Large grass pitch (no EHU)

UK England South East England Isle Of Wight Brighstone Grange Farm Brighstone Bay

  • Sleeps 8 (max 8 adults, 7 children)
Suitable for tents (over 6m²), campervans or caravans, with breathtaking sea-views

The Owner Says

The camping and caravan site lies in an area which has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, as is much of Brighstone Downs. Tents, motor caravans and touring vans are accepted on our Campsite. The camping site is level with some bookable hardstanding pitches, and we overlook the sea.

Cars can be parked beside the tents or caravans. Access to the sea is just a short walk (100 yards) down the coastal path.

Our shower block comprises:
FREE showers
Shaver points
Wash basins
Toilets (heating in main blocks)

Coin operated bath

Our launderette comprises:

Coin operated washing machines, tumble driers, spin drier and ironing facilities.
Dishwashing sinks
Laundry sinks
The block is complete with free hot water for the use of guests.
We welcome tents, motor caravans and touring vans and we are able to offer (subject to availability) some pitches with electric hook-up. Most of the pitches are on grass, we also offer hardstanding & some fully serviced pitches, all on our level and well-drained site, where cars are parked alongside their owner’s tents and caravans. We do accept well-behaved dogs on-site, they must be kept on a lead at all times. Dogs are permitted on the beach here but not necessarily on all other beaches on the island.

About Grange Farm Brighstone Bay

Suitable For

Tents, campervans, caravans, dogs (in caravans) – yes. Groups – sometimes, by arrangement.

Nearby

Head out surfing/paragliding/kite-surfing, or take it easy exploring nearby Newport, whose Roman remains can be supplemented by the Roman villa at Brading (01983 406223), which has a visitor centre and museum. Cowes is also one of the isle's liveliest towns. Treat yourself to a visual extravaganza of water, beach, urban, air and land sports at the annual White Air Extreme Sports Festival.

Food & Drink

The Blacksmiths Arms (01983 529263), a little way inland near Newport, serves food and has a pleasant beer garden. English wine’s come a long way. Check out the local vino at Adgestone Vineyard (01983 402503) in Sandown, one of the oldest vineyards in the UK, half a mile from the Roman villa at Brading. The Three Bishops (01983 740226) is a decent family-friendly pub, serving traditional fayre plus it has a pool table and fireplace.

Site Reviews

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Rated ★★★★☆ over 9 reviews

★★☆☆☆

Grotty and in need of some TLC

Stayed here for a few days. Very windy! Feels grotty and in need of an update. No extra care seemed to be taken regards to COVID cleaning care. Bins in the toilets hadn’t been emptied, not everyone social distancing and sinks not blocked off plus toilets clearly not cleaned properly either.
Jul 28, 2020 by Rsk
★★★★☆

Great location just needs some TLC

The campsite is in a perfect location for exploring the island or just enjoying the beach. We visited most attractions with 30 minutes being our longest journey. The campsite facilities are a bit run down and in need of refurbishment. The facilities were cleaned regularly but there was a lack of detail especially the shower floors! Having said this there was plenty of hot water. We camped near the entrance road and had no problem sleeping. The campsite is lively but if you want peace and quiet you could find somewhere.
Jul 27, 2020 by Keely Eaton Verified Review
★★★★★

Had a blast!

The best about Grange Farm is hands down the view off the cliff and the sound of the rolling waves which you can listen to as a lullaby. The pebble beach makes for great walks and playing by the stream that is joining the sea right there. Our boys also loved the playground and football field. I was happy about the very nice facilities, toilets, showers and washing up area all was nice and clean and had hot water. Now we were unlucky with the temperatures over the long bank holiday weekend but nevertheless loved Grange Farm with all its animals. Make sure you pre-order chocolate croissants the night before to enjoy them warm and try the pizza from the food truck that comes on Friday. (The fish and chips truck was rather disappointing.) Needless to say: we will be back in the summer! :)
May 17, 2019 by Esther Verified Review
★★★★★

Delightful stay

Great location, excellent facilities, friendly and welcoming team. We enjoyed a long weekend in April in one of the gas centrally heated static caravans overlooking the beach. Hope to return again and will recommend to others.
Apr 15, 2019 by Andy Verified Review
★★★☆☆

Quick review

Lovely location and great views out to sea. We pitched our tipi right on the cliff, 20 feet away from the edge! By chance we were there on the round the island race weekend, a flotilla of 1600 yachts went by our window! Unfortunately a strong south westerly wind blew for the whole 4 days (force 5-7) and this rather spoilt things because we couldn't put up the awning / gazeebo. The whole tent was in motion the whole time! The site is exposed directly to westerly winds coming up the channel. A friendly welcome, but the facilities need updating in my view.

Jul 7, 2016 by SL Farnham
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Location

Grange Farm Brighstone Bay is located at Brighstone Bay, Isle of Wight PO30 4DA

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Getting There

From Fishbourne/Cowes follow signs to Newport then Carisbrooke. At Carisbrooke take the A3323 to Shorwell and Brighstone. Just before Brighstone, turn left by the church and follow New Road all the way to the end. Grange Farm is opposite. From Yarmouth, follow signs to Freshwater Bay, then follow the A3055 for 5 miles, looking out for Grange Farm on the right.

From Yarmouth/Newport, take bus 7 to Brighstone. Get off at the Three Bishops and walk to the site.