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Disabled Holidays in Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight coast

Briefly an independent kingdom, home to the red squirrel, the world’s first radio station and the unsuccessful refuge of King Charles I, the fascinating history of the Isle of Wight stretches right back to the dinosaurs and the fossils that can be found there. Sometimes referred to as ‘England in miniature’ and with ‘All this beauty is of God’ as its motto, the Isle of Wight is a treasure trove for holidaymakers. Take a holiday to this fascinating island with!

Just a short hop from Hampshire across the Solent - travelling by hovercraft is fun - the Isle of Wight is wonderful for those who enjoy nature and wildlife, geology and the sea. The 19th century poets Tennyson and Swinburne both lived on the Isle of Wight for a while, no doubt enjoying the glorious combination of seaside and countryside, wildlife and gentle wanderings.

Places to visit on the Isle of Wight include Newport, which is great for shopping, the Victorian town of Ryde with the oldest seaside pier in England, East Cowes, where Osborne House, Queen Victoria’s summer retreat is located and Sandown, home to the Dinosaur Isle geological museum and zoo.

For those who enjoy history - either prehistoric or modern, nature in many forms, or the idea of a traditional English holiday, the Isle of Wight is the ideal destination. There are many guesthouses, B&B’s, hotels and caravan parks offering a fantastic range of accessibility options.

What’s available with our disabled holidays in the Isle of Wight?

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  • Red Squirrel Lodge in Wootton

    Wildlife Treasure Cottage

    • Self Catering
    • Sleeps 6
    • Countryside, Pet Friendly
    • 3 bedrooms
    • Cottages
    • 4 Stars

    A beautifully designed, barrier-free, single-storey lodge, this stunning, stylishly decorated property is perfect for wheelchair users.

    Wheel in shower Wheelchair access Grab rails Shower chair Pet Friendly
  • The Island Riding Centre - The Orchard in Newport

    Accessible Equestrian Centre Bungalow

    • Self Catering
    • Sleeps 10
    • Countryside, Beach Holidays, No Pets
    • 4 bedrooms
    • Cottages, Bungalows
    • 4 Stars

    This beautiful contemporary bungalow is situated on a unique horse riding and self-catering holiday destination on the Isle of Wight.

    Wheelchair access Ground floor facilities No Pets