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Our Isle of Wight Travel Guide includes… Places to stay, things to do and walks on the Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight is a fantastic destination for that much-needed retreat. Enjoy the escapism of being on an island, with the shores of Hampshire are just three miles away.

It’s a real gem of the South Coast, packed with awe-inspiring natural beauty and pristine, award-winning beaches. Its mild climate and relaxed atmosphere makes it a great choice for a holiday destination all-year-round.

Be spoilt for choice by 13 magical, diverse beaches, including Shanklin and Sandown. 70 miles of coastline offers something for everybody, from astounding natural beauty to compelling history. Osborne House in Cowes is a stunning Italian-inspired mansion steeped in history, while Dinosaur Isle is a hit with families. There is also a choice of bustling towns to discover, like Ventnor, Newport and Freshwater.

Our useful Isle of Wight Travel Guide is sure to keep you busy during your cottage holiday.

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