Self-catering holiday cottages in Bembridge

Benbridge is located at the eastern most extremity of the Isle of Wight and claims to be the largest village in England. It has three beaches famed for exploring activity, with wonderful views out to sea, including St Helen’s Fort n the Solent and the city of Portsmouth on the mainland to the north. It also has a large harbour as well as its own airport. Just outside the village is the famous Bembridge Windmill, now looked after by the National Trust.

Families will have no problem with holiday activities for their children - and those looking for outdoor action on the sea will be well satisfied. Find a coastal retreat in this Area of Natural Beauty ranging from house boats, beach-side apartments and seaside family holiday houses to rent.

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The Chicken Shed, Isle of Wight

Small luxury cottage in Bembridge with 1 bedroom, sleeps 2. No pets allowed. Enclosed Garden / Patio, Pub within 1 mile, Winter Short Breaks.

The Chicken Shed is a coastal retreat and is situated in an Area of Natural Beauty offering amazing walks and views.

  • Detached Property
  • Ground Floor Facilities
  • Customers Choice 2015
  • Shower
  • WiFi
  • Green Scheme
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  • Coastal within 1 mile
  • Coastal within 3 miles
  • Coastal within 5 miles
  • Open Plan
  • Parking - On Site
  • Customers Choice
  • Shower Cubicle
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Things to do when you stay in Benbridge, Isle of Wight

Bembridge is a charming seaside resort with plenty of entertainment! The village is a popular holiday centre for dingy sailing and watersports, and during the summer months there is a hive of activity in and around the harbour, including many special interest events such as music, family and local produce weekends. There are wonderful walks to enjoy, including one taking you up and across the cliffs, as well as many pathway rambles. The prominent Earl of Yarborough Monument (close to the Culver Haven Inn, a great place for refueling of the bodily kind prior to the descent back down) sits on top of the hill and is worth a visit for the spectacular views over the sea. It’s a beautiful area and very suitable for the self-catering holiday maker.