Hillgrove and Field Lane are adjoining caravan parks that are perfect for couples and families that enjoy holidays surrounded by peaceful and beautiful surroundings.
St. Helens is a small coastal village that is located next to the tranquil Bembridge and is near the busy seaside resorts of Ryde, Sandown and Shanklin. It is truly one of the Island’s hidden gems.
Hillgrove Holiday Park is in a location where the tranquil village meets the glorious rolling countryside. It offers comfortable, great value accommodation in peaceful natural surroundings.
The holiday parks share a great range of facilities that can be used at whichever park you choose to stay at.
The park is set in a quiet spot in the tranquil village of St. Helens. It borders the gentle slopes of Brading Down and yet is only a short walk to the beach, Bembridge and more.
Hillgrove Holiday Park is set in 6 acres of gently sloping lawns. Their fully-equipped holiday units offer a variety of accommodation for all holidays and every budget. They have a caravan for wheelchair users available.
There are 51 holiday units that come in a variety of sizes and prices to suit everyone’s holiday requirements. Every caravan is fully-equipped with shower, TV, video or DVD, microwave and a fridge. The price includes gas and electricity.
The caravans are built to be super warm and include full insulation and double glazing.
The site’s premier units have heating included in every room and can sleep from 2 to 4 people. The spacious super units can accommodate from 2 to 6 people and have central heating.
Their luxury centrally heated super units are great for early or late season breaks.
OUT AND ABOUT:
• The Duver St. Helens’ own sandy beach, with a beachfront cafe and stunning views across the Solent.
• Bembridge is a popular mix of small shops, restaurants and art galleries with a charming harbour and beach. Bembridge Windmill, the only one left on the Island, is one of the Isle of Wight’s most recognisable landmarks, and affords stunning views across unspoilt countryside to the sea.
• Seaview Aptly named, this village is a busy sailing and watersports centre in the summer, with plenty of safe sandy beach for the less adventurous visitor.
• The largest town on the Island, Ryde is a bustling mix of pubs, restaurants and shops, with miles of sandy beaches, entertainment and travel links to the mainland and around the Island.
• Sandown’s sandy beaches are complemented by a host of great attractions, including Isle of Wight Zoo, Dinosaur Isle and Sandown Pier.
• Shanklin’s charming thatched Old Village leads down to many seafront cafes and restaurants and the picturesque Shanklin Chine.