Cottages on the Isle of Wight - for self-catering holidays
|The Isle of Wight has welcomed holidaymakers for generations. The island has the advantages of a length coastline which is ideal for sailing and all manner of water sports. View coastal cottages on the Isle of Wight.
Families can enjoy traditional beach holidays in the mild climate. There is plenty of family self-catering cottage accommodation with the cots and highchairs that make life easy for people with toddlers.
Venture inland and enjoy the unspoiled countryside.
|Olde Worlde cottages - Isle of Wight|
Wonderful olde worlde villages thatched cottages, churches and village green abound. Godshill is a picturesque example of the quintessential English village. Revisit the England we used to know - with lots of greenery, wildlife and wild flowers.
The Romans discovered the Isle of Wight and built villas, the remains of which can still be visited today.
|Take a walk along the sea front|
|The Romans built a harbour at Brading (which is now cut off from the sea) but an example of some of the finest mosaics in Britain can be viewed at a villa in Brading.
There are many places to visit for day trips, miles of safe cycle paths, superb scenery and birdwatching. The Isle of Wight is British treasure to be enjoyed. Take a look at some of the self-catering accommodation available for a pleasant holiday in the Isle of Wight.
|Roman remains on the Isle of Wight|