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Ninham Country Holidays is a  family run & award winning holiday park set in an idyllic location for camping, touring & self catering holidays

Located at Ninham Farm, on the beautiful Isle of Wight, the property is surrounded by mature woodland & rolling countryside

Ninham is the perfect base to discover the many sights and attractions of the Island, with footpaths and bridleways leading direct from site, providing delightful walks and cycle routes to some of the Island’s most scenic countryside and beaches

The Isle of Wight’s diverse landscape, of beautiful empty beaches, rolling hills, ancient and grand Victorian architecture, together with one of the best sunshine records in the UK –  make it the perfect place for family holidays & weekend getaways

Great camping facility. Spotless toilets & showers ... gloriously warm heated pool with sun beds a superb camp site. Thoroughly would recommend !

Sharon Lowthian

This place has changed my views on camping, i loved it! Lovely new toilet and shower block, great pool and play areas. Overall layout means it's so nice and peaceful. Will definitely be back!

Gemma Sawyer

Been coming here for 7 years & can find no fault at all! Lovely peaceful & clean site and run very efficiently by great staff. Already booked for next year!

Jo Lawley
The Isle of Wight

England’s largest island, the Isle of Wight, sits just a short sea crossing over the Solent from the southern mainland coast of the United Kingdom. It has been enjoyed as a holiday and short break destination since the 18th Century and became one of Europe’s most fashionable resort areas after Queen Victoria and her husband Prince Albert chose the Isle of Wight as their family’s home in the 1800s at Osborne House

The Island, as it is known, is just approximately 23 miles long from the most easterly point near Bembridge to the famous landmark of the Needles stacks and lighthouse which sits on its western tip. The internationally renowned sailing town of Cowes sits at the northern point and at the most southerly point is marked by a lighthouse 13 miles away at St Catherine’s. The total area of the Isle of Wight is approximately 147 square miles and almost half has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty