You stay in specially selected hotels, country inns, friendly guesthouses and b&bs along the trail that have been carefully chosen for the warmth of their welcome, the quality of their accommodation and their accessibility to the trail. We always book en-suite rooms with private bathrooms where they are available, but some, in the remoter areas where accommodation is limited, may not have private facilities.
When booking your holiday you can customise your trip by building in extra nights for rest days or sightseeing. Please contact us if you would like assistance in deciding where to spend an extra night.
These can be booked on most routes - the supplement is
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Cowes - Yarmouth (coastal path)
A gentle introduction to the Isle of Wight Coastal Path, with rolling landscape to follow. The trail leads you along cliff tops before descending onto the beach at Thorness bay where were your likely to see wading birds, including oyster catchers, ringed plovers and redshanks. After the Thorness Holiday Village you veer away from the coast and inland through the Newton National Nature Reserve with further bird watching opportunities on offer. Shortly thereafter, the trail makes its way back towards the coast, eventually arriving in the attractive, bustling town of Yarmouth.
Yarmouth - Brighstone (coastal path)
This section of the Isle of Wight Coastal Path is dominated by the three pinnacles of the Needles with the Old and New Batteries and the Black Knight missile test From The Needles and Scratchells Bay, the trail continues along the chalk ridge of Tennysons Down past the Tennyson Monument following chalk cliff tops past Compton Bay with its excellent beaches. before arriving in your destination of Brighstone.