Redway Farm Cycle Network Access

We have a photo showing just how perfectly situated Redway Farm is located for cyclists and walkers wishing to have access to the old railway line cycle track which acts as a speedy way for cyclists and walkers to access Godshill, Shanklin and Carisbrooke.

As you can see, the farm is located within 300 meters of the main cycle route to Shanklin and Sandown and is connected by a track. All the cottages at Redway Farm have easy access by cycling down past the lake, along the track and onto the cycle path.

Redway Farm Cottages include Hackney Stable Cottage, Parlour Cottage, Fodder Stable Cottage and The Brew House. For more information visit Redway Farm Cottages

10 Best Rated Walkers Welcome Cottages Isle of Wight

Quality in Tourism award Walkers Welcome designation to cottages which provide added services suitable for walkers. These include places to hang and dry walking clothes and lots of local walking information and guides.

A large number of holiday guests visiting cottages on the Isle of Wight go walking and enjoy the coastal path for inland footpaths and bridal ways to explore the Island. With the numerous attractions within walking distance it is a lovely way to see landmarks such as The Needles, Steephill Cove, St Catherines Point or Bembridge Windmill and make them part of a circular walk which includes a pub or place to have tea.

The big walking trails which crisscross the Isle of Wight pass by many of the cottages below. The Worsley Trail passes Godshill and Shanklin and is a lovely inland route following parts of the old rail network. The Stenbury Trail also passes Godshill but runs North South to Ventnor or Newport. Many choose to do small sections of these walks or simply make their own route with a map.

The following Walkers Welcome cottages are the ones most highly praised by holiday guests and there are comments and reviews which include mention of the surrounding walking opportunities. For more information and to read what holiday guests have to say choose a cottage and scroll to the comment section.

5 Stars 30 Guest Reviews
Manor Park View self catering Shanklin East Isle of Wight

Manor Park View Shanklin, Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Cottages » Isle of Wight » East » Shanklin

Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms; Children welcome
Manor Park View stands in an attractive semi rural location less than 15 minutes walk from Shanklin old village with its pretty thatched cottages and the lovely sandy beach of this small resort. This beautifully equipped cottage overlooks lovely open parkland where visitors may enjoy a stroll and children can play games. View Manor Park View Cottage Shanklin Isle of Wight

5 Stars 10 Guest Reviews
Wagtails self catering Brighstone West Isle of Wight

Wagtails Brighstone, Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Cottages » Isle of Wight » West » Brighstone

Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms; Children welcome
Wagtails is situated in a quiet country lane on the outskirts of the pretty village of Brighstone. This lovely detached bungalow has recently been refurbished to a very high standard with meticulous attention to detail. It provides very attractive and comfortable facilities for four people with two bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms. The property has attractive front and rear garden areas with care having been taken to provide guests with a variety of areas for relaxation, including a cosy summerhouse. In addition, a stunning raised terrace provides the perfect sunny setting for al fresco dining. View Wagtails Cottage Brighstone Isle of Wight

4.9 Stars 32 Guest Reviews
The Granary self catering Ningwood West Isle of Wight

The Granary Yarmouth, Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Cottages » Isle of Wight » West

Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms; Children 8+ yrs welcome
The Granary is a charming cottage, which has been carefully converted from the wing of a large ancient barn dating back to the 17th Century – Ningwood Green Barn. It is nestled in lovely peaceful West Wight countryside. This is a lovely walking area and is not too far from the coastal path. View The Granary Cottage Yarmouth Isle of Wight

4.9 Stars 23 Guest Reviews
Stable Cottage self catering Brighstone West Isle of Wight

Stable Cottage Brighstone, Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Cottages » Isle of Wight » West » Brighstone

Sleeps 2 in 1 bedroom; not suitable for children
This pretty thatched cottage is attractively situated in the grounds of Gillmans House, close to the centre of Brighstone – a charming village with many thatched cottages, an ancient church, post office, public house and National Trust shop. The village is surrounded by beautiful West Wight countryside and is less than a mile from the beach and National Trust coastline. Behind the village are the Brighstone Downs. Footpaths can be followed from here that lead to the renowned Tennyson Downs and The Needles. The spectacular coastal views from these downs are breathtaking. View Stable Cottage Brighstone Isle of Wight

4.9 Stars 55 Guest Reviews
Little Dormers self catering Cowes Area North Isle of Wight

Little Dormers Cowes, Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Cottages » Isle of Wight » North » Cowes

Sleeps 2 and a baby in 1 bedroom; Children 16+ yrs welcome
Little Dormers is the wing of a lovely detached property with a large garden. It is attractively situated in a quiet close with beautiful sea views and is within a 12 minute walk of a quiet beach where swimming, paddling and boating can be enjoyed. Here there is also a public house and a pleasant cafe providing refreshments. An easy 20 minute stroll beside the sea takes you into the centre of Cowes. Osborne house, the former island home of Queen Victoria is also nearby. View Little Dormers Cottage Cowes Isle of Wight

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Purbeck Holiday Locations – Worth Matravers

The friendly and peaceful village of Worth Matravers is a wonderful rural community in Purbeck and often draws in holiday guests to the life of the village. Here is an overview of Worth Matravers as a holiday destination with photographs, comments and recommendations from holiday guests visiting Worth Matravers holiday cottages.

In Worth Matravers local events happen all year around and include stone carving, the local fete, a pumpkin festival, and numerous small music events at the local public house. Worth Matravers is location on the Jurassic Coast and is a wonderful walking area with footpaths and cycle routes along the coast to Swanage or inland to Corfe Castle.

The principle locations around Worth Matravers are Winspit Bay, St Albans Head, Dancing Ledge and Chapmans Pool. All of these coastal locations are on the headland around Worth Matravers and are within a short walk of the village.

Guest Gallery of Worth Matravers & the Jurassic Coast

These photographs of Worth Matravers in Dorset which include photos taken by our holiday guests. Photos below include images by guests to Work Matravers Cottages including Patrick Geldhof, John Bowler, Jon Stone, Jude Browne and Andrew Faraday

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Worth Matravers Holiday Activities

Many of our guests return with suggestions of activities for us to pass to future families. Sometimes we are surprised with some of the new and wonderful activities they discover. So, below are the main activities in Worth Matravers and some of the more unusual ones discovered by holiday guests to Worth Matravers Cottages.

Pasty and a Pint at the Square and Compass

The Square and Compass pub is a traditional public house with lots of character and which has never served meals. However, for hungry walkers and those who appreciate a good pasty, they provide a lunch time pasty or pie. These can be enjoyed in the sun trap at the front of the public house where you can also enjoy the view of the Jurassic Coast.

Winspit Bay

The bay beneath Worth Matravers is Winspit Bay and is reached by a footpath from the village green. The bay has terraces of rock which act as giant steps down to the sea. People swim in the bay or sunbath of the rock platforms all around. It is a beautiful and dramatic place and the reminisce of traditional stone quarrying and old fashioned smuggling are all around. The large mine entrances are not safe to explore but you can stand outside and look deep into the vast caverns. A rare type of bat can be found here and visiting on a clear night you will get a wonderful view of the stars well away from any light pollution.

Feeding the Ducks

Worth Matravers takes the village ducks very seriously and they have a status akin to royalty. They waddle around the village green and swim in the village pond during the day and will meet newcomers to the village who offer them some bread or a little of their packed lunch. The village pond area has a bench and it is a lovely place to enjoy a sunny day.  Around the pond there is a tea shop and a small art gallery.

Village Playground

The playground in Worth Matravers is incredibly popular with our guests. Parents appreciate the chance for children to burn off a little energy and the simple park has plenty to drive the imagination of children. Parents also get a lovely rural view from the park and get to meet other local parents. We often have holiday guests recommending the playground as a wonderful feature in the village.

Purbeck Stone Carving

Burngate Stone Carving Centre is on the road to Swanage and is a lovely family friendly holiday activity to get a taste for stone carving. The stone carving tradition is long established in Purbeck and there has been small scale stone quarrying in Purbeck for hundreds of years. For times and dates visit

Walks and Cycle Rides around Worth Matravers

Walking and cycling are two of the most popular activities around Worth Matravers. There are so many places to walk or cycle to which are within an comfortable distance. Beaches and bays along the Jurassic Coast such as Dancing Ledge and Chapmans Pool are within an easy walk. To reach dancing ledge follow signs East towards Swanage along the Priest’s Way and turn right (south) down to the coast when Dancing Ledge is signposted (after about 20mins). The walk back from Dancing Ledge to Worth Matravers can be done by following the coastal path West to Winspit and then inland to the village.

Chapmans Pool with its iconically shaped bay is West of Worth Matravers and reached by following the road through the village, past the duck pond and out to a car park on the West of the village. From here signposts either take you across the fields or around on a tar lane.

If you are cycling you might like to try following the Priests Way all the way to Swanage. From here you can cycle back the way you came or make a large loop by cycling across the Purbeck hills to Corfe Castle, up to Kingston and then back into Worth Matravers. Cycle rides or walks to local pubs include the trip to Kingston or Langton.

Guest Comments which Mention Worth Matravers

The following comments have been received by holiday guest staying in cottages in Worth Matravers and which mention the village and local attractions.

“Don’t want to say too much as this part of England and Worth Matravers is a well kept secret. Let’s keep it that way. ” – Ray Thomas – May 2015 – Seaview Cottage

“Amazing location, gorgeous views, village ,pub and access to walks.” – Suzie Ward – Apr 2015 – Seaview Cottage

“Wonderful coastal location for great walks all you need is the weather” – David Greenwood – Aug 2014 – Seaview Cottage

“Wonderful location in a wonderful part of the world ” – Colin Slasberg – Jul 2015 – Worth Cottage


“We can also recommend the Square and Compass, a lovely traditional village pub selling delicious pies and pasties.” – Jackie B – Apr 2012 – Speedwell

“We enjoyed the café and the Village Hall sale of baked goods, local produce, artists and crafts from the region, cream teas and rummage sale held every day. The 2 children enjoyed the park across the road. Best swings ever. ” – Joanne Morrow – Aug 2014 – Speedwell

“Beautiful village and setting. ” – Jill Dawson – Oct 2014 – Speedwell

“Wonderful tea/supper rooms in the village well worth a visit. Hope to be back soon.” – Deborah D – May 2012 – Speedwell

“ideally positioned for the coast path and the square and compass! ” – James Dickie – Apr 2015 – Clematis Cottage

Purbeck Holiday Locations Corfe Castle

The village of Corfe Castle is a popular holiday destination in Purbeck and is one of the landmarks of Dorset. Here is an overview of Corfe Castle as a holiday destination with photographs, comments and recommendations from holiday guests visiting cottages in Corfe Castle.

Guests Gallery of Corfe Castle

These photographs of Corfe Castle were sent to us by guests staying in and around Corfe Castle.

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Corfe Castle Holiday Activities

When our holiday guests tell us about their holidays in Corfe Castle we are often surprised with all the new things they discover. Here we have a list of the main attractions and also some of the new things found by those staying in some of our cottages in Corfe Castle.

The Ruins Of Corfe Castle

The famous castle ruins are grand and romantic. There are towering columns of stone which often looked purposefully placed as if in a dramatic sculptural art work. It might be the source of some of the inspiration to the many stone carvers and sculptures in Purbeck.

Corfe Castle guest tips to us include finding the ‘secret’ room in the gatehouse of the inner wall of the castle (on the right after crossing the wooden bridge) and having tea in the garden of the Grey Hound or Corfe Castle Cafe after walking around the ruins to admire where you have been exploring.

Cute and Mini Animals around the Castle

Many guests have mentioned to us that they enjoyed meeting the animals that live on the hill around the castle. They change from cows to goats or sheep throughout the year but always seem friendly. Miniature breeds of cows are a real favourite. Always be cautious meeting new animals for the first time. It is best to let them come to you at the fence.

Model Village and Cafe

The marvellous Corfe Castle Model Village and Tea Shop is an institution in Corfe Castle and is especially good for those who are not able to make the climb up the castle ruins. Many of our guests compliment the cafe on the cakes and cream tea.

Cycling and Walking around Corfe Castle

In the Autumn and Spring months we welcome a large number of walkers and cyclists to our Corfe Castle cottages. Being located in the heart of Purbeck gives lots of choice when it comes to walks and cycle rides.

Popular walking and cycling routes include the walk along the Purbeck hills to Swanage from where it is possible to take the steam train or bus back to Corfe Castle. Heading North East you can walk to Studland where there is a sandy beach. Heading North across the moor you can reach Arne where there is a nature reserve and bird watching hides. South takes you to the Jurassic Coast and walks to bays such as Chapmans Pool, Whinspit and Dancing Ledge.

Swanage Steam Railway in Corfe Castle

The Swanage Steam Railway has a station in Corfe Castle and is sometimes called the Corfe Castle Steam railway by people living in the village. The trains run frequently in the summer and the trip is an experience as much as a means of travel. Old fashioned station platforms and traditionally dressed train officials add to the atmosphere. An authentic smell of steam and oil makes this a nostalgic attraction.

Corfe Castle Outside Gym

We don’t always mention this in our guest information but our guests find it and mention it to us. There is a large open grassy space near the centre of Corfe Castle where you can play ball games and children can enjoy the small playground. For those grownups wishing to burn some extra calories the outdoor gym is an option. Most of the machines simply encourage healthy movement and there are also some strength building machines for toning the muscles. You will often see a dog waiting patiently at the edge of the gym while the dog walker tries out a few of the exercises.

Guest Comments which mention Corfe Castle

“We’ve had a wonderful time and particularly enjoyed the rear access to Corfe Common and the play area situated there with that gorgeous view! ” – Tracy C Bright – Apr 2015 – Honeypot Cottage

“Lovely cottage and plenty of places to visit will come back to Corfe Castle a week was not enough. ” – C McCormick – Oct 2014 – Penny Cottage

“Corfe Castle is a great village, brilliant shop, bakery, and The Castle Inn is superb for food and a warm welcome – wish we’d stayed two weeks but without a doubt will be back next year -just amazing!” – Jay Lonsdale – Nov 2013 – Penny Cottage

“great location for walking to the local pubs, shops and Corfe Castle. …Fantastic walks and most pubs and cafes are dog friendly. ” – Nicola Foot – Nov 2015 – Purbeck House

“Corfe Castle is a gem and its surroundings just gorgeous very worth exploring! ” – Silvia Stocker – Oct 2015 – Purbeck House

“would highly recommend Corfe Castle as a base to stay and explore east Dorset. ” – Kenny Riley – Jul 2015 – Woaddens Cottage


Isle of Wight Cottages with BBQ

When looking for a summer holiday cottage on the Isle of Wight many of us wish to have somewhere to enjoy meals outside and eat in the fresh air. Cooking and barbecuing outside can be a great family experience and can inspire wonderful creativity and a chance to experiment with the local produced meats, vegetables and drinks from the many Isle of Wight farm shops.

To help you find an Isle of Wight cottage with a BBQ we have picked out a selection of cottages across the Island with outdoor cooking facilities and bbq areas.

Chine Cottage self catering West Tip Isle of Wight West Isle of Wight

Chine Cottage Totland Bay, Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Cottages » Isle of Wight » West » Totland

Sleeps 6 in 4 bedrooms; Children welcome
This lovely detached house is very attractively situated, close to the cliff top above Totland Bay, on the west side of the Island. There are sea views from the rooms at the front of the house and the lighthouse at Hurst Point can be glimpsed in the distance. The sandy bay of Totland where swimming, paddling and boating can be enjoyed is only a 3 minute walk away. This is also a marvellous walking area. Chine Cottage has a barbecue area with a large barbecue and outdoor dining space. You can also take your barbecue food and enjoy sitting on the lawn. View Chine Cottage Totland Bay Isle of Wight

Rock Cottage self catering Niton Undercliff South Isle of Wight

Rock Cottage Niton, Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Cottages » Isle of Wight » South » Niton Undercliff

Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms; Children welcome
This ‘picture postcard’ detached stone cottage is beautifully situated in the small quiet coastal hamlet of Niton Undercliff on the south coast of the Isle of Wight. There are glimpses of the nearby sea from the upper windows and a short walk leads to St Catherine’s Lighthouse and the sea at Castlehaven. The cottage have been furnished and equipped with the greatest care to provide accommodation of the highest standard. It also has a delightful enclosed cottage garden. At the side of Rock Cottage is a built in barbecue area with seating and a view over the garden. View Rock Cottage Niton Isle of Wight

Romany Cottage self catering West Tip Isle of Wight West Isle of Wight

Romany Cottage Totland Bay, Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Cottages » Isle of Wight » West » Totland

Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms; Children 12+ yrs welcome
Delightful self catering cottage at Totland within a 12 minute walk of the sandy beaches of Colwell Bay and Totland Bay. This west side of the island is a wonderful walking area with easy access to the coastal path to The Needles and marvellous downland walks and bike rides. The lovely enclosed garden has a barbecue area and outdoor seating. Romany Cottage barbecue area also overlooks the pond. View Romany Cottage Totland Bay Isle of Wight

Squire Thatchers Barn self catering Newchurch East Isle of Wight

Squire Thatchers Barn Newchurch, Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Cottages » Isle of Wight » East

Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms; Children welcome
This pretty stone cottage is situated on a lovely 12 acre farm, surrounded by beautiful open countryside. Delightful walks can be enjoyed directly from the cottage and footpaths can be followed to join the Bembridge Trail over the downs. Squire Thatcher’s Barn has been carefully converted from an 18th Century Grade II Listed stone barn. The barbecue area at Squire Thatchers Barn has an outdoor dining area with views over the Isle of Wight countryside. View Squire Thatchers Barn Cottage Newchurch Isle of Wight

St Catherines Cottage self catering Niton Undercliff South Isle of Wight

St Catherines Cottage Niton Undercliff, Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Cottages » Isle of Wight » South » Niton Undercliff

Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms; Children welcome
St Catherines Cottage has been in the same family for three generations and enjoys an exceptional position with views across the lovely garden to the sea. There are sea views from several of the rooms including the sitting room, dining room and two main bedrooms. The area at the front of St Catherines Cottage is perfect for a barbecue and you can eat outside with a view over the coast and down to the sea. View St Catherines Cottage Niton Undercliff Isle of Wight

Woodland Court self catering Ventnor South Isle of Wight

Woodland Court St Lawrence, Isle of wight

Isle of Wight Cottages » Isle of Wight » South » Ventnor » St Lawrence

Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms; Children welcome
Woodland Court is a beautiful seaside holiday cottage at St Lawrence near Ventnor on the South East of the Isle of Wight. It is within a 5 minute walk of the beach at Steephill Cove and only 2 minutes from the coastal path which extends eastwards to the lovely seaside resort of Ventnor and onwards to Bonchurch and Shanklin. The property enjoys glimpses of the sea and is in a very attractive location with a large garden. Furnished and equipped to a high standard. The back garden of Woodland Court Cottage has a barbecue area for enjoying a meal in the sun. View Woodland Court Cottage St Lawrence Isle of wight

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Holiday Cottage Wildlife Isle of Wight

The wildlife on the Isle of Wight is wonderfully rich and varied and there are species that cannot be seen on the mainland.

Red Squirrel Isle of WightOur most famous resident is the Red Squirrel which is especially attractive with tufty fur on their heads and a big bushy tail. They can be seen easily by choosing a piece of woodland and sitting very still. For the best results bring some hazel nuts and place them is a visible spot about 10 to 15 meters away.

Some great locations to see them include the woodland at Borthwood (near Newchurch, Alverstone and Sandown) and the coastal path between Ventnor and Shanklin.

Badger Isle of WightUndisturbed woodland will often have a badger set and it is possible to spot them at dusk. Badgers on the Isle of Wight are often much smaller than people expect as they don’t have access to the fast food they have in the towns and cities. Badgers often forage along the cycle path between Newchurch and Sandown at dusk or in woodland areas across the Island. Badgers will come out in the evening to look for grubs, beetles and earthworms which they find in large numbers under logs and piles of leaves. To see the badgers you will have to be patient and sit very still and quietly. The badgers will be very wary of you and will keep you at a distance but may come closer if you are patient. We would like to thank our holiday guests Paul & Tina Godden for this wonderful photo of a badger which they snapped on their holiday.

If you would like to send us pictures of wildlife you see on your holiday please submit them to our photo competition –

Isle of Wight Carnival 2015

There are a number of carnivals on the Isle of Wight this summer including those in Sandown, Shanklin, Ventnor, Yarmouth and Ryde.

Below is a line up of the 2015 Isle of Wight Carnivals. You can click for more information and times.

Carnival organiser website on the Isle of Wight.

Isle of Wight Beaches and Coastline

Isle of Wight Beaches
Isle of Wight Beaches

There are new information pages for Isle of Wight beaches and coastal locations on our website with descriptions of the beach, the beach facilities and where you will find it on the Isle of Wight. Each beach also come with a map and some nearby holiday accommodation within walking distance of the sea.

It also gives us a chance to talk about our favourite Isle of Wight beaches and some of those hidden treasures along the Isle of Wight Coast Line.

Today our favourite beach is Bonchurch Beach between Ventnor and Shanklin and within a short walk along the coastal path from Ventnor Beach. Bonchurch beach a mix of sand and shingle and when the tide is right there is a small sandy cove. Bonchurch Beach is special because of the peaceful isolation as well as the fantastic rock pools which are great for finding small crabs and little fish.

For more Isle of Wight beaches visit Isle of Wight Beaches

Welcome Schemes Self Catering Isle of Wight

Quality in Tourism grade all the cottages at Island Cottage Holidays to give an independent star grading as well as Gold Awards. This year we are adding Welcome Schemes and each cottage will be assessed on the facilities it offers to walkers, cyclists, families and pet owners. Those able to provide these facilities will be awarded the Welcome Scheme award in each area.

Welcome Scheme cottages are available all over the Isle of Wight and the first to be assessed include cottages in Bembridge, Seaview, Ventnor and Shanklin.

There are four Welcome Schemes:

Walkers Welcome Cottages Isle of WightWalkers Welcome

Isle of Wight holiday cottage accommodation suitable for walkers and those wishing to hike around the Isle of Wight. Cottages come with walking information and clothes drying facilities.

Walkers Welcome »

Cyclists Welcome Cottages Isle of WightCyclists Welcome

Isle of Wight holiday cottage accommodation suitable for cyclists. Cottages come with cycling information, clothes drying facilities, a first aid kit and basic tools.

Cyclists Welcome »

Welcome Pets Cottages Isle of Wight Welcomes Pets!

Pet friendly cottages which have those little extras which make pets feel at home. Welcomes Pets cottages have facilities for pets, local information you might need for your pet and details of local vet services.

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Families Welcome Cottages Isle of WightFamilies Welcome

Isle of Wight self catering holiday cottage accommodation for families that have special facilities for those traveling with young children.

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For an overview of the Welcome Schemes visit Welcome Schemes »