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West Bay Country Club & Spa

Isle of Wight

About the Resort

If you’re looking for a break where you can really relax and come back feeling totally refreshed, there’s no better place to do it than the beautiful Isle of Wight, and the West Bay Country Club & Spa in Yarmouth offers everything you need to truly unwind. Perfectly suited for an active and exciting holiday, or alternatively one spent sitting back and relaxing, this superb resort offers a wide range of top-tier facilities and activities to ensure there’s something for everyone.

The attractive New England-style cottages at West Bay offer welcoming accommodation with all the conveniences and comfort you’d expect, and range from 3-bedroom properties with room for up to 5 or 6 guests all the way up to 5-bed holiday homes where a group of up to 9 can stay. With fantastic accommodation and all the on-site amenities you could hope for, it’s an ideal home from home on the Isle of Wight.

Indoor Pool

Enjoy a refreshing dip in the 20-metre, low chlorine, heated indoor swimming pool, where you can also join on family fun sessions with games and activities, take swimming lessons, and even give scuba diving a try.

Gym

Keep active on holiday with a visit to the resort’s high-end gym, with its comprehensive range of modern Technogym equipment, 5 TVs, and air conditioning. Use of the gym requires a £10 induction fee.

Spa

Soothe away the troubles of everyday life with the health and beauty treatments at the on-site spa. Massages, aromatherapy, skincare, manicures, pedicures, and much much more are available from trained professionals.

Activities and Experiences

There’s always lots to do for everyone at West Bay. Take part in the studio classes including yoga, pilates, spinning, and more. A children’s activity programme includes racquet sports, gymnastics, and trampolining.

Wellness Hub

If you want to keep up the healthy lifestyle right down to the food you eat, the Wellness Hub offers a range of nutritious snacks and drinks for you to enjoy throughout the day, carefully curated to ensure quality.

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Things to Try

Tapnell Farm Park

A fantastic family day out suited to all weathers, Tapnell Farm Park was once the island’s largest dairy farm, but is now home to a range of animals including meerkats, wallabies, and goats, as well as hours of exciting indoor and outdoor activities such as the play barn, go-karts, and crazy golf.

Needles Pleasure Cruises

You won’t want to miss a chance to see the stunning Needles rock formations up close, so why not take a trip out on the water with Needles Pleasure Cruises, whether on a calm cruise or a thrilling speedboat ride? Trips are available from the start of April to the end of October, weather permitting.

Isle of Wight Zoo

Come face to face with amazing animals at the Isle of Wight Zoo. With a particular focus on tigers, feline fun is guaranteed, but there’s also plenty of other species to meet here, including lions, monkeys, Madagascan lemurs, and a variety of other mammals, reptiles, amphibians birds, bugs, and fish.

Dinosaur Isle

The Isle of Wight is known as the Dinosaur Capital of the UK due to the number of fossils that have been discovered here. Pay a visit to the Dinosaur Isle Museum to find out more about these incredible prehistoric creatures and the world they lived in, and maybe go on a fossil walk yourself.

Things to Try

For Food and Drink

Enjoy a delicious meal in the unique setting of The Cow, a converted Swiss barn turned restaurant, or head to the train-themed Off the Rails. If you’d prefer to cook for yourself, the superb farmers’ markets in Ryde and Newport give you the chance to pick up a variety of fresh local produce.

For Attractions

With gorgeous beaches everywhere, the Isle of Wight is great for seaside trips. Compton Bay is an unspoilt stretch of sand known for dinosaur fossils, Freshwater Bay is perfect for rockpooling, and Alum Bay has famous coloured sand cliffs and views of the Needles rock formations.

For Activities

With over half of the Isle of Wight an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and hundreds of miles of footpaths and cycle paths, why not explore the landscapes by foot or by bike? And if you love fishing, there’s lots of reservoirs, ponds, and streams, as well as the sea, to cast your line.