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Welcome to Priory Bay Hotel, Golf and Beach Club

Address: Seaview Nr Ryde, Isle of Wight, Seaview, PO34 5BU

Hotel Description

Overlooking the sea between Bembridge and Seaview, Priory Bay Hotel offers a secluded private beach, free Wi-Fi, fine cuisine, an outdoor pool and nicely decorated rooms. Priory Bay Hotel can arrange your ferry crossing to the Isle of Wight at a discounted rate. All bedrooms are individually styled and feature tea/coffee making facilities, DVD and CD players. They all have an en suite bathroom with bathrooms amenities and guests can book an in-room holistic beauty therapy or massage. The Island Room Restaurant at Priory Bay serves seafood and game as well as produce from the hotel’s gardens and woodlands. The Priory Oyster Bar & Grill specialises on seafood and has panoramic views of the sea. The hotel's chef has worked at Noma - voted the best restaurant in the world. Set in a 70-acre estate, in a small valley, Priory Bay has tennis courts, a 6-hole golf course and croquet. The private beach can be reached via a path through the woods. The property also has its own helipad.

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