This modern and cosy holiday nook sleeps 2 people and is one of our favourite dog friendly holiday cottages on the Isle of Wight. With space for one well behaved dog, this holiday cottage offers ground floor living, with a kingsize bedroom and a TV and DVD lounge with access to Wi-Fi.
The boatbuilder’s cottage has been refurbished and extended to sleep 10 in four bedrooms. The limestone flooring has underfloor heating and some of its original features have been sympathetically restored, like window seats. Outside there is room to relax on garden furniture and there is a hot tub
The Old Dairy is a stone built cottage on the Isle of Wight that sleeps 2 people. This cosy bolthole offers space for 2 pets who are well behaved. It’s an adults-only cottage with a twin bedroom and a sitting room with dining facilities. There’s a lovely kitchen suite as well as a gravel outdoor area for you to sit in and enjoy
This large holiday home, on the edge of Parkhurst forest sleeps six with two of the three bedrooms on the ground floor. The lounge is on the first floor with dual aspects and a wood burner. In the established garden there is room for BBQing and having your meals and a hot tub.
The Coach House is a striking holiday close to the area of Wootton Bridge, an ideal family retreat that sleeps 6 people. There are 3 bedrooms here, as well as a kitchen suite with cooking and washing facilities, and your own sizeable patio space to enjoy. There is a shared games room here as well as all of the power
Situated on a small farm this cottage in true Cotswold vernacular is opposite the village’s old wash pool and sleeps four in two spacious bedrooms, each with an en suite. The sitting room’s double doors lead onto a terraced garden enclosed by a high stone wall for private soaks in the hot tub.
Drake Cottage has a lovely presentable facade and offers room for 4 people and a dog, who you can bring along for free. This self catering accommodation retreat is based entirely on the ground floor, and offers 1 bedroom as a double, and another as a twin. There’s also a wet room with shower and toilet
Mill Cottage is an ideal Isle of Wight family friendly bolthole. It sleeps 4 guests in 2 bedrooms and has space for 2 pets. You’ll benefit from oil central heating, a full kitchen suite and your own garden with furniture and BBQ set. There’s also parking available here for 2 cars.
Hill Farm is a quaint cottage locale that sleeps 6 people, has internet access throughout, and which has space for 2 pets. It is one of the best presented renovated farm cottages on the Isle of Wight. It offers 4 bedrooms, a kitchen and dining area, a living room with woodburning stove and more.
Rosemary Cottage is a delightful holiday bolthole that sleeps 4 people across 2 bedrooms with 1 bathroom space. There is also room for 2 pets. It is one of several cottages in the area and is family friendly, offering a true working farm experience. There’s internet access throughout
Magnolia Cottage is another wonderful dog friendly accommodation spot in the region of Godshill, putting you close to genuine country beauty on the Isle of Wight. This bolthole sleeps 4 people and has 2 bedrooms, as well as space for 2 pets. There is a nice patio here as well as furniture
The Poplars Cottage in St Helens is beautifully presented and offers space to sleep 4, across 2 bedrooms and with room available for 2 dogs. Offering an enclosed garden and patio, this thatched nook offers a ground floor bathroom as well as stunning views across villages such as St Helens.
The island boasts some of England’s best panoramas and cliff top walks. You will find amazing cottages, houses and lodges with fantastic views. It’s the perfect place for letting your dog run free along the sandy beaches. You can enjoy coastal walks (see here) surrounded by the sea, or fantastic local flora and fauna. You and pooch will never be bored with the island’s outdoor adventures.
A weekend away doesn’t have to cost a fortune. The Isle of Wight has affordable accommodation to offer, without having to miss out on all the island has to offer. You will get to experience the same sights and experiences which are there for all to enjoy. The best part about it all is, you can take your pooch with you.
A relaxing country getaway doesn’t need to last for weeks. You might only need a day or two to really unwind. The Isle of Wight is the perfect place. You’re sure to find plenty adventure through the day, and relaxing activities for the evenings. Take the strain away, and do it all at your own pace.
Cottage locations which welcome dogs are opening up more and more. In this guide, we have hunted down some of our favourite dog friendly holiday escapes on the island. Looking for a cosy pet friendly getaway? Keep reading!
From Cowes to Sandown, Isle of Wight scenes and views really do need to be experienced in person. Finding a dog friendly self catering cottage on the Isle of Wight isn’t tricky in itself, but you’re going to need to find a holiday home or holiday cottage that really fits your specific needs.
Are you looking for a family break at a country cottage? What about a ground floor holiday home with 1 bedroom? Maybe you’re just looking for wildlife watching experiences and somewhere you can get some fantastic sea views pouring through your windows.
In any case, do take a look through our pet friendly favourites!
Some establishments don’t allow guests with pets, but there are plenty of fantastic properties which do.
Your pet will feel at home in your well chosen accommodation anywhere across the island. Coastal or countryside, your dog is sure to enjoy it as much as you.
The Isle of Wight is a place of adventure, with some of the UK’s least talked about natural beauty spots, and hundreds of miles of paths for eager doggies to explore.
Our picks for dog friendly cottages on the Isle of Wight with hot tubs allow you to explore the vast woodland and rolling hills, as well as the island’s rightly famous sandy beaches.
Take your dog, family, friends or loved one on a holiday or weekend break away.
It’s a perfect place to escape and unwind, whatever sort of holiday you need.
If the Isle of Wight wasn’t quite the place for you, find more South of England cottages for dogs here.