Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park, Bembridge
Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park is located in the laid-back coastal town of Bembridge on the Isle of Wight. It’s a medium-sized park with a collection of impressive lodges and some convenient on-site facilities. These include a swimming pool, children’s play area and a clubhouse with evening entertainment. Nearby is Bembridge Airport, which isn’t busy so any noise from planes taking off or landing should be minimal and not too disruptive.
The lodges are contemporary in their design and are bright and airy throughout. They’re equipped with all the modern conveniences a group of up to 6 could need for an enjoyable, stress-free stay. The open-plan living, dining and kitchen area is spacious yet cosy. A smart TV provides a lot of entertainment while the wraparound veranda is ideal for those who want to dine or simply relax outdoors.
This holiday park is a great option for anyone looking to visit the Isle of Wight. You’re right by the coast and there are plenty of villages and towns along the coast and further inland, waiting to be explored. You’ll also find many picturesque walking trails that showcase the island’s stunning features. Discover some of the animal residents at Butterfly World IOW and Monkey Haven, or head to the Isle of Wight Area of Natural Beauty and stop by Ventnor Botanic Garden. Don’t forget to visit Newport, the beating heart of the island. It’s a lively, thriving place with scores of things to do and see, including excellent restaurants, friendly bars and more than enough shopping opportunities.
Wraparound veranda with furniture
Specified lodges welcome pets
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Things to Do
Dinosaur Isle – A short drive from the holiday park is Dinosaur Isle, which is a top choice for a fun day out. Visit this family-friendly museum and you’ll learn all about dinosaurs and see some life-size replicas of them.
Bembridge & St Helens – While staying here, be sure to explore the delightful seaside towns of Bembridge and St Helens. These seaside settlements are two of the many charming places you’ll find dotted along the Isle of Wight’s coastline. https://www.visitbembridge.co.uk
The Needles – Head to the Isle of Wight’s west coast and see the Needles, a series of three chalk stacks rising nearly 100 feet out of the sea.
Barbosa – Burgers, tacos and hot dogs are among the many mouth watering foods you can dine on here. The restaurant, centrally located in Bembridge, also has an extensive drinks menu.
The Crab and Lobster Inn – Set away from the main town overlooking the sea is this B&B and restaurant. Dine here on an evening and you’ll get to sample local seafood and other delicacies.
Hungry Bear – In the nearby town of Brading is Hungry Bear, a self-styled roast house. Here you can tuck into sumptuous roasts every day of the week.
Close to fabulous beach on Isle of Wight.