Thorness Bay Holiday Park

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Escape the hustle of everyday life and retreat to the well-loved Thorness Bay Holiday Park, a haven nestled on the magnificent Isle of Wight.

Nestled on the picturesque Isle of Wight, Thorness Bay Holiday Park offers a relaxing and enjoyable vacation experience for families and individuals alike. With its stunning views of the Solent and access to the beach, this holiday park is a perfect destination for those looking to unwind and disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Offering a wide range of activities, from the multi-sports court to swimming pools and live entertainment, visitors to Thorness Bay are spoiled for choice.

Just a 10 minutre drive from Thorness Bay is the quaint sailing town of Cowes. Known for its prestigious sailing events, including the internationally renowned Cowes Week, this picturesque town has become a popular destination for sailors and landlubbers alike. With its charming streets lined with independent boutiques, cafes, and restaurants, Cowes offers visitors a delightful taste of British seaside life. Take a stroll along the promenade or enjoy a refreshing drink in one of the many lively pubs, as you soak in the stunning views of the Solent and watch the yachts and boats meandering in and out of the harbor. Cowes is a true gem of the Isle of Wight – a town filled with history and tradition and a mecca for sailing enthusiasts from around the world.

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Please note – all photos are for representative purposes only and are not necessarily actual photos of the park or area.

Please note Thorness Bay Holiday Park facilities operate seasonally and at the park’s discretion. Your booking is for accommodation only and 2cHolidays cannot be held liable for the provision or any disruption to these facilities. If using third party services are integral to your holiday plans, please check with the provider directly. Park entertainment passes to use the onsite facilities are NOT included in the cost of your holiday and 2cHolidays are not responsible for their availability.

  • Bar and Restaurant
  • Takeaway
  • Costa Coffee
  • Entertainment Venue
  • Adventure Playground
  • Kids’ Clubs
  • Krew Showtime
  • Amusement Arcade
  • Multi-Sports Court
  • Indoor Pool
  • Waterslide
  • Launderette
  • Convenience Store

The Isle of Wight is home to some of the UK’s most fascinating heritage sites and museums, and visitors are spoiled for choice when it comes to exploring the rich history and culture of the region. The Wight Military and Heritage Museum is a must-visit for all history buffs and military enthusiasts, housing an impressive collection of wartime memorabilia and artifacts. For animal lovers, Monkey Haven – Primate Rescue Centre is a rewarding destination where visitors can watch monkeys swing and play in their natural habitat. And for a truly unforgettable experience, Carisbrooke Castle offers a glimpse into the Isle of Wight’s medieval past. With its breathtaking views and fascinating exhibits, the castle is a testament to the island’s storied past and a true marvel to behold.

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Wight Military and Heritage Museum

Northwood Camp, 490 Newport Rd, Cowes PO31 8QU | View website

The Wight Military and Heritage Museum is a must-visit destination for history buffs and military enthusiasts alike. This museum boasts an extensive collection of artefacts, weapons, and memorabilia, all of which tell the story of the island’s military history. From British soldiers who fought in both World Wars to the local men who served in the Royal Navy and RAF, this museum offers a unique glimpse into the heroism and sacrifice of those who served our country.

Monkey Haven

Monkey Haven – Primate Rescue Centre

Five Acres Farm, Staplers Rd, Newport PO30 2NB | View website

Monkey Haven is a primate rescue centre that is quickly becoming a must-see attraction for animal lovers everywhere. With a wide variety of primates to see, from the mischievous macaques to the endearing gibbons, visitors never tire of watching these intelligent creatures in action. What sets this rescue centre apart from others is its mission to not only rescue and rehabilitate primates, but also educate the public on the importance of conservation efforts.

Carisbrooke Castle

Carisbrooke Castle

Castle Hill, Newport PO30 1XY | View website

Carisbrooke Castle, a stunning historical fortress on the Isle of Wight, offers a glimpse into the rich history of England. This impressive landmark has stood the test of time, dating back to the Norman Conquest of England in 1066. Once a royal prison, the castle is now open to visitors and is a hub of activity, hosting events and exhibitions throughout the year. With breathtaking views of the island, you can explore the castle’s towers, gatehouses, and battlements, and get a taste of what life was like in a medieval castle.

The Ultimate Family Getaway

If you’re in search of a quintessential family getaway where the sea breeze mingles with laughter and the chatter of adventure, Thorness Bay Holiday Park is a destination crafted for your every wish. Situated on the idyllic Isle of Wight, off the southern coast of England, this holiday haven is a treasure trove of experiences that cater to both the young and young at heart. The local seaport town of Cowes presents a plethora of seasonal delights and year-round attractions that will make each visit distinct and memorable.

An Island Gem on England’s Coastline

Nestled amidst sweeping coastal scenery, Thorness Bay Holiday Park is not only a gateway to the sea but also a pulse point of activity and relaxation. The park boasts a prime location, offering stunning vistas of the Solent strait and the English Channel. For those venturing out, the nearby towns of Cowes and Yarmouth are veritable charm offensive with their cobbled streets, boutique shopping, and maritime heritage.

Park Amenities and Comforts

The park itself is a self-contained utopia, where comfort meets convenience. Caravan homes and lodges are your home away from home. The holiday park also features an array of facilities, from swimming pools, multi-sports courts, and children’s clubs, keeping the whole family entertained throughout your stay.

Family Fun at Thorness Bay

Little ones are in for a treat, with tailored kids’ clubs where they can get crafty or energetic in a safe environment under the care of accredited staff. Meanwhile, parents can unwind or join in the fun. Evening entertainment offers a medley of musicals, games, and live shows that will leave both adults and children alike enthralled.

The park’s adventure playgrounds are designed to fuel the imagination and physical activity. From zip wires to climbing frames, each site beckons the intrepid explorer, promising to ignite the spirit of adventure.

Whether the weather calls for indoor entertainment or outdoor revelry, Thorness Bay delivers with no shortage of options. Competitive spirits can test their mettle in a game of football, or perhaps cricket, while quieter times might call for a leisurely stroll along the beach.

Coastal Walks and Nature Trails

Nature lovers will find their sanctuary at Thorness Bay, with the mesmerising beauty of the island serving as a backdrop for their outdoor escapades.

Lace up your walking shoes and set out on the acclaimed Isle of Wight Coastal Path which offers panoramic views of the island. For those seeking a more rustic allure, the park has its very own nature trail that winds through woodlands and opens onto views of the surrounding waterways.

Dining Experiences at Thorness Bay Holiday Park

Thorness Bay Holiday Park is not only celebrated for its stunning landscapes and array of activities, but also for its diverse dining options that cater to every palate. The park boasts its very own traditional Fish and Chip Takeaway, meaning after a fun filled day, you can relax back at your caravan and eat in your home away from home. If your searching for a lovely family meal or cosy dinner for two, the onsite Boathouse Bar & Restaurant is the place to go.

Exploring Local Treasures

The Isle of Wight is replete with history and culture awaiting the intrepid tourist, with Thorness Bay serving as a hub for exploration.

The nearby Osborne House, beloved retreat of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, is a living testament to the island’s regal past. Additionally, the Roman Villa and Carisbrooke Castle present historical delights for those interested in the island’s storied past.

No holiday is complete without a taste of the local cuisine. The Isle of Wight is brimming with fresh seafood, charming tea rooms, and farm-to-fork dining experiences that are testament to the island’s agricultural heritage.

Plan Your Thorness Bay Adventure

This destination promises a unique blend of relaxation and adventure, nestled in a picturesque setting that captivates the heart of every visitor. The park’s extensive range of facilities ensures that whether you seek the thrill of water sports, the tranquillity of nature walks, or the enjoyment of excellent dining opportunities, your desires will be met. Furthermore, its strategic location serves as a gateway to exploring the Isle of Wight’s rich history and cultural heritage, making it a comprehensive choice for an unforgettable holiday experience. From the moment you step into Thorness Bay, you’re not just checking into a holiday park; you’re stepping into a world where every day is an opportunity to create lasting memories with your loved ones.

If you are interested in booking one of our accommodations at Thorness Bay Holiday Park then click on “book caravans & lodges at this park” or call our bookings team on 01362 470888, Monday – Saturday, 9am – 5pm.

Thorness, Nr Cowes, Isle of Wight, PO31 8NJ | VIEW PARK MAP