Isle of Wight, Osborne House, Fish & Chips and Godshill (14-Apr-19)

Osborne House from the garden at the rear
Shanklin (road down to beach)
Dining room inside Osborne House
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Osborne House from the garden at the rear
Shanklin (road down to beach)
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Isle of Wight, Osborne House, Fish & Chips and Godshill (14-Apr-19)

from 62.00

The price for your day out includes:

  • Return coach travel to Southampton ferry terminal and on the Isle of Wight;

  • Return ferry service with Red Funnel;

  • Entrance to Osborne House and Gardens;

  • Fish & Chip lunch at The Waterfront Inn, Shanklin; and

  • Visit to Godshill Village.

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Osborne House

Visit Victoria and Albert's private apartments, their bathing beach and children's play-cottage for an intimate glimpse of royal family life. Stroll through garden terraces where the stunning views across the Solent reminded Prince Albert of the Bay of Naples.

Osborne House reflects Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's passions, tastes and style. Ornate furnishings and artefacts from The Royal Collection fill rooms and corridors where Victoria entertained heads of state, inventors, princess and princesses and ruled the vast British Empire.

Godshill

Godshill is the quintessential English Village, and boasts some of the oldest architecture on the Isle of Wight. With its delightful medieval church, charming thatched-roofed cottages and a winding main-street lined with traditional tearooms, Godshill is as picturesque as it is popular. It is also known for being the site of the first ever Isle of Wight Festival, which took place at Ford Farm in 1968. - https://www.visitisleofwight.co.uk/explore/villages/godshill

Things To Do in Godshill

Whatever your interests there are plenty of things to do in Godshill during a visit. Along with its collection of traditional tearooms the village contains an interesting range of shops offering local crafts and produce, such as ciders, pickles, mustards and biscuits. Godshill also has a very popular and highly detailed model village. - https://www.visitisleofwight.co.uk/explore/villages/godshill

Coach joining points and pick-up times (GREEN route)

  • 06:35 Yateley - Dog & Partridge

  • 06:50 Hartley Wintney - Bus Stop Swan Court

  • 07:00 Hook - Old White Hart Pub Bus Stop

  • 07:10 Hatch/Old Basing - Belle Vue Road Bus Stop junction Cromwell Close

  • 07:20 Chineham - Shopping Centre East Car Park Bus Stop

  • 07:30 Basingstoke - Coach Bay opposite The Anvil on Churchill Way

  • 07:35 Basingstoke - Leisure Centre (Bus Stop for Planet Ice on Euskirchen Way)

  • 07:40 Basingstoke - Business Centre Bus Stop on Winchester Road (outside B&Q)

  • 07:45 Brighton Hill - opposite Beechdown Health Club in Winchester Road.

Itinerary

  • 09:00 Depart Southampton ferry terminal on the Red Funnel service to East Cowes;

  • 10:00 Arrive East Cowes;

  • 10:15 Arrive Osborne House;

  • 13:00 Depart Osborne House to Shanklin;

  • 13:30 Arrive Shanklin for Fish & Chip Lunch and free time to explore this seaside town;

  • 14:45 Depart Shanklin to Godshill Village;

  • 15:15 Arrive Godshill Village;

  • 16:30 Depart Godshill Village to East Cowes for 17:00 check-in;

  • 17:30 Depart East Cowes ferry terminal on the Red Funnel service to Southampton;

  • 18:30 Arrive Southampton ready for the coach journey home;

  • Return to your original joining point 19:30-20:30.