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Activities for adults on the Isle of Wight this Christmas

Fear not, for there are events to attend this Christmas with your friends, all with Covid restrictions for your safety. We’ve put together five of the best.   Undercover Christmas Club It’s 1647, and celebrating Christmas is banned, carols are criminal and turkey’s taboo in this riotous musical comedy created and performed by Riddlestick Theatre at St Catherines’s Church in Ventnor. A motley troupe of rebellious performers host a secret, late-night Christmas party against the backdrop of Puritan bans on theatres and celebrating Christmas. In fact, festivities of any kind are forbidden – sound familiar? Performances are Thursday 17th and Friday 18th December. Tickets

What to do with the kids this winter on the Isle of Wight

Christmas is slightly different this year, but there are still lovely events to delight your children. We’ve picked out four of the best, and all will have Covid restrictions in place.   Polar Pippa the polar bear, and her very special guests from sister park Blackgang Chine, will be putting on selective evenings of magical Christmas delight at Robin Hill. Walk down through the beautifully illuminated ancient woodland, experience the immersive walk-throughs to live music, visit the local market and sample their delicious festive food. You can even make your own Christmas decorations and ride the outdoor rides, with their festive winter make-over.

Free Isle Of Wight Attractions You Can Enjoy

It goes without saying that holidays can be expensive, even when you stay in the UK. Not only will you have to pay out for your travel and accommodation, but you will also have to pay for things such as food and drink on a daily basis too. Of course, you can holiday on a budget, and it is fairly easy to do so when you visit the Isle of Wight, but generally speaking, there are many different expenses associated with a trip away.   Thankfully, when you’re visiting the Island, if you’re wanting to keep your daily costs down, it is

Which Isle of Wight Cafes Should You Visit?

  When visiting the Isle Of Wight, even if you have self-catering accommodation, it is likely that you will want to eat out at least once. Thankfully, the Island has some of the best places to eat on the south coast and it doesn’t matter whether you’re wanting a three-course meal in a fine dining restaurant or classic pub grub in one of the traditional locals, you will easily be able to find something that meets all of your needs.   More often than not, when out and about for the day, people will want to stop somewhere for a coffee and a

Isle of Wight Accommodation For A Winter Getaway

Whilst every year many will book holidays for the spring and summer months, there are actually so many benefits to organising a winter getaway too and you don’t necessarily need to venture far from home. Simply coming to the Isle of Wight for a long weekend as the weather turns colder can help you to beat the winter blues and enjoy everything that the Island has to offer without having to navigate the masses of tourists that visit during the warmer months.   Of course, when you’re arranging a little break for the December to March period, the accommodation you book is

The Best Isle of Wight Walks For Your Walking Holiday

Many who enjoy walking holidays aren’t aware that the Isle of Wight is a brilliant place for them to visit. In fact, the Island even runs a walking festival every year where you can participate in over 200 walks, which is perfect for anyone who prefers exploring new locations on foot. The Isle of Wight Walking Festival is actually one of the UK’s longest-running walking festivals too and every year thousands of walkers participate.   There really is no denying that there are so many picturesque walks here on the Isle of Wight and miles of accessible footpaths to choose from both

Popular Isle of Wight Towns To Visit

  As ‘staycations’ rise in popularity, lots of people who would have previously jetted off on a plane and may not have considered visiting the Isle of Wight are now planning a holiday to the Island. It is fair to say that there are so many benefits to choosing the Isle of Wight over other popular holiday hotspots in the UK and many favour the Island specifically because it is famous for its beautiful quaint towns and villages.   Although the Island is fairly small, there are nine main towns and dozens of little villages to explore during your stay. Choosing where to

Isle of Wight Activities For Adults

  Whilst the Isle of Wight is undeniably the perfect destination for a week away with your children, it can also be a brilliant place to go if you’re wanting a trip away with friends. Lots of groups of adults will head to the Island every year to experience everything it has to offer and it is a brilliant choice, no matter what time of year you’re arranging a break for.   The Isle of Wight has so many incredible accommodation options for groups of adults and, of course, there are lots of great places to eat and drink too. If you’re starting

The Best Isle of Wight Holiday Cottages To Stay In

  When visiting the Isle of Wight, it is fair to say that there are some amazing accommodation options available to choose between. From unique glamping tents and lodges to classic hotels and b&bs, no matter what you’re looking for, you can guarantee that there will be many brilliant places to book.   Thankfully, there are a number of holiday cottages scattered throughout the Island and the vast majority of which are perfectly situated so that you have both an amazing country or sea view and are also close to a town or village. If you’re searching for an Isle of Wight holiday

When Is The Best Time Of Year To Visit The Isle of Wight?

When arranging any trip away, there will be many different factors that influence your decision on the time of year you’re looking to visit the holiday destination you’re interested in. Of course, some of these things will be personal to you, such as your work schedule, but others will be out of your control and solely down to the location you’re choosing to visit.   If you’re considering visiting the Isle of Wight and you’re wondering what time of year is best to visit, please keep reading today. Our team has looked into some of the most common factors considered by holidaymakers

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