Set on the Isle of Wight, you're just a ferry ride away from beautiful coastline and hidden coves. You can explore all of this from Landguard Holiday Park, and to make your journey as easy as possible, and that's why we've put together a list of directions for you!
If you’re staying with us at Landguard Holiday Park we can arrange your Isle of Wight Ferry for you. Selected 2020 holidays may even be eligible for a free ferry crossing!
See our Ferry Crossing page for more information on prices and how to book.
1. If travelling from Portsmouth to Fishbourne with the Wightlink ferry, turn right out of the terminal onto Fishbourne lane B3731, then turn left onto Elenors Grove A3054
2. At the mini roundabout turn right onto Newnham Road, then turn left signposted Newchurch/Mersley Down and take an immediate right for Rowlands Lane
3. At the end of Rowlands Lane turn left onto the Downs Road taking the next available right turn to Knighton Shute/Lane
4. At the end of Winford Road turn left onto the A3056, take the third exit at the roundabout, continue along this road and Landguard Holiday Park is on your right.
Other Transport Options
There is a bus stop just outside of the park on Sandy Lane, with the 22 and 24 bus service heading towards Newchurch, Shanklin and Yarmouth.
Serving the Island Line, Lake station is just 1.8 miles from park (7 minutes by car). Main lines from this station include Ryde Pier Head and Shanklin.
Whilst there are no direct commercial flights available, the Isle of Wight is still easily accessible by several of the UK's main airports.
If travelling to the Isle by air, the closest airports include the major London airports of Gatwick and Heathrow, or for a shorter connection time, travel via the regional airports of Southampton and Bournemouth.