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Holiday Cottages In The Isle Of Wight

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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

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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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in the isle of wight.

  1. Sandra

    Verified purchase

    "The house is located just a few minutes from Fishbourne ferry port which made it very convenient for the crossing we had booked. The house was warm and comfortable and the owner popped in a few minutes after we arrived to made sure everything was OK. He also popped in mid week at our request to sort out a small maintenance problem. The location of the cottage was good, very close to both Ryde and Newport, although nowhere on the island was much more that 30 mins drive away. The garden was big with plenty of room for the kids to kick a football around. Ten of us stayed in the house altogether (4 adults, 6 children) so we needed to pull the kitchen table out to all get round it and it was a bit of a squeeze, but we did manage. Two of the bedrooms do have open plan showers and toilets which was a bit disconcerting for some of us , but there are 2 other private bath/shower rooms for the more modest guest.Overall we had a lovely holiday with lot of things to do nearby and would definitely recommend this house for the prize we paid."
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  2. Submitted by Morris on 10/04/2016

    Verified purchase

    " ...celebrate our Mum's 70th birthday, with my bother visiting from the USA. As we have two boys aged 10 and 13 we needed a range of activities to keep them entertained too. We were certainly not disappointed! It was perfect for our parents, us and the boys. The table tennis table was probably the biggest hit, with the log burner being a close second! The weather was mixed as we had expected and it was lovely to be able to head back to the cottage and enjoy the lovely surroundings and our well stocked fridge! The kitchen was brilliantly equipped and everything was clean and working. On our last afternoon the sun broke through and we were able to explore the surrounding fields from the little back gate in the garden. It was a joy to see our boys enjoying the outdoors and not be connected to a screen! All in all it was an idyllic setting for a special occasion, we could not have been happier with our choice. Submitted by Morris on 10/04/2016 "
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  3. Submitted by Caroline on 18/10/2015

    Verified purchase

    " ...celebrating my birthday with friends and family. The owners were very helpful when I needed some help with the heating and took the trouble to call me and guide me through the central heating settings bless them. The house was beautifully positioned, about 8 minutes walk from the charming town of Yarmouth, and stunning views of the sea from the front of the property. The kitchen is very well equipped with everything we needed. The gardens were magnificent and beautifully maintained. We were allowed to have our two dogs there with us and the garden was a perfect playground for them! I would love to come back here, hoping we will book it again for my Mum's 80th next year. There was a problem with the radiator in the TV room but I am sure that will be fixed. All in all a fabulous place I would recommend highly. Thank you. Caroline Crampton-Thomas x Submitted by Caroline on 18/10/2015 "
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  4. Confirmed Guest

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage is delightful, in a beautiful place and has a gorgeous garden. However, we were not able to access the cottage at 4pm as informed, but had to wait until about 4.30 for cleaning to be completed. The kitchen was clean but bathrooms very dusty and toilets grubby. Sheets on single bed in single bedroom smelt very musty and had stains. I washed them in the washing machine as didn't want my daughter to sleep in dirty sheets. The under floor heating in the kitchen was broken which meant the kitchen in the mornings was freezing! Finally, the welcome pack was great but despite having spoken to the house keeper and being asked if we preferred red or white wine (I asked for white), we were given red. A minor issue I know, but a little irritating considering we were asked! Overall, slightly disappointing - the house has so much potential but was let down by poor maintenance."
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  5. Confirmed Guest

    Verified purchase

    "We rarely go back to the same cottage twice, but this is an exception. Comfortable cottage in a beautiful location with sea views. Well fitted kitchen, clean decoration (lots of whitewash), decent beds, nice bathrooms, massive book collection etc. Niton is a quiet village with nice walking around it and a decent pub 100 yards away means you can choose whether or not to cook.Minor niggles might be:- heavy winter duvets in July meant sleeping was occasionally disturbed by getting too hot- Although the road is quiet, you do get walkers peering in occasionally (and beware opening the blinds too soon - the top deck of the local bus service is level with the main bedroom - not a frequent service thankfully.)Not enough to stop me giving it five stars (although I did consider rating it lower to make sure it doesn't get booked up)."
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