Doggie Friendly Campervan Holidays
The Isle of Wight is a superb holiday Island and for all the dog lovers out there, the good news is that Isle of Wight Campervan Holidays is very welcoming to your four-legged friend.
So why leave them at home when they can come and enjoy your campervan adventure with you.
We will need to know the breed of your dog as some are understandably more campervan friendly than others.
Sadly, you may need to leave the Great Dane at home but if you have a dog that is well behaved then get in touch and we’ll let you know whether Dougal, Zebby, Elvis, or Dylan will be suitable for them.
The three campervans that have just been listed are our most dog friendly campervans as they have the most floor space when the rock and roll bed is in position for sleeping. This will allow you to bring your canine companion’s bed so that they can have a good night's sleep too.
Visit Isle of Wight has a great website with a superb page full of resources and information relating to the Island’s dog friendliness.
There are some restrictions on beaches from May 1st to September 30th and these can be viewed in our handy pdf download by clicking here.
Although these restrictions are imposed, there are plenty of beaches such as Bembridge, Springvale and St Helens that are dog friendly all year round.
With 500 miles of footpaths we are quite certain that you will manage to keep those four-legs moving.
Dog Friendly Places to Visit
A few of the places to go with your dog:
Osborne House Gardens
The Isle of Wight Steam railway
Robin Hill Country Park
The Needles Landmark Attraction and Alum Bay
Places to Eat:
Check out the extensive list at www.doggiepubs.org.uk
The Old Village Inn – Bembridge
Culver Haven Inn – Culver Down
The Fishbourne Inn – Fishbourne
The Folly Inn – East Cowes
The Spyglass Inn – Ventnor
The King’s Head - Yarmouth
A few of our dog friendly campsites:
Ninham Country Holidays
Heathfield Farm Campsite
The Windmill Campersite
Grange Farm Holidays
Carpenter’s Farm Campsite