Location

Where is Grange Farm?

Grange Farm Campsite and Cottages is on a beautiful coastal site on the Isle of Wight. The surrounding area is aSite of Special Scientific Interest. There is little commercialization so, you can enjoy unpolluted sea air and great countryside views.

Look far out to sea to the south, or back to the undulating chalk downs. Explore the area via the many footpaths or just stay and let the Children to run around and play. Easy access to the beach means you can relax, sit back and enjoy a dip in the ocean or a picnic on the sand. We also have a small working farm with animals including alpacas, pigs, goats and chickens. The lack of light pollution also makes the campsite perfect for star gazing when the sun goes down.

The countryside surrounding the campsite is ideal for those who love the outdoors. Quiet roads and tracks are ideal for cyclists. There are plenty of coastal or inland paths for walkers so you never get bored. Water-lovers can kyak, kite surf or simply swim in the sea. The more adventurous could try their hand at paragliding. There really is something for everyone and we think you will enjoy it as much as we do!

The Isle of Wight has been recognised as a UNESCO biosphere reserve making it truly special.

If you want to enjoy a slower pace you can learn about the Island’s history at properties like Osbourne House or Carisbrooke Castle.

The seaside towns of Yarmouth and Cowes provide the perfect opportunity for a gentle meander and a cup of tea.

To see photos of the Grange Farm and the local area please take a look at our gallery.

How to get to Grange Farm

By Car

It is really easy to get to the Island with two ferry companies and hovertravel servicing 6 different routes.

Wightlink run car ferry services from Portsmouth and Lymington, plus a passenger only service from Portsmouth to Ryde Pier.

Red Funnel run a car ferry from Southampton to East Cowes and a passenger only service from Southampton to West Cowes.

Grange Farm is easily accessible from any of the Island ports. Type our post code into your Sat Nav, use Google Maps or ask us for directions.

By Bike or Foot

But if you are planning a trip without a car there are other options.

Red Funnel and Wightlink take foot passengers on their car ferries and have dedicated passenger only catamarans.

The hovercraft service runs from Southsea to Ryde for foot passengers only.

For foot passengers, most of the Island is served by Southern Vectis bus routes. You can find timetables and routes by clicking here or download a pdf map of their routes here. Southern Vectis sell Rover tickets and take Contactless cards.

Bikes are welcome on the car ferries and some of the passenger only catamarans, but please check with the ferry operators before you turn up.

For cyclists, once on the Island you will find good roads and plenty of quieter cycle tracks.

You can also hire bikes from Wight Cycle Hire who will deliver. Or, you can go on one of their guided tours. Find out more about their offers by visiting their website.

Brighstone Village

A short walk away, along footpaths through the fields is the village of Brighstone. Here you will find a fully stocked village store, post-office, pub, newsagent, gift shop, library, hairdresser, Church and playground. You can find out more about the village by visiting their website here.

The Island

There are so many things to do on the Isle of Wight. Take time to visit our historic buildings like Osbourne House, where Queen Victorias lived. Take your kids on adventures at Robin Hill or Tapnell Farm Park. Or, relax and enjoy the scenery from country walks.

It would be impossible to list everything here, but we will happily give you advice during your stay. If you want to find out more now, the best place to look is the official tourism site Visit Wight .