standard-title Isle of Wight Holidays Portal The Isle of Wight is great for holidays and we have it all - hotels, B&B's, guest houses, self catering cottages and flats, glamping, camping and touring sites, as well as holiday parks. The Isle of Wight has around 70 tourist attractions which will appeal to all ages, like Blackgang Chine, Robin Hill and Dinosaur Isle and many bars and restaurants that offer fresh local produce and seafood. In July the Island plays host to one of the many festivals here, The Isle of Wight Festival at Newport draws tens of thousands of people to our shores, as does Jack Up The 80's and the Garlic Festival. isleofwight.com aims to provide you with EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR THE PERFECT ISLE OF WIGHT HOLIDAY.
Isle of Wight Holidays Portal
The Isle of Wight is great for holidays and we have it all - hotels, B&B's, guest houses, self catering cottages and flats, glamping, camping and touring sites, as well as holiday parks. The Isle of Wight has around 70 tourist attractions which will appeal to all ages, like Blackgang Chine, Robin Hill and Dinosaur Isle and many bars and restaurants that offer fresh local produce and seafood. In July the Island plays host to one of the many festivals here, The Isle of Wight Festival at Newport draws tens of thousands of people to our shores, as does Jack Up The 80's and the Garlic Festival. isleofwight.com aims to provide you with EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR THE PERFECT ISLE OF WIGHT HOLIDAY.
The Island has a great selection of hotels and boutique hotels with prices that suit all budgets.
Why not explore what we have to offer.
A B&B offers the people an excellent base and the chance to go out and try different venues to eat. Great for everyone.
In the country side of our beautiful Island or by the sea, there is a site to suit everyone. Some are on fantastic holiday parks.
Holiday cottages by the sea, flats, farm houses, barns and glamping, the Isle of Wight has it all. All you have to do is choose which.
Holiday Parks are great for families and people looking for organised events and great facilities. We have parks in every corner of the Island so find out more.
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Welcome to isleofwight.com. Our website includes a comprehensive range of everything that is great about the Isle of Wight. “The Garden Isle”, as it is known, offers a vast array of holiday accommodation for every taste and budget. There are hotels, bed and breakfasts, holiday parks, self catering holiday cottages, caravan and camping parks and boutique hotels. There is something for all the family, couples, youngsters and hopeless romantics looking for that special break.
The Isle of Wight is perhaps one of the most special places in the UK to enjoy as a holiday or short break. Located just off the south coast, you will sail away to a beautiful Island and leave the “hustle and bustle” of mainland Britain behind. The short ferry journey across the Solent is both inspiring and relaxing.
The Isle of Wight has so much to offer, from the Isle of Wight Festival, Bestival andGarlic Festival to our miles of stunning walks and cycle tracks. Much of the Isle of Wight has been designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty and the rolling downlands that form the backbone of the Island extend to the towering white cliffs at Alum Bay in the west and Culver Cliff in the east. We have superb beaches of golden sand at Sandown, Shanklin, Lake, Ryde and Colwell to pretty coves and bays, such as Ventnor and Steephill. For those wanting a more dramatic backdrop and a spot of surfing and fossil hunting, try Compton and Brook – you won’t be disappointed.
Approximately 23 miles by 13, the Isle of Wight has long since been noted for its beauty and scenery and breathtaking views and coast line. Indeed, it has attracted the likes of Dickens, Tennyson and of course Queen Victoria, who made Osborne House at East Cowes her home in her later years.
Fun for the whole family is guaranteed in our endless range of attractions and activities – lovers may fall in love all over again and walkers, cyclists, campers, caravanners and sportsmen and women of all ages will thrill at the challenges ahead. The Isle of Wight has something for everyone and all ages groups.
The Island also offers a wealth of specialist restaurants offering fresh, Isle of Wight produce from both the land and of course the sea with Ventnor Bay crab and lobster is often found on menus. We also have an array of pubs and restaurants that offer good value for money for those looking to stay with us on a bed and breakfast or self catering basis.
Wherever you go on the Isle of Wight, one thing is for sure. You will always receive a warm welcome and we look forward to seeing you soon.
Our motto is “a place to stay is a click away”, so we look forward to welcoming you soon on the Isle of Wight.
Garden Isle hotels offer fine quality accommodation in both Shanklin and Sandown, coupled with great facilities, such as indoor and out door swimming pools, spa facilities and modern, welcoming bedrooms.
FANTASTIC. This very stylish boutique hotel has recently been refurbished and is located on the cliff tops at Shanklin, looking out to see. The food here is excellent and that coupled with their relaxing bar makes this a great place to stay.
Oh WOW. This superb hotel is located in the heart of Sandown, close to the beach and the town’s amenities. The meticulously run Wight Hotel has superb facilities, which include stylish and modern communal areas, a large indoor heated swimming pool and Jacuzzi and a spa.
Managed with real enthusiasm and a real understanding of their guests needs, The Wight Hotel will be the perfect base for your holiday on the Isle of Wight.
Well, 2017 sees the 70th Anniversary of India gaining its’ independence from the UK. Queen Victoria was the last Empress of India and many of the articles and items that she was given during her time can be seen at the stunning Osborne House. Osborne, on the northern tip of the Isle of Wight is located at East Cowes and was the holiday home of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. When Albert died, Victoria spent much of her time at Osborne, looking out across the Solent to the Mainland.
Nowadays, Osborne is carefully looked after and maintained by English Heritage and it offers a truly fascinating insight in to The UK’s greatest Monarch, at a time when she was Ruling over much of the World.