Why not visit

  • Osborne House – All Year Round - Visit Queen Victoria’s beach, enjoy the state rooms or explore the gardens of this exquisite stately home (14 miles away)
  • Godshill Model Village – March – October - Enjoy lovingly crafted miniature models of Godshill and Shanklin recreated in exquisite detail
  • Isle of Wight Steam Railway – April – October (check availability) - Travel back in time with a steam-powered four mile journey across the Isle
  • Ventnor Botanic Gardens - Our subtropical and exotic plant collection is unrivalled; plants that should be found in protected glasshouses thrive and naturalise out of doors
  • Sandown - Sandown sits on the Southern coast of the Isle of Wight, sheltered in a beautiful bay, and is famed for its long stretches of golden sandy beach and the traditional British seafront and pier
  • Cowes - Famed for its professional sailing, world-famous yachting, stunning Victorian architecture and vibrant festival atmosphere, Cowes is one of the most popular towns on the Isle of Wight (17 miles away)
  • Shanklin - Shanklin on the Isle of Wight is a resort of great charm whose popular seaside attractions include a sandy beach, with excellent swimming and sunbathing opportunities.
  • Carisbrooke Castle - The quintessential romantic castle, Carisbrooke is at the very heart of the Isle of Wight's history.
  • Alum Bay & The Needles - Renowned for multi-coloured sand cliffs & stunning views Alum Bay is a must see landmark when visiting The Needles Landmark Attraction in Isle of Wight. It can be seen by boat or chair lift between Alum Bay and The Needles Pleasure Park (26 miles away)