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14 Leed Street, Sandown PO36 8JG England
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#22 of 34 in Sandown

Whitecliff View is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Sandown, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Whitecliff View offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a seating area.

During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service and baggage storage. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.

When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out The Beach Shack, The Gaslight Cafe, and Serenity's, which are some cafes that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.

Best of all, Whitecliff View makes it easy to experience some great Sandown attractions like Dinosaur Isle, which is a popular natural history museum.

Enjoy your stay in Sandown!

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Michelle1967_13 wrote a review Aug 2020
Wingham, United Kingdom85 contributions49 helpful votes
Excellent location and value for money. No breakfast due to Covid but close to town so easy to walk and get something. Owners very helpful. Room was basic but clean and perfect for a base to explore the island
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled
2 Helpful votes
Tina L wrote a review Oct 2018
Poitou-Charentes, France19 contributions9 helpful votes
We asked to check-in early as we were attending a funeral, that was done without a fuss. The family room was beautiful & the beds were so comfortable. Plenty of tea/coffee/milk which was great. Breakfast was cooked to order, cereals were available. The staff were very nice & very helpful. We would definitely stay there again
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Date of stay: October 2018
Trip type: Travelled
Emma A wrote a review Aug 2018
10 contributions2 helpful votes
Context, solo visit during walking holiday, from 28th until 31st of August. Situated a short walk from the seafront, high street and station, this B and B is friendly without being overwhelming - I'm not keen on having to make too much small talk at the breakfast table! Julie was very welcoming and made a point of supplying me with cereal, milk etc. for a breakfast in my own room as I would be leaving early one morning, which was hugely appreciated. The cooked breakfast (included in the price) is very tasty, and the choice of juice, cereal, fruit and croissants, as well as yoghurts is very good. Breakfast is from 8.30 to 9.30 as this is a small business (6 bedrooms). The room: I was in a single at the top of the house. There was no view, but quite frankly why do you want to stay in and look out the window when the beach is 5 minutes away? Everything was very clean, and the bed comfortable, with an optional extra cover in the wardrobe if things turned chilly. The decor was a little mismatched/worn, and the wardrobe, TV and en-suite tiny, but this didn't matter as the layout of the room and the overall cleanliness of the hallways/public spaces show that the owners have high standards of housekeeping and have got all the essentials right for people on short holidays. A nice touch was the extension lead under the bed for guests to use, and the mini fridges in the rooms. The selection of tea and coffee in the room was also really generous and refilled, a nice change from hotels that think one sachet of coffee and one of milk will do for an entire stay! There are cats, but they keep their distance and seem friendly: they certainly like to watch breakfast being eaten from their vantage point in the conservatory. Overall this is a small B and B that provides the basics really well, at very very reasonable prices. I would recommend for solo visitors who like a nice quiet location close to amenities, who want somewhere clean and warm after their day out on the island.
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Date of stay: August 2018
Trip type: Travelled
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Response from julieandbubbles1966, Owner at Whitecliff View
Responded 1 Sep 2018
Hello, Thank you for nice review,i think given your comments i need to decorate with a plain wall paper.Maybe a new t.v a bit bigger and new wardrobe.I will add this to my todo list for the winter.But do hope to see you again Emma as your very welcome here. Kind regards Julie
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James W wrote a review Jul 2018
7 contributions
I stayed here for the second time in July 2018 in a single room. I have recently read a negative review, but not all the points are validated in my opinion. The breakfast is fine, tasty and set me up for the day each time. The owners were very nice and helpful and gave me some good restaurant recommendations. My bed was comfortable, the only minor thing I would say is the floor in the en-suite was rather creaky, nothing major to worry about. I slept well each night and overall enjoyed my stay and would stay again. Although I didn't need them, it said there was a microwave and toaster in the room, which I didn't see through my visit, although the iron and hairdresser were both available. It is a lovely place to stay for solo travellers.
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Date of stay: July 2018
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Trip type: Travelled
sandranash1 wrote a review Jul 2018
Redhill, United Kingdom1 contribution
We booked a king room which should be a king bed with sea view but we were put in a twin room at the back of the house with NO sea view. There was a small double bed and a single bed which was higher than the small double. The landlords thought by putting the beds together that would be the solution!, the two beds were different heights and the only way to get in bed was to climb across from the end of the bed, totally unacceptable. They also state that there would be a microwave, alarm clock & iron but we had none of these and a seating area which was a tiny table and only had one chair. The bathroom had a huge sink in a tiny shower room not giving enough space to move around, you couldn’t use the toilet properly because of the sink. Only space for 2 cars to park. Wi-fi didn’t work. On checking out the landlady wouldn’t even come to talk to us to apologise for the lack of comfort and we could clearly hear her talking about us because we were not happy at not receiving what we booked for. Breakfast was ok. On there website it states there is a lounge but we wasn’t told about it and the door was always closed so it didn’t really feel very welcoming.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled
Harry C wrote a review Jun 2018
Shanklin, United Kingdom136 contributions47 helpful votes
When we booked this B&B we didn't know what to expect but we must say right from the start we where made to feel welcome Julie and Darren made us feel like part of the family the room was very clean and well maintained the breakfast was to die for the B&B is within walking distance from Sandown railway station and very close to the beach pier and bus service.
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Travelled
Room Tip: all room are excellent the front of the B&B face east we here on the side of the house
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Response from julieandbubbles1966, Owner at Whitecliff View
Responded 22 Jun 2018
Thank you for your nice review,it makes us feel that were getting it right. Kind regards Julie and Daren
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drenetar wrote a review Jan 2018
Grimsby, United Kingdom75 contributions37 helpful votes
I stayed at this B&B when visiting my family and was struck by how clean it was. Julie, the owner was pleasant and helpful. There was plenty of choice for breakfast including an excellent full cooked. The shower was powerful and bed comfortable, couldn’t fault it
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Travelled
Response from julieandbubbles1966, Owner at Whitecliff View
Responded 15 Jan 2018
Hello, I am so glad you enjoyed your stay.Hope you visit again. Kind regards Julie and team
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Anna P wrote a review Oct 2017
117 contributions26 helpful votes
It's a traditional B&B. Nicely maintained and clean both bedroom and bathroom and house in general all tidy. Good cooked breakfast and Internet access without probs. Toiletries, fresh towels and iron. Few mins away from high street. Plenty positives. If you need a family room, you'll definitely be happy as ours was large and had details that new parents may need - baby bath, foldable crib, fridge and microwave to prepare milk. Lots of space as well. There is a small on site parking and, in case all spaces are taken, there are also some spaces on the street. Would I stay again? Nope. I guess we were a bit unlucky hence only 3 stars from us - the door handle fell off (thankfully owners were quick to fix it) and we were struggling with locking the doors. Then at 6 am the reception phone started ringing and as it was on maximum volume it woke up all residents. We were very tired when we went to bed and we woke up even more knackered after the morning phone incident. The most disappointing however was the fact that we booked the last room on booking.com which was a family one (we only needed a double). There were other B&Bs in the area with cheaper double rooms but as this one had a description of a sea view, I thought it would be worth paying extra. I attach the pictures from the window. Yes, it was a bit cloudy but nevertheless it is by no stretch of imagination a sea view room. It was misleading and we could have booked something else for less money. Overall, I think you will be happy in Whitecliff View but in our case it just didn't meet our needs or expectations we had.
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Travelled
Logan1975 wrote a review Oct 2017
Shanklin, United Kingdom62 contributions34 helpful votes
From entrance to Leaving this is a Top Rate B&B within easy access of the TC and beach.Lovely Friendly Hosts throughout.Help with Bags to the Room.Communal areas are very well upkept with all local Info.Room was a Single and Spotlessly clean.Fully stocked with towels,soaps and teas/coffees.Wi Fi worked fine.Bed was comfy.Bathroom was modern and worked and any towels used changed daily.Room was nicely decorated with a Fridge.Breakfast had an excellent selection of fruits,yoghurts,croissants,cereals and a hearty well cooked full breakfast.There is Parking.I stayed an extra day for my requirements.Hard to Fault and a lot better than more Expensive Places Locally.Great Service from the Hosts.I would stay again....
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Date of stay: October 2017
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Trip type: Travelled
Response from julieandbubbles1966, Owner at Whitecliff View
Responded 7 Oct 2017
Hello, Thank you for the lovely review,i have worked hard to make this place comfortable and its so nice to hear good reviews.I hope to see you again as i know how important it is to have a pleasant experience when you go away for a break from the stresses in life. Kind regards Julie
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belgo38 wrote a review Aug 2017
London, United Kingdom30 contributions10 helpful votes
I booked this room last minute and to be honest did so because it was the cheapest I could find. I'd looked at the pictures and thought it looked 'ok and would do for the night.' ....... I have to say, the photos do not do this place justice! The rooms are large, warm, nicely decorated and clean. There is an abundance of tea, coffee, hot chocolate and MILK! A fridge in the room with a flat screen tv and cable. The shower was lovely and powerful and when I stated we would be leaving before breakfast the owner filled our fridge with yogurts, orange juice, milk and cereal so we could eat before we left. We arrived and left at very strange times and the owners were very accommodating. Although we did not have the cooked breakfast other family members did and they stated it was very very good. The property is less than a five minute walk to the pier and perfectly situated. I will without a doubt be staying at the whitecliff view again and highly recommend it
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled
Response from julieandbubbles1966, Owner at Whitecliff View
Responded 4 Sep 2017
Thank you,glad to know were getting it right. Kind regards Julie
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Frequently Asked Questions about Whitecliff View
Which popular attractions are close to Whitecliff View?
Nearby attractions include Glory Art Glass (0.1 km), The Holistic Emporium (0.2 km), and Sandown Pier (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Whitecliff View?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and room service.
Which room amenities are available at Whitecliff View?
Top room amenities include a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a seating area.
Is parking available at Whitecliff View?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Whitecliff View?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bellamy's Bistro, The Old Corner Bank, and The Beach Cafe.
Are there any historical sites close to Whitecliff View?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Godshill Church (7.4 km), Arreton Barns (6.7 km), and Bembridge Windmill (5.3 km).