Handpicked Log Cabin Retreats
Ever made the journey across the Channel to the Isle of Wight before? Full of unique character and charm, the Isle really is its own entity. What’s more, there are plenty of dog friendly lodges on the Isle of Wight that are popping up all the time.
The perfect lodge for Tolkien fans? This beautiful lodge is very pet friendly and offers a king size bedroom for two people. There is a balcony with decking, a TV, a shower room, utilities, and a wood burner. There are also pond views as well as a kitchen suite.
This stylish log cabin is situated on the south side of the Isle of Wight and has a king size bedroom and a twin as well as two bathrooms. Inside there is a utility room with a washing machine and a wood burner with logs provided whilst outside there is an enclosed garden, a barbecue area, and a fire pit. The delightful seaside resorts of Shanklin and Ventnor are just six miles away with a variety of shops and activities.
Located on a 12 acre farm, this beautiful single story cabin is ideal for a small family. It has an open plan lounge diner, as well as two bedrooms and one family bathroom. There’s off road parking for two vehicles and you can cook food with the barbecue outside. Nearby attractions that are well worth the visit include the garlic farm, the Roman Villa, and Carisbrooke Castle.
A large detached holiday home with four bedrooms and three family bathrooms. There’s a TV in the lounge and outside there’s a gated garden with a barbecue and five steps that lead down to a large lawn area. Close by there is a coastal path that you can follow to St. Helens and onward to Bembridge, or you can check out the fantastic Seaside resort of Seaview with its range of shops and cafes.
This fabulous reverse level holiday home is perfect for a family needing to escape to the coast. It has a king size bedroom, a double and a twin, as well as one family bathroom. Inside the home there is a wood burner with logs provided, a travel cot and a high chair are also available. Outside there’s a terrace garden with a gas barbecue and seats. There is also electric car charging available at this property, and fishing is permitted. The lovely home overlooks the River Avon, or you can head into Christchurch Harbour where you can try paddle boarding or kayaking.
The Isle of Wight really is a bit of a hidden gem. Tucked away right off the coast of Hampshire, this is something of a dog friendly holiday paradise. You’re far from the crowds of cities and towns on the mainland, and there’s always a beach!
It’s little wonder why! The Isle of Wight has an amazing coastline. That also means you are always likely to find seaside town after seaside town to explore here. Therefore, a dog friendly holiday just makes sense. Take a look out at the incredible history of the Isle of Wight, the family friendly attractions and more!
If you’re looking into dog friendly lodges and cabins on the Isle of Wight for the first time, we’ve done some digging for you to help make your choice that little bit easier. Keep reading, and we will fill you in on the best lodges on the Isle of Wight
The heart of the Isle of Wight is absolutely ideal for couples looking to break away from the mainland. The Isle of Wight steam railway scene makes for a brilliant day out or two, and what’s more, there are beaches, castles and market scenes all around. Despite being part of the UK, the Isle of Wight really is its own entity, and it certainly feels that way in the best possible sense!
That’s also what makes the Isle of Wight such an amazing breakaway for pets. With fresh sea air and cobbled walkways, sandy walks and quaint town scenes, there are few better areas you can search for where you can bring a dog on holiday. That’s why searching for lodge and cabin properties in the region is a great idea.
Our favourites in terms of Isle of Wight lodges are dotted all over the island. Many are available for you to book close to the coastlines so you can explore the beaches with your pets, while others are closer to attractions such as the family resort of Blackgang Chine, the stunning walks up on Robin Hill, and the fun-filled days out at the Isle of Wight Zoo.
If you’re planning various walks and days out in and around the heart of the Isle of Wight, it really does make sense to take a look through the best cabin properties and special offers. The Isle of Wight’s log cabin scene is growing more and more, as people are looking for authentic holiday home accommodation in a rural style. Of course, the cabins and cottages available here are likely to be full of mod cons, too!
While it’s great to get up close to an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Isle of Wight, why not hold out for that superfast Wi Fi? What about access to a swimming pool, or your own holiday home hot tub? Whether south coast, east coast or close to the outskirts of St Helens – or even the capital city of Newport – we’ve lined up some great breakaway choices we know you’re going to love. Don’t leave your pets behind – explore the Isle of Wight with your dogs all year round via pet friendly breaks!