Isle Of Wight - Sandown & Osborne House
2018 - Parkbury - AUD0142 - 4 Days
Situated 4 miles off England’s South Coast, The Isle of Wight is the UK’s holiday island. This diamond shaped island is a UK gem and was one of Queen Victoria’s favourite spots. Over 60 miles of stunning coastal scenery, and quaint villages will appeal to all ages and create lasting memories.
Attractions are in plentiful supply on the Island, with something to suit everyone. Get a taste of the Isle of Wight’s history and culture by visiting one of the Museums or historic sites. The most recognisable landmark is The Needles Rocks and Lighthouse. A visit to the Isle of Wight wouldn’t be complete without visiting some of its famous beaches. The island has the highest number of award-winning beaches in England, all managed to the highest standards and inspected.
If you haven’t been yet, then you really should! And if you have been, then why not go again? There’s always more to explore and discover on our very own holiday island...
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
The Parkbury Hotel, Isle of Wight
Set in its own gardens, about ten minutes downhill walk to Sandown’s seafront and High Street, the Parkbury is a fine Georgian building with an interior ocean travel theme based on the RMS ‘Aquitania’, the last of Cunard’s four funnel liners. The hotel features an appealing restaurant, lounge bar, with regular live evening entertainment and separate comfortable lounge areas. All bedrooms have private facilities, telephone, television, hair dryer and tea/ coffee making facilities. This is no lift, but all bedrooms are located either on the ground or first floor.
After joining the coach, we head towards our destination that will have coffee/lunch stops along the way. We expect to arrive at our hotel late afternoon.
Days 2 - 4
Traditional English breakfast followed by free time and included excursions. Dinner and entertainment at the hotel.
After breakfast we make our way home. After stopping for a coffee/lunch break, we continue homewards. "
Ryde & Cowes
The largest town on the Island, Ryde has fine Georgian and Victorian buildings, shops, tea-rooms, pubs, restaurants, and a marina. The sea-wall promenade provides a popular walk, passing the Victorian watchtower on the way to Puckpool Park. Cowes, famed for its professional sailing, stunning Victorian architecture and vibrant festival atmosphere is one of the most popular towns on the Isle of Wight to visit year round. Alternatively, take a short trip from West Cowes to East via the floating bridge (chain ferry) and make your way up through the town to witness Prince Albert’s stunning garden design and architecture that influenced the rest of Cowes’ designers and builders.
“It is impossible to imagine a prettier spot” said Queen Victoria of Osborne House, her palatial holiday home on the Isle of Wight. Visit Victoria and Albert’s private apartments, their bathing beach and children’s play-cottage for an intimate glimpse of royal family life. Then stroll through the garden terraces where the stunning views across the Solent reminded Prince Albert of the Bay of Naples. The Royal Collection fills rooms and corridors where Victoria entertained heads of state, inventors, princes and princesses all whilst ruling the vast British Empire.
- Return coach travel throughout
- 3 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
- Excursions to Osborne House, Ryde & Cowes
Important NotesImportant Notes
Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing. Single rooms may carry a supplement. Some of our holidays have a select number of single rooms available without supplement. You will find what rooms are available in the booking process.
For queries regarding rooms on request, please call us on 02920 901010.
Photos courtesy of Visit Isle of Wight.Back to top