Yarmouth is located on the western side of the Island at the mouth of the Yar estuary and is the gateway to the quieter glories of the West Wight countryside and unspoiled coast. Visitors will be delighted by the choice of high quality holiday cottages in Yarmouth available to rent all year round. Wightlink Ferries dock here from Lymington, after a crossing of just over half an hour (great for day or half-day trips to explore the Dorset Coast). London is only 2 hours away.
Yarmouth received its charter in 1135 and is the second smallest town in England. Its natural harbour is guarded by Yarmouth Castle, built by Henry VIII in 1547. The harbour attracts international yachts and motor cruisers, whose crews take advantage of the moorings to enjoy the lively range of shops, and many places to eat and drink in the town. However, you don't need a yacht to stay in the town. There are a fine choice of holiday cottages and self catering town houses from which to enjoy Yarmouth's attractions and those on the rest of the Isle of Wight for landlubberes. The charming listed wooden pier makes a fine promenade to enjoy views of the Solent and welcomes visits from ‘The Waverley’ paddle steamer offering pleasure cruises on The Solent in summer. Yarmouth also appeals to visitors looking for a fishing holiday with opportunities for shore and boat fishing all year round. Book a holiday cottage to ensure that no matteer what the state of the tide, it won't conflict with having to be back for set meal times required when staying ion a hotel.
North House is a magnificent Grade II listed waterside holiday cottage in Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight, ideal for special occasions. The large, 7-bedroom seaside house includes antique furnishings, stunning views, a spacious garden with room for pets and modern comforts as well as two open fires.
The Bouldner is a large Isle of Wight Holiday Cottage in Yarmouth with beautiful sea views across the Solent. This pet-friendly, 5-bedroom cottage, sleeps 10 in 5 bedrooms and welcomes large or extended families or friends for summer holidays on the Island or short breaks at other times.
Mill Reach is a stylish 2-bedroom holiday let a short stroll from the River Yar in Yarmouth, a picturesque seaisde town on the Isle of Wight with views across the Solent. Perfect for 2-4 guests seeking a long holiday or short break by the sea in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
A romantic holiday retreat for two awaits visitors to the Isle of Wight at The Sail Loft Annexe. Just west of the historic harbour town of Yarmouth affords guests easy access to a private beach from this delightful ground-floor beach apartment.
- Sleeps 2
- Bedrooms 1
- Bathrooms 1
- Countryside Cottages
Starboard is a beautiful Isle of Wight coastal retreat located on a shingle beach in charming Yarmouth. A small and romantic open plan studio apartment sleeping 2, Starboard is also dog-friendly.
- Sleeps 2
- Bedrooms 1
- Bathrooms 1
Tian Tang is a beautiful Isle of Wight holiday home with communal use of an indoor heated swimming pool, summerhouse and large garden that runs down to the Solent. This mdoern and comfortably furnished annexe in Yarmouth sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms and has 2 bathrooms.
- Sleeps 4
- Bedrooms 2
- Bathrooms 1
- Cottages With A Pool
Windward is a charming 2-bedroom Isle of Wight holiday cottage in the picturesque Victorian seaside resort of Yarmouth within easy reach of golden sandy beaches. Windward sleeps 4 in a stylish and very well equipped holiday home-from-home.
Waterfront Retreat in the Isle of Wight sailing resort of Yarmouth is a 2-bedroom holiday cottage. It is stylish decorated and furnished to create a sense of relaxation using driftwood ornaments and calming seaside colours for 2-4 guests (snd red squirrels living at the bottom of the garden).
Yarmouth's picturesque narrow streets and town square are lined by flower-decked shops and and old traditional pubs. Staying in Yarmouth on a self catering holiday doesn't mean you have to seat in your cottage all the time. Give the diswasher a rest: The town contains some lovely restaurants ranging from the luxurious through family-friendly pubs to cafes and tea rooms with outside tables for celebrating fine weather late into the evening. Many menues will have an emphasis on local produce and freshly caught fish.
Fill an entire day at Fort Victoria near Yarmouth whose attractions inlcude a 360-degree Planetarium, a large model railway exhibition (nostalgia for Dads') a Marine Aquarium, and a sea bed rchaeology exhibition.
There are some fine sandy beaches within easy reach and good transport links with the rest of the Island, with access to long distance walks and bike rides. Take a chairlift ride at theNeedles Park Sand Cliffs in Alum Bay for the best view of the rugged multi-coloured chalk sand cliffs.