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You can find our Island store Union, in Union Street in Ryde on the beautiful Isle of Wight. For information on travelling to the Island click on the links below...


Isle of Wight map

Travelling by car

From the East

If you are travelling from Kent

Take the M20, followed by the M25 (South), leave the M25 at Junction 10 for the A3 towards Portsmouth or Junction 12 for the M3 towards Southampton. On approaching Southampton follow signs for the docks and Red Funnel Ferries by taking the M27 and then M271, on arrival in Portsmouth follow signs for the harbour and Wightlink Ferries.

From East Anglia

Take the M11, to Junction 6 and join the M25. On the M25 take Junction 10 for the A3 towards Portsmouth or Junction 12 for the M3 towards Southampton. On approaching Southampton follow signs for the docks and Red Funnel Ferries by taking the M27 and then M271, on arrival in Portsmouth follow signs for the harbour and Wightlink Ferries.

From the West

If you are travelling from Wales and Bristol

Take the M4, leave at Junction 13 for the A34 and join the M3 towards Southampton at Junction 9. Once in Southampton follow signs for the docks and Red Funnel Ferries.

If you prefer to travel via Lymington, leave the M3 at Junction 14 and join the M27, travel to Junction 1, and head down the A337 to Lymington. Upon arrival in Lymington, follow the signs for the pier and Wightlink Ferries.

If you are travelling from Somerset, Devon and Cornwall

Take the M5, changing for the M4 at Junction 15, leave at Junction 13 for the A34, and join the M3 towards Southampton at Junction 9. On approaching Southampton follow signs for the docks and Red Funnel Ferries.

If you prefer to travel via Lymington, leave the M3 at Junction 14 and join the M27. Continue to Junction 1 and travel down the A337 to Lymington. Upon arrival in Lymington, follow the signs for the pier and Wightlink Ferries.

From the North

Make your way to the M1 or M40 and continue down to the M25. Once on the M25 take Junction 10 for the A3 towards Portsmouth. On arrival in Portsmouth follow signs for the harbour and Wightlink Ferries.

Take the M1 or M40 and continue down to the M25. Once on the M25 take Junction 12 for the M3 towards Southampton. On approaching Southampton follow signs for the docks and Red Funnel Ferries by taking the M27 and then M271.

To help you plan your journey from door to door, why not try the AA Route Planner? This handy online service can find the best route to suit your needs and even points out traffic blackspots. To view, please visit www.theaa.com



By public transport

Travelling by train

There are 3 main train stations that serve the Isle of Wight; Portsmouth Harbour, Southampton Central and Lymington Pier

On arrival at Portsmouth Harbour, walk to the end of the platform and you'll reach the ticket office for the Wightlink Passenger 'Fast Cat' ferry to Ryde.

At Southampton Central, follow signs in the station to the bus exit and board the free shuttle bus outside the exit from platform 4, heading to 'Town Quay'. The last stop is the Red Funnel 'Red Jet' terminal where you'll board the passenger ferry which sails to Cowes.

Lymington Pier train station is also the Isle of Wight Ferry terminal, so there's no need to travel any further! Simply board the Wightlink ferry to Yarmouth.

To check times and prices please visit nationalrail.co.uk or call +44 (0) 8457 484950.



Travelling by ferry

You can travel to the Island from the following ferry ports:

Southsea - Hovertravel: Passenger Ferry to Ryde

Hop onto a hovercraft and arrive 8 minutes later. The terminal is on Ryde esplanade, just a few minutes' walk from Union itself. For more information please visit hovertravel.co.uk or call +44 (0) 1983 811000.

Portsmouth - Wightlink Ferries: Car and Passenger

Ferry sails to Fishbourne, Passenger Ferry from Portsmouth Harbour sails to Ryde. The Island is blessed with many scenic routes, both of the countryside and the coast. Fishbourne is a mere 10 minute drive from Ryde. For more details please visit wightlink.co.uk or call +44 (0) 870 582 7744.

Southampton - Red Funnel Ferries: Car and Passenger Ferry to East Cowes

'Red Jet' Passenger Ferry sails to Cowes. Historic Cowes is yachting heaven and a great place to start your trip, plus Ryde is a simple 20 minute journey from East Cowes. For more information please visit redfunnel.co.uk or call +44 (0) 870 444 8898.

Lymington - Wightlink Ferries: Car and Passenger Ferry to Yarmouth

The Lymington ferry is convenient if you are travelling from the West of England. The journey from Yarmouth in 'West Wight' to Ryde in the East really opens your eyes to what the Island has to offer including some truly beautiful leafy landscapes. For more details please visit wightlink.co.uk or call +44 (0) 870 582 7744.

For more information about where to stay and what to do during your visit try the following websites.

islandbreaks.co.uk
iwight.com