The Isle of Wight is small yet perfectly formed. It is famous for its 60 miles of coastline, dinosaur discoveries and beautiful landscapes. Sat within the Islands vast Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Brook is teeming with local and transient wildlife including a resident red squirrel (Hazel), countless song birds, swallows, Canada geese, woodpeckers, buzzards, kestrels, butterflies, dragonflies, sea eagles and dolphins. Mike has even seen a minke whale whilst swimming in Brook Bay. Plus with the official dark skies award, the beautifully clear starry skies are not to be missed.
There are a wide range of annual events on the Island. See our events page for more information on what the Island has to offer