Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park has something for everyone in a wonderful setting with amazing views and facilities. With a stunning sandy beach on one side and countryside and woodland on the other, you will be ideally placed to enjoy a relaxing break with beautiful sunsets after long bright summer days.
Ideal for all ages, groups and families you will find a range of facilities including an Indoor and Outdoor Heated Pool, Sauna, Sun Terrace and Secluded Sandy Beach with Cafe. We offer family entertainment in The Culver Club and The Nab Bar and Restaurant offers a great choice of food served all day. Children can also enjoy Indoor Soft Play, an Outdoor Adventure Playground and Mini Golf.
Other features include a Supermarket Store and Free Wi-fi in The Nab Bar, Sports lounge with large TV plus a Free Outdoor Family Cinema. We also welcome groups and rallies.
Brand new pitch development for 2012 with a fantastic selection of Holiday Homes to choose from. Access from park to secluded Sandy Beach, Private parking spaces for Caravan Guests.
The Isle of Wight is packed with adventure and activity. The island is scattered with picturesque villages, seaside resorts, small towns and beautiful harbours.
Within the 23 by 13 miles that is the Isle of Wight you will find over 60 attractions, here's a few Guest favourites ...
Within 5 miles
1.Isle Of Wight Zoo
2.Sandown Pier & Seafront
3.Seaview Wildlife Encounter
5.Brading Roman Villa
5 - 10 Miles
1.Robin Hill Adventure Park
2.Ryde Ice Rink & Bowling
4.Havenstreet Steam Railway
A little further
3.Owl & Monkey Haven
5.Isle of Wight Pearl
Practical Motorhome Independent Site Reviews.
Whitecliff Bay is a very pleasant site indeed. With the touring fields spread across three steep hillsides, visitors can enjoy marvellous views. The park is situated on both sides of the B3395 road from Sandown to Bembridge, with the touring park on the left hand side.
Most of the caravan pitches are levelled, and all sit on grass. The majority have electricity supplies, and there are 13 super pitches which include electricity, fresh water, waste water and sewerage disposal facilities.
Fresh water is easily available, there are two children’s play areas, and dogs are accepted on the bottom field in low season.
It is on the other side of the road that everything really takes off, however. Here, there are 220 holiday homes of all shapes and sizes, and there’s some overflow accommodation for tents and caravans if required. Apparently, in the high season of 2003 the staff required every single lodging that they could find!
The main leisure complex includes a great deal of varied entertainment and activities. There is a large, heated outdoor pool and an indoor fun pool with a flume. In addition, visitors can use the sauna and mini-gym (with eight unsupervised cardio-vascular machines) or, if that all sounds a bit too strenuous, relax in the bar and restaurant. The view when sitting outside the main bar is superb: you can rest on the patio with an ice cold drink and look out over the white cliffs and crisp blue sea.
There is also a road to a private beach, and if you want to take a boat then your 4x4 will be given access. As long as vehicles are not parked along the road, then beach-goers are free to enjoy the ocean.
Visiting this site provides peace and quiet on an elevated hilltop. However, the beach and leisure facilities are the main attractions. Good discounts are available to cover ferry and camping charges, and the natives are very, very friendly! 21 Mar 2006
Practical Caravans Top 100 Parks Awards 2003
Nestling in the rolling hills and white cliffs on the eastern side of the Isle Of Wight, this site has it all. In fact, there is so much to do that you’ll be hard-pressed to drag some family members away for the day.
Children are well catered-for with Humphray Bear’s Playzone and Club. There are indoor and outdoor pools, a games room, facilities for basketball, crazy golf and go-karts, a small gym, whirlpool bath and spa. You can even book a light aircraft to take you round the island from a nearby airfield. Or you can simply take in the rural and coastal views. The beach is a short walk away and the coastal path, which runs right round the island, cuts through the eastern tip of the site.
In the evening you can enjoy being entertained in the Culver Club or take a quiet drink or meal overlooking the English Channel in the Nab Tower Bar and Restaurant. There are also a number of take-away options. The great thing about the Isle of Wight is that thanks to its compact dimensions, there are loads of attractions to see in a small space. Days out include the fun park of Blackgang Chine and the towns of Sandown, Ryde and Shanklin. The site has adequate facilities for washing, while the fully-serviced pitches also provide fresh water.
1 Jan 2003