Wednesday, 9 September 2009

WightStay - the original holiday guide to the Isle of Wight since 1996

WightStay - the original holiday guide to the Isle of Wight since 1996 - is in the process of undergoing a facelift - and we can barely contain our excitement! So we're here to keep you up-to-date with a few of the changes to site...

WightStay is different - we won't just bombard you with pictures of where you can sleep on the Isle of Wight - we want to help you enjoy your stay on our Island - make the most of your holiday on the Isle of Wight and see why we love it!

The Isle of Wight is the perfect place to visit - if you like cycling, walking, sailing, flying, paragliding, steam trains and steam boats or just sitting on a beach - then the Island is for you.

Perhaps you're coming for the Isle of Wight Festival, the Bestival, Cowes Week, the Garlic Festival, the Walking Festival or the Cycling Festival, any of our wonderful carnivals including the UK's oldest carnival in Ryde...

Or you want to enjoy the perfect family fun holiday with trips to our theme parks at Blackgang Chine or Robin Hill, attractions such as the Dinosaur Museum, Dinosaur Farm, the Needles Pleasure Park, and then take the kids out to one of the many family friendly places to eat on the Island...

Maybe you want to get away from it all with long walks on the Island (much of the Isle of Wight is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest), or enjoy an intimate meal in one our many restaurants, pubs or hotels... ***breaking news - The Hambrough in Ventnor has just been voted as one of the top 50 places to eat in the UK according to the Good Food Guide 2010 - congratulations from all at WightStay to Chef Patron Robert Thompson!***

The Isle of Wight has so much to offer the visitor - and WightStay is the best place to start looking - keep visiting here to see how WightStay is developing, working to bring you much more useful information to help you make the most of the Isle of Wight!

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