Thorness Bay Holiday Park is situated perfectly on the north west coast of the Isle of Wight, with The Needles just 15 miles away. We've listed journey information below so you don't have to.
If you’re staying with us at Thorness Bay 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 Southampton to Cowes on the RedJet ferry service, turn left from the Town Quay and follow the high street round passing the M&S foodhall on your left and follow the Terminus road B3325
2. At the mini roundabout take the first exit onto Place Road and continue to the end of Pallance Road taking the first exit onto Rew Street leading to Rolls Hill.
3. Take the right turn off Rolls Hill onto Thorness Lane and continue straight until you see Thorness Bay Holiday Park on your right
Other Transport Options
The nearest bus stop is a 1.7 mile walk away from park, with the 32 service running directly into Cowes.
Unfortunately there are no train stations close to Thorness Bay.
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.