Win a holiday to the Isle of Wight
Places of interest
Ventnor Botanic Gardens
With more than 23 acres of rare and unique subtropical plants and trees and flora of all sizes, shapes and colours, there is plenty for the whole family to explore.
Based in East Cowes and built as a summer home for Queen Victoria, this 19th century former Royal residence is now open for the public to enjoy.
This motte-and-bailey castle dating back to the 12th century is one of the island’s top attractions. Once the royal prison to King Charles I, and now home to the mesmerising Princess Beatrice Garden.
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Courtesy of Wightlink Ferries, we’re offering a return ferry trip to the Isle of Wight and a two-week stay for up to four people in a motorhome, caravan, tent or trailer tent.
Pitching up at our 270-pitch Adgestone Club Site near Sandown on the east coast, you’re in the perfect position to explore all the island has to offer, including The Needles Rocks, the chalk grasslands of Tennyson Down, and the waterfalls at Shanklin Chine.
The Isle of Wight is also home to some of Europe’s most outstanding beaches with incredible views across the Solent. Gurnard beach is a particular favourite, as is St Helens beach, which is great for swimming, birdwatching and walking. Families can enjoy Blackgang Chine theme park, the Island Planetarium, and Godshill Model Village.
Even Adgestone Club Site is an escape all on its own. It’s the only Club Site on the network with a swimming pool and also features a children’s play area and assault course.
Our lucky winner will be able to take this two-week dream holiday any time before the site closes on 30 September, excluding travel on Bank Holiday weekends and all Saturdays within July and August.
To be in with a chance of winning a return ferry crossing and two-week stay at Adgestone Club Site, simply answer the question below and tell us in no more than 50 words how you would spend your two weeks in the Isle of Wight and complete the competition entry form.
Where can you find waterfalls on the Isle of Wight?
The competition closes 10 May.
Don’t worry if you don’t win this time, you can still take advantage of our member exclusive ferry deals and discounts. Visit the Club website or call 024 7642 2024 for more information and bookings.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
The Wightlink ferry trip is valid until 30 September 2019 and excludes travel on Bank Holiday weekends and Saturdays in July and August. Ferry trips and Adgestone Club Site booking are subject to availability and are non-transferrable. Insurance is not included. Camping at Adgestone Club Site is for 14 nights for one unit and four people.
The Print Editor’s decision is final and we cannot offer a cash alternative to the prize. Only one entry is permitted per membership number. Employees of the Camping and Caravanning Club, Wightlink, the campsite mentioned, and their agents, cannot enter the competition. For full terms and conditions see below.