Once you are on The Island there are many attractions inside and out; over 500 miles of footpaths, stunning scenery,

secluded sandy beaches and brilliant attractions, including the historic Carisbrooke Castle, Osbourne House, Isle of

Wight Zoo and the Botanical Gardens to name but a few. We recommend Tapnell farm a short 5 minute drive away from us and Robin Hill for adventure fun in a wholesome style for children of all ages.

 

The wonderful seaside town of Yarmouth is the oldest town on the Isle of Wight, and is home to a busy harbour, an array

of shops and inns, and Henry VIII's castle, which you can walk around and discover the recreated rooms of the 16th

century.

The West wight is an area of outstanding natural beauty and has coastal paths which are a haven for walkers and

cyclists, plus walks can also be enjoyed across to the nearby Tennyson Down, which makes Yarmouth an ideal base as

its close to Freshwater Bay and Alum bay with its famous coloured cliffs.

Two hours South of London, lying just off the coast of Southern England is the beautiful Isle of Wight, with a warmer than average climate, it's not surprising it's been a favourite holiday destination for generations.

Your holiday starts on the ferry, there are a choice of routes, with vehicle ferries from Portsmouth, Southampton and Lymington, the latter taking 35 minutes to bring you straight to Yarmouth.

 

 

 

Yarmouth, Isle of Wight