Where we have been staying is a little campsite called Grange Farm which is on the west of the island in a village called Brighstone. It caters for tents, trailer tents, caravans and motor homes with a choice of non electric pitches to grass pitches with hook up and hard standing with hook up and water.
You can also rent an arc which comes with electricity.
It’s a proper farm with a host of resident animals including goats
There are also horses, sheep, ducks and chickens but I didn’t get a picture of those.
There is a playground for kids with swings and a buried boat amongst other things.
At the time of our visit half the facilities were getting a makeover, the ones we used looked a little tired but all worked fine, I’m assuming they will be updated when the others are finished.
There is also a well stocked shop on site that sells most things you would need, a 15 min walk away is the little village of Brighstone that has a fantastic village shop that sells amongst other, things, locally produced ales and farm produce, the sausages are lovely!
At this time of year the campsite is fairly quiet, I’d expect in peak season the view you see below would be quite different.
Just past that awning on the left is a path down to a pebble beach where we saw surfers and paddleboarders, there is also a small collection of static caravans you can rent overlooking the sea.
It cost us 80 quid for us both for 4 nights with electric hook up, this is an off season price.
We both loved it here and I would recommend it for a couple or a family as a base on the island, the sunsets on this side are spectacular too.
For more information you can visit the sites website here