The Lakes RookleyAt the heart of the island
Nestled in acres of parkland, with two central lakes, you'll wake up to the sounds of nature. Laidback Lakehouses, stylish cottages and relaxed caravans, some with hot tubs, the choice is yours! Indoor and outdoor pools, watersports on the lake, children's activities and a bar and eatery, it's all here. And dogs are very welcome.
Prices from £106.
The Bay ColwellBy the beach
Head to the east of the island, right by the coast and you'll find The Bay Colwell. A quiet retreat and a great base for exploring. Choose from a two bedroom cottage with patio area and hot tub or a beach house with large decking area with sea view. Splash in the indoor pool, pick up a cuppa in our coffee house, or let the little ones climb in the sofa play.
Prices from £240.
St Helens Coastal ResortQuiet retreat
St Helens Coastal Resort, on the east of the island, is for a peaceful holiday all about relaxation. Close to Bembridge and Duver beach, there's plenty nearby for when you want to go out and about. Luxury lodges, with hot tubs and some with rooftop terraces, and laidback caravans, the choice is yours. When the sun shines, head to the outdoor pool or let the kids enjoy the adventure play.
Prices from £158.
SwanageYou natural beauty!
Pack your buckets and spades, sandwiches and swimmers and head to Swanage beach. Feel the fine sand slipping between your toes, see the colourful beach huts and pick your favourite ice cream flavour. Step back in time and go for a ride on the steam train. No visit to Dorset can go without a trip to Studland and a pic of Old Harry Rocks. Must see natural landmarks also include Durdle Door, Corfe Castle and the layered cliffs near picture-perfect Lulworth Cove.
Swanage Bay ViewJurassic coast views
Step out of your caravan or lodge and admire the gorgeous views of Swanage Bay. Look out to the sea on one side and the hills and fields on the other. From a swimming pool, to a lounge bar, and a gym, you can have a leisurely week away without needing to worry about a thing. Go for a morning swim and feel the cool water waking you up or join the bar for a drink with a sea view.
Prices from £219.
Isle of WightLike a Greek island
Nestled on your own little island, you'll feel as if you are abroad. With chocolate-box towns and villages, traditional pubs and a vibrant foodie scene and an abundance of beaches to spend a day at, you'll fall in love with the Isle of Wight. There's plenty of countryside with public walkways for you explore. And don't forget to see if you can spot the elusive red squirrel and other exciting wildlife!
Prices based on a midweek break in November (Or October for resorts closed over winter) and correct as of 29 January 2021.