Adjacent to the popular Compton Bay, swimming is popular from this beach. One of Brook Beach’s most unique features is the fossilised forest of huge trees which appears from beneath the waves at Hanover Point at low tide, closer to the cliffs, fossils can also be found amongst the pebbles along with the casts of… Read more →
Walks: Self Catering Pet Friendly Holidays on the Isle of Wight
8 Miles Starting at Grange Chine this walk takes you over the cliff tops with superb views of the dramatic coastline, Whale chine and Blackgang chine.
Brading Roman Villa is one of the finest Roman sites in the UK. A Romano-British archaeological site with mosaic floors, and a collection of Roman archaeology. Regular events include historical re-enactments. Telephone: 01983 406223
Situated on the south-east coast of the Isle of Wight, the quiet village of Bonchurch is one of the oldest settlements on the Island. A pretty sand and shingle beach with rock pools incorporating the Monks and Horseshoe Bays. You can take the flat walkway right through to Ventnor Esplanade where there are a variety… Read more →
This little gem is a Grade 1 listed building and one of the island’s most iconic images. Built around 1700, it last operated in 1913 but still has most of its original machinery intact. Telephone: 01983 840314
5.6 Miles This walk starts at Bembridge lifeboat following the coast inland, up to Culver downs, past The Yarborough Monument and finally meeting back to the coast where you can enjoy the wonderful views of Yaverland and look back on stunning cliff views.