Frequently Asked Questions, Albion Hotel
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Freshwater Bay, Freshwater, Isle of Wight, PO40 9RA, United Kingdom.
Check-in cannot be guaranteed until 4pm on the day of your arrival however, rooms are usually ready much earlier.
Check-out is at 10.30am.
Yes, we have a large on-site car park – free of charge for hotel guests.
We feel that our guestbook reviews speak for themselves, and we are therefore not currently signed up with an accommodation star-rating programme however, up until 2018 we were classed as a 3 star hotel by the AA.
Yes, we provide tea and coffee making facilities in all rooms.
No, we do not provide fridges in the rooms.
Yes, we provide bath robes in all rooms.
All rooms have a large en-suite bathroom with a separate shower and bath tub.
Yes, we provide hairdryers in all rooms.
Yes, you can request an iron and ironing board from reception.
We have 6 rooms which can accommodate dogs however, this must be agreed with us over the telephone – 01983 755755.
We are no longer accepting deposits for individual reservations. Please see the ‘payments’ section of our terms & conditions page.
Please give us a call on 01983 755755; we can then assist you further
The swimming pool and whirlpool is open daily, from 8am to 8pm.
The swimming pool is heated to an approximate temperature of 28°C however, the pool room is climatised so you may not feel that much of a temperature difference.
No, we do not have a sauna.
Breakfast service is is from 8am to 9.45am.
Dinner service is from 6.30pm to 7.45pm.
The Isle of Wight is part of the UK so you do not require your passport however, we are sometimes required to see some photographic ID for check-in purposes.
No, the Isle of Wight has the same three pin outlets as the rest of the UK.
If you have booked car ferry travel with us, please give us a call on 01983 755755; we can then assist you further.
Please note that Red Funnel cannot amend travelling times for you.
There’s so much to get up to on the Isle of Wight… Explore the island’s official tourism website to find out more – www.visitisleofwight.co.uk.