Osborne House gives you a unique glimpse into the cherished home and private lives of Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and their nine children. Wander down to the once private beach, see the charming Swiss Cottage, built for the royal children, and discover the terrace gardens and historic grounds.
The Isle of Wight is very Cycle friendly and hosts many cycling events details of which can be found on the Islands tourist web site www.visitisleofwight.co.uk
The Island has some fabulous walks from coastal to country you can download some ready made walks for free at this site
The Needles Landmark
Visit The Needles Landmark Attraction at the South – Western tip of the Isle of Wight, explore the wonderful natural coastline and discover the world famous Needles Rocks and Trinity Lighthouse from Alum Bay – the Island’s most iconic location.
Renown for its Yachting Heritage Cowes Week (normally 1st week of August) is not to be missed. The whole week and week leading up to Cowes Week sees Cowes come to life , the main street fills with people, musicians, street artists and so much more. View the start of Yacht races from the Royal Yacht Squadron down on the Seafront and finish the week off watching the spectacular Fire work display laid on free for the public. Even if you want a quieter more relaxed time outside of Cowes week Cowes is a lovely place to visit , wander around its shops and Coffee houses and just take in the atmosphere.
With its Stunning views and quaint pubs and shops is not to be missed and a firm favorite with our guests if its invigorating coastal walks you want,browsing the interesting shops or just sitting on the seafront eating an ice cream you will not be disappointed.