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. For those seeking a more up-beat nightlife, The Balcony nightclub is situated over 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. On the outskirts of town next to the large Tesco supermarket is Wight Karting offering exciting go-karting for adults and children.
Entrance Hall, Bedroom with twin beds, dressing table, wardrobe and chest
Bedroom with double bed, bedside table, wardrobe and chester of drawers.
Shower Room comprising cubicle with built in shower, wash basin and wc.
Kitchen with ‘Belfast’ sink, free standing electric cooker, fridge with freezer compartment, table and 4 chairs.
First Floor. Sitting Room with vaulted ceiling, parquet flooring, sofa and 2 easy chairs.
Outside patio area and garden.
Parking for 1 car.
No central heating (portable heaters can be supplied on request)
Fridge with freezer compartment
Pillows & duvets on all beds - linen and towels provided, please bring your own beach towels
Pets allowed at £25 per week (maximum of 1- downstairs only)
Large unfenced pond within the grounds, therefore children and pets must be supervised at all times.
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