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Isle Of Wight Winter Warmer

  • Duration: 4 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TLEI8570

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

4 days


Enjoy a fabulous, great value break on one of the UK's most popular holiday islands. More than half the Isle of Wight is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and with award winning beaches, spectacular scenery and a rich royal heritage, the island has plenty to offer all year round. This is a great long weekend break for you at a super price. It's enough to overcome any winter blues!

We'll whisk you away and over the water on the short crossing from the mainland to your elegant hotel. The newly refurbished Burlington Hotel is in a central seaside location set back just 2 minutes walk from the beach and town centre.

Whilst on the Isle of Wight, join us as we explore some of the best the island has to offer. From the picture-perfect village of Godshill and Newport, you will also have time to explore Ryde and nautical Cowes.

An ideal choice for:

* Anyone looking for a chance to explore the best of the Isle of Wight at a great price
* Traditional seaside lovers looking for a relaxing break
* Lovers of picture-perfect settings and scenery

PRICE FROM ? £199 per person
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Day 1

Join your comfortable coach at your convenient local pick up point this morning, and head to the south coast for your short ferry crossing to the lovely Isle of Wight. On arrival at your hotel in the popular resort of Sandown, there will be time to settle in and perhaps take a stroll for a breath of sea air along the pretty prom. Make sure you have time for a drink in the bar to meet new friends before enjoying your first evening meal.

Days 2 & 3

Your centrally located hotel makes the typical Victorian seaside resort of Sandown easy to explore. It may be a bit chilly for a paddle but perhaps take a stroll on the sandy beach or Esplanade. If you have a wander along Sandown Bay you could find a very special old souvenir with the island having one of the highest concentrations of dinosaur fossils anywhere in the world! Sit on the prom and watch the world go by maybe with some fish and chips or an ice cream! Or simply unwind in one of the tea rooms or enjoy a glass of Cider in one of the traditional pubs. 

The Isle of Wight may be just five miles off the mainland, but it’s a different world. Nowhere in the country can match it for geographical variety in its 23 mile long and 13 mile wide, stretch of land. You will find quiet fishing harbours and quaint towns and villages, along with stretches of golden sand and unspoilt beaches. Don't miss your INCLUDED excursions taking in four of the most popular resorts on the island. You will have plenty of free time to explore Ryde, Cowes, Newport and Godshill. Not forgetting a free day for you enjoy the historic resort of Sandown at your own pace.

Relax at the end of each day with your included evening meals plus entertainment provided by your hotel on some evenings. Or you may prefer a wander out along the lovely prom to watch the twinkling lights on the sea and the traditional entertainment of the nearby pier.

Days 4

After a final hearty breakfast it is time to say farewell to the Isle of Wight today. Board your comfortable coach for the short crossing across the Solent, and a relaxing onward journey home full of lovely memories with your newly made friends.

Tour includes

  • 3 nights hotel with English breakfast & evening meals
  • Evening entertainment on some nights
  • Free time to explore the seaside town of Sandown
  • Excursion and time to enjoy pretty Godshill & Newport
  • Excursion and time to enjoy nautical Ryde & Cowes
  • Direct Coach Travel
  • Net Zero Carbon Offset Certificate

Ryde & Cowes

INCLUDED Visitor DestinationThe resort of Ryde is a welcoming seaside town on the north east coast of the Isle of Wight. Ryde's beaches have soft sand and plenty of space particularly at low tide, and the Pier, at nearly half a mile, is one of the oldest and longest piers in the country. Next to the pier is the hovercraft terminal with links to the mainland in less than 10 minutes. Along the Esplanade you will find colourful flowerbeds, ten-pin bowling, marina, bowling greens and a small fun fair. The bustling main street has lots of unique shops and eateries flowing downhill to the seafront, making this an ideal visit for everyone.

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. There are stunning sea views over the Solent to the mainland beyond. Find a cosy spot to sit and watch the world go by with a hot chocolate...

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INCLUDED Visitor DestinationA visit to the picture perfect village of Godshill is a must on any visit to the Isle of Wight, with its medieval church and thatched cottages showcasing some of the prettiest scenes on the island. Browse some of the fascinating craft shops offering local gifts and produce, enjoy a cream tea at one of the cute cafes, or visit the popular model village.


INCLUDED Visitor DestinationNewport on the Isle of Wight has two elegant squares and many fine Georgian and Victorian town houses. The impressive colonnaded Guildhall was designed by John Nash and built in 1816, with the clock tower added in 1887 to commemorate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. It now houses the Museum of Island History and the Tourist Information Centre. Shopping in Newport is a pleasure, and there is no better time to find a seasonal bargain. Newport Harbour is just a short walk from the town centre and museums, crafts studios and the Quay Arts Centre are housed in former warehouses. Back to top


Burlington Hotel Sandown Isle of Wight

The newly refurbished Burlington Hotel boasts 70 ensuite rooms and is in a central seaside location set back just 2 minutes’ walk from the beach and town centre. Sandown Seafront provides the perfect day at the beach for all, whether you are looking to relax, play crazy golf or fancy a spot of sailing. The hotel offers a traditional English or Continental breakfast and, in the evening, enjoy a varied menu which caters to all dietary requirements.  The hotel Bar/Lounge regularly hosts local live entertainment in a relaxed and comfortable environment. You also have the option to get up on the dance floor, perfect should you wish to dance the night away. There is no lift but a number of ground floor rooms are available.

For more information, click here for the hotel website (opens in a new window)

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