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Post by VRH on Sun Jul 17, 2011 4:35 pm

Hello all
We are hoping to visit Isle of Wight mid September, any suggestions on where to stay please? Any other advice on visiting IOW would be most welcome.

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Re: Isle of Wight

Post by Paulmold on Sun Jul 17, 2011 4:48 pm

We've stayed at Adgestone twice, once when it was privately owned and once after it was taken over by the C&CC. Good site with swimming pool and take-away food. Also the pitches are grouped into small hedged sections so it never feels too large. Don't know how long you are going for but ther are deals to the island of 5 nights inc, ferry for £105 with several sites to choose from, I think it is a Wightlink ferry deal.
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Re: Isle of Wight

Post by CC on Sun Jul 17, 2011 8:36 pm

We visited the IOW last year & stayed at Park Resort sites near Cowes & Ventnor, both sites were OK but quite open & exposed!

We liked Ryde & Shanklin best, but Freshwater is also nice.

You have probably looked at this site already, if not it may help http://www.isleofwight.com/isle_wight_camping.html

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Post by Brisey on Sun Jul 17, 2011 8:37 pm

We visited the Isle of Wight a year ago. Red Funnel offer deals for 5 nights camping plus ferry at good rates, I think we paid £120. We chose to stay at the Whitfield Forest site, excellent facilities with EHU. There is a bus stop near to the site entrance and our bus passes were accepted for travel throughout the island.
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Re: Isle of Wight

Post by cal on Sun Jul 17, 2011 8:42 pm

Hi there and welcome. Cal here in N. Ireland Not sure if you are looking for a quite site but we stayed at a Caravan Club CL site called Eddies Farm Warlands Lane, Shalfleet, Newport, PO30 4NQ - for 2 nights in 2010 and was quite a big field for 5 vans and had a shower/toilet onsite reasonably priced and friendly owner.
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Post by cal on Sun Jul 17, 2011 8:44 pm

(sorry VRH was wlecoming new members and just realised you are an exisiting member smile! )
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Re: Isle of Wight

Post by VRH on Fri Nov 11, 2011 5:02 pm

Hello All

We visited the Isle of Wight during the first week of October and stayed at the Waverley Site in East Cowes, very nice site and the owners were very helpful. We paid £145. for one week including the ferry ( Red Funnel). Apparently, Red Funnel does special offers during the year which includes a choice of sites inclusive of the ferry fare, you can contact them if you want to be placed on their mailing list.

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