The Isle of Wight is renowned for its rich and intriguing history. Visited by a number of notable individuals including royals, writers, artists and more, it’s undeniable that the Island’s fascinating history prevails through the many quaint villages, stunning manor houses, royal residents, castles and fortifications as well as ancient ruins, to this very day.
The Isle of Wight is home to many beautiful properties and homes in some of the most stunning locations around. Whether it’s a cosy cottage to hunker down in, a large beach house for the whole family or a historic bolt-hole, there is something for everyone. The Island’s excellent holiday agencies are on hand to
The UK’s oldest festival – first held in 1968 – celebrates the 50th anniversary of the iconic 1970 festival next year, which secured its place in pop culture history thanks to performances from Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Joni Mitchell and more. Hendrix’s legendary headline performance was his last in the UK and the 1970 festival
Like most of England’s tourist destinations, the Isle of Wight is famous for its cream teas and cakes with a wealth of cafes and tea rooms. Find a wealth of places across the Isle of Wight, perfect to pick up a slice of cake and grab a cuppa. We’ve put together some of our favourites
Step outside this festive season and experience the magic of a Christmas dream come true… Polar promises an enchanting Christmas journey with a spectacular show finale like no other! This December Robin Hill launches it’s brand new spectacular Christmas event – Polar. Running on weekends throughout December, the event will feature a stunning new magical
It’s beginning to look a lot Christmas all over the Isle of Wight. Shops are stocking up with lots of festive goodies and twinkling lights are appearing in store windows. All of this to children means Santa will be on his way soon, so to capture the magic of this time of year here are
Known for its bucket and spade summer holidays and sunny day visitor attractions, it’s a little known secret that the Island really comes into its own on cold, crisp winter days. There are loads of great things to do for all the family, so get your coats and wellies on and plan a winter adventure!
The Isle of Wight is home to a rich cottage-style industry and we are pretty skilled and inventive bunch down here. With all sorts of independent shops and boutiques as well as jewellers, potters, painters and candlestick makers you won’t be hard pushed to find something a little out of the ordinary to gift your
Did you know that the Isle of Wight is an incredibly important place for birds, particularly in the winter? So much so that many of the beaches and estuaries in the north of the Island are internationally designated as part of a Special Protection Area. So why is this? It’s all down to the Solent,
Jump up from the inflatable chair, chuck on your finest slap bracelet, and make sure you’ve fed the Tamagotchi! This November Jack Up Christmas will make you want to brush up on your Macarena as the 90s hits the Isle of Wight, and to celebrate we’re giving away a pair of tickets to a lucky