Welcoming tents, caravans and motorhomes, and with seasonal and serviced pitches plus some chalets and holiday homes too, Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park on the Isle of Wight has something for everyone. It's the ideal south coast holiday destination for people of all ages, a family friendly, dog friendly campsite.
The touring and camping pitches at Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park sit on a south facing slope. The standard pitches are grassy, level and without electric hook-ups. Or you could book a serviced pitch, which is a grass pitch with a 16A electric hook-up, or how about a super pitch, again with a 16A electric hook-up but these are hardstanding. Finally, seasonal pitches are available – book a standard, a super or a serviced pitch and extend your holiday. There is also a winter storage facility on site.
There are other accommodation options at Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park. Fancy glamping? Or stay in a lodge or caravan. There's a range of chalets to choose between, too. Or treat yourself to one of three vintage caravans – Annie, Elsie and Bertie are ready to welcome you.
The facilities at this site are impressive and extensive. There are smart and modern toilet and shower blocks, plus a shop, a laundrette, waste water disposal drains and water points, an Elsan chemical waste disposal point and a covered dishwashing area. There's also a play area that the children are sure to enjoy, as well as an indoor soft play area.
One selling point of this campsite is that it has a sandy beach where you can enjoy a drink and a bite to eat at the cafe. There are also both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, the former with a pool for toddlers, a bubble pool and a flume. You can also enjoy the sunbed and the sauna, or take a round of golf, as there's a mini golf course here, too.
You can get food and drink all day in The Nab Bar and Restaurant, plus there's family entertainment to enjoy at The Culver Club, or watch sport on a big screen in the sports lounge. There's also free Wi-Fi in The Nab Bar.
Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park is on the far east coast of the Isle of Wight, about a five-minute drive or a half hour walk outside the village of Bembridge, making it a great place to stay if you want to explore this island. Ryde, a seaside town and the most densely populated place on the Isle of Wight, is just a 20-minute drive from this park, while Sandown is just a 10-minute drive from this campsite.
You can see the sights of the island from Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park. The Isle of Wight Zoo is a fantastic day out and is only a 10-minute drive from this campsite. There's also the Seaview Wildlife Encounter where you can meet penguins, meerkats and more – a great family day out and just 20 minutes from this campsite. In addition, the Owl and Monkey Haven in Newport is a 20- or 30-minute drive from this holiday park.
The compact dimensions of the Isle of Wight mean that the famous Needles on the other side of the island from this park are less than an hour's drive away – these are surely one of the must-see natural landmarks of the island. You might also want to take in the Tennyson Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Hamstead Heritage Coast and Shanklin Chine, the oldest tourist destination on the Isle of Wight. Plus, just outside East Cowes, is the famous royal retreat, Osborne House – again, this is within a half hour drive of this campsite.
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.