Featured properties on Isle of Wight

  • £76.40

    Average price per night

    The Leconfield, Ventnor
    9.4 Superb 196 reviews
    Description The Leconfield in Ventnor features 5-star accommodation with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a garden. This 5-star hotel offers free WiFi.

    "Very friendly warm welcome very comfortable room with lovely linen and towels and comfortable bed."

    Jan. Spain
  • £70

    Average price per night

    One Holyrood, Newport
    9.0 Superb 124 reviews
    Description Situated in Newport, within 1.5 km of Carisbrooke Castle and 3.8 km of Robin Hill, One Holyrood offers accommodation with a garden, free WiFi.

    "Very comfy bed, quirky retro decor, friendly staff and amazing breakfast."

    Natalie. United Kingdom
  • £99

    Average price per night

    North House, Cowes
    9.5 Exceptional 298 reviews
    Description Set in Cowes, North House is 14 km from Osborne House and features various facilities, such as an outdoor swimming pool, a tennis court and a garden.

    "Great staff and great hotel. I have been back many times"

    Fredrik. United Kingdom
  • 9.8 Exceptional 154 reviews
    Description Shoreside inn is a 4-star property situated in Shanklin, facing the sea. This 4-star hotel offers free WiFi. Each room comes with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels.

    "We've had a very warm welcome at the Shoreside Inn by our hosts, Jo and Andy, a beautiful large room with view onto the sea and a large shower, and an excellent breakfast (the home made orange marmalade..."

    Markus. Germany
  • £80

    Average price per night

    Villa Rothsay Hotel, Cowes
    9.1 Superb 189 reviews
    Description Offering views of the nearby sailing boats, Villa Rothsay Hotel is located in Cowes, Isle of Wight. Free WiFi access is available, as well as free parking.

    "Atmosphere, attention, hospitality, interiere. Perfect breakfast, beautiful garden"

    Andrej. Switzerland
  • £50

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    Sentry Mead Hotel, Totland
    9.8 Exceptional 342 reviews
    Description Situated in Totland Bay on the Isle of Wight, this award-winning property offers free Wi-Fi in all areas and benefits from free private parking on site.

    "Very comfortable bed and excellent breakfast"

    Amy. United Kingdom
  • £89

    Average price per night

    The Wight Mouse Inn, Chale
    9.1 Superb 460 reviews
    Description Commanding far-reaching views over the English Channel, the Wight Mouse Inn is peacefully located amid grassy downs just 15 minutes’ drive from Ventnor.

    "Relaxed atmosphere, large room size, friendly staff with a great team approach, very large garden restaurant, and play area for the kids, great food all day and cateted beautifully for large groups."

    Sandra Thompson. Australia
  • 9.3 Superb 232 reviews
    Description Set in attractive gardens, The Havelock offers a Mediterranean-style pool and en suite rooms, some have a sea view. There is some free private parking, and the seafront is close by.

    "Fabulous location, wonderful warm welcome and excellent cooked breakfasts"

    Jane. United Kingdom
  • The Clifton


    9.1 Superb 151 reviews
    Description With a beautiful cliff top location, The Clifton boasts views over Sandown Bay from its conservatory lounge and garden. Leading onto Keats's Green, it has a bistro that uses local produce in its menu....

    "The relaxed atmosphere and friendly staff were very noticeable. Breakfast was marvellous and all other food most enjoyable and plentiful. The garden is beautiful and sea view amazing."

    Susan. United Kingdom
  • £410

    Average price per night

    Haven Hall Boutique Hotel and Flats, Shanklin
    9.6 Exceptional 53 reviews
    Description Situated within 2 acres of land, Haven Hall Country House & Flats offers accommodation in Shanklin. The property is located on the cliff top, offering views of the sea, cliffs and the bay.

    "Haven Hall is just that, a haven. If you are looking for a stress free, tranquil, relaxing break then you must stay here. David and Arielle are the most amazing hosts, nothing is too much trouble for..."

    Alison Edney. United Kingdom

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Isle of Wight highlights

Annual music festivals
The Isle of Wight Festival and Bestival draw in some of the world’s best live acts and streams of festival-goers each summer.
Sailing at Cowes Week
A historic regatta, Cowes Week includes 40 daily races and up to 1000 boats, manned by over 8000 Olympic-level and amateur sailors.
Award-winning beaches
Some of Europe’s best beaches can be found along these 57 miles of coastline. Shanklin, Sandown and Ventnor’s esplanades spill over with cafés and shops.
Hiking and views along picturesque paths
Explore the island's coastal paths and forest trails. Alverstone Walk leads from Sandown, through 2 nature reserves and past a red squirrel hide.
Water-sports on the English Channel’s shores
From leisurely to extreme, the isle offers water-sport activities to suit all levels. Popular sports include surfing, jet-skiing, kayaking and sailing.
Dig up history on "Dinosaur Island
Due to its large discoveries of fossils, the Isle of Wight has been nicknamed "Dinosaur Island". Hotspots include Compton Bay and Yaverland.
Animal attractions
The isle’s farms, parks and zoos offer the chance to observe bird-of-prey displays and more exotic species including flamingos, parrots and penguins.
Ventnor Botanic Garden
A wide variety of plants can be found within this Mediterranean-like microclimate. The surrounding Undercliff offers a scenic coastal landscape.
Fort Victoria
Dating from the 1850s, this barracks was built to protect the Solent’s shores. It now houses an aquarium, planetarium and underwater archaeology centre.
Isle Of Wight history
Top picks include some of the isle’s Roman villas, beautiful castles and Osborne House, Queen Victoria's seaside retreat.

Wonders of Wordplay and Nature’s Way

With dramatic cliffs and unspoilt countryside, the Isle of Wight sits off England’s south coast. Ferries from Southampton cross The Solent to Cowes, a sleepy port which bursts into life during its annual regatta – Cowes Week.

Over the inlet is Osborne House, Queen Victoria’s summer home, while Henry VIII was behind the construction of the castle in Yarmouth. Neighbouring Freshwater is the closest town to the multi-coloured sands of Alum Bay. Next door are the Needles which you can’t thread, as the Wonders of the Isle of Wight saying goes. These eroded white cliff formations, one with a lighthouse, extend into the English Channel at the island’s south-western tip.

Near the southern tip is Chale, next to Blackgang Chine children’s amusement park, and close to Ventnor, on a hill sloping to the sea. Around the coast are the most popular beach resorts: Sandown with its nature reserve, and Shanklin with its cute Old Village and the most Isle of Wight hotels with indoor pools on Booking.com. Seaview also has a nature reserve, and nearby Ryde is a Victorian beach resort whose long pier is the docking point for ferries from Portsmouth.

Other hotels on the Isle of Wight are found in Wootton Bridge, with its steam railway, and the county town Newport, home to Carisbrooke Castle.