Cottages on the Isle of Wight - for self-catering holidays

6 rental properties match your search for Cottages Isle of Wight

Coach House Country Retreat, Chale, Isle of Wight, English Islands, England

2 bedroom Country Cottage

sleeps 1 - 4 guests
1 - 4
2 bedrooms
2
1 bathrooms
1
no dogs allowed
5 star

Once a coach house and now a stunning 2 bedroom holiday home, this property with its sea views, pretty garden and location close to Chale in the south of the Isle of Wight could be perfect for a holiday on the Isle of Wight with friends or family.

Special features: free internet access.

Weekly Price from: £398
Next availability:
from 30 October to 19 March 21 from 26 March to 02 April 21

Kitty's Loft Self-catering Cottage, Godshill, South Coast , Godshill, Isle of Wight, English Islands, England

2 bedroom Cottage

sleeps 1 - 4 guests
1 - 4
2 bedrooms
2
1 bathrooms
1
no dogs allowed

This delightful self-catering coastal cottage is set in an idyllic location at the foot of St Catherine's Down on the Isle of Wight.

Weekly Price from: £299
Next availability:
from 26 September to 07 November 20 from 14 November to 24 December 20

Scott's Cottage, Arreton, Isle of Wight, English Islands, England

2 bedroom Thatched Cottage

sleeps 2 - 5 guests
2 - 5
2 bedrooms
2
2 bathrooms
2
dog-friendly cottage, 2 dog(s) welcome
2

Very lovely 2 bedroom thatched country cottage with private garden close to the heart of the Isle of Wight with the coast within easy reach for days out.

Special features: free internet access.

Weekly Price from: £400
Next availability:
from 19 August to 22 August 20 from 05 September to 10 October 20

The Springs Romantic Holiday Lodge, Ryde, Isle of Wight, English Islands, England

1 bedroom Romantic Retreat

sleeps 1 - 2 guests
1 - 2
1 bedrooms
1
1 bathrooms
1
no dogs allowed
5 star

Idyllic romantic retreat, perfect for two looking for a hideaway on the Isle of Wight, close to Ryde and benefitting from access to the owner’s outdoor heated swimming pool (available seasonally in certain summer months only).

Special features: free internet access, pool ().

Weekly Price from: £290
Next availability:
from 02 November to 15 May 21 from 22 May to 05 June 21

The Cottage at Great East Standen Manor, Arreton, Isle of Wight, English Islands, England

2 bedroom Cottage

sleeps 1 - 5 guests
1 - 5
2 bedrooms
2
2 bathrooms
2
dog-friendly cottage, 2 dog(s) welcome
2

Pretty thatched country cottage with ample character and own garden where you can soak up the naturally beautiful surroundings and listen to birdsong, a delightful rural retreat.

Special features: free internet access, Gold Award Winning Cottage.

Weekly Price from: £400
Next availability:
from 19 September to 03 October 20 from 10 October to 24 October 20

Church House Unique Self-Catering, Freshwater, Isle of Wight, English Islands, England

4 bedroom Self-Catering Chapel Conversion

sleeps 4 - 7 guests
4 - 7
4 bedrooms
4
4 bathrooms
4
no dogs allowed

Unique self-catering chapel conversion in Totland near Freshwater on the Isle of Wight, just half a mile from the local beach.

Special features: free internet access.

Weekly Price from: £650
Next availability:
from 31 August to 04 September 20 from 25 September to 02 October 20

Details of cottages and the location on a map of self-catering accommodation in the Isle of Wight

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.

Isle of Wight, self-catering cottages
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.

Isle of Wight - holiday cottages
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.

Isle of Wight, villa
Roman remains on the Isle of Wight