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Enjoy a midweek break to the beautiful Isle of Wight, enjoying a scenic island tour and a visit to Godshill.
Today we travel to the Isle of Wight where we check in to our hotel and enjoy a fantastic evening meal.
Days 2 to 4
Over the three days we spend in the Isle of Wight we will enjoy two included excursions. We take a full day island tour excursion allowing you to see the scenic Isle of Wight and its many quaint villages and Victorian seaside towns.
We also take a half-day excursion to Godshill, an attractive little village towards the island’s interior. You’ll have plenty of time here to explore the village and perhaps enjoy a drink and a bite to eat at one of the cafes or pubs here.
You will also have plenty of time to explore the area around the hotel which is just across the harbour from Yarmouth which is a beautiful seaside town. Or take a bus over to The Needles and explore the beautiful headlands here and Tennyson Down.
After breakfast we depart from the hotel and travel home.
Warner Norton Grange Coastal Village
Explore the picturesque town of Yarmouth from this ideally-located hotel, situated within its own Coastal Village. Treat yourself to lunch in the hotel’s café, soak up stunning views, and enjoy a relaxing stay.
Full Day: Island Tour
Our adventure begins today on the western side of the island as we explore the Isle of Wight, known as "England in miniature". Stops include Alum Bay, famous for the Needles rock formations and beautiful views across the sea that make you think you're stood at the edge of the world. We also visit the picture postcard village of Godshill, with its perfect thatched cottages, it feels as though you have been transported back in time.
Half Day: Godshill
We take a visit to the quintessential English village of Godshill today. With some of the oldest buildings in the Isle of Wight, a medieval church, pretty thatched-roof cottages and a winding main street, Godshill is a beautiful place to spend some time. Relax among the historic buildings and enjoy a traditional cream tea in one of the tea rooms or maybe pint of local ale in one of the classic pubs in the village.