Escape for an island cottage holiday in Chale on the Isle of Wight. Set on the southern coast, this part of the Isle of Wight is popular for its rugged scenery and attractions. One such recommended destination for a base is the village of Chale. Found at the foot of St. Catherine's Down, the views alone are worth the trip.
About Self-Catering Holidays in Chale
Chale Green Stores (a five-minute drive) serves as the village general store, but it is so much more than that, with its deli, in-store bakery and café selling seasonal local produce. A popular pub welcomes visitors who want to quench their thirst or have a meal with terrific views thrown in. St. Andrew's Church is an imposing building with origins in the 14th century. Chale Bay was the scene of several shipwrecks in times past, and victims are buried in the churchyard.
Attractions to Discover From Chale
• If you're a keen walker, join the Tennyson Trail (named after a former Isle of Wight resident, the poet, Lord Tennyson) or see St. Catherine's Lighthouse.
• If you want a different perspective, get a ticket for the Island Coaster, which stops at various points on the island, giving you the freedom to hop on and off.
• If you’re holidaying with children, Blackgang Chine amusement park has the distinction of being the very first park of its kind to open in Britain, back in 1843. This park wows families with its rides, roller coaster, pirate ship and moving dinosaurs. You could also enjoy a trip to the Victorian town of Ventnor and the nearby botanical gardens there.
Whether you're taking a romantic break, holidaying with friends or taking a trip with your family, we hope you have the best of times in or near to Chale on the fantastic holiday island of the Isle of Wight.
Book a Chale cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Isle of Wight on holiday.