Vintage Vacations Make The Nationals Again

Blimey these guys are creating such brilliant publicity for the Island.

Congratulations to Island company, Vintage Vacations, who have made it into the Nationals once again, this time being recommended by The Observer.

Vintage Vacations Makes Nationals AgainIt seems to be a weekly occurrence that the company are featured in one of the National papers or glossy magazines. The IWC ought to be paying them for the amount of positive publicity they are creating for the Island.

Headlining a feature in the Travel section of The Observer today, Vintage Vacations are cited as ‘one of the first companies to put the “cool” in “caravan”, when it launched its first super-swanky vintage trailer in 2003.’

It’s not just Airstreams that they offer, Vintage Vacations have a range of very chic options for anyone wanting to stay on the Isle of Wight. Check out Vintage Vacations Website for full details of their offerings.

Read Observer article

Sunday, 28th June, 2009 12:25pm



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5 Comments on "Vintage Vacations Make The Nationals Again"

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So good Helen & Frazer are getting the recognition they deserve- what a great advert for the Island

Lisa T.

Great news Helen & Frazer – all that dedication & hard work – well done!

holiday maker

Now Some support from the IWC would`nt go a miss maybe even encourage niche ideas Well Done to All !

Mrs A

They were also in the Saturday Times Top 50 camping holidays.Along with the yurts in Freshwater.
Great news for the Island.


…Thanks largely to a band of design geeks and classic car enthusiasts, painstakingly renovated vintage trailers are popping up
everywhere, from La Rosa campsite on the Yorkshire Moors (, to Vintage Vacations’ fleet of revamped Airstreams on the Isle of Wight (