Ben Adams' Isle of Wight hotel revamp given the OK

Priory Bay Hotel_Spa View

Proposals look to expand luxury offer at grade II-listed holiday haunt

Ben Adams Architects has won planning for the redevelopment of Priory Bay Hotel on the Isle of Wight.

The proposals for Aria Resorts aim to re-establish the site as a viable year-round holiday destination with a range of new accommodation added to the hotel plus improved and expanded facilities.

The newly modernised and extended grade II-listed hotel will provide 27 guest rooms and 14 suites, alongside an additional 12 woodland retreats and 56 individual lodges, all set in the hotel’s 19.7ha of grounds which include Priory Woods and Priory Beach.


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