Sunnycott Caravan Park in Cowes, Isle of Wight
Sunnycott is a small independent caravan park on the Isle of Wight set in secluded rolling countryside 2.5 miles west of the sailing town of Cowes in the hamlet of Gurnard. The Park has 20 static caravans each with a brilliant view across open fields and is set a short distance from the Solent shoreline.
Isle of Wight Self Catering Caravans and Bed & Breakfast
As well as self catering caravans we also offer bed and breakfast with continental style breakfast. For dog owners there are many walks you can take directly from Sunnycott through woodland areas that lead directly onto the beach. A five minute drive or 30 minute walk will take you to Gurnard seafront a busy myriad of dingies, sailing boats, jet skies and wake boards. This is a place for swimmers and snoozers alike.
From Gurnard you can walk the full length of the flat esplanade into Cowes the home of yacht sailing that hosts the infamous Cowes Week, the Round the Island Race and the many sailing regattas throughout the year that attract visitors from around the globe.
The Beautiful Isle of Wight
A few miles drive from Sunnycott along the north west side of the Island you will find Newtown and Yar Estuaries a place of outstanding natural beauty that attracts many visitors to see the wading and migratory birds. Kayakers frequent the area to soak up the spectacular scenery and to relax on the river at high tide.
Carry on your journey towards Freshwater and Yarmouth to find The Needles where you can take the chair lift down to the beach, collect your coloured sand and venture to the very edge of the Island.
Sandown, Ventnor and Ryde
For more touristy areas Sandown, Ventnor and Ryde offer sandy beaches and amusements. The Island is host to many tourist attractions, theme parks, museums and some of the most historic houses in the country. Carisbrooke Castle and Yarmouth Castle are popular visiting sites. At Carisbrooke Castle you can see the donkey walk the water wheel. Osbourne House was Queen Victoria’s famous summer house and is open to visitors throughout the year.
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