- Outdoor hot tub
- No smoking policy
- Pet allowed
- Fully equipped kitchens
- Outdoor hot tubs & indoor heated pool
- Tennis courts
- Access to the beach
- Free view flat screen TV
- Outdoor hot tub
- Nature trails
- Board games
Relax in Your Own Isle of Wight Hot Tub Lodge
Not even Queen Victoria could resist the charm of the Isle of Wight. She built her last home, Osborne House, at the spectacular East Cowes on the Island. And yes, it is UK’s top holiday destination, an equivalent of Hawaii in the US. Its hot tub lodges and high end resorts are legendary.
The Isle of Wight offers holiday packages to both the rich and famous and those travelling on a budget. The resorts offer unmatched luxury. The hot tub lodges offers you a fantastic holiday break without breaking the bank.
Families looking to make fond memories, couples looking to rekindle their intimacy and friends out for a fun holiday will find the Isle of Wight what they expected and more. The island is a holidaymakers’ haven. Its surreal beauty, modern infrastructure and idyllic beaches are what anybody would want to have a fantastic holiday.
What wouldn’t you give for a chance to soak in an outdoor hot tub as you stare at the beautiful UK night sky?
The Isle of Wight sits about 4 miles off the coast of Hampshire in the English Channel. It is the largest island in the UK and a popular resort destination. Among the popular holiday activities in the island include; outdoor hot tubs soaking, cycling, sailing, rowing, ice hockey, football, trampolining, cricket, speedway racing and many more.
The island has been actively occupied since the Neolithic times. It is reported to have been an active seaport that served as a link to the Middle East. In fact, wheat is said to have been grown here from about 8000 years ago, way before any other part of Europe did grow the crop.
Today, the Isle of Wight has not only been turned into one large holiday resort, but also one that brings holidaymaking to its basics. Hot tub lodges give you a chance to spend an awesome holiday – they are home-away-from-home, but with added benefits.
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Isle of Wight
There are tens of hundreds of holiday activities to engage in, hundreds of sights to see in the Isle of Wight. Below are just a couple to point you in the right direction;
The town of Ryde and its beaches
Located on the north eastern coast, the town of Ryde is the most populated urban centre in the Isle of Wight. It is particularly famous for its spectacular beaches and water sports.
The Idyllic town of Newport
For its theatres, shopping malls, and harbours, Newport is a must visit destination for people visiting the Isle of Wight.
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This is another town that boasts churches, Roman villas, and wax museums
If you love water sports such as surfing and sailing, then the idyllic town of Yaverland is the place to go. Its yacht clubs, fossil sites, and towering cliffs offer you just the environment you need to explore, relax and unwind. You can also enjoy sunbathing sessions at the beach.
Whatever else you do during your stay in the Isle of Wight, make sure staying a visit to Goodshill is one of them. This town is well off the beaten path. It will earn you instant bragging rights among your peers.
Other attractions in the Isle of Wight include; Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight Garlic Festival, Culver Town, Quarr Abbey, Amazon World Zoo Park, and Robbin Hill country Park.
This is your take home: if the Isle of Wight is not at the top of your bucket list, you have missed out on one of the most fantastic holiday destinations in Europe. See more South of England lodges here.