Win! A trip to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and a stay on the Isle of Wight

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard


We've teamed up with Portsmouth Historic Dockyard to offer you the chance to win a fantastic day out, plus an overnight stay on the Isle of Wight at Tapnell Farm with a return Wightlink car ferry crossing for you and a guest.

Situated within a working naval base, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is home to a collection of the world's most famous historic ships, attractions and museums. This year, a visit to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is more exciting than ever before; with a new journey on board HMS Victory and stunning views of the re-launched Mary Rose, not forgetting the blockbuster exhibition 36 Hours: Jutland 1916, The Battle That Won The War.

Wightlink ferry

With a close proximity to the ferry terminals, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard visitors are encouraged to venture to the Isle of Wight to continue the fun. Hopping on board the regular 40 to 45-minute Wightlink car ferry services, holidaymakers can relax and take in the glorious Solent views with snacks and drinks in hand from the floating Costa or Greggs as they make their way to the Island.

Upon arrival, there are plenty of activities, attractions and foodie hotspots for visitors to enjoy. From discovering fossils at Dinosaur Isle to exploring Osborne House, the former home of Queen Victoria and her family, and indulging in some fresh island produce at the Garlic Farm or renowned restaurant The Three Buoys, there is plenty to see, do and taste on the Isle of Wight.

Tapnell Farm Eco Pod

After a day spent exploring, there is no better place to rest your heads than at Tapnell Farm. Situated near Yarmouth, Tapnell Farm's pods offer the perfect accommodation for couples looking to enjoy year-round glamping. Offering breathtaking sea views across the rural West Wight countryside, a stay in a pod is a great way to discover the rural and rustic Isle of Wight.

For your chance to win this amazing prize, submit your details in the form below before 16 August 2016.

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