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Holiday Parks in Isle Of Wight

With four incredible resorts close to the beach, in the countryside and a little bit of both, you’ll have all of the Isle of Wight to explore until your heart’s content.

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There’s no better place for an Isle of Wight holiday than at an Away Resorts holiday park. Explore our Holiday parks including Whitecliff Bay, The Lakes Rookley, St Helen's and The Bay Colwell. Your Isle of Wight break will surely be the perfect escape for the whole family or couples getaway.

A superb holiday location all year round, whether you’re planning a 2024 Isle of Wight holiday or beyond, the island is just a ferry crossing away. Experience the stunning landscapes, relaxing beaches, family attractions, and of course, book the ideal base for all your adventures with our accommodation.

Feel free to pick from our cozy camping spots, glamorous glamping choices, or make yourself at home in a charming caravan, lodge, or cottage!

A family Isle of Wight holiday is sure to be packed full of fun! But, if you’re looking for a dreamy Isle of Wight holiday for adults with your partner, then a UK island holiday can also offer the peace, quiet and relaxation you both deserve. So why not start planning your island getaway and book your Isle of Wight break with Away Resorts today!

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Something for everyone...

It’s impossible to be bored on a break to the Isle of Wight. Our holiday parks offer a range of fun activities to suit the whole family during your Isle of Wight holiday, from tie-dye and clay play, to challenging activities like treasure hunts, family geo-coaching and water sports at the Lakes Rookley resort in particular!

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Fancy a hot tub holiday? Explore Away Resorts park regions with hot tubs:

Cornwall | Lincolnshire | Hampshire | Isle of Wight | North Wales | Yorkshire 

In the Isle of Wight, we also have 4 holiday parks that offer accommodation with hot tubs, which are: Whitecliff Bay, The Bay Colwell, St Helens and The Lakes Rookley Holiday Park . From a fantastic range of lodges, cottages, chalets and caravans with hot tubs, Away Resorts has accommodation to suit everyone. Feel free to take a look at our hot tub holidays Isle of Wight page for more details.

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Stunning accommodation options

There’s accommodation to suit everyone with an Away Resorts holiday in the Isle of Wight. Whether you desire a break full of stargazing and relaxing back in a beach house, a lake house with decking and stunning backdrop, or a base for all your adventures, we have the place for you. You’ll find a range of luxury lodges, cottages and static caravans.

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But, what’s the best way to get there? 

With an Isle of Wight holiday with Away Resorts, booking a ferry crossing couldn’t be easier. We work closely with our ferry partners to provide you with the best possible price. 

If you’re looking to book your ferry crossing from Southampton, then you can request a booking via Red Funnel. We recommend booking a ferry via this service, three days or more in advance of your arrival date.

You can book a ferry via Wightlink, if you wish to book your ferry crossing from Portsmouth or Lymington. This can be done online, and after booking your Isle of Wight break with us. Or you can get a quote in advance via the Wightlink website.

You can find our handy guide with everything you need to know about ferry crossings by clicking below.

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Isle of Wight holiday homes for sale

Interested in owning your very own holiday home on the Isle of Wight? With such a variety of things to do on this special island, you’re sure to want to come back again and again. The Isle of Wight is the perfect location for holiday home ownership, as you can explore and enjoy the outstanding beaches aswell as the magnificent history.

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Things to do on the Isle of Wight

The changing coastline

Whether you’re looking for the perfect place for sunbathing, golden sands for building sand castles, or catching the waves with some surfing, there is a beach for you on the Isle of Wight.

Thanks to its ever-changing coastline, you can explore the varied landscapes the island has to offer, during your Isle of Wight holiday. From the spacious beaches at Ryde, to the fossil finder delight of Compton Bay, you’ll have a whale of a time on the Isle of Wight.

Isle of Wight theme parks

Looking for some family fun on your break to the Isle of Wight? There are plenty of adventures ready and waiting for you and the kids, with some amazing Isle of Wight attractions.

Spend a day at Blackgang Chine, set amongst seaside views, and experience the wonder of this eclectic theme park with its range of magical themed worlds and exciting rides. For an amazing experience all-year round, visit the award-winning Tapnell Farm Park! Not only are there incredible countryside and sea views, but all the family can get involved with indoor and outdoor play areas. 

Explore the Needles Landmark

The Isle of Wight’s most famous attraction is a must on your to-do list! A destination not to be missed, not only can you visit the unforgettable group of rocks and iconic lighthouse, but also take in the views from the chairlift.

The Needles Landmark offers something for all the family, as you can take a spin on its amazing rides or learn about glass blowing at the Alum Bay Glass showroom. Satisfy your sweet tooth with the Isle of Wight Sweet manufactory, or embark on a prehistoric adventure with our Dino Jeep Safari or Jurassic Golf. 

The history of the Island

There are a range of incredible places to visit on the Isle of Wight, each with their own heritage. But the island is most famous for its dinosaur discoveries, earning its title of Dinosaur Island.

During your island getaway, you can also look out for famous historic monuments, such as St Catherine’s Oratory, Tennyson’s Monument and the Mottistone Longston. 

Take a look at the different holidays at Away Resorts:

Find out more about Away Resort's holidays:

Luxury Breaks | Family Breaks | Toddler Breaks | Dog Friendly Holidays | Hot Tub Breaks | Romantic Getaways | Staycations | Cornwall Weekend Breaks | Cottage Holidays | Caravan Holidays | Lodge Holidays

Find out more about leisure holidays:

Adventure Holidays | Fishing Holidays | Beach Holidays | Forest Holidays | Active Breaks | Walking Breaks | Cycling Breaks

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FAQ's about Isle of Wight Holidays 

Is the Isle of Wight a good holiday destination?    

If you’re looking for unique experiences, remarkably varied beaches, exciting attractions, stunning scenery and unrivalled accommodation, then an Isle of Wight holiday is the perfect destination for you! 

Does the Isle of Wight have a theme park?    

Yes! Make your Isle of Wight holiday even more magical with a trip to Blackgang Chine Theme Park — the UK’s oldest theme park! Explore a land of imagination, full of attractions for all ages, from thrilling rides to stunning sea views. There is so much to discover at this unique theme park, and it’s the perfect fun-filled family day out on the Isle of Wight.  

Blackgang Chine is open from March through to October, and can be found in the town of Ventnor on the southeast cost of the Isle of Wight. 

Where is the best area on the Isle of Wight?    

There are many wonderful places to visit in the Isle of Wight, it can be hard to pick just one. If you’re interested in an area seeped in history, then you can uncover the island’s impressive heritage with a trip to Cowes. The most popular, and arguably most spectacular beach can be found in Ryde. Perfect for sandcastle building or a bit of windsurfing. 

For an Isle of Wight holiday full of exploration in nature, Shanklin is an idyl location for walkers. Discover magical waterfalls and enchanting gardens along the way. 

What should you not miss on the Isle of Wight?    

Some of the things to do on the Isle of Wight during your holiday include great attractions, activities and places to visit. The Needles Landmark Attraction is a destination not to be missed, with a spectacular chairlift ride, breath-taking views and multi-coloured sands. 

Add a trip to Monkey Haven to your to-do list, as this award-winning primate rescue centre makes both animals and visitors happy. Not only can you come face to face with rescued monkeys, but the sanctuary is also home to meerkats, reptiles and birds of prey. 

No Isle of Wight holiday is complete without a day at the seaside, whether you want time to relax on golden sands, or unearth the treasures of the fossil-rich cliffs. There is plenty to do at the varying Isle of Wight beaches – all whilst getting your daily dose of vitamin sea. 

Does the Isle of Wight have nice beaches?    

Yes! There are beaches galore in the Isle of Wight, so you’ll be spoilt for choice. Thanks to its varied coastline, you’ll find a vast range of landscapes, including towering cliffs, sandy beaches and secret coves. 

How long is the ferry crossing from the Isle of Wight?    

When travelling by car, the ferry crossing usually takes between 40 minutes to an hour. When crossing by foot, you can hop on a faster route, which can last between 20 to 30 minutes. 

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