Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs on the Isle of Wight
Located off the coast of Hampshire, the Isle of Wight is the largest island in the UK. Separated from the mainland by the Solent. the island is a popular destination for those looking for a lodge or cottage with a hot tub.
Cottages are not a new thing, but they have progressed to the next level and our recommended cottages with hot tubs provide everything you need for a dream holiday at an affordable price. Weekend breaks are no longer an expensive affair, Family getaways no longer break the bank and all come with the added luxury of your own private jacuzzi.
The Isle of Wight is quaint and idyllic, the people are welcoming, there are some splendid culinary options to tempt your taste buds and a wide variety of sporting activities available to keep the whole family entertained. Combine this with heritage, beaches, a rich history and magnificent scenery and you have everything needed for the perfect break.
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And, after days spent exploring all this island has to offer there is the delight of relaxing evenings, gazing at the clear night sky, drink in hand, beneath the warm bubbles of your outdoor whirlpool back at your holiday cottage with hot tub.
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Places to Visit and Things to Do on the Isle of Wight
Below is a list of places to see and things to do holidaymakers to the Isle of Wight should consider. Don’t limit yourself to the list though, it is just a pointer to the right direction to a great holiday.
1. Carisbrooke Castle
What child doesn't want to be a knight or princess? They can be here at Carisbrooke Castle, let their imagination run wild. With a rich and chequered past this Elizabethan fortress has lots to see and do for the whole family, explore hundreds of years of history within the high castle walls, meet the donkeys, take a leisurely stroll through period gardens, check out the museum or enjoy the tranquility of St Nicholas' Chapel.
2. Robin Hill Country Park
This 88-acre country park located in Downend, Isle of Wight, provides a fun-filled day out for all ages. Among the attractions are rides, a quarter of a mile Toboggan Run, 4D motion cinema, wooden maze, and the ever-popular Treetop Trail. Checkout the Troll Bridges, Falconry Display and Adventure Playground or simply enjoy the magical woodland with its record-breaking tree sculpture, exquisite Chinese bridges and vast array of plants and wildlife.
3. Amazon World Zoo Park
This zoo is nestled between Newport and Sandown and is home to some extremely rare and exotic creatures including; kinkajou, sloths, and black howler monkeys to name a few. You will feel like you are travelling through the Amazon Jungle at this special attraction and while you marvel at the free flying birds and the crocodiles in the pond you will be learning about rainforest conservation.
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4. Quarr Abbey
If you have taken a holiday to get away from the stresses of work and everyday life there is no better way of doing so than a visit to this working monastery.
Built in 1912., this grade 1 listed building and church is home to a small order of Benedictine Monks. There is lots to see including magnificent architecture, art gallery and visitor's centre enabling you to see how the monks live their day to day lives. The tranquil atmosphere will soothe your soul and Quarr Abbey welcomes dogs, so if you are staying at one of our pet-friendly cottages with hot tubs, bring Fido along too.
If you are lucky enough to be staying on the Isle of Wight when the Garlic Festival takes place during a weekend in August you are in for a treat. Attracting upwards of 20,000 visitors a year this event packed full of artisan food and drink, live music, crafts and of course garlic is entertainment for all the family. With a large beer tent, selection of homemade produce to purchase including jams, cider, bread and cheeses, shows and displays and of course the giant garlic marquee with a range of products including garlic fudge and garlic ice-cream perhaps this is one night you should give an evening with your loved one in the cottage hot tub a miss.
6. Godshill Model Village
If you are looking for a great value day out with kids you can't do much better than Godshill Model Village. Set in 2 acres of glorious gardens belonging to the old vicarage. A RHS partner there are over 3000 shrubs and conifers, with bonsai trees scaled down to size for the display, which depicts the villages of Shanklin and Godshill as they were in the 1920s.
7. Monkey Haven
Winner of the Visit England small visitor attraction 2017 this monkey sanctuary holds talks throughout the day on the various animals they keep including meerkats, various species of owls, reptiles and of course monkeys. Meet the monkeys is an opportunity to enter the marmoset enclosure and feed and get up close and personal with these amazing creatures (extra charge) A popular tearoom and well-stocked gift shop complete this fun experience.
8. Osborne House
The top attraction on the Isle of Wight, Osborne house was the summer residence of Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and their nine children. Get an insight into their private life with a vast collection of personal belongings and original heirlooms before exploring the stunning gardens, take a walk to the beach where her majesty's private bathing machine still sits or simply take in the breathtaking views.
Home to the largest and longest running regatta of its kind in the world has plenty of activities to offer even the most adventurous day-tripper from sailing, wind-surfing, diving, canoeing and rowing there is bound to be a water based activity to suit everyone. For the less energetic why not visit the maritime museum or spend some time on the beach topping up your tan.
10. Shanklin Chine
A tourist attraction that has been open for 200 years This famous gorge is truly magical with waterfalls, lush vegetation, and an array of rare plants and wildlife. Enjoy the tranquility of this outstanding area of natural beauty that has inspired many artists, poets and writers over the years. Visit in the evening, when hundreds of twinkling lights turn the area into a truly magical wonderland. Shanklin Chine is one the Isle of Wight's hidden gems.
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