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Holiday Cottages in the Isle of Wight

While it might only cover 30 square kilometres, the Isle of Wight manages to pack a lot into a small space. Choose one of our Isle of Wight Cottages as your holiday headquarters and you’ll be within easy distance of some superb beaches, including the one that used to be for the sole privilege of Queen Victoria. You’ll also find plenty of historical sites worth investigating, such as the spectacular ruins of a Roman villa or the imposing castles used by the likes of Charles I and King Henry VIII.

The Isle of Wight used to have a reputation for being a bit stuffy. However, things have changed and now the island attracts a much more vibrant class of visitor. Book one of our Isle of Wight Cottages in the early summer and you could find yourself rocking out at the Isle of Wight Festival, which still attracts big-name acts including the likes of Rod Stewart, Arcade Fire and Run DMC. If that sounds a bit too loud for you, hit the island in September and catch the melodic strains of the Classic Isle Festival, in which renowned classical musicians take the stage at the sublime setting of Northwood House.

What can I do on my holiday in the Isle of Wight?

If you’ve booked one of our holiday cottages in the Isle of Wight for the whole family, you’re going to need some entertainment. Luckily, the island isn’t short of an attraction or two. Head on over to the Dinosaur Isle at Sandown and your kids can get face-to-face with some fabulous fossils and some awesome animatronic dinosaurs. If your kids prefer looking at living beasts, your little monkeys can meet the little monkeys at Monkey Haven in Newport. Alternatively, Amazon World in Newchurch gives a taste of the tropics, without having to worry about the language barrier and inoculations.

We also have some beautiful holiday cottages in the Isle of Wight, which are perfect for couples looking to spend some quality time together. If it’s just the two of you, a trip to Queen Victoria’s old house is in order; Osborne House is stunning but its extensive, glorious gardens really put the icing on the cake. Picnicking is also a popular pastime amongst the romantically-inclined and there are plenty of idyllic spots to discover, such as the Needles at Alum Bay or the stunning Mottistone Woods.

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Holiday Cottages In The Isle Of Wight To Rent

More Isle Of Wight Cottages

Holiday Cottages in the Isle of Wight

While it might only cover 30 square kilometres, the Isle of Wight manages to pack a lot into a small space. Choose one of our Isle of Wight Cottages as your holiday headquarters and you’ll be within easy distance of some superb beaches, including the one that used to be for the sole privilege of Queen Victoria. You’ll also find plenty of historical sites worth investigating, such as the spectacular ruins of a Roman villa or the imposing castles used by the likes of Charles I and King Henry VIII.

The Isle of Wight used to have a reputation for being a bit stuffy. However, things have changed and now the island attracts a much more vibrant class of visitor. Book one of our Isle of Wight Cottages in the early summer and you could find yourself rocking out at the Isle of Wight Festival, which still attracts big-name acts including the likes of Rod Stewart, Arcade Fire and Run DMC. If that sounds a bit too loud for you, hit the island in September and catch the melodic strains of the Classic Isle Festival, in which renowned classical musicians take the stage at the sublime setting of Northwood House.

What can I do on my holiday in the Isle of Wight?

If you’ve booked one of our holiday cottages in the Isle of Wight for the whole family, you’re going to need some entertainment. Luckily, the island isn’t short of an attraction or two. Head on over to the Dinosaur Isle at Sandown and your kids can get face-to-face with some fabulous fossils and some awesome animatronic dinosaurs. If your kids prefer looking at living beasts, your little monkeys can meet the little monkeys at Monkey Haven in Newport. Alternatively, Amazon World in Newchurch gives a taste of the tropics, without having to worry about the language barrier and inoculations.

We also have some beautiful holiday cottages in the Isle of Wight, which are perfect for couples looking to spend some quality time together. If it’s just the two of you, a trip to Queen Victoria’s old house is in order; Osborne House is stunning but its extensive, glorious gardens really put the icing on the cake. Picnicking is also a popular pastime amongst the romantically-inclined and there are plenty of idyllic spots to discover, such as the Needles at Alum Bay or the stunning Mottistone Woods.

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  1. David

    Verified purchase

    "I would not return to this property. It needs significant maintenance and, in our case, failed to meet basic hygiene standards.At 7.15pm on our first night, just as we were preparing our children for bed, the owner called us to explain that the previous occupants had left a mattress wet with urine. The cleaner, having discovered this earlier in the day, had turned the mattress over and re-made the bed. We had noticed a smell in the room on arrival but not thought of checking the mattresses. Of course it was now too late for us to find anywhere else to stay so we spent an hour improvising an alternative with what we had. There was a sofa bed in the sitting room, but the sheets were very damp and musty and too small for the mattress. The next morning, we made several calls to the owner who arranged for a replacement bed and mattress to be delivered that evening. On our return from the holiday, she agreed to our request for compensation and refunded the cost of our first night's stay.I think the cleaners should at least have left us a note for our arrival so that we could have found somewhere else that was more hygienic. They certainly shouldn't have re-made the bed for someone else to sleep in. The cleaners disagreed, saying that they felt the situation was dealt with "in a very professional way". The owner's response gives me no confidence that the situation would be dealt with any differently if it happens again.In addition, the house needs a lot of maintenance - the two fire extinguishers expired in 2012, the fire alarm in the main bedroom has been disconnected, the soil pipe for two toilets vents into the airing cupboard (creating an unpleasant odour), the pillows are very old and lumpy, the showers are temperamental to operate and the back door is warped and very difficult to open (see also review dated July 2013). Furthermore, apart from the urine-soaked mattress, the overall standard of cleanliness was low when we stayed (kitchen floor, toilet brushes and at least one shower cubicle obviously not cleaned properly after previous occupants left). Also, I feel that the photos are rather optimistic - the garden pictured is a communal lawn round the corner from the house and shared by about a dozen other houses; the dining area is very cramped for four people (even when two of them are young children) so I can't imagine how six people could possibly eat there.In having to deal with the owner much more than I would have liked, she seemed pleasant and prepared to help resolve the problems we faced. She does not live on IoW but, in my opinion, needs to be much more hands-on in managing this property if future tenants are to avoid the sort of problems we faced."
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  2. Dawn

    Verified purchase

    "This is a very nice little cottage. The decor is a little dated but it is very clean, tidy, comfortable, well laid out, very well equipped and in very good condition. It is ideally situated for getting out and about, being on a main road in the centre of the island and in easy reach of several towns and attractions. The road is very close to the cottage however, and the road noise is quite discernable at night.It is hard to tell from the photo but it is very close to another cottage and there is another house just behind that. Plenty of parking though right outside the door.It is advertised as being dog friendly but I wouldn't be comfortable letting my dog outside. The garden is not directly accessable from the cottage, you have to go back out on to the drive and through a side gate. The fencing is three foot high stock fencing, which any small dog could squeeze through and any big dog could jump straight over, and there is no other boundary between the cottage and the 60mph road. Patio doors straight from the living room would make access to the garden easier, and a proper fence would make it safe. Particularly for small children also.We did enjoy our stay here. It was nice being so close to everything."
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  3. Gail

    Verified purchase

    "Lovely little cottage, very friendly and helpful owner. Stairs, as advised, are steep and narrow, but the rope handrail is very sturdy and there are grab handles at appropriate points as well. The beds were comfortable with new bedding. The sofas were likewise comfortable, very convenient for movie night. The kitchen is very well stocked with all the equipment you might need including can opener, kitchen scales, cooking spoons, etc. Road noise did not bother us, similar to what we experience at home anyway. Distance to car parking space is unavoidable, and reasonably close. The minute you see the place, you understand why it can't be closer!Very convenient location for many great attractions on the Isle of Wight - don't overlook the Roman Villa in Brading itself, excellent experience with lots of interesting details and plenty of hands on activities for kids (big and small!).Would definitely be happy to return to this lovely little cottage."
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  4. Kirsty

    Verified purchase

    "Generally happy with the accommodation, it was clean on arrival, but fairly small. There is no wardrobe in the kids bedroom and I feel the 3 toilet and shower rooms were excessive, this space could have been used better to create a wardrobe in the kids bedroom. All of the drawers in the chest of drawers and bedside cabinets were very difficult to push and pull in and out as they were not on runners and a full length mirror would have been nice. Overall it is an ideal base for visiting lots of attractions, beaches and was in a very nice setting. Shame there is no real area to sit out on as the decking is more of and entrance to the property and whilst you can use the green in front of the creek you do feel you are on view to everyone in the holiday village. Overall pleased just a shame about a few minor bits which are really more to do with the house itself rather than much that the owner could improve on."
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  5. peter

    Verified purchase

    "We had a wonderful stay at S14176 with our 2 dogs. Everything we needed was provided and Jane the caretaker (who lives next door) was very helpful with any questions we had. The cottage might not be suitable for anyone with mobility problems though as the stairs are very steep and narrow with a sharp turn at the bottom. That said though, we got used to them pretty quickly! There is a local shop right opposite which seems to sell absolutely everything and 3 pubs within about 100 yards. The road is busy during the day, but much quieter at night and we had no problems sleeping. There is a lovely park about 5 mins walk for dog walking and Yaverland beach is only about a 5 minute drive away which is also great for the dogs and very popular."
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