Osborne House

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    Salterns 2: 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 £279

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    Salterns 3: Four 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. 941711)

    7 nights from £379

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    Salterns 4: Six double 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. 940705)

    7 nights from £530

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    Woodpecker Cottage: Marvellous, detached cottage on a working conservation farm surrounded by three nature reserves, in Adgestone near Brading. All ground floor. Patio with furniture. Fantastic walks and bike trails from doorstep. Brading 1.7 miles. (Ref. 913154)

    7 nights from £328

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    4 The Old Post Office Mews: Immaculately-presented Isle of Wight cottage in historic Brading. Open plan accommodation with WiFi. Pubs, shop, restaurants and footpaths on doorstep. Superb transportation links. Ryde 4 miles. (Ref. 10532)

    7 nights from £296

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    3 Old Post Office Mews: Beautifully-presented cottage in Brading. Open plan accommodation. Pubs, shop, restaurants and footpaths on your doorstep. Superb transportation links. Ryde 4 miles. Sandown and Yaverland beach 1.7 miles (Ref. 27600)

    7 nights from £307

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    Five Bells Cottage: An exceptionally beautiful two bed country cottage in the village of Shorwell. Stunning interiors and just 2.8 miles from some spectacular west coast beaches. Village shop opposite and pub nearby. Newport 6 miles. (Ref. 929287)

    7 nights from £449

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    2 Hope Cottages: A welcoming former fisherman's cottage, perfectly located in St Helens, Isle of Wight. Traditional seaside accommodation. Shops, restaurant and pub all on doorstep, beach 1 mile. Ryde 5 miles. (Ref. 22962)

    7 nights from £272

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    1 Hope Cottages: A delightful end-terrace cottage in village location opposite the village green. Well-equipped accommodation. Pub, shop and beach within walking distance. Bembridge 2 miles. (Ref. 949694)

    7 nights from £278

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    The Carthouse: A thoughtfully converted old cart house, on a working farm on the edge of the village of Shorwell, Isle of Wight. Panoramic views of the Downs. Short walk to pub. Beach 2 miles. Newport 6 miles. (Ref. 22110)

    7 nights from £337

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Just show me cottages near Osborne House

If you've paid a visit to the Isle of Wight, you'll know that it's a real contrast to other parts of the UK; easy to get around, drop-dead beautiful and a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life! Perhaps that's why then, that in 1845, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert chose to build a private family home here. Named Osborne House, their grand creation was destined to become a regal retreat away from the pressures of London. And now, over 100 years later, the English Heritage has opened Osborne House to the public, so you can enjoy the majestic delights of this former royal residence all for yourself. Why not pay this glorious abode a visit on your next cottage holiday to the Isle of Wight?

So much to see and do in an Isle of Wight cottage near Osborne House

Explore the numerous private family rooms of Osborne House, from the cosy nursery where Victoria's nine children were raised, to the grand drawing room where the Queen's guests would retire to after dinner to enjoy a spot of charades. If you tire of the house's illustrious interior, take a step into the garden. Curated by Prince Albert and the Queen herself, the garden of Osborne House is a stirring reminder of the couple's fashionable taste. Stroll through the tree lined Valley Path and find Queen Victoria's private beach, Osborne Bay, complete with The Alcove, the Queen's private viewing booth, where she enjoyed views across the stunning strait of Solent. Can you imagine a prettier spot for a cottage holiday?

Discover Osborne House on Isle of Wight cottage holiday

There's no better way to enjoy a holiday on the Isle of Wight than with a self-catering holiday cottage. We've a superb range of Isle of Wight Cottages, perfectly placed for ambles on the beach, lunch in one of the Isle of Wight's charismatic seaside towns or a day-trip to Osborne House. The English Heritage site is open 7 days a week between 10am- 6pm, and includes refreshment venues and picnic areas, so you can really make a day out of your trip to this compelling royal retreat.

If you want to go even further back in time on your Isle of Wight cottage holiday, visit Carisbrooke Castle. A mere 6 miles from Osborne House, this 12th century structure offers visitors a much murkier peep into the island's past!