Log cabins on the Isle of Wight

NameLocationTelephoneNumber of CabinsPets
Thorness Bay - Find out moreThorness Nr Cowes0844 561 8383No Pets
Island View - Find out moreFreshwater Colwell Bay0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Cheverton Copse - Find out moreSandown0844 561 8383No Pets
Rookley Country Park - Find out moreRookley Village0844 561 8383No Pets
Landguard Holiday Park - Find out moreShanklin0844 561 8383No Pets
Hillgrove - Find out moreSt Helens0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Lower Hyde - Find out moreShanklin0844 561 8383No Pets
Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park - Find out moreBembridge0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Nodes Point - Find out moreRyde0844 561 8383No Pets
Field Lane - Find out moreSt Helens0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Riviera Park - Find out moreHorseshoe Bay0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Gurnard Pines - Find out moreCowes0844 561 8383No Pets
The Springs - Find out moreRyde (Isle of Wight)01244 352218No Pets
Signature Lodges - Lower Hyde Landguard Road, Shanklin, PO37 7LL Tel 0800 1300 171-Pets Allowed
Old Mill Holiday ParkRydeTel (day) 01983 8725076No pets

Located in the English Channel at approximately 6 kilometers south of Hampshire, The Isle of Wight is the largest English island and a perfect destination for log cabin holidays. Separated from mainland Britain by the strait of Solent, Isle of Wight is a place known for its perennial beauty, peaceful ambience and magnificent resorts that have been popular holiday destinations since the old Victorian times. With its rich history and an environment filled with outstanding natural beauty, this place will surely give you and your visiting companions a lot of memories during your vacation. If you are looking to spend your log cabin holiday with your family and friends, Isle of Wight can offer you a refreshing and rewarding experience that will surely keep you coming back for more.

If you are a nature-lover and you want to see some exotic flora and fauna, Isle of Wight is the perfect place for you to spend your holiday getaway. Just bring your kids and your younger companions to some of the island’s most popular places and you will be amazed at the experience that awaits you in your visit. One place that you shouldn’t miss when visiting Isle of Wight is the Owl and Monkey Haven located at Newport. Providing home to an ever-expanding community of primates and birds of prey, this attraction is one of the most popular destinations in the island especially for young kids going on educational tours.

As soon as the sun goes down, you can also do a lot of things in Isle of Wight especially if you are looking for a novel touring experience. If you are inclined to theatre and performing arts, you might want to pay a visit to the Waltzing Waters Isle of Wight and get to see the magical and musical performance that you won’t find anywhere else in the island. And if you still have time to spare, you can also visit the Kaleidoscope in Sandown and pack yourself with amazing goodies that range from kaleidoscopes, fossils and handcrafted jewelries perfect for bringing home to your loved ones.

To make sure that you enjoy every hour of your stay in Isle of Wight, do not forget to get the best log cabins available in the island. Log cabins in Isle of Wight vary depending on your needs and the size of your group so make sure that you book in advance to avoid having difficulties in your accommodation.

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