The Isle of Wight has been described as a “Little England” and part of this well-deserved reputation is based upon the diversity and character of its resorts, towns and villages. From the market town of Newport to the stylish port of Cowes, each place is unique and well worth a stop whilst on your Isle of Wight holiday.
The Island with its mild weather is one of the sunniest areas in the British Isles. The backbone of the island is formed by a chalk ridge that extends across the entire breadth of the island, from Culver Cliff in the east to The Needles in the west. The ridge is the thickest bed of chalk in the British Isles. The Needles are three detached masses of chalk that lie off the island’s westernmost point and rise to about 100 feet.
There are many holiday resorts – notably Freshwater, Yarmouth, Ryde, Sandown-Shanklin, and Ventnor where tourism is one of the island’s main economic bases.
Travel times may vary depending on traffic and weather conditions.
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The price per person for one night accommodation:
£30 in a mixed dormitory room of the hostel, bunkbeds
£60 in a shared twin room of the hotel, bed & breakfast
£90 in a private room of the hotel with breakfast
Reserved hotels: Somerton Lodge Hotel or similar of the same quality.
That’s it, we’ll handle the rest. All you have to do is turn up and have a great weekend!
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