Isle of Wight
Tel: 01983 852868
Fax: 087 0164 1643
Additional FeaturesCar Park
Colour TV in all Rooms
3 nights - Dinner, Bed and Breakfast from £250 per person.
4 nights - Dinner, Bed and Breakfast from £300 per person
Perfectly located, Bonchurch Manor offers a peaceful yet festive environment for Christmas. Walk down to the Ancient Church of St. Boniface built on the Saxon Church remains in 1070 AD for a quiet midnight mass and we will greet you with warm wine and snacks on your return.
Ideal break for those wishing to spend Christmas with friends in a peaceful and beautiful environment.
The package includes:
Welcome drink and snack
Breakfast and sumptuous dinner
Christmas Day lunch with champagne and light evening snacks
For those attending the midnight mass at the local Church, warm wine and mince pies will be available on return.
This booking must include Christmas day and Christmas Eve.
Deposit of £80 pounds per person is required to secure the booking. Deposits can be refunded if cancelled a month before date of arrival.
Unfortunately, children under 12 cannot be taken on this occasion.
DescriptionBonchurch Manor is a small hotel in Bonchurch, Isle of Wight. It is also home to The Tiffin Room, a South Indian restaurant. Bonchurch Manor is owned and operated by Shuba Rao and Mark Middleton, who acquired the hotel in July 2003.
We bring new energy and uniqueness to the business, appreciated by our guests, as can be seen in guest testimonials to date. We have lived in various countries around the world, are from academic and business backgrounds, have strong political and humanistic leanings and are global in our outlook. This is reflected in the service we offer, the food we serve and in our interaction with guests. We are known to e 'quirky', 'cosmopolitan and liberal' and 'can discuss anything from genomes to child-rearing'; we provide a 'formula free environment' that is 'so friendly', 'elegant', and 'chic'. These are some of the adjectives used to describe us. What we don't tolerate is a lack of humility; oppression of any kind; aggression and dogma.
There has been considerable investment over the past years which can be seen in parts of the building and in The Tiffin Room launched on 24 October 2003.