5 Holiday Homes for the Isle of Wight Festival, UK
When attending the Isle of Wight Festival you need the perfect accommodation, so look no further. These homes are the best of the best
If you’re heading to Isle of Wight in June for the Isle of Wight Festival, then we’ve got the perfect accommodation for you. When enjoying an event as incredible as this, your home has to match the standards, so heed our expert advice and book one of these gems to truly complete the experience.
Where to reside near the Isle of Wight Festival
Take a look at 5 of the very best holiday homes in our Isle of Wight collection. If these don’t meet your high expectations, then nothing will.
Click to book The Granaries now: from £200 per night In a secluded spot, down a single-track lane, this contemporary barn is a welcome surprise. Renovated in the style of Caruso St John (the famed architects behind the Tate Modern), it’s a striking tribute to modern design and a fascinating place to stay for architecture enthusiasts. The inside is just as dramatic, with copper light fittings, high-design furniture, and large picture windows that make the most of the garden views. Outside you’ve got a private pool and an original icehouse that will intrigue lovers of history. A great option for eco-warriors as well, the home’s heating and hot water are powered by heat source pump and there are solar panels on the roof. The location is great too. You’ve got total tranquillity with nothing but birdsong to be heard. But walk through the green fields and you’ll reach the seaside town of Ventnor in no time at all. While the home is truly spectacular, our favourite thing when we visited was the hosts. The amount of thought and love they put into making their guests’ experience special is quite something. From the organic toiletries to the yoga and massage they offer, and the books and music that they carefully curate for each individual guest, every detail has been thought of. It’s wonderful. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Click to book Mirror, Mirror now: from £235 per night You’ll be in no doubt about which home is the fairest after a stay in this immaculately renovated house in Lymington. Not only is it an ideal base for exploring both the south coast and the New Forest, it feels like a destination in its own right. A classic redbrick townhouse, the home has been recently renovated so everything – from appliances to carpets – feels fresh and brand new. There are plenty of design touches that set it apart. The neutral colour palate, a glass staircase and plenty of mirrors (including one that cleverly hides away laundry facilities) all bring an airy and spacious feel, while characterful pieces of art make it feel curated rather than sterile. Every comfort has been considered: 60 inch flatscreen TV with Netflix, underfloor heating, motion sensor lighting in the bathrooms, large beds and high-thread count linens. And when you’re refreshed and ready to start exploring you’ll find Lymington High Street at the end of the road (with pubs, shops and eateries galore), the harbour a five minute walk, and the New Forest’s walks, cycles and Go Ape just a short drive away. If you’re looking for a stylish escape on the south coast, you can’t stay much fairer than this. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Click to book Dobbin Horse now: from £967 per night Dobbin Horse sits at the end of a forest-flanked road, personifying all of the warm fuzziness of bedtime stories. This large and well-kept home is the perfect depiction of the joys of peaceful countryside living, matching the unique atmosphere of the New Forest. Designed for large groups, we love the attention given to the children's activity room, the multiple communal areas and, the outdoor sit-outs by the garden. And to make sure that no one is left behind, dogs are welcome, as long as they aren't too big. Sleeps up to 11 | 5 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms
Postcards From The Sailor
Click to book Postcards From The Sailor now: from £561 per night If sea mists and rolling waves could turn into a picket-fenced cottage, it would be this. Recently refurbished to a high specification, the aesthetic follows a fresh vintage coastal style finished in a Farrow and Ball-esque palette. Oddly, these luxuries can't begin to compete with the lush entrance courtyard in full bloom or the dreamy views of the Hurst castle against the Isle of Wight. If it's the simple joys you're after, sail or paddle through the sleepy marshes nearby. Or simply walk to Milford, loved for its Summer music festival and the iconic English pubs. Sleeps up to 6 | 4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms
Click to book Simple Truths now: from £517 per night This cottage set in the drowsy corner of Keyhaven hamlet, is a perfect home for those seeking the simple joys of living the country life. Make wonderful memories as you tuck into a plate of delights in the backyard teepee or have a messy yet fun cooking session in the decadent kitchen. Walk five minutes out and you're at the coast. One that's dotted with bootlegger inns, local cafes, ancient castles and bars that offer plenty of board games, should you decide to walk along. Set in the Keyhaven marshes, get your share of bird-sightings followed by a kayak trip into the sunset. For lovers of the sea (and delectable fish & chips), this is a special find. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
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