Grange Farm Brighstone Bay is one of the most popular holiday parks on the Isle of Wight and is proud of its three-star rating. Found on the southern coast of the island, this is a small, family run campsite open from March 1st to November 1st every year.
There are 60 pitches at this campsite and it accommodates motorhomes, tents and touring caravans, while there are four luxurious chalets and ten fully equipped holiday homes that you can hire, too. Pets are also allowed to stay at Grange Farm Brighstone Bay, a campsite that can act as a wonderful base for exploring the rest of the Isle of Wight, as well as Hampshire in general.
35 of this site's 60 pitches offer the benefit of electric hook-ups so guests can enjoy the use of any appliances they have inside their motorhomes and touring caravans, while there is also an on-site toilet block, and laundry facilities are available, too. A well-stocked on-site shop means you never have to leave the confines of Grange Farm Brighstone Bay if you’re simply looking to escape from everyday life and enjoy your time in a tranquil location. On site you will also find a children’s play area that's perfect for letting younger members of the family burn off some energy.
From this campsite in Hampshire, guests can easily walk down to the seafront and pick their spot on the beach. The beachfront is wonderful for both exploring as well as relaxing, and fossil enthusiasts can even try their hand at a little archaeology at various points on the seafront. On clear days plenty of ships can also be seen travelling across the horizon.
Guests that are looking to explore the whole of the Isle of Wight during their stay at Grange Farm Brighstone Bay won’t be disappointed with what they find. A short distance along the coast there is the Tennyson Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which proves popular with visitors to the Isle of Wight all throughout the year. Further along the coast is the beautiful Needles Headland and Tennyson Down, plus this campsite actually sites within the Isle of Wight Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. On the north shore of the island is the stunning Hamstead Heritage Coast, which overlooks the Solent, while in the centre of the island guests will find the charming town of Newport, the county town of the island.
Driving the coastal route all the way around the Isle of Wight is definitely something worth doing, too, as there is a multitude of quaint towns all with something different to offer. There are also plenty of small villages and hamlets to discover both along the coast and further inland, many of them hosting local businesses such as bakers and butchers, as well as welcoming family pubs and eateries. If you enjoy leisurely outdoor activities such as golf and fishing, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to indulge your passion close to Grange Farm Brighstone Bay and beyond. Just a 10-minute drive along the coast is Blackgang Chine, while 10 minutes in the opposite direction you'll find Chessell Pottery Barns.
It might be under 150 square miles in size, but there are lots of things to do on the Isle of Wight during your motorhome, camping and caravan holidays.