Isle of Wight Activities

 

When on holiday on the Isle of Wight you can be active or inactive as you please. Although this garden isle is only small there are so many activities to particpate in.

Summer Arcade Shanklin
 
A great palce toburn off energy for all the family. Includes Jungle Adventure Golf, Jungle Jims Indoor Adventure Play Area and 10 Pin Family Bowling at Just 31 per game! Go to www.summerarcade.co.uk for further information.
 
Wight Llama Treks
 
Enjoy guided walks through the beautiful West Wight Countryside taking in views of the beautiful white chalky downs, the sea and the Needles. Walks are conducted in groups of 4 with your llama. Suitable for families with children from 6 years and above. Check out www.wightllamatreks.co.uk for further details and to book. 
 Sandown Rocks Climbing Wall
 

A unique and rewarding climbing experience.

Instructor led sessions open to adults and children - all abilities welcome. A great activity and challenge for all the family. Go to www.sandownrocks.co.uk for further information and contact details

 
Red Squirrels
 Unmissable!
The Isle of Wight is a nationally important refuge for Red Squirrels and with over 3000 on the Island, if you look in the right places, you will spot one of these magnificent creatures. Neearby Rylstone Park is a great place to see them. They have been spotted basking by our pool, running across the lawn and even sitting at the front of the hotel!

Click for details of a local Red Squirrel Walk

 
 
 Ghost Walks
 Unmissable!
Paranormal perambulations and the Newport ghost walk was started in 1994 by Marc Tuckey with guidance from Gay Baldwin the author of the ghost story books of the Isle of Wight. Marc and Gay claim the Isle of Wight to be the most haunted in the world with the ley lines covering the Isle of Wight exactly as they do at Stone Henge.

You too, can experience the paranormal on one of the famous Ghost Walks.

Click to find out more!