Thatched self catering cottages Isle of Wight

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Scott's Cottage,

Arreton, Isle of Wight, England
sleeps  4 sleeps 4
2 bedrooms 2 bedrooms
2 bathrooms 2 bathrooms
2 dogs welcome  2 dogs
family friendly family friendly

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.

5 (2 reviews)
ground floor bedroomensuite(s)
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TVDishwasherWashing machineMicrowaveFree WifiEnclosed GardenParking
7 nights from £525
Next available: 04 May - 7 nights
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The Cottage at Great East Standen Manor,

Arreton, Isle of Wight, England
sleeps  4 sleeps 4
2 bedrooms 2 bedrooms
2 bathrooms 2 bathrooms
2 dogs welcome  2 dogs
family friendly family friendly

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.

5 (1 reviews)
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Gold Award Winning CottageTVDishwasherWashing machineMicrowaveFree WifiEnclosed GardenParking
7 nights from £525
Next available: 01 Jun - 7 nights
* Price quoted is not inclusive of any applicable booking fees or local charges.

A visitor to the Isle of Wight soon notices the large number of pretty period cottages, many of which are thatched and have climbers rambling around the cottage door. Certain villages such as Godshill in the centre of the island are famed for their thatched cottages and rural character.

Thatched cottages are available to rent on the Isle of Wight in villages and out in tranquil rural locations. Everywhere is under half an hour's drive to the coast, rent a thatched coastal cottage and walk to the beach. The Isle of Wight is a place in England where time appears to have stood still. Many of the roads would be described as 'country lanes', the pace of life is slower and old English traditions and manners continue in the way of past decades. It is a place worth visiting for a holiday and indeed as a place to live permanently. The local people are so pleasant and helpful, the scenery lovely and with such a choice of good beaches that few other English holiday destinations can compare.

Book a thatched cottage for a self-catering break on the Isle of Wight and return albeit for a week or less to a romantic past. Enjoy gentle strolls, a boat trip around the Needles, visit National Trust and English Heritage properties, dine in fine inns and pubs. There is no need for passports, changing currency or any of the hassle of a holiday abroad. The ferry service to the island is efficient and short. The Isle of Wight is deservedly a much loved holiday destination for those seeking romance, tranquillity and beautiful countryside.