Some ideas for where to stay
The beautiful Isle of Wight places to stay – just click on the name if you are interested and would like more information or even to book, Alternatively search Isle of Wight for a number of beautiful properties
No24 is a small hotel in the centre of Ventnor, on the south coast of the Isle of Wight. Guests are served a choice of breakfasts in our coffee & tea shop that opens to non-residents between 10:30 to 16:00. After 6 the space transforms into a cocktail and wine bar so our resident and non-resident guests can enjoy a pre-dinner drink or spend the evening with us if they have a special event to celebrate….
Ralph’s Spa Barn is a delightful private barn conversion situated in its own grounds with gardens and parking. The Barn is situated in beautiful rural countryside on the outskirts of Newport, the principal town of the Isle of Wight. Our aim is to provide luxurious self catering accommodation with those little added extras! Indulge in our 49′ state of the art flat screen TV whilst setting the mood with the barn’s intelligent colour change lighting, or book a treatment from our visiting therapist in your mirrored bedroom and then, of course relax in your own fabulous, private hot tub situated in the Summer House.
If you like walking or cycling, then this property is ideally situated. Centrally located on the Island, this converted Barn offers comfort with all modern amenities. Wood floors throughout and beams in the comfy lounge with an open plan kitchen and dining area. Surrounded by fields and stunning views, there is the opportunity to see wildlife on your doorstep. Ideal for families and couples, young and mature.
A welcome pack of Tea, Coffee, Milk and Sugar as well as a small selection of Beer, Lager and Wine is supplied. Our minimum night stay is 4 nights.
Breakers Sound Cottage nestles in the heart of the St Lawrence Undercliff. A sought after location officially recognised as an area of outstanding natural beauty, making it an ideal location to explore the coastal and country walks and the many attractions of the island. Breakers sound is a 250 year old, grade two listed thatched cottage, with stunning sea views across the english channel. Situated within ¾ of an acre of mature manicured gardens. The cottage is completely surrounded with mature gardens and lawned areas. There are two main patio areas, one with a goldfish pond and waterfall feature. A further raised sun terrace with stunning sea views.
Marine Villa, The Art Deco House.
A whole house let consisting of 6 Large Bedrooms, Stunning Views, Luxurious Glamour Of A Bygone Age, The Marine Villa offers luxury self catering family holiday accommodation for 14 adults and up to 5 children. Highest Grade Award by English Tourist Board ( 5 Stars, GOLD STANDARD ) Open Britain Mobility Grade 1 & 2 offering spectacular sea views over Sandown Bay towards Culver Cliff, this magnificent villa was built in 1929, as a luxurious gentleman’s residence. Noted local architect, Ernest Smith, was commissioned to take full advantage of the cliff-top location and exceptionally sunny climate to produce one of the Isle of Wight’s premium properties. He designed a grand detached house with decadently proportioned rooms: all main living and bedrooms have large windows topped by stained glass detail, framing the vistas. Art Deco influences include an upstairs sun room with huge sliding picture windows to enjoy the breathtaking sunrises by day and bay illuminations by night. Huge stained glass windows bring out the oak-panelled hallway, magnificent staircase and gallery landing.
Highcliff Cottage “a stunning clifftop retreat”
Probably the best view on the Isle of Wight. Highcliff Cottage at Luccombe is the dream holiday retreat, secluded and tranquil with 180 degree sea views. Situated 100m above the shoreline between Shanklin and Ventnor, Highcliff Cottage opened for guests in 2018. Designed in the boathouse style, the beautiful detailing inside and out makes for a spectacular holiday on the Isle of Wight. The famous Isle of Wight Coastal Path is outside the front gate.
Highcliff Cottage sits adjacent to the 1870’s built Highcliff House. The cottage is located in one of the Isle of Wight’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The road terminates outside the cottage so the sound of bird song is all that you will hear. A bespoke timber cottage with a large deck overlooking the sea, every detail has been interior designed in the boat house style for a relaxing holiday feel. Although a cliche, the 180 degree sea view is an ever changing spectacle. Whether it’s just the light reflecting off the sea, a storm thrashing up the waves hammering the shoreline or the myriad of passing yachts, cruise ships and other vessels, there is always something drawing your attention out to sea. Wake up early and watch a stunning sunrise, or in the evening have a glass of wine on the deck as the golden light of the setting sun bounces off the white chalk of Culver Cliff across Sandown Bay. The vibrant blues, greys, greens and turquoises of the sea are a mesmerising vista. At night the lights of Shanklin and Sandown illuminate the darknesss and the Esplanade street lights mark out the arc of the bay. The flashing lights of the Nab Tower, which marks the entrance to the Solent, which all large ships steer by, flicker off shore, as do the twinkling lights of towns and navigation markers all along the English south coast, from the Witterings to Brighton. In winter, when the air is thin, the night lights of the mainland south coast are particularly bright and stunning. If you happen to be here during a full moon, seeing it rise up over the English Channel at night is an extraordinary sight. The horizon is curved, the moon is spherical and you realise you are standing on a planet floating around in a much larger universe.