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Dog Friendly Lodges Isle of Wight

Blessed with an abundance of wide open space and award-winning landscapes, featuring sandy bays, chalk cliffs and rolling hills, you and your four-legged friend can re-discover the great outdoors on the Isle of Wight.

 

  • Pigeon Coo Farmhouse, Isle of WightInstant Book Overlay Image
    This delightful period farmhouse, one of a pair, nestles peacefully in the Hamstead Heritage Coast, which is rich in wildlife and birds. Nestled in a stunning conservation area, the holiday property is a short walk to the historic Newtown Creek, and set in woodlands, it offers direct access onto walk ways. The farmhouse was originally farm cottages to Hamstead Grange and parts of the property are believed to date back to Tudor times, when the grange was owned by the Monks of Quarr Abbey on the island.
    Seashore and cliff walks can be found along the coastal paths and outdoor pursuits are well catered for including horse riding, fishing, cycling, paragliding, watersports and golf. There are numerous attractions to discover for all ages on this beautiful sunny island. The Needles landmark attraction is a must see and is a short distance away to the west, with its chairlift, amusement park, boat rides, lighthouse and the coloured sands of Alum Bay. Why not pay a visit to Queen Victoria’s favourite holiday residence, Osborne House and its gardens, perhaps Blackgang Chine which is the oldest themed attraction in the UK, Ventnor Botanical Gardens, Tapnell Farm Park, Carisbrooke Castle or the world renowned sailing town of Cowes. Whatever you decide, one thing’s for sure, the Isle of Wight has plenty to offer for everybody. Beach 1 mile. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.
    £144
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  • Cherry, Isle of WightInstant Book Overlay Image
    Brighstone, England
    These three holiday properties, adjacent to the owner’s home and farm, are set with others in a courtyard and share use of various grassed areas and 2 tennis courts. Chilton Farm is situated ¼ mile from the coast, set in beautiful countryside, and forms part of the Chilton Farm Estate. Brighstone has chocolate box cottages, National Trust museum, several places to eat, shop and a post office. There are scenic coastal and country walks as well as cycling routes such as the Tennyson Trail. Discover towering cliffs, farmland, woodland and river valleys, all linked by a 500-mile network of footpaths. The cottages are within easy reach of Freshwater Bay, Shanklin Chine, Godshill, St Catherine’s Lighthouse, The Needles, Alum Bay, Carisbrooke Castle, Calbourne Mill and Blackgang Chine. Sailing, watersports, golf, fishing and horse riding are all available locally. Many National Trust homes and gardens, wildlife centres, vineyards, farms with local produce and adventure parks can all be easily reached. Beach ¼ mile. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.
    Appletree (ref 28555) can be booked together with Cherry (ref 28556) and Damson Cottage (UKC3266) to accommodate up to 18 guests.
    £50
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  • Daisy's Cottage Annexe, Isle of WightInstant Book Overlay Image
    Offering far-reaching views over fields and surrounding countryside, this compact, detached, single-storey holiday property offers superb walks from the door across miles of countryside. Standing next to the owners’ home on an unadopted lane on the edge of the charming village of Niton, a 10-minute walk, with a church, local shops, post office, library, chemist, hardware/gift/pet supplies shop, a GP centre and a pub serving food. The island is renowned for ramblers and has a 500-mile network of footpaths, including a 68-mile coastal walk with spectacular views. The nearest beach is a 10-minute drive, an observatory and St. Catherine’s Lighthouse are also nearby. Water sports, cycling, riding, sailing, fishing and golf can be found on the island. Blackgang Chine Theme Park is ¾ mile. Shop, pub and restaurant ¼ mile.
    £68
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  • Apple Tree Cottage, Isle of WightInstant Book Overlay Image
    Located in the village of Lake, between the popular resort beaches of Sandown and Shanklin, the property is set adjacent to the owner’s home. The chalet benefits from a fully enclosed south-facing rear garden and has a rear gate that provides access directly out onto the cliff top coastal path, presenting you with a stunning view over Sandown Bay and its pier.
    The beach at Lake can be accessed from a set of steps from the top of the cliff path, alternatively you can gain access from Shanklin or Sandown Esplanades via a short walk in either direction along the sea wall. Because this beach is tucked away and not as straightforward to reach, it is very often quieter than its resort neighbours Sandown and Shanklin during the busier months, making it a peaceful alternative for a day on the beach. As the waters are quieter, this is a great beach for surfing and water sports, as the sea is shallow and clear. There is an instructional school which is located nearby that offers a whole range of activities for all ages and abilities, there’s also a café and barbecue area which is always popular during the summer season. There’s also beach huts which you can look to hire and a number of benches to sit on along the sea wall path when the tide is further in. The walk along the sea wall between Sandown and Shanklin along the back of the beach is highly recommended as it offers a wide, flat path which is ideal for both walkers and cyclists.
    For guests choosing to visit the island without their car, a favourable way to reach the property is to take the Wightlink Fast Cat service to Ryde Pier head and then the train to Lake Station which is only a 3-minute walk from the property. The island has become a real hot spot for cycling enthusiasts, with a choice of challenging off-road bridleways, peaceful byways and level purpose-made tracks running along former railway lines. You can cycle across the width of the island to the famous Needles landmark, or try the full round the island route, which is 66 miles long and is used for the annual Isle of Wight Randonnee held over the bank holiday in May. You can also travel along the route at a more leisurely pace, stopping off along the way at one of the many restaurants, pubs and cafés that can be found in the quaint villages and towns.
    Sandown is a truly traditional British beach resort with pier, amusements, pitch ’n’ putt, Isle of Wight Zoo, children’s play area and the Dinosaur Isle attraction at the northern end of the esplanade towards Yaverland and Culver Cliff. The town is brimming with attractions to entertain visitors, most of them right on the beach front itself, so you never have to stray too far from the golden sands. At the other end of the path you will reach Shanklin Esplanade which is again packed full of amusements and crazy golf, as well as several places to eat. Away from the beach the main town hosts a multitude of shops, cafés, bars and restaurants to enjoy. The old village is world famous with its pretty thatched cottages, cosy tea rooms, pubs, restaurants and craft shops to discover. Outdoor pursuits on the island are well catered for and include horse riding, fishing, paragliding, golf and water sports. There are numerous attractions across the island to discover for all ages, such as The Needles (with its chairlift, amusement park, boat rides, lighthouse and coloured sands of Alum Bay), Blackgang Chine, Dinosaur Isle, the Isle of Wight Steam Railway, Ventnor Botanical Gardens, Tapnell Farm Park and Carisbrooke Castle - or why not pay a visit to Queen Victoria’s favourite holiday residence, Osborne House and its gardens? The sailing towns of Yarmouth and Cowes also make for a great day out. Beach 500 yards. Shops, pub and restaurant ¼ mile.
    £46
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  • Cockerwell, Isle of WightInstant Book Overlay Image
    This attractive and spacious single storey holiday home offers stunning panoramic views over the countryside and downs. Located within the grounds of a peaceful caravan site in the delightful village of Newchurch which has a renowned pub and the famous Garlic Farm slightly further. It is ideal for families wishing to enjoy the numerous sight seeing attractions that this popular island offers, and there are also super walks locally. The seaside resort of Sandown, with its long golden stretch of sandy beach, pier and promenade is about a five minute drive, with various entertainment including trampolines, fun-rides, putting, crazy golf, leisure centre with indoor pool, the zoo (where Tiger Isle was filmed), slides, and many cafes, bars, restaurants and pubs. Also within easy driving distance are National Trust homes and gardens and the English Heritage Property; Osborne House, where Queen Victoria used to reside, Ventnor Botanical Gardens, Mottistone Manor. Other places of interest are The Needles, Blackgang Chine, Donkey Sanctuary, Rosemary’s vineyard, Havenstreet steam train, Shanklin Chine, Dinosaur Isle and Tapnell Farm Park. There are many quaint villages with thatch-top roofs, bays, coves and woodland to discover, as well as walks along miles of heritage coastline. Shop 2 miles, pub 0.5 miles, restaurant 4 miles.
    £94
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    Yarmouth, England
    These single-storey terraced properties and delightful Grade II listed thatched cottage are located in the scenic village of Wellow, less than 3 miles from the quaint harbour town of Yarmouth and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the western side of the Isle of Wight. Rossiter’s Cottage (ref PTTS) dates back in parts to the 1750s, and lies adjacent to the friendly owner’s home. It offers a spacious twin bedroom on the ground floor with a downstairs toilet on the same level for a comfortable stay for guests with restricted mobility. A warm welcome awaits you at this super property which has many personal, thoughtful touches throughout and which has a large lawned enclosed garden. A new development for 2018, each of the other four properties at Rossiter’s Vineyard Barn (refs UKC3208, UKC3209, UKC3210 and UKC3211) take their name from grape varieties once grown in the vineyard here. They have a spacious open plan living area with beautiful wood floors, feature beams and walls against a crisp white painted background. Externally each has a decked courtyard apart from Madeline Angevine, which has a small patio with a hot tub for relaxing in.
    There is a part-time post office service within the grounds and nearby is the Alpaca Farm. The sailing town of Yarmouth is just a 5-minute drive or a 15-minute cycle ride, the sailing town of Cowes is just a 20-minute drive. There is a designated cycle route close by, and many scenic walking routes too, including the Dinosaur Trail, Tennyson Trail and Treasure Trail. There is a choice of challenging off-road bridleways, peaceful byways and level, purpose-made tracks running along former railway lines. You can even take on the full 66-mile ‘Round the Island Route’, as used for the annual Isle of Wight Randonnee.
    Close by Colwell Bay offers spectacular views across the Solent to mainland England, with clear, calm waters and gently sloping sand and shingle, an ideal beach for swimming. Or follow the coastline and enjoy a stroll along to Totland Bay, where you can find a bar, restaurant and a café to try the exquisite seafood and experience some of the finest sunsets. For surfers and kite surfing enthusiasts, Compton Bay a short drive away with a 2-mile stretch of contrasting sands, with rolling seas, and a stunning backdrop of multi-coloured sandstone cliffs. It’s also a great place to go fossil hunting at low tide. The Needles is a short distance away to the west, with its chairlift, amusement park, boat rides, lighthouse and coloured sands of Alum Bay. Why not visit Queen Victoria’s holiday residence, Osborne House, or Blackgang Chine, the oldest themed attraction in the UK? Ventnor Botanical Gardens, Tapnell Farm Park, Carisbrooke Castle, a donkey sanctuary, garlic farm and chilli farm are other attractions and activities include water sports, golf and riding. Beach 3 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.
    These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 26 guests.
    £193
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  • Farm Cottage, Isle Of WightInstant Book Overlay Image
    Kingates Farm nestles between the beautiful villages of Whitwell and Niton, on the southern point of the Isle of Wight. This wonderful holiday cottage includes many facilities to enable you to explore, unwind and indulge yourself in stunning surroundings. Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the location offers guests amazing panoramic views of rolling hills, nearby white cliffs and the coastline. This self catering holiday property have been converted from original farm buildings and offer spacious accommodation, enclosed gardens and paddocks with direct access to foot and cycle paths.
    The Stables is a perfect romantic break for two. This detached, single-storey property has vaulted ceilings, a well-equipped kitchen and a cosy wood burner. You can enjoy a peaceful nights’ sleep in the super kingsize bed, and the en-suite boasts a roll-top bath and large walk-in shower. Step out of the large patio doors to a private seating area with a barbecue and enclosed garden with far-reaching views to watch the abundant wildlife.
    A welcome hamper will be waiting for you on arrival with fresh milk, butter, eggs, homemade bread and local produce (extra supplies and/or dietary alternatives available on request). All produce is locally sourced where possible and you are welcome to seasonal fruit or vegetables from the main garden.
    Friendly, sociable adult dogs (over 12 months old) are welcome on holiday too but NOT left alone unless totally happy/settled in and agreed with owner in advance, while making use of the pool. They have their very own pet hamper with a microfibre mattress, towels, natural shampoo, toys, treats and pet ID tag.
    There are further gardens, walking paddocks and a central outside hot and cold water hose for muddy dogs, boots or bikes. The owners, who live on-site along with their dogs and animals, are available should you need any help. You are welcome to join them for a walk or cycle to the nearby St Catherine’s Oratory or ‘Pepperpot’, as its known locally, with many options to venture further afield should you wish.
    Outdoor pursuits on the island are well catered for and include horse riding, fishing, cycling, paragliding, water sports and golf. There are numerous attractions to discover for all ages. Pay a visit to Queen Victoria’s favourite holiday residence, Osborne House and its gardens, Blackgang Chine, the oldest themed attraction in the UK, the famous Needles, Ventnor Botanical Gardens, Tapnell Farm Park, Carisbrooke Castle or the sailing towns of Yarmouth and Cowes. There is plenty to discover and keep you entertained. There are local takeaway options if you fancy dining alfresco and making the most of the wide valley sunset glow. Beach 4 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant ¾ mile.
    The Stables can be booked together with Farm Cottage (ref UK11246) to accommodate up to 6 guests.
    £106
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  • Hadfield Cottage, Isle Of WightInstant Book Overlay Image
    "Hadfield Cottage lies within the grounds of Winterborne House built in 1839 and is noted as a former residence of Charles Dickens, who rented the property in the summer of 1849. Adjacent to the owner’s home, where Charles Dickens wrote five chapters of his novel, ‘David Copperfield’. Dickens, considered to be one of the greatest English novelists of the Victorian period, enjoyed a wider popularity and fame than had any previous author during his lifetime and continues to remain popular, having been responsible for some of English literature’s most iconic novels and characters. 2024 is the 75th anniversary of his residence in Bonchurch.
    Hadfield Cottage can comfortably accommodate up to six people, is dog-friendly and is ideal for extended families. The property’s unusual layout works fantastically with two of the property’s bedrooms and a shower room located on the ground floor. The cottage comes with off-road parking for two vehicles and has a courtyard garden to the front with a small patio area. The beautiful village of Bonchurch lies close to the seafront to the east of Ventnor. It is situated on the southeastern coast of the Isle of Wight, right in the heart of the famous Undercliff, much of which is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Bonchurch is renowned for its literary connections; writers and poets such as the aforementioned Dickens, as well as Stackpole and Swinburne, who all resided here for a time during the village’s Victorian heyday in the 1840s. The cottage’s location is only a short walk to Bonchurch and Ventnor’s beaches and its fishermen’s cottages.
    The cottage is a short walk to the coastal path, and beach and a scenic one-mile walk to the town of Ventnor with its pubs, restaurants and shops. Ventnor, a traditional Victorian seaside town, is only short a distance away with a great variety of local shops, restaurants and public houses serving locally caught fresh fish and locally brewed ales. Sheltered from the north by St Boniface Downs (owned by the National Trust), Ventnor benefits from its micro-climate, providing an ideal haven for a variety of flora and fauna.
    Outdoor pursuits on the island include horse riding, fishing, cycling, paragliding, water sports and golf. There are numerous attractions for all ages across the island including The Needles, with its chairlift, amusement park, boat rides, lighthouse and coloured sands of Alum Bay. You can also visit Queen Victoria’s favourite holiday residence, Osborne House, and its gardens, as well as Blackgang Chine (the oldest themed attraction in the UK), Ventnor Botanical Gardens, Tapnell Farm Park, Carisbrooke Castle or the sailing towns of Yarmouth and Cowes. Beach 1 mile. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile."
    £126
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  • Fisher, Isle of WightInstant Book Overlay Image
    Newport, England
    Fisher offers an open plan living space all on the ground floor, finished to an excellent standard. Built in 2020, this property features matching quality contemporary flooring and LED mood lighting, together with glass doors and windows with stylish Italian internal blinds. The living area has a multi-coloured LED fire and the dining room has a dimmable chandelier and seating for 6 people, whilst the kitchen boasts solid stone work surfaces and sink, as well as atmospheric lighting. The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and the other two bedrooms have direct access to the separate spacious shower room, which has a walk-in rain shower. Bi-fold doors lead you out onto the full-length balcony and decking where you can enjoy glorious sunrises and sunsets and spectacular countryside views. The property has wrap-around gardens including garden furniture and private parking for two/three cars. Fisher’s ample gardens will give your family or group plenty of space to enjoy the outdoor life. The property is conveniently located and central to attractions, set back from the road leading to Newport and the village of Arreton, and the seaside resort of Ryde is about a 10-minute drive. Enjoy scenic walks locally, and other outdoor pursuits include birdwatching, cycling, horse riding, golf and water sports.
    There is access to Newport and Arreton via bridle paths and the rest of the Isle of Wight should you wish to walk or cycle it, while buses into Newport and Ryde (the two main bus stations) are about 5 minutes away to take you anywhere you want to go on the Island. Discover many attractions nearby including Arreton Barns, The Garlic Farm and Robin Hill Adventure Park. Also within easy driving distance are Osborne House, Carisbrooke Castle, Ventnor Botanical Gardens, museums, vineyards and wildlife centres. Fishing nearby. Beach 7 miles. Shop and restaurant 1 mile. Pub within 1 mile.
    £68
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  • Holly Cottage, Isle Of WightInstant Book Overlay Image
    Part of our ‘More than Dog Friendly’ collection, Holly Cottage is located in an idyllic country lane in the peaceful hamlet of Roud. This comfortable property is less than two miles away from the centre of one of the most picturesque villages on the Isle Of Wight, Godshill. It is suited to walkers, cyclists and guests wanting to enjoy a slice of rural life on their holiday and take in some spectacular walks and countryside views. A one bedroom, single-storey, detached property, it lies adjacent to the owner’s home, and comprises of one kingsize bedroom and a small sofa bed in the open-plan living room. It’s perfect for couples or a small family with a dog, looking for a short break or a week’s holiday, as it provides an ideal central base giving easy access to all of the island’s many attractions. There is a small, enclosed garden and plenty of long walks in the surrounding area for dogs to enjoy. A hairdryer, iron and ironing board are provided within the property.
    Godshill has a winding main street lined with a number of fantastic village pubs and tea rooms serving the best local ales and delicious cream scones and jam. The village boasts some of the oldest buildings on the Isle of Wight with its own historic medieval church at the top of the hill and numerous pretty, thatched cottages. There is something for all the family to explore, including a model village, museums, gift shops, pubs and restaurants. For walkers there are also many miles of public footpaths and countryside to explore on your doorstep. The island has become a real hotspot for cycling enthusiasts, with a choice of challenging off-road bridleways, peaceful by-ways and level, purpose-made tracks running along former railway lines.
    The popular seaside resorts of Ventnor and Shanklin are around a 15 minute drive away, with lovely parks, gardens and glorious beaches. The island’s capital, Newport, with its many amenities, including a leisure centre and theatre, is also 15 minutes away. Further outdoor pursuits on the island include horse riding, fishing, para-gliding, water sports and golf. There are numerous attractions to discover for all ages, such as The Needles, with its chairlift down to the coloured sands of Alum Bay, with an amusement park, boat rides and a lighthouse. Why not pay a visit to Queen Victoria’s favourite holiday residence, Osborne House and gardens, or visit Blackgang Chine, the oldest themed attraction in the UK? Ventnor Botanical Gardens, Tapnell Farm Park, Carisbrooke Castle or the sailing towns of Yarmouth and Cowes are also well worth a visit. Whatever you decide, one thing’s for sure, the Isle of Wight has plenty to offer for everyone. Beach 5 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 1½ miles.
    £52
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