Mobile Home / Static Caravan Hire in Isle of Wight

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Hire a mobile home / static caravan in Isle of Wight direct from the owner at lower cost. The Isle of Wight is located about 4 miles from the South Coast and is very easy to get to by ferry. It has a mild climate and much to offer with many exciting attractions for all ages but also has quiet secluded beaches and many historical sites. Browse through our private mobile homes in Isle of Wight to find the one that is perfect for your ideal holiday.

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Mobile Home in Bembridge, Isle of Wight

Bembridge, Isle of Wight

Bedrooms: 2  Sleeps: 6  Pets: No
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Well equipped static caravan with direct access to the beach.
Well equipped static caravan with direct access to the beach.
  • Beds2
  • Sleeps6
  • PetsNo
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Mobile Home in Cowes, Isle of Wight

Cowes, Isle of Wight

Bedrooms: 2  Sleeps: 7  Pets: Yes
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Well equipped caravan on the edge of the ancient woodland.
Well equipped caravan on the edge of the ancient woodland.
  • Beds2
  • Sleeps7
  • PetsYes
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Mobile Home in Bembridge, Isle of Wight

Bembridge, Isle of Wight

Bedrooms: 2  Sleeps: 6  Pets: No
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Luxury static caravan with double glazing and central heating.
Luxury static caravan with double glazing and central heating.
  • Beds2
  • Sleeps6
  • PetsNo
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Mobile Home in Sandown, Isle of Wight

Sandown, Isle of Wight

Bedrooms: 3  Sleeps: 8  Pets: Yes
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Fabulously well equipped static caravan with decked veranda.
Fabulously well equipped static caravan with decked veranda.
  • Beds3
  • Sleeps8
  • PetsYes

Isle of Wight Caravan Holidays

The Isle of Wight is located in the English Channel about 4 miles off the south coast of England and is England's largest island and was once home to Queen Victoria and the poet Tennyson.
First inhabited in the stone age and then by the Normans until 1293, the Isle played a part in defending Portsmouth and Southamptons ports during the Battle of Britain and the Spanish Armada

Once a very rural island, it has grown in population and as a holiday destination and is popular for caravan holidays. Access to the island is by ferry, catamaran and hovercraft which are in regular service. The island has many seaside resorts and attractions most famous for the Isle of Wight music festival attracting thousands each year to see the worlds top music acts perform.
With 57 miles of stunning coastline the Isle has 17 blue flag sand and shingle beaches. Shanklin, Ryde, Ventnor and Sandown all have traditional seaside charm with promenades, deck chairs and tea shops.The coastal paths are perfect for walkers with magnificent view across to the mainland, the wildlife and of course the famous Needles and lighthouse, the stunning natural chalk rock formation.

Local attractions include Osbourne House, Queen Victoria's residence where she died aged 81 on January 22 1901. Here you can experience the grandeur of the Queens life or explore the vast grounds and sculptured gardens and the swiss cottage playhouse the Queen had built for her children. Isle of Wight Zoo, Carisbrooke Castle, Blackgang Chine amusement park, Robin Hill Country Nature park, Wight Donkey sanctuary.
There are many restaurants, public houses and tea rooms across the island with seafood being the speciality, all locally caught.

To enquire about hiring any of the static caravans in Isle of Wight please contact the owner directly. You can also view more caravans in UK by visiting our UK caravans page.