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64 Log Cabins in Isle of Wight

Diverse and beautiful, the Isle of Wight is great for walking, cycling, sailing and days on the beach. An ideal place for family holidays. Visit Osborne House, Queen Victoria's summer residence, and Carisbrooke Castle, or hunt out dinosaur fossils.

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13 Sandown Bay Holiday Centre 6

Sandown, Isle of Wight, South of England

13 Sandown Bay Holiday Centre From £419 Availability

Chalet 13 is decorated with a true nautical theme and is situated in a wonderful place within the park. The chalet has parking directly outside the front door with plenty of outside space for you to enjoy your surroundings. The chalet is a short walk to the coastal path which allows for many hours of cliff top walks and a very short walk to the large beach which is dog friendly all year round. The chalet sleeps 5 and has everything you will need for your stay except guests must bring towels. Guests will have access to the entire property Sandown is an old English seaside town with a Pier and amusement arcade, crazy golf, dinosaur museum, zoo and plenty of seaside shops The number 8 bus stops just outside the site with hourly trips to Newport and Ryde Electricity is paid for via a coin meter that takes 1 and 2 coins. In the summer it costs between 1.50 and 2 per day however in the colder months with all of the heating on this can be considerable more.

3 Sandown Bay Holiday Centre 6

Sandown, Isle of Wight, South of England

3 Sandown Bay Holiday Centre From £419 Availability

Our Chalet is bright, airy and comfy as well as having every provision for you holiday with us. The chalet has 2 bedrooms containing a double and a set of bunks sleeping 4 and a sofa bed in the living area that sleeps 2 so 6 people can sleep very comfortably. The chalet has a small patio to the front with a bench and is a short walk from the wonderful beaches of Sandown. The chalet is ideally located for exploring the island and is also located on transport routes to make exploring easier. Guests have access to the entire property Sandown is an old English seaside town with a Pier, Crazy Golf, Dinosaur Museum, Zoo, large playground and lots of seaside shops. The number 8 bus stops at the entrance to the site and runs hourly between Newport and Ryde. Electricity is paid for via a coin meter that takes 1 and 2 coins. In the summer it costs between 1.50 and 2 per day but in the winter with all of the radiators on it will cost considerably more.

49 Sandown Bay Holiday Centre 6

Sandown, Isle of Wight, South of England

49 Sandown Bay Holiday Centre From £419 Availability

Our Amazing Chalet is bright, airy and comfy as well as having every provision for you holiday with us. The chalet has 2 bedrooms containing a double and a set of bunks sleeping 4 and a sofa bed in the living area that sleeps 2 so 6 people can sleep very comfortably. The chalet is close to the cliff with sea views and is a short walk from the wonderful beaches of Sandown. The chalet is ideally located for exploring the island and is also located on transport routes to make exploring easier. The guests have access to the entire property We are available to help you throughout your stay. We can be reached on the number provided to you. Sandown is an old seaside town that boasts a long pier with amusement arcades, a zoo, dinosaur museum, crazy golf, childrens play park and many seaside shops. The number 8 bus passes the site hourly as it travels between Newport and Ryde The electricity in the chalet is paid for via a coin meter, that takes 1 and 2 coins, which you will need to top up during your stay. The average cost is about 1.50 per day however it will be considerably higher in the colder months when the heating is being used.. You will have some electricity for when you arrive and we have more 1 coins available should you need some.

83 Sandown Bay Holiday Centre 6

Sandown, Isle of Wight, South of England

83 Sandown Bay Holiday Centre From £419 Availability

Our Chalet is bright and colourful and has every item to make your stay wonderful. We are situated at the front of the park with parking outside the front door. The chalet has 2 bedrooms sleeping 4 people and a sofa bed for 2 making it ideal for a party of 6. The chalet has heating and TV and has all amenities. The site is 1 mile from Sandown and on top of miles of sandy beaches. The site is ideally located for exploring the Island and is situated along major transport routes. Guest will have access to the entire property. We can be contacted by phone during your entire stay. Sandown is an old seaside town with a large amusement pier, zoo, crazy golf, dinosaur museum and loads of seaside shops. The number 8 bus passes the site hourly as it travels between Newport and Ryde The electricity in the chalet is paid for via a coin meter that takes 1 and 2 coins, which you will need to top up during your stay. The average cost is about 1.50 per day but can be considerably more in the colder months when the heating is on. You will have some electricity for when you arrive and we have more 1 coins available should you need some.

Adrift Lodge 6

Cowes, Isle Of Wight, South of England

Adrift Lodge From £389 Availability

Adrift Lodge. Two bedrooms. Sleeps 4–6. Lodge style holiday home with one double with ensuite shower and one twin. Bathroom. Additional sleeping for two in the lounge area. Dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah with outdoor furniture. No pets.

Alder Lodge 5

Shanklin, Isle of Wight, South of England

Alder Lodge From £399 Availability

Alder Lodge. Three bedrooms. Sleeps 5. Luxury lodge with one double with ensuite shower, one twin and one single. Bathroom with bath and shower. DVD. Dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Towels provided. Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah. No pets.

Alverstone 8

Ryde, Isle Of Wight, South of England

Alverstone From £439 Availability

Alverstone. Four bedrooms. Sleeps 8. Spacious lodge with one king size four poster and one double, both with stylish ensuite shower and two twin. Large bathroom with bath and overhead shower. Contemporary open plan living space with solid wood floors and a rustic electric woodburner in the lounge, modern kitchen, breakfast bar and spacious dining area. Patio doors leading to a spacious decking area, perfect for al fresco dining. Ideal for a relaxing break with large families or groups.

Alverstone Premier 8

Ryde, Isle Of Wight, South of England

Alverstone Premier From £1053 Availability

Alverstone Premier. Four bedrooms. Sleeps 8. Spacious lodge with one king size four poster and one double both with stylish ensuite shower and two twin. Large bathroom with bath and overhead shower. Contemporary open plan living space including solid wood floors and a rustic electric woodburner in the lounge, modern kitchen, breakfast bar and spacious dining area. Patio doors leading to a spacious decking area perfect for al fresco dining with outdoor hot tub. Ideal for a relaxing break with large families or large groups.

Aspen Lodge 6

Shanklin, Isle of Wight, South of England

Aspen Lodge From £369 Availability

Aspen Lodge. Three bedrooms. Sleeps 6. Superior lodge with one double with ensuite shower and two twin. Bathroom with bath and shower. DVD. Dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Towels provided. Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah. No pets.

Badgers Oak, The Water Mill 6

Calbourne, Isle of Wight, South of England

Badgers Oak, The Water Mill From £269 Availability

Badgers Oak at Calbourne Water Mill is a luxury eco-house set within the grounds of the only working water mill on the island. Badgers Oak is built with a log cabin feel, from cedar and larch with wooden floors. These luxury homes are environmentally friendly with geo-thermal underground heating and bio-bubble treatment for waste, which then gets converted to organic matter and fed back to the earth. Internally, Badgers Oak is furnished to a high standard. Externally, the property boasts a balcony running the length of the property with beautiful views down to the stream at the bottom of the field. Calbourne Water Mill is one of the Islands most popular attractions, set within 35 acres of countryside. As the only working water mill on the island this is a must see attraction. Watch the traditional flour making process using the 17th century water and stone mills, and if this makes you hungry you can even buy the bread on site! Everything you will need for a fun packed holiday can be found on-site including punting, miniature golf, clay play, swings, cafe and giftware. The chalk bottom river close by boasts many fish including trout, eels, carp and koi carp. West Wight is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is the ideal spot for catching a glimpse of the local wildlife, walking or just enjoying the beautiful countryside. From here take a visit to one of the islands many attractions including Freshwater Bay, Alum Bay’s famous coloured cliffs or The Needles, one of Britain’s most famous landscapes.

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