You’ll find the Isle of Wight is stacked full of adventure, exploration and activity. There’s great bike trails, scenic hiking & horse riding, nice surfing waves, great sailing & flying conditions and so much more, just on our doorstep.
The Farm Park occupies the old dairy building where once 800 cows patiently queued up to be milked. Now it is an all-weather attraction featuring indoor soft play, animal encounters, giant jumping pillows, straw bale barn, pedal go-karts, zip wires, outside paddock with wallabies and meerkats. Plus daily hands-on animal activity with our keepers and events each month.
*Pay admission price to the Farm Park once and get unlimited access, during opening hours, for the duration of your stay*
Top Targets provide a clay pigeon shooting and rifle range that is suitable specifically for corporate entertainment, stag and hen parties, private groups and individual beginners, with over 70 years of combined experience of shooting sports to help you with hitting the target.
*10% discount for Tapnell Farm guests*
Bespoke private and group sessions available from £35+ (dependent on group size), suitable for those with or without yoga experience – adults and kids alike. Feel energised, revitalised and relaxed, Jenny will ensure the session is tailored to you and your group. Jenny is also a qualified kids yoga instructor (age 4+) so why not gather a group of little ones together for a fun yoga adventure. We also have regular public classes at the farm for guests to book, we’ll let you know if there are any planned during your stay.
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The Tapnell Trail is a popular 6-mile circular walking route, that runs right through the middle of Tapnell Farm, with easy access from Tom’s Eco Lodge. The trail leads up onto the downs, for spectacular views over the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival site, and the south coast of the Island.
The Tapnell Trail
This trail has been developed by ramblers to suit walkers of all abilities so both kids and adults will be able to manage the meandering route with stunning views. Stretching 6.5 miles, the walk is circular and can be started at any point. There’s a great pub The Red Lion at point 1 by the church.
Also, take a diversion along the causeway toward Yarmouth at point 1 and there’s a great café ‘off the rails’ 1.5 miles away and Yarmouth 2 miles away.
There are some great opportunities to go horse riding on the island — what better way to discover the awe-inspiring coast and countryside.
We now have bike hire onsite for our staying guests, courtesy of Wight Cycle Hire, who also provide helmets and map of cycling routes. It’s easy to book, just ‘phone them on 01983 761800 and they will provide a code to unlock one of the bikes in the cycle hire store – or they’ll deliver a different bike if required. Step by step instructions and pricing can be found in the cycle hire store.
*Special rates for guests PLUS free delivery if different bike required*