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Britain Planner
November 1999

"The Isle of Wight may only be a short hop across the Solent from the Hampshire coast but the moment you step off the ferry (it's the only way to get there), it feels as if the mainland is a million miles away."  Full article here 

www.ukparentslounge.com
November 1999

"Priory Bay Hotel is an elegant country house hotel that offers a warm welcome to families".  Full article here.

Evening Standard
November 1999

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 

Britain Planner
November 1999

"... the stunning Priory Bay hotel, a 70-acre country estate nestled atop a small valley overlooking the sea."
Full article here.

Psychologies Magazine
November 1999

"This Country House Hotel has all the ingredients for unwinding."  Full article here 

CLA Magazine
November 1999

"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.

Telegraph Luxury
November 1999

"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.

The Evening Standard
November 1999

" You don't have to get on a plane to find a little slice of paradise."  Full article here

The Observer
November 1999

"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 

The New York Times
November 1999

"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.

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