We've got 11 holiday cottages in and around Central Wight. The centre is a great place for new visitors to the Isle of Wight to stay as it offers a fantastic springboard to get out and explore the coasts and countryside. Although the island is only 23 by 13 miles, staying centrally significantly cuts down your travel time to local attractions, beaches and activities.Read more
At the heart of the Isle of Wight is Newport, the largest town which sits at the top of the River Medina. The central part of the isle includes small towns and hamlets, like Merstone, Godshill and Island Harbour.
Much of the central part of the isle is made up of wooded areas where, if you’re lucky, you might spot a red squirrel. The centre is perfect for walkers and in the autumn there are beautiful colours and landscapes to explore and snap on your phone or camera.
With 200 ferries daily, our hassle free booking service makes your trip to the island plain sailing
We have 11 self catering cottages in Central Wight to show you...