Isle of Wight Historic Houses

This listing concentrates primarily on historic houses, manors, and stately homes. The Isle of Wight also boasts a fascinating array of other Historic Buildings, from windmills to military structures.





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Freshwater (Self catering)
Little Sedge, Freshwater

Little Sedge

This cottage is located near Freshwater Bay on the Isle of Wight and can sleep three people in one bedroom.
Sleeps 3

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Ryde (Self catering)
Moyo, Ryde

Moyo

This mid-terrace cottage is situated on Ashley Park in the lovely large town of Ryde and can sleep three people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 3

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Sandown (Hotel)
Royal Pier Hotel

Royal Pier Hotel

The Royal Pier one of Sandown s finest Hotels on the the Isle of Wight was originally built by the Victorians for Princess Beatrice as her summer residence. The property later became a very popular meeting place for those wealthy travellers who followed in the path of royalty to walk … more >>

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Newport (Hotel)
Newport Quay Hotel

Newport Quay Hotel

The Newport Quay Hotel is located in the heart of the glorious Isle of Wights capital town of Newport. This 17th Century Grade II listed hotel is set in a quiet street, steeped in historical and architectural interest. Within walking distance there are a large selection of bars and restaurants. … more >>

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