Isle of Wight

Carefree short breaks & holidays

A family takes a break from cycling at the summit of Culver Down
 
Couple enjoying a walk through Northwood Copse in autumn

Welcome to the Isle of Wight

This autumn, enjoy the last vestiges of summer by spending a weekend break on the Isle of Wight. Don't worry about lost luggage or airport delays. Take the scenic route, hop on a ferry and unwind the natural way. Within minutes of arriving, you could be out on foot or bike exploring some of the country's finest landscapes.

Special Offers

Priory Bay, St Helens. 3*
Christmas: three-night package from 610 per person. Please see our website for details.

Luccombe Hall, Shanklin. 3*
Winter warmers: two nights from 119 per person and three nights from 164 per person.

Belmont Hotel, Shanklin. 4*
Now taking bookings for 2015 and can arrange to book your ferry at 2014 prices.

Leconfield Hotel, Ventnor. 5*
Spring 2015: two nights ferry inclusive from 180 per person in a sea view double or twin room.

Keats Green, Shanklin. 3*
April 2015: three nights ferry inclusive from 178 per person or four nights from 227pp.

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2014 Highlights

Family at Ryde Beach

From rock and pop to cycling and surfing, the Isle of Wight hosts a fantastic range of events to entertain visitors throughout 2014. No matter what time of year you visit, there are exciting events for young and old.

Further details

Oceans of Summer Fun

Sailing off The Needles

The annual Round The Island yacht race and Cowes Week, which are the the most famous of the hundreds of sailing events that the Island stages every year, will take place again this summer on the Isle of Wight.

Find out more

Be SunSmart this summer

Sunbathers openly admit to damaging their health, but there are five easy ways you can reduce the risk on your holiday.

Visit sunsmart.org.uk

Tourist board phone numbers

Information line - 01983 813818
Book a hotel - 01983 813813

Your guide to a greener holiday

Help conserve the Island's unique and varied wildlife by making a donation to Gift to Nature.

Visit gifttonature.org.uk