The Priory Oyster, a terrific restaurant attached to the Priory Bay Hotel." This article was also available in the Conde Naste Traveller, June 2009. Full article here.
"... the stunning Priory Bay hotel, a 70-acre country estate nestled atop a small valley overlooking the sea."
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"This Country House Hotel has all the ingredients for unwinding." Full article here.
"In addition to superb food, the lure of a private one-and-a-half-mile stretch of sandy beach appeals to many guests, whether for wedding celebrations, private parties or simply good old bucket-and-spade fun" Full article here.
"Set within wooded and landscaped grounds leading down to a beautiful private beach, Priory Bay Hotel was originally a medieval priory with Tudor and Georgian additions." Full article here.
" You don't have to get on a plane to find a little slice of paradise." Full article here.
"A hotel set in 70 acres of land overlooking a private beach. And scrap all notions of Isle of Wight beach boarding houses, this is altogether a better class of establishment." Full article here.
"It offers the elegance and luxury associated with country house hotels in Britain, but without the stuffiness. A private beach, about three-quarters of a mile long, creates an informal atmosphere, and barefoot guests are encouraged to feel at home in the public rooms..." Full article here.