Farm Holidays on the Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight is the perfect destination for visitors who want to explore the great outdoors and enjoy life away from the hustle and bustle of the towns of this beautiful island retreat.

The Island boasts a surprising number of beautiful farmhouses set amidst magnificent landscapes with picturesque villages, countryside idylls with a relaxed, rural lifestyle and all offering delightful hospitality to visitors who are looking for a more enriching island experience.

Our wide range of exclusive character farmhouses includes those on working or former working farms as well as older farm and manor houses of historical interest. Each has been selected for its own distinctive charm and the outstanding quality of its accommodation, facilities and generous hospitality.

A delightful farm holiday experience

A farm holiday on the Isle of Wight is perfect for visitors who want to take a entirely different collection of memories back home with them. From quaint farmhouses and character cottages to beautifully-restored barn conversions and grand manor houses, all offer a unique holiday experience with memories that will last a lifetime.

Whether you choose to stay in a property that has been designed to offer a comfortable base from which to explore and enjoy the island at your own pace, or prefer the warm hospitality and guidance of your farmhouse owners, you’ll find something very different on an Isle of Wight farm holiday.

A wide range of outdoor pursuits close at hand

The beauty of a farm holiday on the Isle of Wight is that there’s always a wide range of outdoor pursuits close at hand that will keep you occupied and entertained for your entire stay. You’ll find bird watching, nature trails, riding, fishing and farm tours as well as countless sporting and adventure facilities that are located on the island, almost always within a half hour drive of your accommodation. From the Needles on the Island’s extreme western tip to Bembridge in the east is barely an hour’s drive along the downland spine of the Island. There is only one very short length of dual carriageway, so driving on the Island’s country lanes tends to be a fairly relaxed affair.

However you choose to spend your time on the island, you can rest assured that, at the end of the day, you’ll return to a delightful and very comfortable character property to relax and unwind.

Enchanting holidays away from it all

The climate on the Isle of Wight is one of the mildest in the British Isles and even in the winter months, there is much to see and do, which explains why farm holidays on the Isle of Wight have become increasingly popular in recent years.

This is a sociable island and, particularly in the countryside, you’ll find numerous events to attend, including sheep dog trials, country fairs, Crab Apple Days and sporting functions that are open to all.

So, if you’re looking for an enchanting holiday where you can explore our beautiful countryside and unique heritage and enjoy fine food and great company, take a closer look at our Isle of Wight farm holidays for inspiration and really get away from it all in style.