Isle of Wight
Friday 28 May 2021 (5 Days)
Welcome to the Trouville Hotel. The premier destination for Isle of Wight breaks, holidays and accommodation.
What makes the Isle of Wight so different is that there you will find the best of Southern England’s landscape features condensed into an area of just 147 square miles, all easily accessible and unspoilt by the many large developments to be seen elsewhere. Here, you can still find miles and miles of wild and beautiful coastlines, a green heartland of tranquility and an enchanting rural community almost untouched by modern urban pressures, it is little wonder why so many choose to stay on the Isle of Wight.
The weekly farmers’ markets in Newport and Ryde and monthly farmers’ market in Yarmouth are the perfect opportunities to sample local produce including the Island’s famous garlic. An excellent climate for viticulture, award winning wines have been produced by a number of vineyards, some being chosen for the Queen’s Jubilee Banquet.
Situated centrally on Sandown’s seafront, the Trouville Hotel in Sandown is the ideal location for an Isle of Wight Break.
Opposite the golden beach and with panoramic views over the sweep of Sandown and Shanklin Bay, the hotel offers the comfort and care for a well deserved break. The hotel’s 88 well appointed rooms, most with sea view, provide the facilities expected by today’s well travelled guest.
Relax and unwind, days can be spent lazing in the bars and lounge,watching the ocean liners pass and the world go by whilst enjoying the hotel’s complimentary WIFI facility.
The hotel comes alive in the evening, with live entertainment in the stylish and Island’s largest hotel ballroom. Out of season, the Trouville Hotel is a firm favourite for dancing holidays, renowned for line dancing, sequence, rock n roll and more.
The Trouville is the perfect venue for an Island break. We have a proud reputation for delivering high standards in food, service and hospitality. There are some great hotel deals on our special offers page, so there has never been a better excuse to pop across the Solent and explore our wonderful Island.
A morning departure (see departure points below) making our way south to Portsmouth where we we have a lunchstop.
We then catch the ferry to Fishbourne arriving at our hotel in Sandown late afternoon.
Today we have included an excursion to Ryde, Shanklin and Godshill
Ryde is the largest town on the Isle of Wight with its prominent position along the seafront . In addition to an expanse of sandy beaches which stretch right along the town, Ryde has a great selection of boutique shops, museums and galleries for you to visit along with lots of other things to see and do along its esplanade.
Ryde Farmers' Market takes place every Saturday 8.30am – 12.30pm. If you want to purchase quality produce that has been grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked or otherwise processed by the local stallholder, Island Farmers' Markets are the places to go.
We then continue to the picturesque town of Shanklin. The Old Village with its pretty thatched cottages and history, housing gift shops and tea rooms is the perfect spot for a cream tea or a light lunch.
Later, we proceed to Godshill, a quintessentially English village of traditional tearooms and thatched cottages, before returning to our hotel.
We include a full day island tour which include Yarmouth and the Needles
Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty overlooking The Needles Rocks and Lighthouse, there's breathtaking scenery and a spectacular chairlift past amazing coloured sand cliffs.
The town of Yarmouth offers plenty of things to do, from walking through the cobbled streets of the town to cycling along the flat paths which run beside nature reserves. Visit one of the great local pubs or restaurants and enjoy a drink as you watch the sunset over the water. The town is filled with a range of quaint cafes, shops and galleries and the main square is overlooked by a stunning 17th Century church. Walk up Yarmouth Pier and enjoy the view of the stunning West Wight coastline
Todays excursion take us to Newport, Cowes and Osborne House
Newport is the principal town located in the centre of the Island and often referred to as its capital. This historic town centres on two elegant squares with Georgian and Victorian architecture surrounding them, with the town’s quay a short distance away.
Stroll through the vibrant town and enjoy independent shops and well-known yachting clothing stores, sit at a pavement café and people watch or enjoy a glass of something cold.
Osborne House. At the height of her reign, Queen Victoria and her husband Prince Albert chose the Isle of Wight as their favourite holiday spot. Creating a palatial home at Osborne, the royal family spent their holidays visiting attractions, towns and beauty spots. Entry is not included as it is free for English Heritage members.
Otherwise Adults £19 Seniors £17.10 (prices current as at May 2020)
We return to the hotel late afternoon
After breakfast we say farewell to our hosts and make our return journey to S Yorks
Coach Travel from S. Yorks (see below for departure points)
Lunchstop in Portsmouth
Ferry to the Isle of Wight (Portsmouth to Fishbourne)
4 Nights Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Excellent Trouville Hotel
Entertainment Every Evening (If restrictions allow)
Island Tour including Yarmouth and the Needles
Excursion including Ryde, Shanklin and Godshill
Excursion to Newport, Cowes and Osborne House
Cost: £399 (based on 2 adults sharing)
Children age 3 - 16yrs: £269
Single Supplement: £100
Upgrade to Sea-View: £40 per room
Balance Due: 19 March 2021
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