Freshwater Bay holiday cottages

Freshwater Bay, the home of Alfred Lord Tennyson, is a small hamlet on the West of the Island and forms a stunning part of the south coast of the Island, with its rugged white cliff. With it's pebble beach, it is a great place to watch the waves break or the intrepid surfers testing their skills! It also boasts an 18 hole golf course offering golf with panoramic views of the Solent and the English Channel.

With easy access to the coastal path in either direction, it is also a great base for walkers. Tennyson Down rises above Freshwater and is worth the steep walk up as the views from here are nothing short of spectacular, not forgetting the Tennyson monument, a striking granite cross, which can be found at the top of the downs.

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  • Sleeps 4

    Bay View


    From £728 a week

    This beautiful contemporary apartment is literally perched above the beach, offering stunning views of the picturesque Freshwater Bay. Extremely well appointed, the apartment offers modern open plan l...

  • Sleeps 4 dogs allowed

    The Gate


    From £1250 a week

    Located a stone's throw from Freshwater Bay, The Gate is a superb newly renovated ground floor apartment by the sea. This simply wonderful retreat has been designed and decorated to create a blissful ...

  • Sleeps 8 dogs allowed



    From £1032 a week

    Located within walking distance of Freshwater Bay, stopping en route at the charming Piano Cafe for a spot of lunch or coffee and home-made cake, Benhams is an ideal base. The breathtaking views from ...