Warner’s Bembridge Coast

Early Season Saver

Monday 7th - Friday 11th January 2019

£239pp

5 days

Deposit: £75pp
Travel Insurance: £23.75pp
Single supplement: £26

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Overview

After the hustle and bustle of Christmas and the New Year why not join Roadmark’s first holiday of 2019 for a leisurely and relaxing break on the Isle of Wight?

Your Holiday Hotel

Once owned by George V’s Lord in Waiting, Bembridge Coast overlooks the Solent, with direct access onto the beach and coastal path. The late Queen Mother also used to visit to watch yachts racing during Cowes Week. There is a lift to the bedrooms (and some ground floor rooms), all of which are tastefully decorated, some with a balcony, offering comfortable chairs and reading lights, tea and coffee making facilities, and a modern bathroom with either bath or shower. At dinner and breakfast, you will have a reserved table in the Four Seasons Restaurant, where there is a great choice of food. As with all Warner hotels there is a programme of daytime leisure activities, a heated indoor pool and live nightly entertainment. One evening will feature Variety LIVE, with the best music and dancing from the 60s,70s and 80s.

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Location: Isle of Wight

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Itinerary

(DAY 1) Monday 7th January

One of our taxis will collect you from home and bring you to the coach. We head to Portsmouth for the Wightlink ferry, with time to have refreshments during the 45-minute crossing. Following a lunch break in Ryde we will follow a coastal route to Bembridge.

(DAY 2) Tuesday 8th January

A day at leisure to enjoy the facilities and daytime activities at the hotel.

(DAY 3) Wednesday 9th January

Our ‘Around the Island’ excursion will show you some of the Isle of Wight’s prettiest villages and spectacular coastal scenery.

(DAY 4) Thursday 10th January

Another day at leisure in the hotel.

(DAY 5) Friday 11th January

Before taking the ferry back to the Mainland we will spend some time in the Island’s principal town of Newport. There are elegant squares with Victorian and Georgian architecture, and a wide range of shops both large and small. There is normally a Farmers’ Market on Fridays, providing the opportunity to purchase local produce to take home. We will take an early afternoon crossing so as to meet the taxis at a reasonable time.