"She thinks of nothing but the Isle of Wight, and she calls it the Island, as if there were not another island in the world" Jane Austen
505913_1200x340f River Views from our Glampsite
515943_1200x340f Our Stunning Tented Safari Lodges
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868151_1200x340f Sunset, Newtown estuary, Isle of Wight
868147_1200x340f Family walking at Yarmouth Mill, Isle of Wight

The diamond shaped Isle of Wight is 23 miles wide & 13 miles high.

Access to the coast
is quick & easy.

children at Newtown estuary, Isle of Wight

Our glampsite is situated on a mixed arable & livestock working farm of approximately 900 acres around the saltwater tidal River Yar estuary. An exciting environmental habitat with extraordinary biodiversity, the estuary is renowned as being a haven for Lapwing, Teal, Kingfisher and many other feathered friends.

Take your family holiday with us, stay in gorgeous glamping accommodation on the stunning Isle of Wight.

Just 1 mile walk through fields & woodland, adjacent to the River Yar will take you to the historic harbour town of Yarmouth. The entry to the port is overlooked by the ancient Yarmouth Castle.

view over Freshwater Bay, Isle of Wight

Freshwater Bay is probably the most picturesque beach in West Wight. It is a popular stopping off point for those who like to walk the cliffs to Tennyson's Monument and the stunning coastline rambles along to unspoilt, rugged sandy beaches.

Compton Bay is a best kept secret being two miles of contrasting golden and dark sands. Colwell Bay is a stunning beach offering spectacular views back across the Solent.

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