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Sunnycott Caravan Park in Isle of Wight

Sunnycott Caravan Park in Cowes on the Isle of Wight is a small, quiet, rural, family owned and run Holiday Park consisting of 20 self-catering caravans. Sailing, horse riding and mountain bike hire are all available locally.

Caravans have gas and electric heating, and are pre heated during the winter months for your arrival. The Isle of Wight is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing break, at any time of year. It is a stunning island boasting un spoilt scenery and a wealth of fascinating attractions. For the energetic, there are plenty of sports facilities, including windsurfing, sailing and paragliding. And for those who prefer to unwind and explore, there's so much to discover.

With up to 350 ferry crossings a day to the Isle of Wight, it’s simple to get to the Isle of Wight, and once you are there, it’s even easier to get around.
Only 2 hours from London, ferry routes connect directly with road, rail and coach links to whisk you off to your Island destination. Enjoy a leisurely crossing by car ferry or catch a high-speed passenger ferry for a swift arrival. If you are not bringing a car with you, once ashore you can take advantage of the Island's comprehensive network of buses, which are especially geared towards visitors.

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Wonderful country side retreat owners are just great Jenny [Owner) goes out of her way to help you that is why we go back every year.Go on give this place a visit you will go back time & time again.
Pam Hinks (23rd Sep 2011)