Where To Stay On Your Self Catering Isle Of Wight Holiday
Planning an Isle Of Wight holiday is undeniably exciting and whether you’re visiting in summer or winter, there will be so many amazing things to do and places to see on the Island. Of course, when you’re organising a holiday, one of the first things you will need to arrange is accommodation and thankfully, the Island doesn’t disappoint in this regard and there is an incredibly vast range of different accommodation options to choose from.
It isn’t uncommon for people to prefer booking self-catering accommodation when visiting the Isle of Wight and this tends to be more popular than full board options. Usually, this is because people will spend all day out and about exploring the Island, and there are also a number of brilliant local restaurants that are worth a visit too. If you’re planning an Isle Of Wight holiday and you’re looking for self-catering accommodation inspiration, keep reading today.
For many who are booking a self-catering Isle of Wight holiday, a holiday cottage will be their first accommodation choice. When you book a holiday cottage, you will get a whole home to yourself and it is the perfect family-friendly option for groups of all sizes.
There are a number of different holiday cottages across the Island, both nestled in the countryside and on the seafront, so you will have plenty to choose from. When opting for a holiday cottage, take a look at the following companies;
With such a vast selection of holiday homes/cottages available to hire, all of which are kept to a high standard, there really is something for absolutely everyone.
Another brilliant option when booking a self-catering Isle of Wight holiday is a glamping site and they are becoming increasingly popular. All glamping sites will differ slightly and the accommodation itself will come in all shapes and sizes.
On the Island, there is a selection of glamping sites and as they become a more frequently chosen accommodation option, there are more and more popping up too. Some brilliant glamping sites that you should look into include;
- Tom’s Eco Lodges
- The Garlic Farm
- Glamping The Wight Way
- Sibbecks Farm Glamping
You will probably be surprised just how inviting some of these glamping options look and it is fair to say that they are all a real step up from a sleeping bag in a tent.
Whenever you’re booking a self-catering Isle of Wight holiday it is always worthwhile looking at holiday parks too. You will be able to hire static caravans, lodges, log cabins, or something along these lines, and they usually have fully equipped kitchens for you to use.
Here on the Island, there are a number of different award-winning holiday parks for you to stay at and they are all in great locations. If you’re interested in holiday parks and the accommodation that they offer, be sure to look at;
- The Lakes Rookley
- Woodside Coastal Retreat and Woodside Bay Lodge Retreat
- St Helens Coastal Resort
- Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park
There are lots of different holiday parks, some with sea views and others in areas of outstanding natural beauty, all of which are loved by holidaymakers, so you will have plenty of options.
This is a bit of a wildcard option, but if you’re wanting to make your self-catering Isle of Wight holiday unique, why not consider hiring a traditional VW Campervan instead of booking a standard accommodation option. You really can explore the whole of the Island when you have a campervan and you won’t be restricted by your base location.
Booking accommodation for your Isle Of Wight holiday
Hopefully, the different accommodation options mentioned above will have given you some ideas when searching for somewhere to book for your Isle Of Wight holiday. Of course, depending on the number of people you’re booking the holiday for or what your individual needs are in relation to accommodation, some of these options may be more suitable for you than others, but they are all worth considering.
If you’re wondering what else is available accommodation-wise, be sure to scroll through the rest of our website. From hotels and B&Bs to caravan and camping sites, we have put together information on a vast range of different accommodation options, so you can explore everything that the Island offers in this regard. Whilst on our website, be sure to check out our other blogs for Isle of Wight holiday inspiration too.