Isle Of Wight
This diamond-shaped island has a magic all of its own – and is allegedly one of the UK’s sunniest and warmest places!
Boasting award-winning beaches, unspoilt and spectacular scenery and a rich historical heritage the Isle of Wight has something for everyone to enjoy.
Enjoy one of these tours and discover picturesque villages, spectacular cliffs, sandy beaches and everything else the Isle of Wight has to offer.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
* On All Dates: Admission to Ventnor Botanic Gardens
* Godshill & Shanklin
* Alum Bay, Needles & Yarmouth
* June & August Dates: Osborne House & Ry
* On All Dates: We make our way to Ventnor Botanic Gardens for our included visit. The gardens boast an impressive collection of over 30,000 rare and sub-tropical plants and trees. Spread across 22 acres of gardens plantings are based on geographical regions of the world. Walk through the gardens at leisure to enjoy the colourful blooms and make sure to be transported to a Rain Forest paradise in the Temperate House. Following this visit we make our way to Godshill with its charming thatched-roofed cottages, delightful church and winding main street. Before returning to the hotel we also call in at Shanklin Old Town.
* On All Dates:. We enjoy our journey to what is considered as one of the wonders of Southern England as we take time to view The Needles, synonymous to the Isle of Wight. From here we continue to the historic port town of Yarmouth which sits at the mouth of the River Yar. The history of the town is evident as you walk round and come across the Grade II listed Pier, with its views across The Solent.
* June & August: We make our way to Osborne House, the palatial holiday home of Queen Victoria, for our included visit. Our visit includes The State Rooms, Victoria and Albert’s private apartments, Queen Victoria’s Beach, Swiss Cottage and Gardens & Grounds. Following this visit we make our way to Ryde, the largest town on the Isle of Wight. With its expanse of sandy beach, Ryde also has a great selection of boutique shops, museums & galleries to explore or maybe just take a stroll along the Esplanade.Back to top