do on the Isle of Wight?
For the most up-to-date information please go to: visitisleofwight.co.uk/ In addition to the well known Cowes Week Boat Races, there are many music festivals, carnivals, county shows, fayres, running races, boat races, jazz weekends, literary festivals, fringe festivals, classic car and scooter rallies.
What Arts & Heritage sites are there to see on the Isle of Wight?
The Isle of Wight has several stately homes, including Queen Victoria’s palace: Osborne House, Tennyson’s House (Farringford), Carisbrook Castle, Julia Margaret Cameron’s Dimbola Lodge, Appuldurcombe House, Museum of Island History, Wight Military & Heritage Museum, as well as several Roman sites and Quarr Abbey. Scenic sites include the Needles, Ventnor Botanic Garden, Steep Hill Cove, Fort Victoria, the Garlic Farm, Tapnell Farm, Haven Falconry Bird of Prey Centre, Newtown Natural Nature Reserve, Amazon World Zoo, Isle of Wight Zoo, West Wight Alpacas and the Donkey Farm.