Isle of Wight Breaks 2022/2023
Treat yourself to a break away to the Isle of Wight and be prepared for fun and amusements by the bucket (and spade) load! With dramatic white cliffs, pretty resorts and tranquil sand dunes aplenty, the isle received Queen Victoria’s nod of approval in the 19th century and still proves to be one of the UK’s favourite seaside destinations today.
Superb sandy beaches, miles of stunning countryside and coastal walks as well as all the usual holiday entertainments. The Isle of Wight is truly stunning.
Isle of Wight Coach Holidays
4 nights at a selected hotel, Bournemouth with dinner & breakfast
Excursions to Dorchester Market, Weymouth & the Isle of Wight
Return hovercraft journey to Ryde, Isle of Wight
Departures: September - October
Shanklin boasts a long, safe sandy beach which lies at the foot of the spectacular cliffs on which most of the town is situated. The two are connected by a cliff lift. The traditional seaside part of town blends into the picturesque thatched cottages of Shanklin Old Town at the head of the impressive Shanklin Chine. Although a quieter and more intimate resort than Sandown it nevertheless has its own theatre, lively pubs and entertainments.
Anchored off the south coast, the tiny, chalky gem that is the Isle of Wight boasts 25 miles of sweeping shoreline, spectacular rugged cliffs, traditional English villages, and a host of coastal eateries specialising in fresh-from-the-net seafood.
Return coach travel and ferry crossings
4 nights dinner, bed and breakfast at our selected hotel on the Isle of Wight
Excursions to Osborne House, Cowes & Ryde
Heritage train journey on the Isle of Wight Steam Railway
Departures: September - October
The Isle of Wight has a great deal to offer with many superb sandy beaches, mile upon mile of stunning countryside and coastal walks and all the usual modern holiday facilities in the resorts. Sandown is the island's principal resort, and offers a wealth of entertainments. Sandown Bay is the largest on the island and offers a long, safe, sandy beach framed at either end by stunning white cliffs contrasting with the rich blue sea.
With a wonderful mild climate, shimmering waters and sixty miles of award-winning sandy beaches, the Isle of Wight has been a favourite coach holiday destination for generations.
Departures: July - December
A splendid five-day break to enjoy the timeless attractions of the beautiful Isle of Wight, such as the Italianate Osborne House. Featuring welcoming hotel accommodation and a fabulous itinerary, we enjoy the best of this enchanting island.
Departures: July - October
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With many superb sandy beaches, mile upon mile of stunning countryside and coastal walks and all the usual modern holiday facilities. There are plenty of evening entertainments to suit all tastes.
The bustling town of Newport is known as the capital of the Isle of Wight. Discover the historic quayside and admire the elegant Georgian and Victorian architecture.
Alum Bay is known for its multi-coloured sand cliffs set against the stunning backdrop of the Solent. Admire the magnificent views of the legendary Needles, the three towering rocks rising up from the sea to form the postcard picture of the island.
Shanklin is a stunning village renowned for its splendid esplanade, historic attractions and a host of traditional seaside fun. Stroll along the golden blue flag beaches or discover the beauty of Shanklin Chine, filled with rare plants, wildlife and enchanting waterfalls.
Cowes is a pretty Georgian town located at the northern tip of the island and famous for its annual regatta in August. Enjoy the sights of this elegant resort, explore the boutique shops, discover the town’s ornate architecture or meander around the harbour to see the flotilla of yachts and boats in this beautiful setting.
The quaint seaside resort of Ventnor is built on a series of terraces, nestled on the south of the Isle of Wight. From strolling along the picturesque beach to enjoying the sub-tropical paradise at the famous Botanic Gardens, there is plenty to explore here all year round.
The Isle of Wight’s largest town of Ryde is often referred to as the ’Gateway to the Island’. The pretty esplanade is home to a wonderful selection of boutiques, museums and galleries, and there’s also a pretty marina to explore. Take a stroll along the popular 19th-century pier, the oldest in England, and take in the views of shimmering waters and the long stretch of golden sands.
The beautiful village of Godshill has a charming combination of thatched-roofed cottages and quaint tea rooms dotted along the winding streets. There’s also a medieval church standing high on the ‘the Hill of the Gods’, as well as plenty of lovely gift shops – perfect for souvenir shopping!
Discover the incredible range of things to do for all ages and interests, from seaside towns and enchanting villages to fun-packed theme parks and magnificent heritage sites including Queen Victoria’s favourite retreat, Osborne House, with spectacular grounds and sumptuous royal apartments. Or how about climbing aboard the Isle of Wight Steam Railway for great views around the island?