You can click on any of the photos and go to the page which includes that photo.
We really enjoy photographing the Isle of Wight. If you have photos of the Isle of Wight you would like to share you can send them to us via www.islandcottageholidays.com/photography/ and take part in the photo competition.
The following videos were filmed over last weekend and show the sights and sounds from holiday cottages on the Isle of Wight. These videos try to capture the feeling of relaxing quietly at your holiday cottage and allow you to hear the sounds you might hear.
There have been some lovely comments coming in this week. Here are just a few of the most recent ones for cottages on the Isle of Wight. We love to hear about your holiday experiences and also receive a number of photographs which you can see on our Facebook page – facebook.com/islandcottages.
There are new photos of Wyncott Cottage and Russett Cottage in Corfe Castle. Both Purbeck cottages are located on the same quiet street in Corfe Castle called West St and both cottages have made made improvements to make them even more comfortable.
Wyncott Cottage changes include new decoration and fittings in all the bedrooms and Russett Cottage has improvements to the kitchen and a new wood burning stove in the front room.
For more information about Wyncott Cottage and Russett Cottage visit their cottage web pages:
New photos of Woaddens Cottage have just been added. This beautifully furnished traditional cottage in Corfe Castle has an excellent location within a few minutes walk of Corfe Castle village square, where there are a number of public houses, and on a quiet street. From Woaddens it is a short walk to Corfe Castle common and longer walks take you to the coast or along the ridge to the beach at Swanage.
There are new and updated photos of Hackney Stable Cottage. This traditional cottage is located on Redway Manor Farm near Godshill, Isle of Wight and is within a short drive of the beaches at Shanklin and Ventnor. A cycle track passes near to the cottage and a smooth wide cycle path runs all the way to the coast at Sandown.
The school summer holidays are a wonderful time to visit the Isle of Wight. The warm climate combined with a rich variety of family activities and good food makes the Isle of Wight a great escape with the children.
To help you choose the perfect self catering accommodation on the Isle of Wight over the school summer holidays we have a dedicated page of available cottages. Choose the size and maybe the location you wish to stay in and we will show you what is available for each of the weeks of the school summer holidays.
Guests who visited the Isle of Wight in April this year enjoyed some good weather and and excellent start to the summer and a number have written to tell us about their holidays. Here are a selection of guest comments from self catering holidays in April 2014.
If you are looking for a longer bike ride on the Isle of Wight you might want to try The Big One.
The Big One is a cycle route which goes right across the Isle of Wight from Yarmouth in the West to Bembridge on the East Coast. The route goes along the spine of the Isle of Wight and has fantastic views of the West Coast as well as a number of small villages with good pubs at which to stop along the way. Although this is a challenging cycle ride it can be spread over an entire day or two days so that you can stop and enjoy the scenery along the way.
The Big One is just one of a number of great bike rides on the Isle of Wight so if you are looking for something a little easier or want to look at our other long bike rides go to our Isle of Wight Cycling pages