Whether you’re a thrill seeker, archaeology buff or sea lover, there’s something for you and your loved ones on the Isle of Wight.
Whether you want a little bit of luxury by the sea in Shanklin Bay, or the small town buzz of Cowes is more your thing, there are plenty of options. You could even use a homely cottage as the base to go hunting for dinosaur fossils! Find your ideal home from home, whether that be a modern property, a secluded cottage in a rural locations or a coastal holiday home with spectacular sea views, you can find what you’re looking for by browsing our collection of hand-picked Isle of Wight properties. Search and discover the most beautiful locations including the West Bay Club & Spa for all interests with the help of our featured destinations, each offering an array of beautiful properties to ensure you find the perfect place to stay for your next trip to the Isle of Wight.
Resting at the Northern tip of the Isle of Wight and playing host to the biggest and oldest sailing regatta in the world, the vibrant seaport of Cowes is ideal for a holiday by the sea.
With a beautiful pebble beach, dramatic chalk cliffs and many adventure opportunities, including zorbing, Freshwater has something for everyone and is an idyllic destination on the Isle of Wight.
Lined with pretty thatched cottages and quaint tea rooms, Godshill is the perfect spot for a romantic break in the heart of the Isle of Wight.
Considered the capital of the Isle of Wight, Newport’s history and stunning quayside make it a great location for a relaxed getaway.
Often referred to as the gateway to the Isle of Wight, Ryde is a typically charming seaside town featuring an extensive sandy beach and the oldest pier in the UK.
The hub of Sandown Bay is a truly quintessential seaside town, known for its glorious beaches and attractive seafront, it’s an idyllic spot for a seaside getaway.
Idyllically placed on Sandown Bay, Shanklin is a traditional seaside resort offering the best of both worlds, from relaxing, scenic strolls to adventurous water sports activities.
This Victorian seaside resort sits at the highest point if the Isle of Wight, offering vintage shops and a delightful microclimate, that allows stunning tropical plants to grow and thrive.
With its picture-perfect seafront, the historic port of Yarmouth enchants visitors with its charming ambience and much to see and do.