Escape to the Isle of Wight this Autumn from just £56
The beautiful Isle of Wight is the perfect place for an escape this autumn. Take a brisk walk or cycle around the Island, explore the impressive beaches, landscapes and attractions and then retreat back to your cosy accommodation of choice, relax, wine and dine and simply unwind.
5 reasons why you'll fall in love with the Island this Autumn...
1. The Great Outdoors:
The Island's beautiful and diverse scenery make it a walker's paradise and there are plenty of footpaths that will lead you through ancient woodlands, open farmland, leafy green lanes, visiting historic towns and charming villages along the way.
2. The Events:
There's many events on throughout Autumn including Robin Hill's Festival of Light inspired by Diwali, and Blackgang Chine's Illuminations to keep the whole family entertained. There's even the IoW Literary Festival for book worms, and the Classic Buses, Beers and Walks Weekend for the pub crawl enthusiast.
3. The Entertainment:
Treat yourself to some arcade amusements, live music, theatre performances or perhaps some retail therapy. While at your leisure on the Island, there are a range of day-time and night-ime entertainment options available for you. There's something for everyone!
4. The Food & Drink:
If traditional pubs and a rustic ambiance is just your thing, you'll find plenty to choose from on the Island, many with live music from talented local musicians and roaring log fires. If fine dining is the order of the day, then spend a candlelit evening at a Michelin guide restaurant that celebrates Island produce on its menu and afterwards enjoy a stroll hand in hand on a beautiful beach.
5. The Cosy Places to Stay:
Choose from an amazing range of accommodation, including historic houses, stylish hotels, boutique bed and breakfasts, dreamy cottages and other intimate hideaways. Plus, you'll save 25% off ferry travel with accommodation bookings with Red Funnel. By Bike - A bike ride can create the perfect backfrop for romance and adventure and the Island's 500 miles of cycle paths will take you on a journey through dramatic and contrasting landscapes.