Situated in two parts of a Victorian house right on Cowes seafront, Rosetta Cottage has views you'll love of the harbour and out to sea beyond. Perfect for large family gatherings, there's plenty of room for everyone and the cottage comfortably sleeps 10.
This beautiful 19th-century former farm worker's cottage is located in a truly breath taking location where you can take in the dramatic views of the nearby white cliffs and the sea at Compton Bay. A cosy retreat, the cottage is ideally located for a traditional seaside break and you can head out on coastal walks from the door.
Knowles Farm is a traditional stone cottage located at St Catherine's Point, the Isle of Wight’s most southerly tip. If you're looking for somewhere remote and reassuringly quiet, with a wild rocky coast and wonderful views over nearby fields and out to sea, Knowles Farm is for you.
You can almost travel back in time at Chert, a really unusual 1970s holiday home that will wow you with splendid sea views from the first floor and fabulous 70s styling (there's even an orange bathroom). The house is well-placed for walkers keen to explore the nearby coastal paths on foot, and there's miles of open countryside on the doorstep to enjoy.
Imagine how previous coastguards lived, when you stay at Varvassi, one of a row of former coastguard cottages located high up on The Needles Headland. Perfect for a peaceful coastal break, this secluded property is located on the fringe of 370 acre area of open downland that's ideal for exploring with our walking trail.