Isle of Wight

56 West Hill Road


Isle of Wight

PO33 1LW Tel. 01983 565769

The diamond shaped Isle of Wight just 23 miles by 13 miles is Englandís smallest county.† It is separated from the English mainland by the Solent, which has an international reputation for yachting events, the most famous of which is Cowes Week.


In the mid 19th century Queen Victoria and Prince Albert bought Osborne House as a seaside retreat from Court life in London.† Osborne House is now a popular tourist attraction.


The Isle of Wight with its high record of sunshine makes it† ideal to enjoy the many unspoilt beaches it can offer.† The diverse landscape, half of which is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is a walkerís paradise with over 500 miles of footpaths and bridleways.


There are a wide range of attractions and places of interest to visit, some of which are listed below.





Osborne House

Tapnell Farm

The Needles at Alum Bay

Shanklin Chine

Blackgang Chine Adventure Park

Robin Hill Adventure Park

Ventnor Botanic Gardens

Isle of Wight Zoo

Isle of Wight Pearl

The Old Smithy and Gardens

Amazon World

Rosemary Vineyard

Butterfly World

Dinosaur World

Isle of Wight Steam Railway

Carisbrooke Castle

Arreton Barns & Craft Village

Brading Roman Villa

Ryde Super Bowl

Ghost Walks

Monkey Haven

Quarr Abbey