The Isle of Wight is situated about five miles off the south coast of the English mainland and resembles a diamond in shape. It measures just 23 miles east to west and 13 miles north to south. There is over 60 miles of coastline, ranging from award-winning blue flag beaches to spectacular chalk cliffs. Whether it be by sea or on horse, bike or foot, there are many ways to explore the Isle of Wight. However you travel you will find remnants of a long and rich history nestled in towns and villages or surrounded by Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Steeped in history with stunning unspoilt scenery and a wealth of attractions, the Isle of Wight is a very popular holiday destination. From historic sites to natural delights, music festivals and major national events, it is a unique holiday destination. With over half the Island being designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and superb events on offer including the Isle of Wight Festival, Cowes Week, Bestival and The Isle of Wight Walking & Cycling Festivals, this unique holiday destination has something for everyone.
Please click on any photographs shown to view details of holiday cottages with a swimming pool in the Isle of White. Additional self-catering cottages in the Isle of White can be found via the Feature Pages.