Rooftree Guest House

Rooftree Guest House in Sandown Bay, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom | Bed and Breakfast | Guest House | Guest Rooms | Boutique Guest House

Rooftree Guest House are 5 minutes walk from the beach, shops and leisure centre in Sandown Bay in England, United Kingdom. Very near to the train station and a bus stop just outside the Guest House. We open all year round offering special deals in low season.

Rooftree Guest House's bedrooms offer a good 4 star standard. All our rooms are en-suite with colour television, tea and coffee facilities, hair dryers. We offer baby listeners, to give parents a break in the evenings. Cots, high chairs, baby baths, toys, books etc. all available at no extra cost to you. Our own children are very friendly too!

Families sharing get child reductions, cheaper weekly rates available. Dinner is a four-course meal with child reductions available. Careful attention is taken in the preparation of our menus. We do our best to satisfy our guests' appetites from a varied breakfast menu to a gourmet four-course evening meal.

Sandown Bay is famous for its long beach, offering safe bathing and space. With a varied choice of pubs and restaurants, don't forget the Sandown Carnivals.

The Isle of Wight also offers many varied activities and attractions for all ages. The Guest House is centrally situated in Sandown Bay in England for all amenities and attractions. Just a short stroll from the lovely cliff top walk, pier, shops, Leisure Centre and Sandown High Street.

Tourist attractions in the Sandown Bay area:

Red Squirrels
The isle of Wight is a nationally important refuge for Red Squirrels and with over 3000 on the Island, if you look in the right places, you will spot one of these magnificent creatures. Borthwood Copse and America Woods near Sandown Bay is just such a place, along with Los Altos Park, opposite the hotel. They have been spotted basking by our pool, running across the front lawn and even sitting on the front steps of the hotel!

White Tigers at Isle of Wight Zoo
Home to Britain's largest collection of tigers, this award winning zoo has been a dedicated ally to the tiger for over a quarter of a century. The Zoo also cares for a wide range of other animals including lions, leopards, jaguars, lemurs, monkeys, snakes, spiders and lizards. The tigers really are the stars of the show, with the award winning series Tiger Island being filmed here at the zoo. The fly-on-the-wall documentary series follows the lives of the tigers and the dedicated staff who care for them.

Amazon World Zoo Park
IOW Tourism's 'Top Attraction' award winner and the 'Good Britain Guide' Top Family Attraction. Amazon World Zoo Park is a special kind of attraction. Here you can learn about conservation and rainforests and come face to face with some of the worlds most unusual, beautiful and endangered creatures. Some you won't be able to see anywhere else in the UK or even Europe!

Godshill Cream Teas and Old Village
Godshill is the quintessential English village with its beautiful thatched cottages and famous Cream Teas. Exceptionally picturesque, there are several places that are unmissable, including the Willow Tree Tea Gardens, Godshill Cider Barn and there is even a miniature model village to explore!

Osborne House
Osborne House was Queen Victoria's home by the sea. Osborne was built as a family home and as you walk through the Queen's bedroom, the nursery rooms and even royal bathrooms, you get an intimate glimpse into royal family life.
There are acres of grounds and gardens to relax in, horse and carriage rides to take and a delightful restaurant and café.

Famous Ghost Walks
Paranormal perambulations and the Newport ghost walk was started in 1994 by Marc Tuckey with guidance from Gay Baldwin the author of the ghost story books of the Isle of Wight. Marc and Gay claim the Isle of Wight to be the most haunted in the world with the ley lines covering the Isle of Wight exactly as they do at Stone Henge. You too, can experience the paranormal on one of the famous Ghost Walks.

Sail Around The Island
WAVERLEY is the last sea-going paddle steamer in the world. Magnificently restored with towering funnels, timber decks, gleaming varnish and brass. See and hear the mighty engines - they will provide a whiff of nostalgia for some but are sure to impress all! With regular cruises around the Island from Yarmouth Pier, it is truly an experience to remember.

Waverley Paddle Steamer
Take a Trip on a Steam Train - The Isle of Wight once boasted 54 miles of railway, most of which was closed between 1952 and 1966. However its unique atmosphere has been perfectly preserved by the largely volunteer-run Isle of Wight Steam Railway, which began operating trains in 1971. The Railway is truly a journey back in time - a living, breathing museum!

Visit The Needles
The picturesque Needles and its famous lighthouse at Alum Bay simply must be seen if you have time on the Island. Take a chair lift to the beach below with its coloured sands or watch the skilled glassblowing at Alum Bay Glass. You can even take the short walk to the Old Battery for a truly stunning view!

Fossil Hunting and the Dinosaur Museum
Forming part of the Jurassic Coast, the Isle of Wight is famous for its fossils and dinosaur finds. The dinosaur museum at Sandown is even shaped like a giant pterodactyl and holds a host of interactive exhibits inside. You can even go fossil hunting with a guide from the Fossil Farm near Brighstone.

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Location Info


26 The Broadway
Sandown Bay
United Kingdom
01983 403175
Visit Site
Bed and Breakfast
Guest House
Guest Rooms
Boutique Guest House
9 En-suites
Family Rooms
Cliff Top Walk
Leisure Centre
Los Altos Park
Red Squirrels
Cliff Walks
Isle Of Wight Zoo
White Tigers
Amazon World
Zoo Park
Endangered Creatures
Godshill Cream Teas
Old Village
Tea Gardens
Miniature Model Village
Osborne House
Ghost Walks
Dinosaur Museum
Paddle Steamer