The Isle of Wight is perfect for that weekend break or much-needed mid-week breather. The diversity of the island’s environments means you can find lush countryside, dramatic coastal scenes and gorgeous yacht harbours all in one place. If you want a sneaky peak of the Isle of Wight check out our new webcams.
Fall in love with island life and enjoy a cosy rural retreat or a seaside escape in our luxury self-catering cottages. The isle is a perfect little getaway, only four hours from central London by car and you can be in a gorgeous holiday cottage ready to relax for a dreamy short break. Choose from an array of beautiful baby friendly and dog friendly holiday lets to cater for the whole family.
Spring and Autumn Breaks on the Isle of Wight
The mild climate of the isle creates beautiful Spring and Autumn landscapes to enjoy as summer crowds fade away. Spend three to four days surrounded by peaceful forests and serene seascapes away from the hustle and bustle.
Summer Short Breaks
Enjoy yachts, festivals, blue skies and sea breezes with a Summer on the Isle of Wight. With the island playing host to the Isle of Wight festival, Bestival and Cowes Week to name but a few, there are plenty of things to do in the Summer here. A short break in a holiday cottage is the ideal way to enjoy these festivals in style, without having to deal with the mud or rain.
Christmas on the Isle of Wight
Create magical Christmas memories with a holiday away from the mainland to really relax into the festive season. Book a short break on the Isle of Wight to discover an enchanted island filled with beautiful cottages to make your break one to remember. You may even be treated to a touch of snow.
New Year Breaks on the Isle of Wight
With celebrations taking place all over the Isle of Wight, you’re in for an amazing New Year celebration if you choose to go island-style. Close-knit communities means that everyone comes together. Have a memorable time dancing the night away with friends old and new.
Winter Breaks on the Isle of Wight
The island has a warmer climate than the mainland making winters less harsh. Ventnor supposedly benefits from the most daylight hours and the mildest climate in the UK. Although we can’t promise a tropical winter, there’s a good chance that the sun may shine for your winter holiday on the Isle of Wight. For added cosy, choose a holiday cottage with a fire on the Isle of Wight and spend your evenings curled up with a hot chocolate or a mulled wine warming your toes.
We have 150 holiday cottages available on the Isle of Wight for you to enjoy some well-deserved time off.