Roebeck Country Park
A Beautiful and peaceful park set in 14 acres with woodland area and fishing, so bring your fishing rod and catch a carp or 2 (we do insist you put them back once caught though).
Close to the largest town on the Island with its hovercraft and Catamaran passenger services. Car ferry terminals are but a short distance away. We have negotiated very competitive ferry rates with both Red Funnel and Wightlink which can be seen by visiting our website.
There is so much to do on this beautiful and historic Isle, with visits to Alum Bay with its chair lift and coloured sands, Blackgang Chine and Robin Hill the Gothic Tower at Appley Beach, Puckpool and Seaview to mention but a few.
Yarmouth with the oldest wooden pier in the country. Newport with its farmers market. Visit the famous and historic Tennyson Down where Lord Tennyson took so much inspiration. Surf off or just take a towel and while away your time at Compton Beach along the military road which has stunning views over the channel and the islands cliffs.
If you prefer to walk, cycle or take public transport there is so much to see and do for all the family including the dog for those young and young at heart, with its miles of golden sandy beaches where they can build sand castles to their hearts content.
There are hundreds of bars, cafés, restaurants, and boutiques in the Island towns whether you want to treat yourself or just browse. We are very fortunate to have a microclimate on the Island, which on average makes it warmer than the rest of the UK. We host both the Isle of Wight Festival in June each year and The Bestival in September.
The summer home of Queen Victoria - Osbourne House which can be visited with guided tours also hosts an open air concert in its grounds in August with famous names such as Sir Tom Jones, Paul Weller, Westlife, Simply Red have all played there.
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This page was last updated: 26 January 2015