Alan Rogers Review
In a spectacular position, Nodes Point overlooks Bembridge Bay and is set in 65 acres of parkland running down to the beach. This is a park of 200 holiday homes with a separate area for 70 touring caravans. There is a further large dedicated field for up to 200 tents which runs down to the beach. The caravan pitches are large, level and numbered, all with 16A electricity hook-ups and including 25 fully serviced (hardstanding, water, electricity and TV point). A one-way circular tarmac road leads you round the site which is landscaped and has been cultivated with wildlife in mind.
A permanent warden lives in this same area to assist. Alongside are 30 park-owned rented tents, all well sited and maintained. The latest modern toilet block supplements two older ones and a prefabricated unit – together these are ample. The rest of the facilities and entertainment are in the holiday home area, a few minutes walk away. There is a large stage area for discos and spectacular cabaret shows. With these and the park’s location by the beach, Nodes Point makes for a good family holiday.
Together, the toilet blocks have WCs, open washbasins, showers, a family shower room and two baths. Baby room. Suite for disabled visitors. Launderette. Shop. Bar. Restaurant and takeaway. Indoor pool. Adventure playground. Clubs for children. Entertainment. Riding. ATM.
- Boat Launch Nearby
- Bar on Site
- Childrens Play Area
- Seaside Beach Onsite
- Fishing Nearby
- Golf Nearby
- Riding on Site
- Indoor Pool on Site
- Shop on Site
- Takeaway Food
From Ryde, take the A3055. At Bishop Lovett School (on the left), go straight ahead onto B3330 towards St Helens. After 2 miles, as road curves right, turn left into signed entrance.
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Latitude Longitude 50.705417 -1.105283
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