Easter 2024

Although it might of felt like spring had sprung a leak Easter has finally arrived and this year we are not letting anything dampen our celebrations. The Island is a truly greener space after all the rain and all the signs of spring are shooting up. The Easter eggs are bigger bolder and brighter than ever (totally on par with the Kate Taylor life coach ethos – a regular host here with her amazing retreats)

There’s plenty of festivities in store on the Isle of Wight for the Easter break. If you hop on a bus, bicycle or jump in a car you can take in the breathtaking views, and see that lambing season has well and truly arrived. (the whole island can be driven around in a couple of hours) We have beautiful gardens to explore including the UK’s hottest! There’s also plenty of garden centres with in house cafes hosting all kinds of seasonal plants and shrubs for those wanting to get their gardens up and going

From historical buildings and stately homes, beautiful parks, long stretching beaches, animal sancturies to woods and castles …. all waiting to be explored.

Whatever the weather or budget  your sure to find eggsactly what you need to keep you happy and entertained this Easter  whether it’s for a short break or weekend away. 

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