The Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary
Everyone loves donkeys right? Those big ears and doleful eyes get me every time. A visit the Donkey Sanctuary gives you the opportunity to say hello to these beautiful creatures and learn all about this fabulous charity and the work they do to rescue donkeys from both the UK and abroad.
Images of a Beautiful Island
We cannot wait to welcome you back to the Isle of Wight when restrictions are eased, but in the meantime be patient and enjoy our selection of images from our favourite dreamy places around the island.
Red Funnel Signature Lounge
Getting to the Island is now even easier and more relaxing, thanks to an exclusive upper lounge onboard the Red Funnel car ferry from Southampton
New things to see and do on the Isle of Wight
Many of the Islands popular attractions have been here for generations, and have been updated and extended over the years, whereas some have changed very little and have preserved their original charm.
In the Press – Flackstead
Of course, we’re biased, but we’re pretty proud of each of the holiday cottages we pick – our exclusive collection only features properties we’d be happy to stay in ourselves. However Flackstead has to be near the top of the favourites pile.
Isle of Wight Bucket (& Spade) List
There’s so much to do here on the Island for Visitors, it’s sometimes very difficult to choose. So, to help you plan your days out during your visit, we have compiled a list of ‘must do’s’ from our very own Bucket list…. In no specific order:
Hidden Beaches on the Isle of Wight
The first thing most people think of when you mention the Isle of Wight is ‘Beaches’. We’re famous for them, but they’re not all famous.
Cottages by the Sea
Being on an Island with 60 miles of coastline, it’s never too difficult to find a lovely cottage by the Sea, and we have plenty to offer. A full list of these can be found here, but below is a list of some examples you may not know about:
Travelling to the Isle of Wight by Ferry
If you’re planning a trip to the Island and are unsure about how to get here, the options are ferry, ferry or ferry. With no commercial airport, fixed link or tunnel, the only way on or off the Island is by boat, which for some residents and visitors is part of the appeal.