Cottages by the Sea
Being on an Island with 60 miles of coastline, it’s never too difficult to find a lovely cottage by the Sea, and we have plenty to offer. A full list of these can be found here, but below is a list of some examples you may not know about:
Travelling to the Isle of Wight by Ferry
If you’re planning a trip to the Island and are unsure about how to get here, the options are ferry, ferry or ferry. With no commercial airport, fixed link or tunnel, the only way on or off the Island is by boat, which for some residents and visitors is part of the appeal.
Shanklin Seafront, situated on the southeast coast of the Island is one of our most popular seaside beach resorts, with miles of golden sand, this is a great place for all the family, no matter what the age!
Some of our favourite family attractions
In no particular order...just some of our favourites.
Top Isle of Wight Pet Friendly Walks
The Top 6 Pet Friendly Walks on the Isle of Wight According to manaboutadogblog
Top Isle of Wight Pet Friendly Beaches
The Top 6 Dog Friendly beach walks on the Isle of Wight - According to Man About A Dog Blog
Magic at the Needles
The Needles at Alum Bay are possibly the most famous landmark associated with the Isle of Wight.
Royal Agricultural Show
The ‘County Show’ as its more commonly known is a popular event on the island with locals due to the large rural and agricultural community on the Island.
Top Isle of Wight Pet Friendly Pubs
The Top 6 Dog Friendly pubs on the Isle of Wight According to Manaboutadogblog