Known as the ‘Garden Isle’ because of its beautiful landscape scenery, the Island is a haven of unspoilt beaches, rugged coastlines and beautiful countryside.
More than half the Island is an area of outstanding natural beauty and almost 30 miles of the seashore is designated as Heritage Coast. Exploring the beauty of the Island is easy with over 500 miles of award-winning public footpaths and 200 miles of cycle paths. Discover ancient woodlands where you can spot red squirrels, wild flowers blanketing meadows bursting with butterflies, and thriving marshlands, estuaries and creeks home to woodpeckers, owls and dragonflies.
As soon as you set sail across the Solent and take a breath of the beautiful fresh sea air, you will feel your shoulders relax as you escape the frantic pace of modern day life.
Whether you want to learn to sail, explore Queen Victoria’s summer home at Osborne House, horse ride along sandy beaches, watch the yachts race during Cowes Week, or enjoy a walk across cliff tops and a fresh ‘catch of the day’ – the Isle of Wight is the ultimate retreat from a busy life.
Located in an ‘area of outstanding natural beauty', near Yarmouth - The West Bay Club is the perfect base from which to explore the hidden secrets of the Isle of Wight.