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Isle of Wight

Summer on the Isle of Wight

Summer is on the way and what better place to be than the Isle of Wight? The UK's sunniest destination is packed with things to see and do, even if the weather takes a dip, with all the Island’s many attractions. On a beautiful sunny day explore stunning countryside and coastline on foot or by bike. If the weather’s not so kind, discover a wealth of history and heritage or maybe visit a family-favourite such as Blackgang Chine or Sandown Pier. Summer is just around the corner!

Just an hour from the M25 and you’re already a world away.

If you have never visited the Isle of Wight then hopefully 2015 might be the year that you discover England’s island destination. Just an hour’s drive from the M25 or a leisurely train ride and your short break has already begun, with a short crossing of the Solent by ferry or hovercraft. Check out our easy travel guides that show how easy it is to get to the Isle of Wight from London, Brighton, Guildford and Reading.

Bicycle Island

One of the many activities to enjoy is on the Isle of Wight is cycling. Whether you are looking for a real challenge or an enjoyable family day in the saddle.

No island comes close…

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Ventnor Seafront accommodation consists of three brand new luxury beach houses, each enjoying panoramic sea views out across the English Channel. They are perfectly situated just a stones throw from Ventnor beach and a short stroll from the pubs, bars and cafes that line the Esplanade.

The Steamer Inn
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The Steamer Inn's beautiful outdoor terrace makes the most of one of the finest waterside locations on the Island with panoramic views.

Shanklin Chine
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Shanklin Chine is one of the Isle of Wight's oldest 'wonders' and was a fascination for our Victorian visitors after it opened to the public in 1817. The Chine is famous for its flora and fauna which includes more than 150 varieties of wild plants.

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