Bay Inclusive Sandown


Travel by Coach
2 Included Excursions
  • Great value Bay Inclusive package
  • Discover popular Sandown
  • Take an Isle of Wight island tour
  • Explore Victorian Ryde

Make the most of your time away with one of our exclusive Bay Inclusive Breaks. This holiday takes us to the Isle of Wight and the popular town of Sandown, boasting an enviable position on Sandown Bay and home to a long Victorian pier.
Bay Inclusive breaks include return coach travel, breakfast and evening meal, two sightseeing excursions and four drinks vouchers per person per night.

This Holiday is Great For

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Day One:
After meeting at the interchange we will make our way to Sandown on the Isle of Wight, following check in to the Broadway Park Hotel we will enjoy an evening meal.

Day Two to Four:
Over the next three days we will be taking two included excursions to see the best the island has to offer. We’ll take a tour of the island, taking a leisurely, scenic drive around the island. See some popular spots including pretty Yarmouth, a bustling town with a natural harbour. We’ll also go separately to Ryde with miles of glorious sands, an attractive esplanade and beautiful gardens. The other day will be for you to enjoy at your leisure. Sandown has a beautiful seafront, as well as an exhibit on the huge number of fossils that have been found on the island. There are easy rail connections from the town’s station to the Isle of Wight steam railway which has preserved part of the island’s historic railway system since 1971.

Day Five:
Following breakfast at the hotel we will make our way home via the interchange. 

Extras included on this holiday

Four drinks vouchers - Bay Inclusive Package

Make the most of four drinks vouchers per person, per night on this holiday!

Broadway Park Hotel


  • 2017 Tripadvisor certificate of excellence winner
  • 10 minutes’ walk from the seafront, with a number of shops and the railway station nearby
  • Set in four acres of grounds the hotel has an outdoor swimming pool, a snooker room and live entertainment
  • A great base to explore the Isle of Wight and highlights including the Needles and Osbourne House

Stay amid beautiful gardens, close to all the attractions Sandown and the Isle of Wight have to offer at the beautiful Broadway Park Hotel in Sandown.

The hotel is in a popular area of Sandown, not far from the seafront and the town centre. Sandown has all the fun of the seaside with its beach and pier as well as a number of bars and restaurants, but without the usual overcrowding in summer and relatively mild weather in winter. One of the town’s main highlights is the popular Dinosaur Isle exhibition, which tracks the history of fossil discovery on the Isle of Wight.

From Sandown the rest of the island is easily accessible by both car and public transport. Ryde is a short train ride away and has all the attractions you would expect from a traditional British seaside resort, with a huge number of amusements and even a funfair. For great landscapes and sea views head to the Needles and the Tennyson coast on the island’s west coast.

In the hotel enjoy open gardens, great for relaxing and enjoying the great Isle of Wight sunshine. If it gets a little too hot, take a dip in the outdoor pool, or get inside and enjoy a game of snooker or fantastic entertainment in the evenings.

Rooms at this hotel

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The Local Area

Included Excursions

Isle of Wight Tour

Enjoy a scenic tour of the island on a leisurely drive. For such a small place the island has a varied geography, with rolling green fields interspersed with tiny Hamlets and pretty villages in the interior to the beaches at Shanklin and Ryde and dramatic chines and Tennyson Down on the south and west coasts. See some popular spots including pretty Yarmouth, a bustling town with a natural harbour.


Jaunt to Ryde

The resort of Ryde grew as a major Victorian seaside resort in the 19th century and has retained much of its traditional charm. With its attractive esplanade and bustling marina offering fantastic views across the Solent it’s easy to see why so many famous names have called this town home and why it’s said to be the inspiration for the Beatles song ‘Ticket to Ride’.