5 Reasons why Cowes is the place to be

The People
 
Cowes is a small town which makes it very easy to bump into familiar faces on the High Street. Whether it’s fundraising for Cowes Lifeboat Station or cleaning up the beach after a busy summer, Cowes residents always pull together in good spirit and for good causes. There’s also some famous faces residing in Cowes too – Ellen MacArthur, Alan Titchmarsh and Celia Imrie to name just a few!
 
The Pubs
 
The ‘Cowes Crawl’ is known by many as the ultimate night out in Cowes. Whether it’s starting up at the Union and finishing up at the Anchor, or simply going where the night takes you, Cowes is home to some of the Island’s best pubs, serving local ales and the best cocktails around.
 
Cowes Week
 
Home to freebies galore, an array of different coloured picnic chairs and the Island’s most spectacular fireworks display, Cowes Week is the biggest date in the town’s calendar and gives Cowes an international audience year-on-year. The Yachts Haven is always at the heart of the celebrations and this year will be no different with bars, live music and a variety of traders in our boatyard.
 
The Solent
 
Located at the northern tip of the Isle of Wight, Cowes has the ultimate view of the Solent and towards Southampton. Enjoy stunning walks along the Parade and towards Gurnard, taking in the breathtaking stretch of water as you do.
 
The High Street
 
Cowes is blessed with being home to some of the best and most unique independent businesses on the Island. The High Street offers something for everyone, whether you’re looking for something for a loved one or want a catch-up over a coffee.
 
As the hub of Cowes, the Yacht Haven has easy access to the town centre and beyond. Why not book your berth at the Yacht Haven today? Enquires can be made by contacting +44 (0)1983 299975 or emailing info@cowesyachthaven.com


 
05/03/2018