The Undercliff Glen is an idyllic, small and peaceful family run
caravan park. It is set in a natural, landscaped valley within the
picturesque village of St Lawrence. Because of its beautiful
location it makes it one of the most peaceful and tranquil parks on
the island. All the accommodation has superb sea views of the
English Channel. The park is an ideal base for those seeking calm,
stress free 'get away' from it all holiday.
We cater for the traditional weekly holidays as well as our popular
'Get Away' breaks, minimum 3 nights, available in low season.
As well as our caravans we have luxury two bedroom
and three bedroom apartments
hire. Both can be accessed via the appropriate booking office link,
caravans or apartments.
All have FREE WI-FI.
Should you require further information
please contact us, full details on how to are on our contact us
St. Lawrence with it's 12th Century church, the second smallest in
England, is situated on the warm south coast of the island. Nearby
the Victorian town of Ventnor has a Mediterranean feel, built on a
series of terraces, its roads lead to the safe and popular beach.
Here the local fishermen land catches of the finest Lobster and
Crab, which can be sampled at one of the many excellent restaurants
and pubs. Between Ventnor and St. Lawrence lie the unique Botanic
Gardens where many exotic plants from all over the world grow in the
temperate climate prevalent in this part of the island. From the
Gardens a path takes you down to Steephill Cove, ideal for children
to explore the rock pools at low tide. To the West of the lighthouse
lie St. Catherine's Lighthouse and the theme park, Blackgang Chine.
Whatever time of the season you come there are events to suit
everyone. From the Walking Festival in early Spring to Cowes Week in
August, the round the Island Yacht Race in June when some 1,700
yachts pass the Park sailing downwind with multi - coloured
spinnakers set, The Garlic Festival, summer shows and fetes, open-air
classical and jazz nights and much, much more. For those who
enjoy walking there are 500 miles of sign-posted rights of way, 64
miles of coastal paths and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty,
which cover more than half of the Island. Golfers can enjoy seven
courses spread across the Island from Freshwater in the West to Ryde
in the East. From castles and abbeys, Roman villas, historic houses,
museums, including the Dinosaur Museum, parks and gardens there is so
much to see and do that you will want to come time and time again!
For the children there are activities galore, miles of beaches,
theme parks and much much more.
We hope that we have not only persuaded you to come to the Isle of
Wight for your holiday but, also persuaded you to stay at Undercliff
Glen, where we will make every endeavour to make your holiday the
Our access statement is available upon request for those with
Customers can pre-order & collect food for their holiday from the Real Island Food Company
, please take a look.
You can also pre-order bicycles from Wight Cycle Hire.