Nodes Point Holiday Park is set on the east coast of the Isle of Wight, less than a mile from Priory Bay Beach. See below travel instructions to the park, as well as information on nearby transport links.
If you’re staying with us at Nodes Point 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 and continue onto Pellhurst Road
2. At the traffic lights turn left onto Argyll Street leading to Green Street/St Johns road B3330
3. As you approach St Johns Church, at the T junction, turn right for Appley road; continue to follow the B3330 passing Eurovines, Londis and St Helens Church
4. Nodes Point is at the top of this road on your left hand side.
Other Transport Options
As you leave the park, turn left and you will find Nodes Point bus stop a short walk away, with return journeys to Newport and Yarmouth via service number 8.
The nearest train station is 3.6 miles from Nodes Point. Brading station servicing the Island Line, can be reached in 10 minutes by car. Main lines from this station include Shanklin and Ryde Pier Head.
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.