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About the Hotel

The hotel’s inspirational location — nestled atop a small valley overlooking the sea — and beautiful scenery makes it ideal for weddings, corporate events, film and advertising shoots, product launches, and VIP hospitality. 

Set within the grounds of a stunning 70 acre estate, adjoining its own spectacular Priory Bay Beach, the hotel showcases hard court tennis courts, a croquet lawn, outdoor swimming pool and, reputedly, the best six-hole golf course in the South of England, The extensive grounds are a haven for wildlife and fauna and for guests wishing to discover Priory Bay's beautiful coastal and woodland walks.

Dating back to the 14th Century, this elegant country retreat inhabited by medieval monks, Tudor farmers and Georgian gentry showcases a medley of beautiful period buildings, restored and stylishly redecorated, to create a "country house hotel by the sea". Sitting atop a small valley with spectacular views to the mainland and East Solent, the hotel is located between the popular East Coast villages of Seaview and Bembridge.

With seven principal, nine classic rooms and two family rooms within the main house, Priory Bay Hotel offers two Tithe Barns (sleeping four adults and two children), while the self-catering houses and cottages provide further accommodation. The hotel and estate can accommodate approximately 100 people.

“You don’t have to get on a plane to find a slice of paradise”
London Evening Standard.

“It (Priory Bay) offers the elegance and luxury associated with country house hotels in Britain, but without the stuffiness”
The New York Times.

“Food is one of the main reasons to visit Priory Bay”
Daily Express.

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