Warners Bembridge Coast
The Isle of Wight is known for being a popular summer holiday destination, and it’s the perfect location for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. The beaches are calm and the sea is warm.
The UK’s warmest and sunniest destination is packed with things to see and do, even if the weather takes the odd dip, with the Island's many attractions. On a beautiful sunny day sit back and relax whilst we explore the stunning countryside and coastline.
The Island boasts miles of stunning coastline views and beaches and if the weather’s not so kind, discover a wealth of history and heritage or maybe visit a family-favourite such as The Needles or Sandown Pier.
Bembridge Coast Hotel sits on a secluded eastern shore of the Isle of Wight just metres from the glistening Solent - the perfect seaside setting with sea breeze gardens, fantastic views, unique beach and top-notch entertainment
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- 3/4 nights hotel with breakfast and dinner
- Daily activity and entertainment programme
- Included – ‘Round the Island’ tour – a must day out with stops en-route taking a traditional clockwise route around the ‘Diamond Isle’
- Optional excursion– Osborne House (admission included) the palatial summer home of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert
- Accommodation upgrades subject to supplement and availability
Day 1 - After joining your holiday coach, enjoy a scenic drive and ferry crossing to the resort hotel to arrive late afternoon. Four nights here with breakfast and dinner included. Live entertainment and dancing this evening.
Days 2 - 3/4 At leisure with one included excursion & one optional excursion
Round Island Tour
A visit to the Isle of Wight wouldn't be complete without going 'Round the Island'. Our tour takes you round the traditional clockwise route with stops on the way. If you've never been to the Island before, this is a must day out. The route along the southern coast line of the Island is quite spectacular.
Queen Victoria died at Osborne House in January 1901. Following her death, the house became surplus to royal requirements and was given to the state, with a few rooms being retained as a private museum to Queen Victoria. From 1903 until 1921 it was used as a junior officer training college for the Royal Navy, known as the Royal Naval College, Osborne. In 1998 training were consolidated at the Britannia Royal Naval College, now at Dartmouth. Admission included in the optional cost.
Return Day – Enjoy the cruise back to the mainland and onward to interchange with refreshments stops on the way.Back to top