We’re often telling our guests about the wide array of activities that you can do here on the Island, come rain or come shine. With our prime location, and our knowledge of all the best things to see and do, we’ve been able to pull together a definitive list of things to do whilst staying with us in one of our self-catering holiday cottages on the Isle of Wight.
From glorious coastal walks, lazy sunbathes on the beach or some monkeying around at the Monkey Sanctuary, there really is something to suit everyone – whether on a couples’ getaway, a retirement break or a family holiday.
- A stroll along Brook beach
A seaside stroll is really all you’ll need to experience the Isle of Wight in its truest form, and whilst there are plenty of walks to be had in Brook – it can be good to stroll along the beach and really experience the peace and quiet of this rural location. Whether it’s sunshine or rain, a wander down the stunning beach is a lovely way to spend an afternoon.
- Sample the Shopping.
The Isle of Wight is filled to the brim with boutique, independent shops that are the perfect place to get unique wares, away from the usual high street shops and chain stores. From chic homeware and antiques, clothing and fashion, through to crafty gifts and souvenirs there’s bound to be something in one of the independent shops littered around the Island that will house that hidden gem that you’ve been searching for!
- The Isle of Wight Zoo.
The Isle of Wight zoo is unique to most zoos across the UK, as it specialises in big cats and lemurs. Also home to lions, tigers, penguins and hundreds more exotic animals – the Isle of Wight Zoo is the perfect day out for those looking to take part in a Walking Safari, a Meerkat Meet or even a Wildlife Photography crash-course.
- Get a Birdseye view of the Island with Goodleaf Tree Climbing.
Based in Ryde, Goodleaf is an attraction that allows visitors to climb safely into the canopies to see stunning views of the Solent, Appley Park and the nearby beaches. Perfect for adults and children alike, Goodleaf allows you to challenge yourself and climb to the highest heights, or simply take a hammock and relax watching the sailboats go by…
- Visit the Needles.
Visit the Needles at Alum bay to complete any trip on the Isle of Wight. The Needles Rocks and the Trinity Lighthouse are iconic Isle of Wight landmarks that can be explored by a chairlift or even a boat trip which will take you around The Needles by sea, allowing you to get the entire 360-degree view.
If you’re staying with us this year and would like to know where to head next on your holiday let us know! Here at Brook House, we will be happy to help you make the most of all that the Island has to offer.