Isle of Wight paddling on the beach
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Cliffton Bed Breakfast Guest House Shanklin Isle of Wight
Island View Holidays Colwell Holiday Bungalows St Helens Rookley Country Park
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appuldurcombe gardens holiday park ventnor isle of wight Self Catering flats, caravans, camping,
Haven Hall Shanklin Isle of Wight Self Catering
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The Wight Montrene Sandown Isle of Wight
Bembridge Coast Hotel Isle of Wight
Cheverton Copse Holiday Park
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Norton Grange, Warners Hotel, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight
Woodside Bay Resort, Wootton, Isle of Wight self catering holiday lodges

Cowes, along with East Cowes are the Isle of Wight’s northern most towns and stand at the entrance to The River Medina, that effectively carves the Island in half.  Cowes is the yachting capital of the World and the waters of the Solent and The Island drawn all sizes of boats and water craft to their marinas.

Cowes sits opposite the entrance to the shipping lane that runs up Southampton water.  If you sit on the seafront, especially on a Sunday evening, there are liners leaving Southampton off on their voyages.

The Red Funnel Red Jet high speed ferry comes in to Cowes and the town is always bustling, with people either from the yachting fraternity or people looking at the many specialist shops that fill the town.