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A multi-award winning Five Star premier Isle of Wight Guest House, Foxhills has been awarded TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for 7 years running.
Truly outstanding, Foxhills is located on a wide leafy avenue amidst beautiful gardens backed by dappled woodland. Guests appreciate our luxury rooms, and our health and beauty facilities. We pride ourselves on providing good old fashioned service and courtesy.
Just 15 minutes’ walk from the nearest sandy beach, and just a short stroll from Old Shanklin Village.
Catering to the discerning traveller, Foxhills of Shanklin is pleased to offer traditional breakfast fare including Lincolnshire Sausages, Black Pudding and Smoked Back Bacon but also a good variety of plant based dishes for our Vegan and Vegetarian clients.
Start your day with a superb selection of fresh fruits, yoghurts and cereal followed by our award-winning breakfasts, relax with a good book in our comfortable lounge, or treat yourself to a massage or beauty treatment in our onsite therapy room.
All our beautifully appointed guest rooms have ensuite facilities, flat-screen TV with DVD player, and tea/coffee making facilities.
After a long day of exploring, guests can relax in the terraced gardens, have a cocktail on the patio, or simply chill out in our comfortable lounge with log burner.
The guest house is fully licensed and offers a wide range of spirits, liquers, wines and beers.
Foxhills of Shanklin has been awarded 5 star status by Visit England for its attention to detail, customer service and comfort.
So why not come and see for yourself what all the excitement is about.
We promise you won't be disappointed.
We have a ground floor room, please refer to our access statement for more detailed description.
Foxhills has won the Visit England Rose Award 2018 for consistently going above and beyond in Customer Service. Thank you to all our fantastic guests who took the time to write reviews and tell everyone about their stay.
We have also received an award for our Breakfast in 2017 and 2018.
At Foxhills we are working hard to reduce our impact on our fragile environment. We all need to do our bit to minimize our carbon footprint, but also to consciously eliminate as much single use plastic items from everyday use. Items like plastic straws, yoghurt pots, coffee cups and lids are having a devastating impact on marine wildlife. We are big on recycling too and kindly ask guests to assist us in ensuring recycle items do not end up in landfill.
At Foxhills we are pleased to offer a variety of vegetarian and vegan options alongside our traditional fare for meat eaters. We recognize that our food choices should compliment yours. Every day we will have a wide selection of non meat dishes, and in the summer months there will be delicious daily specials to choose from too.
You can be confident that all Vegan and Vegetarian meals are prepared and cooked without cross contamination from meat products.
Although we are Vegetarian friendly and Vegan Friendly we cater for guests who are fans of the traditional English Breakfast too. Foxhills is not exclusively Vegan or Vegetarian.
Take a look at our current breakfast menu for the dishes being served!
VisitEngland has this week revealed the winners of the fourth annual ROSE Awards at the Independent Hotel Show in London, with 3 Isle of Wight businesses scooping the honour.
The ROSE Awards, this year awarded to 100 recipients across the country, puts the spotlight on those accommodation providers across England who provide visitors with the warmest of welcomes. They recognise the owners, management and employees of establishments that go above and beyond, making customers’ experiences extra special, irrespective of star rating, style or accommodation type.
Foxhills of Shanklin has been awarded a coveted ROSE award for 2018.
VisitEngland Director Patricia Yates said:
“From B&Bs in beautiful countryside and glamorous glamping to boutique hotels to quintessentially English pubs with rooms, a range of outstanding accommodation providers right across the country are being recognised. It is the human touch that these people provide that make visitors’ experiences memorable, ensuring repeat business and helping the industry thrive.”