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Warner Leisure: Norton Grange

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  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TLEI2381

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

5 days

2018 - Warners Norton Grange - 5 Days (AUD0183)

Norton Grange, ideally situated in the stunning Isle of Wight is for lovers of all things aquatic. A chalet village with stunning views of the Solent, it is moments from a maritime museum. Nearby there is an underwater Archaeology Centre, a Planetarium, and a Model Railway, and the site was even occupied by the Royal Navy during WWII. Fresh seaside chalets provide peaceful spaces to relax in after a night enjoying a range of excellent live entertainment. There is also a wide range of daily activities. Norton Grange’s restaurant, Castaways, has a broad menu including local and seasonal produce.

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. There are events and attractions open throughout the year including the Maritime Museum and Queens Victoria’s favourite holiday home, Osborne House. 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.

Travelling around the Island, we pass through the superbly positioned village of Ventnor, one of the sunniest spots on the Island and built on a series of terraces that climb steeply towards St Boniface Down, from where there are spectacular views across the Bay. We move on, passing through the Island’s southernmost tip and the village of Chale, before arriving at Alum Bay at the Island’s western tip. The sandstone cliffs here are made up of twenty-one colours and it is from here that the Island’s most notable feature can be most clearly seen - the ‘Needles’, three giant chalk stacks, one of which is crowned with a lighthouse.

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Accommodation

Warners Norton Grange

Norton Grange is for the lovers of all things aquatic. A chalet village with stunning views of the Solent, it is moments from a maritime museum, underwater Archaeology Centre, a Planetarium and a Model Railway, and the site was even occupied by the Royal Navy during WWII. Fresh seaside chalets built by Warner provide peaceful spaces to relax in after a night enjoying a range of excellent live entertainment, as well as a wide range of daily activities. Norton Grange’s restaurant, Castaways, has a broad menu including local and seasonal produce.

Itinerary

Day 1

After joining the coach, we make our way to our resort with stops en route. Check in at the hotel and the enjoy evening and dinner at leisure

Days 2 - 4

Full English breakfast followed by free time and included excursions. Dinner is included each evening.

Day 4

After breakfast we make our way home with a stop en route for lunch. We return to South Wales mid afternoon. "

Excursions

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. There are events and attractions open throughout the year including the Maritime Museum and Queens Victroia’s favourite holiday home, Osborne House. 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.

‘Around The Island’ Tour

Rounding the Island, we pass through the superbly positioned village of Ventnor, one of the sunniest spots on the Island and built on a series of terraces that climb steeply towards St Boniface Down, from where there are spectacular views across the Bay. We move on, passing through the Island’s southernmost tip and the village of Chale, before arriving at Alum Bay at the Island’s western tip. The sandstone cliffs here are made up of twenty-one colours and it is from here that the Island’s most notable feature can be most clearly seen - the ‘Needles’, three giant chalk stacks, one of which is crowned with a lighthouse. Leaving Alum Bay we visit Yarmouth, a quiet town with a pretty harbour, stone quays, old houses and a 16th century castle built by Henry VIII. 

Includes

  • Reserved coach travel throughout
  • 4 nights' dinner, bed & breakfast
  • Staying in Warner Norton Grange
  • Nightly West End-style live music or shows
  • Full programme of daily activities
  • Free entry to Leisure Club
  • Excursions to Ryde, Cowes & ‘Around The Island’ Tour

Important Notes

Important Notes

OUR PRICES

Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing. Single rooms may carry a supplement. You will find what rooms are available in the booking process.

£80 Single Room Supplement

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