Welcome to the Miclaran Guest House
Bed and Breakfast in Shanklin on the Isle of Wight, just for adults.
The Miclaran holds a superb cliff top location in a quiet residential area between Shanklin and Sandown, enjoying stunning panoramic sea views over Sandown Bay to Culver Cliff. The garden is adjacent to the cliff path and steps nearby lead down to Shanklin's lovely sandy beaches below.
The bay is sheltered and offers safe bathing and a variety of water sports such as canoeing, sailing and paddle boarding.
Walkers and cyclists are welcomed and guests just wanting to relax and unwind -perhaps with a drink in our beautiful garden overlooking the sea.
The picturesque Thatched Shanklin Old Village, Shanklin and Sandown Esplanades are within walking distance where you will find an array of restaurants, cafés, bars and shops.
We are proud of the standard of accommodation, cleanliness and service offered to guests:
- Adults only
- Panoramic sea view rooms
- Comfortable individually decorated bedrooms with en-suite facilities
- Complimentary toiletries and beverage trays in each room
- Great breakfasts with vegetarian and gluten-free options
- Guest Lounge
- Garden with terrace and sea views.
- Free on-site parking
- Free Wi Fi
- Secure Cycle Storage
- We're Good to Go Accreditation- CoVid Prepared Policy.
We hope you enjoy your stay and recommend our accommodation to others.
BOOK DIRECT for the BEST PRICE and SPECIAL OFFERS
A loyalty discount is offered to returning guests and for DIRECT BOOKINGS we can book a DISCOUNTED CAR FERRY
There are good transport links if not bringing a car, the local train station is a 10 minute walk away and there is a very good regular bus service across the island- please refer to location page.
The Miclaran caters exclusively for adults only (16 years minimum) and has a no smoking policy in place throughout the premises.
COVID 19 UPDATE
STAY HOME- PROTECT THE NHS-SAVE LIVES
To our visitors; the Isle of Wight is now in lockdown.
To our valued visitors, we hope that you are safe, healthy and staying upbeat at this time.
The island will wait and we will look forward to welcoming visitors back when the government
tells us its safe to do so. Keep safe.
Sue & Alan