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Some of The Quirkiest Places To Stay On The Isle of Wight

When organising a holiday to the Isle of Wight, once you have decided the dates you’re going to book, one of the biggest decisions you will need to make is where you’re going to stay. These days, you have so many different accommodation options, from holiday cottages and caravan parks to bed and breakfasts, it is easy to be spoilt for choice. Not to mention the many different amenities that come with some of these accommodation options too, such as hot tubs and swimming pools.

 

If you usually stay in holiday parks or classic hotels when you’re on holiday and you’re looking for something a little bit more unique when travelling to the Isle of Wight, keep reading today. Below you will find a list of some of the quirkiest places to stay on the Isle of Wight. You can guarantee that no matter what your interests may be or who you’re travelling with, there really is something for absolutely everyone in this list.

 

No Man’s Fort

 

Why not stay in a converted fort that was originally constructed to protect the UK from invasion from the French? Not only is No Man’s Fort now beautifully decorated, but it is also on its own private island which you have to access by boat. To make it even more unique, the fort even has its own lighthouse, this accommodation is incredibly popular so book in advance to avoid disappointment.

 

Woodside Bay Treehouses

 

At Woodside Bay Lodge Retreat, which is situated on the North-East shores of the Isle of Wight, you will find some incredible treehouses. Not only do these unique treehouses look beautiful, and probably like nothing you’ve ever seen before, but they are also fully equipped with everything you could possibly need, including a private hot tub.

 

VW Campervan

 

One of the most amazing things about the Isle of Wight is that you can easily see everything that the island has to offer, so why not book accommodation that can travel with you? VW campervan hire is a completely different option to consider and with accommodation like this, you will be free to explore wherever you would like on the island.

 

Mole Cottage

 

If you’re looking for a private place to stay on the Isle of Wight that is off the beaten track, take a look at Mole cottage. This cute thatched cottage was built in 1927 and has breathtaking panoramic sea views. This holiday cottage has been modernised inside but the exterior remains picturesque. It can easily tick all of your boxes.

 

Harbour View Hotel

 

Whilst it may not necessarily be quirky, the Harbour View Hotel is such an incredible place to stay it has to make it on this list. This Victorian period building is probably situated in one of the best locations on the island and the hotel is aptly named, because the views of the sea you will get from your window are incredible.

 

Garlic Farm Yurts

 

You may have heard of the Garlic Farm, it is a popular place to visit in the Isle of Wight but you can actually stay here too. They have beautiful handmade yurts that you can stay in which are located in a private field behind the farm. Not only is the inside of these yurts incredibly spacious and flooded with natural light from a huge round roof window but each design is completely unique too.

 

Booking a place to stay on the Isle of Wight

 

It goes without saying that not only does the Isle of Wight offer every single type of holiday accommodation for the modern-day tourist and holidaymaker, but it also has some incredibly unique and quirky places to stay too. If you would like to find out more about any of the different places to stay mentioned above, or if you’d be interested in exploring some other options available, visit the isleofwight.com website today.

 

Here at isleofwight.com we can help you find the perfect accommodation for your holiday, on our website you will find every type of accommodation imaginable and with a vast selection of locations to choose from, you can trust that we will definitely have something for you. In the unlikely event that you can’t find a place to stay on the Isle of Wight via our website, simply get in touch and a member of our friendly team will gladly assist you further in this regard.