Holidays are the best time to get away from it all and relax. Part of going away involves finding somewhere suitable to stay. We provide a great B and B Isle of Wight visitors love, especially couples who want to relax in stunning surroundings.
Literature lovers will be glad to hear that the Isle of Wight Literacy Festival shall arrive on 11th October. You’ll have plenty of time to enjoy yourselves too, since it runs until 14th October. Northwood House is where most of the activities will be. By extension, this is where all the fun is happening. This Grade II listed manor house lies in the heart of Cowes, set over 20 beautiful acres of park.
Going strong for its seventh year, the non-profitable charity trust is still aiding those most in need. Like fine wine, the festival has aged well. It has an abundance of speakers in attendance. You can feed your literary appetite by listening to the likes of Val McDermid, Max Hastings, Andrew Marr, Mary Berry, Deborah Moggach, and also Michael Morpurgo.
This is going to be one of the biggest and best years for the festival. The programme is huge, including several talks with celebrated authors. There are sessions through the mornings and afternoons as well as in several evenings. You can pick and choose the talks you want to attend and there is a special 10% discount if you buy 6 or more tickets for £9 events.
You can find out more about the festival and the entire program on their website (http://isleofwightliteraryfestival.com/). Don’t miss out, especially if you are a literary lover.
At Godshill Park Barn, our 4 Poster and South rooms are en suite. We serve breakfast in the farm house’s hall and ask that anyone with dietary requirements inform us of them. Common visitors include couples with leisure time who love animals, walking, and also the outdoors. However, we’re happy to accommodate all kinds of individuals. Book your stay at the best B and B Isle of Wight has to offer today.
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