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Cheapest Way to Go to the Isle of Wight

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From Central London. Obviously no swimming involved and I guess the ferry is the way to go. For a group of four, no car, travelling in September 2009 Read More
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
From Central London. Obviously no swimming involved and I guess the ferry is the way to go. For a group of four, no car, travelling in September 2009
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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hitch !
#2
Two options!

Have a look at trainline.com and put in your station through to Ryde (which I think will include a ferry foot passenger ticket)

If you have any tesco clubcard vouchers you can use them on Wightlink Ferries (however wightlink are generally the most expensive but it works out cheaper with CC vouchers)

If you are paying yourself then Red Funnel generally are the cheapest!

The train service on IOW is not great and only covers a little bit of the Island so if you are without car then depending on where you are stating you may be better with buses.

If you are going down from London best places for the ferries are Southampton, Portsmouth (or I think Southsea for Hovercradt)!

google Isle of wight tourism for more info!
#3
What is brown and steaming and comes out the back end of Cowes?
The Isle of Wight ferry.
#4
lol - no swimming and ferry riddle.

i'm sure this will entice me to go there one day ;) if not for the music fest and the bikes
#5
graham29a
Two options!

Have a look at trainline.com and put in your station through to Ryde (which I think will include a ferry foot passenger ticket)

If you have any tesco clubcard vouchers you can use them on Wightlink Ferries (however wightlink are generally the most expensive but it works out cheaper with CC vouchers)

If you are paying yourself then Red Funnel generally are the cheapest!

The train service on IOW is not great and only covers a little bit of the Island so if you are without car then depending on where you are stating you may be better with buses.

If you are going down from London best places for the ferries are Southampton, Portsmouth (or I think Southsea for Hovercradt)!

google Isle of wight tourism for more info!


I am going from London on skint budget using the Sun holidays vouchers

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