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Located in the beauty of the Isle of Wight, welcome to Landguard Holiday Park—a destination where adventure awaits, offering an array of amenities for a delightful getaway.
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Lower Hyde Holiday Park offers a vibrant escape for families and adventurers alike.
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Welcome to Nodes Point Holiday Park, a captivating retreat located on the enchanting Isle of Wight.
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Salterns Village is the perfect location for the quintessentially nostalgic Isle of Wight family holiday.
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Catch a ferry to this perfect island escape in the Isle of Wight. Experience beaches that radiate beauty whatever the weather.
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Tastefully influenced by the Isle of Wight’s dramatic and spectacular west coast, and proudly positioned just a short stroll from the sandy shores of Colwell Bay.
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Welcome to Thorness Bay Holiday Park, a coastal haven situated in the scenic village of Thorness on the Isle of Wight.
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Whitecliff Bay enjoys a picturesque countryside setting yet is only a stone’s throw from a stunning secluded sandy beach, accessed directly from the park.
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Woodside Bay Lodge Retreat is a stylish beachside resort just a short drive away from vibrant Cowes.
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Woodside Coastal Retreat is part of the exclusive Evermore Lodge Collection, a secluded beachside haven nestled on the Isle of Wight within the enchanting coastal locations of Cowes and Fishbourne.
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Isle of Wight Visitor's Guide

Embark on an Isle of Wight adventure where sea breezes and rugged cliffs meet. Savour the local seafood, freshly caught and served up in quaint seaside eateries. Get your heart racing with watersports, or take it easy with a cliff-top stroll, soaking in panoramic views. Discover the unique fact that this gem is home to the oldest continuously operating amusement park in the world, Blackgang Chine, since 1843. Seeking a romantic escape, a family quest, or a fun trip with mates? Opting for a lodge or cabin stay truly enhances the island experience. It's the perfect blend of relaxation and discovery.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in Isle Of Wight?

The Isle of Wight is a gem off the south coast of England, brimming with coastal charm and a laid-back vibe. It's steeped in history, with the iconic Needles and Queen Victoria's beloved Osborne House. In 2024, the island is buzzing with new attractions and events, including the much-anticipated Isle of Wight Festival, which promises an impressive lineup. Opting for a lodge break here gives you a personal slice of the island, with more space and privacy than a hotel. It's the uniqueness of the Isle of Wight that captures hearts; it's like stepping into a different world, where life moves at a gentler pace. You'll find dinosaur footprints on the beaches, and maybe even a new sense of calm.

If you're visiting Isle Of Wight with kids

Absolutely, the Isle of Wight is a playground for kids! From the thrilling rides at Blackgang Chine, the UK's oldest amusement park, to fossil hunting on Compton Bay, there's no shortage of adventure. Lodges offer families the flexibility to create a home-from-home experience, with plenty of room for the little ones to play. Plus, many lodges are situated in holiday parks with additional facilities like pools and play areas.

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring
  2. Swimwear for the beach or pool
  3. Sunscreen and hats for protection
  4. Beach toys and buckets for sandcastle building
  5. Waterproof jackets for unpredictable weather
  6. Binoculars for wildlife spotting
  7. Camera or smartphone for capturing memories
  8. Snacks for energy boosts during outings
  9. A favourite toy or blanket for comfort
  10. Travel games for evening entertainment

Pet Friendly Isle Of Wight Adventures

The Isle of Wight loves pets, and there's no shortage of places to bring your furry friend. Many pubs and restaurants, like The Spyglass Inn in Ventnor, welcome dogs with open arms. When searching for lodges, definitely look out for those with enclosed gardens, giving your dog freedom to roam safely. Remember to bring your pet's bed and toys to make them feel at home. And don't forget the tide times – some beaches have restrictions at certain times of the year.

Dog walking ideas in Isle Of Wight

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Tennyson Trail 14 Cliffs & Countryside PO30 2QF
Ryde Beaches 3 Seaside PO33 1JA
Shanklin to Sandown 3 Coastal Path PO37 6BG
Firestone Copse 1.5 Woodlands PO33 4LP
Bembridge Trail 7 Harbour & Marshes PO35 5SD

Remember, the Isle of Wight is not just a destination; it's an experience. Whether you're building sandcastles with the kids, sipping a pint with your pup by your side, or just soaking up the serene beauty, it's a place that stays with you long after you've returned to the mainland.

Romantic Breaks for Couples

If you're looking to whisk your partner away for some quality time together, the Isle of Wight has a range of lodges perfect for a romantic escape. Picture yourselves unwinding in a lodge with a private hot tub, sipping on bubbly under the stars – it's the ultimate romantic gesture. Many lodges offer pamper packs on arrival, setting the mood with scented candles, chocolates, and even a bottle of wine.

For those who enjoy a touch of luxury, consider lodges that partner with local spas. You can indulge in a couple's massage or relax in a sauna before heading out for a romantic meal. The island boasts some exquisite dining spots like The Little Gloster, offering stunning sea views and a cosy atmosphere for couples.

Local Cuisine and Dining Experiences

The Isle of Wight is known for its fresh seafood and locally sourced produce. You've got to try the crab and lobster here – it's some of the freshest you'll find. For a hearty meal, check out The Spyglass Inn, where you can enjoy live music with your dinner.

For families, The Garlic Farm Café is a hit. Not only is the food delicious and kid-friendly, but there's also a play area to keep the little ones entertained. Couples might prefer the intimate setting of Thompson's in Newport, known for its modern British cuisine and exceptional service.

For a good night out

The Isle of Wight might be tranquil by day, but it's got a lively night scene too. For live music and a buzzing atmosphere, Coburgs in Ryde is a top choice. If you're after a more laid-back vibe, The Anchor in Cowes is a favourite for its local ales and waterfront location.

Fishing

Anglers, you're in for a treat on the Isle of Wight. The island offers some great spots for fishing, whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting out.

  • Wight Trout Fishery - Station Road, Wootton Bridge, PO33 4RE
  • Rookley Country Park Fishing Lakes - Main Road, Rookley, PO38 3LU
  • Holliers Park - Newport Road, Godshill, PO38 3LY

Outdoor Adventures

For adrenaline junkies, the Isle of Wight is a playground. Adventure Activities Isle of Wight offers everything from archery to zorbing. Watersports are a big deal here – try your hand at kayaking, paddleboarding, or even sailing. Prices vary, but you can expect to pay around £40 for a two-hour session. Most centres operate from April to October, but it's best to check ahead for exact times.

Shopping and Souvenirs

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Ryde Shop High Street Shops Clothing, Gifts PO33 2RJ
Godshill Model Village Gift Shop Souvenirs Models, Local Crafts PO38 3HH
The Needles Landmark Attraction Shopping Village Sweets, Glassware PO39 0JD
Scarrotts Lane Antiques & Collectables Vintage Finds PO30 1JD
Osborne House Gift Shop Historical Gifts Books, Victorian-inspired items PO32 6JX


Top lodge breaks for 2024 in Isle Of Wight

The Lakes Rookley, Isle of Wight

Driving Distance: About 9 minutes (4.08 miles) | Sleeps: 4 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: At The Lakes Rookley, guests can immerse themselves in the tranquillity of 23 acres of landscaped parkland, with a selection of luxury cottages that offer a secluded yet central base for exploring the Isle of Wight's enchanting attractions.

Who will love these lodges? Ideal for families and couples seeking a serene retreat, The Lakes Rookley provides a picturesque setting close to historical sites like Carisbrooke Castle and the charming village of Godshill. Its peaceful environment and high-quality accommodation make it a standout choice for those looking to unwind in style.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? While the resort itself does not feature a hot tub, guests can enjoy the beautiful surroundings and nearby eateries for a delightful dining experience. The absence of on-site entertainment ensures a quiet and restful stay.

What's nearby? Nearby attractions include the medieval Carisbrooke Castle (approximately 15 minutes' drive) and the picturesque Godshill village, known for its model village and quaint tearooms. Entry fees vary, but they offer a glimpse into the island's rich history and culture.

Accommodation options: The Lakes Rookley offers a range of accommodation options including 4 Berth Luxury Island Cottages with modern amenities and stylish decor. These cottages are perfect for small groups or families, though they are not pet friendly.


Woodside Coastal Retreat, Isle of Wight

Driving Distance: About 14 minutes (5.38 miles) | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Woodside Coastal Retreat is a luxurious sanctuary offering a private shingle beach and woodland trails, nestled within an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' between Cowes and Fishbourne.

Who will love these lodges? Perfect for families, couples, and nature enthusiasts, this retreat is a haven for those looking to connect with nature and enjoy a peaceful escape with the option of bringing their pets along.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Guests can indulge in the private beach, nature trails, and the Woodside Bay Bar. The outdoor sun terrace provides spectacular views, and there's free Wi-Fi access for all guests.

What's nearby? The retreat is close to the sailing town of Cowes and the Fishbourne terminal, with attractions such as Osborne House (Queen Victoria's seaside residence) just a 20-minute drive away. Prices for attractions vary, offering a range of experiences from historical tours to watersports.

Accommodation options: Accommodation choices include the Swinburne Elegance and Osborne View lodges, which are pet-friendly and can include an outdoor hot tub. These lodges cater to groups and families, offering a luxurious stay with stunning views.


Woodside Bay Lodge Retreat, Isle of Wight

Driving Distance: About 14 minutes (5.38 miles) | Sleeps: 8 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Woodside Bay Lodge Retreat offers a luxurious beachside experience with premium lodges and a hot tub on selected accommodations, set against the stunning backdrop of the Solent.

Who will love these lodges? Ideal for romantic getaways or family holidays, the retreat caters to those seeking a stylish and serene environment with the option to bring pets in selected lodges.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The retreat features the Woodside Bay Bar, an outdoor sun terrace, and woodland walks. Guests can also enjoy discounted ferry travel and free Wi-Fi access.

What's nearby? The retreat is a short drive from Cowes, known for its sailing heritage, and guests can visit attractions such as the Isle of Wight Zoo (approximately 30 minutes' drive) and the iconic Needles (around 40 minutes' drive).

Accommodation options: From the enchanting Woodside Bay Treehouse to the spacious Cranmore Premier lodge, the retreat offers a variety of accommodations, including options with hot tubs and pet-friendly choices for groups of up to 8 guests.


Landguard Holiday Park, Isle of Wight

Driving Distance: About 11 minutes (5.95 miles) | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes (in selected accommodations)

What to expect: Landguard Holiday Park is a vibrant destination offering a range of amenities for a fun-filled getaway, including heated pools, an adventure playground, and an amusement arcade.

Who will love these lodges? With its family-friendly atmosphere and a plethora of on-site activities, Landguard Holiday Park is perfect for families and groups looking for an active and entertaining holiday experience.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Guests can enjoy indoor and outdoor heated pools, kids clubs, and dining options like The Granary Restaurant and Takeaway. The park also provides access to the facilities at the adjacent Lower Hyde Holiday Park.

What's nearby? The park is located near Shanklin, where visitors can explore the Old Village, Shanklin Beach, and Shanklin Chine. The town also offers a theatre for cultural outings, all within a short drive from the park.

Accommodation options: Landguard Holiday Park offers a variety of lodges, such as the contemporary Rowan Lodge and the Sessile Lodge, which are pet-friendly and can include a hot tub. These lodges are suitable for families and groups of up to 6 guests, providing a comfortable and enjoyable stay.


Don't Miss These Fantastic Days Out In Isle Of Wight

The Needles Landmark Attraction

  • Opening Times: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (varies seasonally)
  • Prices: Free entry (charges for rides and attractions)
  • Postcode: PO39 0JD
  • Est. time required: 2-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site (paid)

The Needles is one of the most photographed groups of rocks in the world, and the surrounding park is a hit for families and friends alike. Check out the chairlift for stunning views, and don't miss the sand shop where you can fill a unique souvenir with coloured sands. The best time to visit is on a clear day when the views are unbeatable. Tip: Grab a multi-ride ticket to save on individual attraction costs.

Phone number: 01983 752401 | Web: theneedles.co.uk


Osborne House

  • Opening Times: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (varies seasonally)
  • Prices: Adult £19.90, Child £11.90 (discounts for families)
  • Postcode: PO32 6JX
  • Est. time required: 3-5 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site (free for members)

Osborne House, Queen Victoria's seaside palace, is a must-visit for anyone who loves a bit of royal history mixed with stunning architecture. The gardens are immaculate, and the beach is a quaint spot for a picnic. History enthusiasts and families will find plenty to explore. For a special experience, visit during one of their Victorian-themed events. Tip: Use the free shuttle to get around the extensive grounds.

Phone number: 0370 333 1181 | Web: english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/osborne/


Blackgang Chine

  • Opening Times: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (varies seasonally)
  • Prices: Adult £22, Child £22 (under 4s free)
  • Postcode: PO38 2HN
  • Est. time required: Full day
  • Nearest parking: On-site (free)

Blackgang Chine is the UK's oldest amusement park, offering a blend of rides, dinosaurs, and fairy-tale characters. It's a dream day out for kids and the young at heart. Don't miss the Cowboy Town and the Hall of Mirrors. The park is constantly updating its attractions, so there's always something new to see. Visit on a weekday to avoid the crowds. Tip: Tickets are valid for return visits within 7 days, so make the most of it!

Phone number: 01983 730330 | Web: blackgangchine.com


Robin Hill Country Park

  • Opening Times: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (varies seasonally)
  • Prices: Adult £17, Child £17 (under 4s free)
  • Postcode: PO30 2NU
  • Est. time required: Full day
  • Nearest parking: On-site (free)

Robin Hill Country Park is a mix of adventure play areas, falconry displays, and serene gardens. It's perfect for families and anyone looking to reconnect with nature. The park hosts various events throughout the year, including music festivals and themed evenings. To get more from your visit, check the events calendar and plan your trip around a special event. Tip: The park's joint ticket with Blackgang Chine offers great value.

Phone number: 01983 527352 | Web: robin-hill.com


Isle of Wight Zoo

  • Opening Times: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (varies seasonally)
  • Prices: Adult £13.50, Child £10.50 (discounts online)
  • Postcode: PO36 8QB
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site (paid)

Animal lovers, this one's for you. The Isle of Wight Zoo is a sanctuary for big cats and mischievous lemurs among other creatures. The zoo focuses on conservation and education, making it an informative visit as well as a fun one. Check out the daily talks to learn more about the animals. The best time to visit is during feeding times when you can see the animals at their most active. Tip: Book online for a discount on entry fees.

Phone number: 01983 403883 | Web: isleofwightzoo.com


Carisbrooke Castle

  • Opening Times: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm (varies seasonally)
  • Prices: Adult £11.30, Child £6.80 (discounts for families)
  • Postcode: PO30 1XY
  • Est. time required: 2-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site (free for members)

Step back in time at Carisbrooke Castle, where history comes alive. The castle is famous for being the place where King Charles I was imprisoned. Kids will love dressing up as knights, while adults can appreciate the historical exhibits. The castle also has beautiful gardens to explore. Visit in the summer for outdoor theatre performances. Tip: Don't miss the donkey demonstrations, a unique feature of the castle!

Phone number: 0370 333 1181 | Web: english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/carisbrooke-castle/

When you're planning your trip to the Isle of Wight, consider staying in one of the many lodges available on the island. Lodges in Isle of Wight offer a cozy and intimate base from which to explore these attractions and the island's natural beauty. Whether you're travelling with family, friends, or a significant other, lodge breaks can provide the perfect blend of comfort and adventure for your Isle of Wight holiday.

FAQs

This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cosy retreat with all the comforts of home, plus the added luxury of nature right on your doorstep. Lodges in Isle Of Wight often come with spacious living areas, modern kitchens, and sometimes even a private hot tub. They're a great base for exploring the island's beaches, trails, and attractions.

What should I pack when visiting Isle Of Wight?

Pack for variety – comfortable walking shoes for exploring, swimwear for the beaches or your lodge's hot tub, and layers for the unpredictable British weather. Don't forget your camera for the stunning views, and maybe some binoculars for birdwatching at places like Brading Marshes.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in Isle Of Wight offer parking spaces, often right next to your accommodation. It's super convenient for unloading your gear and makes day trips around the island hassle-free. Check with your specific lodge, as some might have communal parking areas a short walk away.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rain can't spoil the fun! Many lodges come with board games, books, and cosy fireplaces. Plus, the island has plenty of indoor attractions, like the Isle of Wight Steam Railway or the Shipwreck Centre and Maritime Museum in Arreton Barns.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Absolutely, many local restaurants and takeaway services deliver to lodges across the Isle Of Wight. You can also find services like Deliveroo and Just Eat operating in the area. For a local touch, try ordering from farm shops like The Garlic Farm for fresh produce.

Is Isle Of Wight a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Definitely! The island's charm isn't just for summer. Off-season visits mean fewer crowds, brisk but beautiful walks along the coastline, and cosy evenings in your lodge. Attractions like Osborne House and Carisbrooke Castle remain open year-round, offering a quieter experience.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

You bet. Lodges with hot tubs on the Isle Of Wight pride themselves on cleanliness and hygiene. Your hot tub will be freshly cleaned and treated before your arrival, ensuring a safe and relaxing experience from the get-go.

Are there pet-friendly lodges available?

Yes, many lodges on the Isle Of Wight welcome pets. You'll find plenty of walks and pet-friendly beaches like Ryde Beach for your furry friends to enjoy. Always check the lodge's pet policy before booking, as some may charge a small extra fee.

How accessible are the lodges for those with mobility issues?

There's a good selection of accessible lodges available. Look for ones offering ground-floor bedrooms, walk-in showers, and ramp access. Venues like Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park often cater to those with additional mobility needs.

What local attractions are near the lodges?

The Isle Of Wight is packed with attractions close to many lodges. You've got the stunning Needles, the interactive Dinosaur Isle museum, and the beautiful Botanic Gardens in Ventnor. Plus, there are castles, zoos, and theme parks like Blackgang Chine – something for everyone!

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