Family of 5 Hovercraft Day Return to Isle of Wight - £25 at Hovertravel
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Family of 5 Hovercraft Day Return to Isle of Wight - £25 at Hovertravel

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Found 27th Jul 2017
Hovertravel are offering discounted family (2 adults and up to 3 children) day returns to the Isle of Wight for only £25 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 7th and 23rd August. Family day returns are normally £55, so a decent saving to be had if you book the offer before 30th July.

The hovercraft goes from Southsea to Ryde from early morning til late evening. Ryde has some of the best sandy beaches on the Isle of Wight, with plenty to do to keep the kids entertained. Great idea for school holidays!
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good price, I live on IOW (Just outside ryde) and the seafront has- amusement park, trampolines, mini golf, lawn bowls, swimming pool, boating lake, 10-pin bowling, great beach up by appley tower (10 min walk east), kiddies playground near the harbour, another by appley tower, fancy a 20 min walk east from the hovercraft and you'll get to puckpool park, a Napoleonic fort with more mini golf, good playgound, cafes. a further 10 min walk along the coast east gets you to a nature reserve with bird hide just outside seaview. there is also a taxi rank and a bus station right next to the hovercraft so you can go further afield, or a bike hire shop at the top of town (TAV cycles). The trainline goes from next to hovercraft down to shanklin too. Other great attractions that require a journey are Osbourne house (where Queen Victoria lived), Havenstreet Steam Railway, unfortunately we do not have a burger king on the IOW- but we are getting an ASDA soon!
Edited by: "davidjmansfield" 28th Jul 2017
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Great find - not to far and had a great time there in the past
Bargain - cheers OP
Great deal, and a big surprise; I thought they retired the hovercraft a few years ago; I am sure I saw a news item on the Beeb about it.
To France it was retired
Look like a good deal. What is there to do in the Isle of Wight ?
It's a boat right so not a ferry cant bring your car?
good price, I live on IOW (Just outside ryde) and the seafront has- amusement park, trampolines, mini golf, lawn bowls, swimming pool, boating lake, 10-pin bowling, great beach up by appley tower (10 min walk east), kiddies playground near the harbour, another by appley tower, fancy a 20 min walk east from the hovercraft and you'll get to puckpool park, a Napoleonic fort with more mini golf, good playgound, cafes. a further 10 min walk along the coast east gets you to a nature reserve with bird hide just outside seaview. there is also a taxi rank and a bus station right next to the hovercraft so you can go further afield, or a bike hire shop at the top of town (TAV cycles). The trainline goes from next to hovercraft down to shanklin too. Other great attractions that require a journey are Osbourne house (where Queen Victoria lived), Havenstreet Steam Railway, unfortunately we do not have a burger king on the IOW- but we are getting an ASDA soon!
Edited by: "davidjmansfield" 28th Jul 2017
Hmmm... 4 kids... which one to leave behind...
Oldest as will be most likely able to fend for himself? or youngest as will not be able to grass?
What age limit is it for the kids?
I didn't know Hovercraft were still in service. Worth it for the experience of this unique form of transport. I was quite obsessed with Hovercraft as a kid. Probably shouldn't have admitted that in a public forum..
DMws

What age limit is it for the kids?


Child is classified as up to and including 15 years of age
I used to live on the isle of wight. I try not to go back. Its ok if you like amusements and mini golf though
davidjmansfield

No can't wait



You'd be better off with a Lidl or Aldi.
Gentle_Giant

You'd be better off with a Lidl or Aldi.


They have all those already...Asda completes the set!
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