A cosy cottage in the heart of the town, just a short walk to the beach, shops, bars and restaurants.
This popular resort town offers a varied selection of holiday facilities for all interests and ages. Children are especially well catered for with mini fun-fair, amusements, bowling alley, Canoe Lake and much more, all spanning Ryde seafront. The wide, sandy beach stretches approximately one mile to the popular Appley beach from where you can walk along the revetment to sailing village of Seaview. The bowling alley and the town centre is packed with all types of bars, pubs, restaurants and cafes.
Ryde is the second major town on the Island and an important arrival and embarkation point for foot passengers. Ryde Pier (the fourth longest pier in Britain, at 703m/2305ft) is a prominent landmark with its passenger ferry terminal, railway and bus station. The Hovercraft that speeds foot passengers between Southsea and Ryde has its terminal located adjacent to the station. All are within a few minutes' walk of the cottage, so ideal for those visiting without a car. On the outskirts of town next to the large Tesco supermarket is Wight Karting offering exciting go-karting for adults and children.