Best Isleofwight holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Isleofwight
Macdonald Elmers Court HotelOverlooking the Isle of Wight and the Solent, the 19th-century Macdonald Elmers Court Hotel has an indoor swimming pool, open all year round, as well as a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a spa and gym. Rooms have views over the courtyards or grounds.Book now
Macdonald Elmers Court ResortOffering a seasonal outdoor pool and spa centre, Macdonald Elmers Court Resort is set in Lymington, 25 km from Bournemouth. The resort has a terrace and sauna, and guests can enjoy a drink at the bar. Free private parking is available on site and WiFi is available at an extra fee.Book now
The Grange B&BIn the heart of Shanklin's Old Village, The Grange B&B offers 4-star guest accommodation within a gorgeous Georgian country house listed in the AA's Best British B&B Guide. Less than 1 km from the beach, it offers tranquility, tea/coffee and biscuits supplies available all day, a sauna and various activities.Book now
Chestnut Cottage, Shanklin Rural RetreatFeaturing garden views, Chestnut Cottage, Shanklin Rural Retreat offers accommodation with a garden and a patio, around 700 metres from Shanklin Beach. Boasting free private parking, the holiday home is in an area where guests can engage in activities such as hiking, cycling and fishing.Book now
The old saw pit, Ventnor, Isle of WightThe old saw pit, Ventnor, Isle of Wight is situated in Ventnor, 2.6 km from Ventnor, and features a patio, garden, and free WiFi. Boasting free private parking, the holiday home is in an area where guests can engage in activities such as hiking and cycling.Book now
Beachside Apartment, 1 Pilots PointBoasting sea views, Beachside Apartment, 1 Pilots Point offers accommodation with a balcony and a kettle, around 3.3 km from The Needles Old Battery. This beachfront property offers access to a patio, free private parking and free WiFi.Book now
The Isle of Wight is located off the south coast of England in the English Channel directly opposite the city of Southampton and is now independent. Until 1974 it belonged to the county of Hampshire. The island, whose outline reminds of a rhombus, is about 35 kilometres long and reaches a maximum width of about 20 kilometres. More than 140,000 people live here on a total of 381 square kilometres. In addition, every year, numerous vacationers and tourists come to the island, and many of them book an apartment on the Isle of Wight as a holiday resort. Here you can not only spend a relaxing holiday by the sea, but also visit a whole range of interesting sights. Compared to couchsurfing on the Isle of Wight or a larger holiday resort, a private holiday apartment on the Isle of Wight offers you a maximum of independence. This means that you can organise your holiday as you wish in every respect and do not have to follow the habits and daily rhythm of your hosts or other holidaymakers. To get to your private accommodation on the Isle of Wight, you can use one of the various ferries that take you from the English coast to the island in a short time. For example, the Wightlink catamaran, or “Cat” for short, operates between Portsmouth and Ryde; the journey takes a quarter of an hour. From Southsea you can also take the Hovertravel hovercraft to Ryde within ten minutes. There is also a ferry service between Cowes and Southampton (twenty minutes drive) and car ferries from Lymington, Portsmouth and Southampton.
Wide range of apartments on the Isle of Wight
If you are looking for private holiday homes on the Isle of Wight, you can choose between different locations spread across the island. But no matter which apartment on the Isle of Wight you choose, thanks to the well developed road network and the short distances on the island, you will never be far away from the tourist highlights that can be seen here. Each of the places on the island has its own character. Book an Apartment in Newport and have a look at the “capital” of the island or move into accommodation in Cowes, which is mainly known for its marina. Or opt for a holiday apartment in Ryde, a seaside resort on the coast of the Isle of Wight. The ruins of a Roman villa in Brading prove that the Isle of Wight was already inhabited in ancient times. The Island Line from Ryde Pier Head to Shanklin is, by the way, one of the shortest British railway lines with a length of just 13.6 kilometres.
Ideal for festival and regatta guests : private accommodation on the Isle of Wight
Private accommodation on the Isle of Wight is also a good place to stay for spectators and participants of well-known sailing events such as Cowes Week in August, the Admiral’s Cup in July or the Commodore’s Cup in August. Even if you would like to come to the Isle of Wight Festival, which has been taking place regularly on the island for several years now, a private holiday apartment on the Isle of Wight is well suited for this. And if you want to make a stopover on the other side of the English Channel in the capital of France, you will find the right apartment in Paris. Take a look at our offers and book the apartment you like best!