Cottages with Hot Tubs Isle of Wight
Everyone waxes lyrical about a holiday on the Isle of Wight. This small English island just off the south coast has everything that one could desire on holiday; the best of the British weather, good beaches, interesting villages, fabulous areas of outstanding natural beauty in the countryside, high quality eateries and good accommodation all over the island. Just find that holiday cottage with a hot tub and you'll have a most memorable break.
Do read the details of your cottage break and the hot tub usage carefully. Small independent country cottages will have a private hot tub for your use only, the larger holiday parks tend to have big communal hot tubs that seat about eight people.
It all depends on whether you mind sharing bath water with strangers, we always do with no ill effects in swimming pools and hot tubs are maintained in a similar fashion.
Relaxing Hot Tubs on Holiday
One of the things that people like about hot tubs is that they can lie back and relax, concentrate on the soothing bubbles and massaging jets and for a few minutes, forget about the aches and pains acquired walking that day and allow their brains to go on idle mode.
That's the thing about getting away to somewhere like the Isle of Wight, it's often remarked that it's like 'going back in time' and the islanders are proud of that. Things are done at a slower speed on the island, people have time to enjoy the present.
And that is exactly what everyone wants from a holiday; to enjoy every moment.
The Isle of Wight is fairly compact and mainly rural. The big seaside resorts are charming and decidely not over commercialised. There are good quality eateries lining the roads beside promenades and prices are extremely reasonable. A holiday on the Isle of Wight feels like very good value for money once you overcome the obstacle of the ferry cost.
Book a cottage with a hot tub on the IOW - you'll be pleased with your decision.
Self Catering cottages with hot tubs Isle of Wight
There are few nicer places to holiday in England. Go visit, you'll love the experience and the islanders.
The charming thatched cottages shown above are in the pretty village of Calbourne, which is inland in west Wight. The cost of the half hour ferry trip to the island deters some holidaymakers, however, the price and effort are worthwhile when they see the attractions of this peaceful holiday isle.
The island is blessed with good beaches and friendly coastal resorts such as Ventnor, Shanklin, Sandown, Yaverland, Bembridge, Seaview, Ryde and many more. Inland are numerous small villages and plenty of tourist attractions such as Ventnor Botanic Garden, Blackgang Chine Theme Park, Robin Hill, Monkey Haven and and numerous others.
A good number of the holiday cottages have a private hot tub and one thing can be guaranteed if booking a rural cottage, the hot tub will have views over attractive countryside.