Standard grass pitch in our overspill field (no EHU)
- Sleeps 8 (max 8 adults, 7 children)
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.
◦ Coin operated bath
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About Grange Farm Brighstone Bay
Tents, campervans, caravans, dogs (in caravans) – yes. Groups – sometimes, by arrangement.
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.
Grange Farm Brighstone Bay is located at Brighstone Bay, Isle of Wight PO30 4DA
From Yarmouth/Newport, take bus 7 to Brighstone. Get off at the Three Bishops and walk to the site.