Isle of Wight, Ryde, Scampi & Chips in Shanklin and Carisbrooke Castle (18-Jun-19)

Copy of Birdseye view of Ryde from https://www.visitisleofwight.co.uk/explore/towns/ryde
Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of Shanklin (road down to beach)
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Copy of Birdseye view of Ryde from https://www.visitisleofwight.co.uk/explore/towns/ryde
Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of Shanklin (road down to beach)
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Isle of Wight, Ryde, Scampi & Chips in Shanklin and Carisbrooke Castle (18-Jun-19)

from 59.00

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 Carisbrooke Castle;

  • Scampi & Chip lunch at The Beach Hut, Shanklin;

  • Visit to Ryde.

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Ryde Town

Ryde is the largest town on the Isle of Wight with an expanse of sandy beaches which stretch right along the town. Ryde also has a great selection of boutique shops, museums and galleries for you to visit along with lots of other things to see and do along its esplanade.

Shanklin

Shanklin is a traditional seaside town located on the south-east coast of the Isle of Wight offering a mix of the seaside and green spaces. The Shanklin Esplanade is lined with traditional seaside games, amusements and gardens around the town.

Carisbrooke Castle

Carisbrooke Castle is where King Charles I was imprisoned following the English Civil War. Revel in history as you explore this well-preserved castle and grounds. Carisbrooke has survived more than 800 years of service, resisting a French siege and seeing off the Spanish Armada.

Come and watch the donkeys perform their daily demonstrations working the 16th-century tread wheel to raise the water (49 metres or 161 feet) from the bottom of the castle well.

Itinerary

  • 10:00 Depart Southampton ferry terminal on the Red Funnel service to East Cowes;

  • 11:00 Arrive East Cowes;

  • 11:30 Arrive Ryde;

  • 12:30 Depart Ryde to Shanklin;

  • 13:00 Arrive Shanklin for Scampi & Chip Lunch and free time to explore this seaside town;

  • 14:30 Depart Shanklin to Carisbrooke Castle;

  • 15:00 Arrive Carisbrooke Castle;

  • 17:30 Depart Carisbrooke Castle to East Cowes for 18:00 check-in;

  • 18:30 Depart East Cowes ferry terminal on the Red Funnel service to Southampton;

  • 19:30 Arrive Southampton ready for the coach journey home;

  • Return to your original joining point 20:30-21:30.

Coach Joining Points and Pickup Times (BLUE route)

  • 06:50 Slough - Landmark Place Bus Stop S on Windsor Road

  • 07:00 Eton - Pococks Lane Bus Stop on Slough Road

  • 07:05 Eton Wick - Bell Lane Bus Stop on Eton Wick Road

  • 07:20 Windsor - Parish Church Bus Stop J

  • 07:40 Ascot - Car Park 3 Bus Stop on High Street

  • 07:55 Sunninghill - Bus Stop outside St Michaels School on High Street

  • 08:00 Lynwood Village (Sunninghill) - opposite entrance on The Rise

  • 08:05 Sunningdale - outside Barclays Bank on London Road (A30)

  • 08:15 Bagshot - Bagshot House Bus Stop on High Street.