ISLE OF WIGHT
Almost half is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and it has sixty miles of coastline with coastal paths which form some of its 500 plus official walks. The island attracts record levels of sunshine for the UK and has a variety of beach resorts to suit every taste.
- Family Friendly – cot & highchair available
- Beach and eating out within walking distance
- Washing Machine, TV, iron, fridge & freezer
- Sea view, open fire
- On street parking, bus stop nearby
- Open Christmas & New Year
January to March
weekend or mid-week £175
April to September
(excl. main holiday periods) £195
Two newly refurbished apartments in the village of St Helens on the East coast of Isle of Wight situated between the historic Village Green and the coastal nature reserve of St Helen’s Duver, The location is ideal for making the most of scenic coastal walks and sandy beaches, whilst retaining easy access to local restaurants and village amenities.
1 Drayton Villas, Newlands, consists of 2 refurbished one bedroom apartments, each with one double bedroom, living room including well-sprung sofa bed, fitted kitchen and bathroom.
The first floor flat has full-size windows which open onto a sea view (almost a balcony), and the ground floor a sheltered garden complete with furniture and BBQ. Both flats have the benefit of WIFI.
Very good flat in lovely location
We stayed in the downstairs flat which was the perfect size for the two of us. It is located in… Read more » “Very good flat in lovely location”
Excellent stay, lovely apartment
Had a lovely time, the apartment was clean and comfortable with everything we needed, lovely village with really nice welcoming… Read more » “Excellent stay, lovely apartment”
Perfect for us
It exactly what we were looking for. My husband and I stayed in the ground floor apartment with our 5… Read more » “Perfect for us”
Victoria's Island Trail
At the height of her reign, Queen Victoria and her husband Prince Albert chose the Isle of Wight as their favourite holiday spot. Creating a palatial home at Osborne, East Cowes, the royal family spent their holidays visiting attractions, towns and beauty spots across the Isle of Wight.
175 Years of Family Adventures
Holidays on the Isle of Wight offer a wealth of fun, relaxation and stress-free times. Whether you’re looking for quality tech-free time with the kids or the thrill of a day at exciting attractions, the Isle of Wight is the perfect place for family time out.
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Walk the Wight 2018
Walk the Wight is a unique sponsored walk in aid of the patient care at the Earl Mountbatten Hospice, celebrating 35 years supporting the Island. You can walk the whole route or do the first half, second half or the flat walk.