Tennyson Down, near Totland Bay
Once a favourite haunt of Alfred Lord Tennyson, these stunning downs are named in his memory and are home to flower-rich grassland, butterflies and cliffs teaming with sea birds.
Plain sailing with Wight Locations
We have worked with Red Funnel (Southampton to Cowes), Wight Link (Portsmouth to Fishbourne/ Lymington to Yarmouth & Fast Cat into Ryde Pier) & Hover Travel (Southsea to Ryde) for some time and through our Trade Contracts are able to offer our guests healthy savings on their crossings when booked with a self catering holiday cottage.
The Chequers Inn, Rookley
Originally a Customs House, The Chequers Inn in Rookley, near Newport is a very family friendly pub restaurant.
Wight Mouse Inn, Chale
The Wight Mouse Inn is a Hall and Woodhouse pub restaurant, one of the few remaining regional family brewers, brewing award-winning Dorset ales.
Yarmouth & Freshwater
The wild wild west of the Isle of Wight is akin to Cornwall with it's rugged rural landscape interspersed with solitary farmhouses, but at the western tip of the Island is the bustling classy harbour town of Yarmouth attracting sailors and visitors from all over.
Golfers's Delight on the Isle of Wight
The Island has plenty of golf courses for visitors to enjoy, without the need to be a member.
Available Light Photography
Steve Gascoigne started taking photos of The Isle of Wight after relocating here in 2000 and set up his business Available Light.
The George, Yarmouth
The George is a 17th century townhouse right on the water's edge in the busy harbour town of Yarmouth, Isle of Wight.
Places to eat in Seaview village
Seaview is a delightful, unspoilt Victorian Sailing village tucked away on north east coast of the Isle of Wight. It has a strong yachting and boating history and holds a place in the heart of many a visitor over several generations.