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Isle of Wight Accommodation For A Winter Getaway

Isle of Wight Accommodation For A Winter Getaway

Whilst every year many will book holidays for the spring and summer months, there are actually so many benefits to organising a winter getaway too and you don’t necessarily need to venture far from home. Simply coming to the Isle of Wight for a long weekend as the weather turns colder can help you to beat the winter blues and enjoy everything that the Island has to offer without having to navigate the masses of tourists that visit during the warmer months.

 

Of course, when you’re arranging a little break for the December to March period, the accommodation you book is likely to differ from what you’d go for in the May to September period and many will swap a campsite for a holiday cottage or hotel. If you’re wanting to book a winter getaway this year and you’re wondering which Isle of Wight accommodation will be best to book, below are some brilliant options to consider.

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Weston Manor

This is a beautifully restored manor house near Freshwater and with comfortable sofas and feature fireplaces, you can easily cosy up here during the colder months. Weston Manor B&B is surrounded by countryside and there are many local walks to coastline locations. This is a brilliant place to stay if you’re organising a group getaway too as you can hire the whole house.

 

Koala Cottage

This is a unique boutique B&B which is perfect for a winter getaway. Koala Cottage is tucked away in one of the prettiest places on the Island, Godshill, and many enjoy wandering around this quintessential English Village. This Isle of Wight accommodation option really is the perfect base if you’re wanting to explore the whole of the Island too.

 

Lakeside Park Hotel

This is a beautiful modern 4-star hotel situated in an ‘area of outstanding beauty’ and it has incredible views, especially in Brasserie that overlooks the picturesque lake. The Lakeside Park Hotel is also a spa, so if you’re wanting to spend some time relaxing on the Island, then it is a brilliant option to consider. This tends to be a really popular choice all year round.

 

The Coach House

This is a newly constructed converted coach house at Ivy Hall and it is situated in the small village of Wootton Bridge. The Coach House is self-catering accommodation and comfortably sleeps four. The Ivy Hall B&B itself is also worth considering if you’re unable to book the Coach House and these two options are in a great location for exploring Ryde and Newport.

 

Buttercup House

This is a large family home offering B&B facilities and it has three bedrooms available to book all year round. Buttercup House is brilliant if you’re looking for somewhere affordable and you will be in the perfect place to see the bays at Totland, Colwell and Freshwater. This part of the Island is generally recognised as the quietest making is perfect for a peaceful break.

 

Old Shanklin Guest House

This is a traditional guest house in the heart of Shanklin Old Village and it is only a five minute walk away from the beach. The owners of the Old Shanklin Guest House offer first-hand walking knowledge of the Island and will gladly recommend some routes off the beaten path for all abilities. Several different tea rooms, pubs and restaurants can be found close by too.

 

Booking your Isle of Wight accommodation

It is fair to say that visiting the Isle of Wight during winter can be just as enjoyable as visiting during the summer. All you need is a couple of extra layers and you will be able to do everything you would at any other time of year. Hopefully, the different Isle of Wight accommodation options above will have given you some inspiration for your getaway and it goes without saying that there is a brilliant solution for absolutely everyone.

 

When organising your Isle of Wight holiday this winter, be sure to check out the rest of our website. Here you will be able to find out everything you need to know about the Island from the best way to spend your days to the local weather forecast. Of course, you will be able to find out more about all of the different Isle of Wight accommodation options mentioned above too and if you have any questions at all about these, don’t hesitate to contact our friendly team and they will gladly help in any way they’re able to.

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