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Isle of Wight Holiday Newsletter


The Isle of Wight is one of the UK’s favourite holiday and short break destinations, being so closely located to the Midlands, London and the Home Counties. One of the biggest reasons for its’ popularity is the fact that the short stretch of water – The Solent – makes it feel as if you are leaving the UK and your troubles behind and going off on an adventure.

Well, the kids summer holidays are in the past, but the Half Term Breaks will soon be upon us again and both you and your family deserve a fantastic break away in the run up towards Christmas.

One of the best and most cost effective ways to get away is to consider a camping holiday and we have some great places for you to enjoy. Some are located on the cliff tops, close to a Jurrasic beach, whilst others are tucked away in the Island’s beautiful countryside, just waiting for you to enjoy the wildlife and stunning surroundings.

If you STILL need convincing after reading our newsletter, why not drop us a line and tell us what you are looking for by way of accommodation or interests and we are sure that we will be able to help you.  Alternatively, give us a call on 01983 520052. 

Heaven is a place on Earth and it is on YOUR doorstep – it’s The Isle of Wight.



Brighstone Bay holiday centre offers self catering chalets and bed and breakfast accommodation along with superb camping and touring in a picturesque area of the Isle of Wight with views over the rolling countryside and sea. It offers Dog Friendly accommodation on a coastal park, perfect for walkers.

It’s the ideal base for people wanting to go surfing, because of the ease of access to the beach and Mountain bikers and walkers also have access to miles of walks, literally on the door step



The Isle of Wight is a walker’s dream, offering over 500 miles of well-maintained footpaths through
spectacular scenery and terrain, making it the perfect place for a walking holiday or break with 64 miles of coast paths adjacent to some of the Isle of Wight’s most dramatic coastline and beaches.

The Autumn Walking Weekend gives you the opportunity to breathe in the beautiful scenery and autumnal colours the Island has to offer. Go on – EXPLORE, there is so much for you to see and do.



Hidden on the south coast of the island, in an idyllic location, renowned for its mild climate. 3 lovingly converted barns sleeping 2-8 people, 2 self catering bungalows each sleeping 6, one lovingly converted cottage sleeping 6 and 2 Yurts each sleeping 4.

A Perfect Holiday Location The farm is set in the heart of the Undercliff in St Lawrence, an area of outstanding natural beauty. During your stay please wander freely around the farm and meet some of the ‘Locals’! Angel, one of our Sicilian miniature donkeys, and our 6 Jacob sheep & their lambs.

Walk to Steephill Cove or Monks Bay which are closeby.



Waverley Park is within walking distance of mainland ferry connections, local bus routes and Osborne House, Queen Victoria ‘s favourite home.  The house itself is featured in the Victoria and Abdul film released this

The internationally renowned yachting centre of Cowes with its many shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants is a comfortable stroll away via a chain bridge. A gate at the foot of the park gives access to the unspoilt esplanade, popular for fishing, sailing, crabbing and water sports.

This really is a great location for exploring Osborne House and the northern coastline of the Island which is so often missed.



This is a beautiful Camping Site and Caravan Park on Isle of Wight. Carpenters Farm Campsite is only half a mile from the village of St. Helens, which has one of the largest Village Greens in the south of England. Here there are often events and you can enjoy watching a Saturday afternoon game of Island league football.

The village also has an excellent pub and several superb restaurants.

Carpenters Farm camping site and caravan park is perfectly positioned next to The St. Helens Marshes SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest), an RSPB reserve. The old railway line, now disused, is a beautiful walk that will take you from St. Helens to Brading, through the marshes. Red squirrels are frequently seen around the camp site.



A perfect base for families and couples with good on site facilities and plenty of nearby walks and local places of interest.

The family holiday park is situated within 14 acres of lush secluded grounds, surrounded by beautiful open countryside. They are located in the valley of the Stenbury and St Martin’s Downs, which is a designated AONB, an ideal spot for bird watching and horse riding. For walkers and cyclists, there are also an excellent network of footpaths and cycle paths close by.

The Victorian town of Ventnor is close by and is a great place to enjoy the Autumn sunshine and the micro climate the southern tip of the Island affords. Try the Botanic Gardens too.


The Orchards Holiday Park on the Isle of Wight is an award winning, family owned, holiday park with high quality facilities. The Orchards has been awarded 5 pennants from The AA and has won Practical Caravans “ Overall Winner” in their Top 100 awards.

The park is situated in Newbridge, on the West of the Isle of Wight. It’s in a small rural village. It is on the edge of an AONB so there are stunning countryside views from all over the park.



At Heathfield Camping they have achieved a 4 star camping park and AA rating along with a David Bellamy Conservation Gold Award for the past 11 years.

The park is open and level with easy access to our 60 generously spaced and marked pitches all of which have electric hook up. There Premier View pitches with great views across the Solent towards Hurst Castle. Trees and hedgerows give shelter to most pitches. There is also a wild flower meadow with lots of space to exercise dogs.



The Garlic Farm in Newchurch now offers unique holiday experience of stays in one of their new luxury yurts located behind it’s ever popular attraction, the Garlic Farm.

Offering 3 luxury yurts in a private field hidden behind the farm all fully equipped with everything you could need for a superb self catering holiday on the Isle of Wight and with the added benefit of the renowned shop, café and restaurant close by.



At Beaper Farms enjoy 40 acres of beautiful unspoilt countryside with the camping pitches occupying two large closely mown fields, surrounded by farmland and ancient woodland.

Close to Brading, offering pubs and quaint little restaurants to suit all pockets. 800 meters in the opposite direction is  Tesco, a golf course, and a garden centre.Plus for the young at heart a Go Kart track.



In an area of outstanding natural beauty on the South West coast of the Isle of Wight is Grange Farm Holidays, a friendly family run farm providing self catering accommodation, camping & touring, Camping Pods and holiday caravans.

The farm is in a coastal location with fresh clean sea air with easy access to a beautiful sandy beach with stunning views of the Chine and Brighstone Forest.




On top of the cliffs in Bembridge overlooking Whitecliff bay, with it’s secluded beach, this great family holiday park offers top of the range self catering accommodation from glamping in the picturesque canvas village to static caravan holiday homes and lodges.  Great fun for all ages

The park is bustling with great on site facilities and activities to keep you occupied throughout your stay on the Isle of Wight.