31 Victorian Festivities on the Isle of Wight

Monday 8 - Friday 12 November 2021
5 Days
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£419
No Single Supplement

8 - 12 Nov 21

Whilst exploring this pocket sized island with is stunning coastline, we stay at the lovely Bourne Hall Country House Hotel near Shanklin ‘old village’.

 

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Your Holiday Includes

  • 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
  • Tea & Mince Pies on arrival
  • Tea & Cakes - 1 afternoon
  • Drinks reception & Candle Lit Dinner - first night
  • Victorian Christmas Quiz with prizes - 1 night
  • Mulled Wine reception with Carols & Gala Christmas buffet - second night
  • Beer & Wine Tasting reception & Festive Dinner, plus Music & Dancing - third night
  • Dinner & Table Magician - final night
  • Osborne House
  • Ferry Crossing & All coach travel & excursions

Hotel Information

The 3 star Bourne Hall Hotel is located on an elevated position at the foot of Luccombe Downs with lovely coastal and countryside views. Most rooms are in the contemporary wings of the hotel with either sea, garden or country views. All rooms are en suite with television, hairdryer and tea/coffee facilities. The hotel does not have a lift but a few ground floor rooms may be available. Wi-Fi is available.

Exploring this pocket sized island with is stunning coastline, gorgeous countryside and award-winning attractions is a great choice anytime of the year.

We stay at the lovely Bourne Hall Country House Hotel situated a few minutes walk south of Shanklin ‘old village’. The house was originally built in the late 1860’s for one of Queen Victoria’s ladies in waiting and still retains a sense of history while providing a comfortable, warm and welcoming atmosphere.

 

OSBOURNE HOUSE was Queen Victoria’s palatial holiday home where she loved to spend time with her family. Here you’ll discover stunning private apartments, their bathing beach, Children’s play-cottage and wonderful garden terraces overlooking the Solent.

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