The Isle of Wight is
known as the “garden isle” and in the 19th century was home
to famous writers, poets and artists such as Tennyson, Noyes
and Dickens. Most famous of its residents were Queen Victoria
and Prince Albert who lived at Osborne House, a palace designed
by Prince Albert himself.
Fernhill Park is one of the beautiful parkland estates designed
by the Victorians on the Isle of Wight, and Fernhill House was
home to the Duke of Bolton. Today, though the house no longer
remains, the parkland is being restored with a large tree planting
scheme and restoration of the estates ornamental drive.
The soft rolling countryside set against the backdrop of attractive
Wootton Creek and mill pond offers an ideal resting place for