Spring into Whitsun at Whitecliff Bay11th April 2014
Whitsun is coming! The gateway to summer, Whitsun arrives on the weekend beginning the 6th of June, and there’s no better place to spend that time than at Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park on the Isle of Wight. We are offering our luxury caravans, which sleep six people, for the amazing price of just £335 for three nights. It’s the perfect accommodation for either a family looking for a budget getaway, or just a group of friends looking to spend a fun weekend on the beautiful Isle of Wight.
As usual, there’s so much on the park to keep everyone happy. We have both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, as well as play areas for the kids to enjoy. Besides these, we also have My Active – a full range of activities, games and more to please even the most active person in your group. Activities include archery, axe throwing, zorbing, kayaking, bike hire, pool snorkeling and so much more.
Whitsun is the traditional crossover from spring into summer, so why not get off the park for a day and see all the treats that the Isle of Wight has in store? There are many places of historic interest, such as the 12th Century Carisbrooke Castle, and Osborne House, the summer residence of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. There’s also the well-known Isle of Wight Zoo, dozens of great cycle paths and many great beaches where one can surf or just relax and sunbathe.
But if you’re arriving in Whitsun, then why not try something a little different? In Ryde, there’s the Bullen Mead Arts and Crafts Fair, which runs from 10:00am to 5.00pm every day, and features a myriad of locally made handicrafts for sale. If music is more your thing, then how about extending your stay to the 12th of June and catching the Isle of Wight Festival in Newport? This award-winning, world-renowned event has attracted such headline acts as the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam and many others.
So let your hair down this Whitsun and enjoy the sensational sun, sea and sounds on the stunning Isle of Wight.