Cottages with hot tubs on the Isle of Wight contain the perfect ingredients for a break offering unrivalled relaxation, with glorious views, a delightfully placid pace of life and seriously stunning comfort to enjoy at your leisure. The Isle’s small size and temperate climate make it a warm and welcoming holiday destination that’s a pleasure to visit at any part of the year.
Aside from the obvious enjoyment to be found at hot tub holidays on the Isle of Wight: soaking in blissful bubbles whilst enjoying the comfort of your holiday cottage, there’s a host of activities and attractions to be enjoyed in every direction. Hot tub cottages in Cowes in the north, allow you to explore the Isle’s maritime history. The annual ‘Cowes Week’ offers the world’s largest sailing regatta; seeing hundreds of bright sails off the seafront is a magnificent sight! Also on the Isle’s north you will find Osborne House, Queen Victoria’s holiday residence and some lovely beaches.
Holiday cottages with hot tubs on the western coast of the Isle of Wight offer a wealth of stunning natural landforms to admire. Take a walk on the west tip and you can admire the clear waters and pebbled shoreline of Freshwater, follow the coastal path up to Tennyson Down and admire the majestic Needles chalk stacks rising up from the waters.
The quaint coastal village of Bembridge on the east of the Isle offers more lovely beaches and scenic walking routes. Here you can also enjoy fresh seafood and friendly cafes. A visit to Brighstone on the south west part is like stepping back in time with thatched cottages and traditional farmhouses lining its tranquil roads.
If you fancy something a little more vibrant from your hot tub cottage on the Isle of Wight then Ryde, the Isle’s largest town, offers a host of seaside attractions and activities, including a pier, ice rink and bowling alley, playground and more. Numerous shops, restaurants and a cinema ensure that you’ll find something for the whole family to enjoy – whatever the weather!
For a more traditional holiday, visit Ventnor. A popular holiday destination since Victorian times, the resort’s microclimate has always offered a warm welcome to visitors. Today, a hot tub holiday on the Isle allows its own warm welcome, but there’s more than enough reasons to visit Ventnor including the lovely tropical garden, shopping area and walking routes.