Our exclusive collection of cottages on the Isle of Wight have been handpicked and inspected by our team of island experts. Home to some of the best coast and countryside in Britain, the Isle of Wight is perfect for a romantic break for two or a family gathering with dogs and all. For a sneak peek of what awaits you on the island, check out our new webcams in Ryde and Freshwater.
We take the fuss out of the ferry by arranging it for you, so hop on board and be transported to this pretty isle with dramatic coastlines, beautiful forests, a wonderful history and of course, the best pick of holiday cottages. With its iconic Needles and white cliffs, the Isle of Wight is a world away from the mainland.
Small but mighty, this 23 by 13 mile island is a hidden gem of escapism in the United Kingdom. The size of the island makes it easy to get around once you’re here and the proximity to the mainland makes it even easier to get here in the first place. Around 3 hours from London, the Isle of Wight is the perfect weekend getaway if you’re looking for a relaxing short break.
To make your holiday special, we've picked out a great selection of cottages across the Isle of Wight for whatever you need. If you're getting the family together and are looking for a place fit for a large group, we have plenty of big cottages to accommodate you all. Or for a more romantic feel, tuck yourself away in one of our cottages for two on the island.
The Isle of Wight is a great destination for both you and your pooch, with plenty of beaches and pubs welcoming dogs all year round. We’ve got dog friendly properties across the island for you to choose from.
Ranging in style from modern apartments to seaside spots and traditional self catering cottages, we’re sure our collection of Isle of Wight holiday homes will make your holiday special.
Regardless of where your accommodation is, you’ll be able to explore with ease. In South Wight, take long walks along the promenade at Sandown, Shanklin and Ventnor, explore the magic of Shanklin Chine and find some fresh fish to take home for dinner at Ventnor Haven. Stop at the pretty chocolate box village of Godshill for a classic cream tea and a look around the famous Godshill model village.
In West Wight, get on your walking boots for a stomp along the coastal path. Take in the dramatic views of Freshwater Bay, the iconic Needles and Totland Bay before stopping off for lunch at one of the traditional pubs en route.
The north of the island is a sailors paradise, with Cowes playing host to the annual Cowes Week in August, a festival popular with sailing fanatics. East Cowes was the former home of Queen Victoria who loved the area so much she built Osborne House, a great day out for all.
East Wight is home to gorgeous valley views and plenty of things to do. The majority of the population live in the east so you’ll find eateries, vineyards, Roman villas and more on this side of the island. A great place to use as a base for your holiday to the Isle of Wight.