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A delightful Victorian cottage in the heart of Ryde. Original and vintage features throughout. Woodburning stove, enclosed garden. Ten minutes' walk to the beach, boutique shops, pubs, restaurants and cafés. Newport 7 miles. (Ref. 924463)
7 nights from £291Book Now
Ten single storey cottages situated on the Salterns Holiday Village in Seaview on the stunning Isle of Wight. Nature Reserve and licensed bar and cafe-on site. Beautiful setting and relaxed atmosphere. Beaches, shops and restaurants within 1 mile. (Ref. 940706)
7 nights from £319Book Now
An immaculately-presented, south-facing studio, a fabulous self-catering apartment. Elevated position above delightful seaside town of Ventnor. Panoramic coastal views. Newport 10 miles. (Ref. 953360)
7 nights from £326Book Now
Former schoolhouse in the small village of Binstead, near Ryde. WiFi, enclosed courtyard. Stunning countryside walks. Shop and pub 4 mins walk. (Ref. 936364)
7 nights from £312Book Now
Stunning Georgian villa in Ryde. 8 mins from beach, shops, pubs, restaurants, cafés. Contemporary and spacious living accommodation, original features. Coastal views from the master bedroom. (Ref. 917394)
7 nights from £757Book Now
Located on the Southern coast of the Isle of Wight, Sandown is the perfect destination for your next cottage holiday, offering everything you'd expect from a traditional British seaside resort.
The Isle of Wight is regarded to be one of the richest sites for prehistoric remains in Europe and Sandown has plenty to offer for those wanting to learn about the area's Jurassic history. Dinosaur Isle, located in Sandown, is a great attraction for those wanting to learn about the island's old inhabitants and houses a great collection of fossils. Afterwards, why not head down to Sandown's Yaverland Beach and discover some remains of your own? The beach is a great location to go fossil hunting, whether you're walking your dog or are taking the kids for a day at the beach.
Sandown is home to an excellent selection of restaurants and eateries, meaning there is something to suit all tastes and preferences. For those visiting in the summer months, Sandown carnival, which usually takes place in the months of July and August, is a great event for all ages with both day processions and an illuminated evening event. Dating back to 1889, the carnival is believed to be one of the oldest and friendliest on the island.
We have a great range of cottages to rent in Sandown, from dog-friendly cottages to properties with a breath taking coastal view. If you need help finding the ultimate self-catering accommodation, our travel experts are here to help on 01244 356666.