Dog-friendly cottages on the Isle of Wight
With its iconic white chalk cliffs, golden sandy beaches, and miles of walking trails, the Isle of Wight offers a perfect location for holiday with your dog. Stay at one of our dog-friendly cottages on the Isle of Wight and you'll be ideally placed to explore all the island has to offer.
Fancy a swim in the sea? You’ll find dog-friendly beaches on all sides of the islands from Watcombe Bay to St Helens Duver.
Looking for somewhere to run and play? Mottistone Gardens and Estate is the perfect place for a game of fetch. And after all that exercise, retreat back to your pet-friendly cottage to relax in the garden or sleep in front of the fire.
Sitting high on the iconic Needles Headland is this two-bedroom, pet-friendly cottage. It's one of three cottages in a row of simple, single-storey former coastguard houses and can accommodate two dogs.
Next to Pomone is this slightly larger, three-bedroom cottage. Dog-friendly beach, Watcombe Bay, is a 10-minute drive from here.
The final former coastguard cottage is Varvassi. It has three bedrooms and like the other cottages commands far-reaching views over Totland Bay.
Find a walking trail for you and your canine companion and discover the iconic chalk cliffs along the way.
This spacious seven-bedroom cottage will accommodate family and friends as well as two dogs. It has a large garden which looks out over fields and towards the sea. Dog-friendly beach, Brook, is just a 5-minute drive.
With far-reaching views over the rolling hills of Longstone Valley, this three-bedroom, pet-friendly Edwardian cottage is a real rural retreat for you and pup. It's a 10-minute drive to dog-friendly beaches Compton Bay and Brook.
Discover ancient monuments and panoramic sea views from the coastal cliffs at Sudmoor Point.