The Isle of Wight is renown for festivals so why not romance? St Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and if you have a romantic soul and someone special to celebrate with, why not spend a weekend away on the Isle of Wight. A short sea crossing brings you together on an exciting adventure away from busy everyday life.
Somewhere to stay is not a problem, the Farm and Holiday group have a selection of secluded and cosy self catering properties from farm barns to Manor houses. Not forgetting their Bed and Breakfast members, who offer a private and personal service. A relaxed breakfast for two, starting the day off with a wonderful Full English plateful!
Fancy a romantic walk along the wild seafront at Compton, then a quiet meal for two at a local pub, before sheltering from the February storm at your accommodation? Then the Isle of Wight is definitely the place for you!
Is your idea of romance, treating your loved one to a special surprise meal? Then look no further than Thompsons‘ in Newport, Fogg’s in Ventnor, The Red Lion in Freshwater or Chocolate Island in Godshill (sorry, that last one is my favourite!!)
Maybe a romantic trip down memory lane to visit the sights and sounds of your ancestors, would be more of an attraction. English houses and architecture capture the imagination of design enthusiasts. Whilst romantic words are useful, a visit to the house of a poet, or author, could be real immersion for those literary fans out there!
Plenty to keep you busy, or not, on this most wonderful Isle. Definitely something for everyone, so what are you waiting for? Get online and book!