Enjoy your own space in Isle of Wight
Would you like to enjoy the space of a whole YHA hostel and have the place to yourself and your loved ones? Book our Isle of Wight properties exclusively, just for your group.
Get ready to make memories that will last a lifetime and experience a coastal getaway exploring rugged coastline, award-winning beaches, and beautiful scenery with family and friends. Some of our properties allow you to holiday with your four-legged companion too. Discover our unique places to hire in Isle of Wight. We’re sure you’ll have a holiday to remember.
YHA properties to hire in the Isle of Wight
Why book with YHA Exclusive Hire?
Get away together
Bring your family and friends with properties for a range of group sizes
Enjoy your own space
With sole use of the property, you can come and go as you please
Young person discount
Bringing anyone under 26 years old? You'll get 5% off
Suitable for events
Perfect for birthday celebrations, anniversaries or annual trips
Best price guaranteed
Book direct for the lowest and fairest price
Cater to all tastes
Self-catering kitchen with utensils, crockery and cutlery
Things to do in the Isle of Wight
Welcome to the Isle of Wight
Situated off the south coast of England, the Isle of Wight lies just off the coast of Hampshire and is the largest island in in the English Channel. The island is a popular holiday destination with plenty to see and do.
The island has 11 award-winning beaches, breath-taking coastline, walking and cycling routes, charming towns and villages, quality tourist attractions including Carisbrooke Castle, Quarr Abbey, Isle of Wight zoo and the Isle of Wight festival, so whatever you get up to during your visit, we’re sure you will have a memorable time when visiting.
Blackgang Chine is an eccentric mix of exciting rides, goblins and fairies, dinosaurs and nursery rhyme characters designed to appeal to the child in all of us.
A wonderfully preserved castle, known as the place where King Charles I was imprisoned. Don't miss the wonderful Princess Beatrice Garden. There are also regular tournaments and jousts, as w
There are various indoor and outdoor climbing walls in close proximity to the Youth Hostel. For something a little different, why not try tree climbing?
This museum situated in Cowes Library incorporates all aspects of local maritime activity from shipbuilding to sailing.
There are plenty of good cycle routes marked on the island. Cycle around the island in a day or two or even three or four.
One of the best vantage points for watching boats, the park has an aquarium & a reptilarium, history of the Sea museum, model railway, and observatory & planetarium. Visit the Fort's&n
Isle of Wight Pearl is not only home to an unmissable collection of pearl jewellery – but there are spectacular cliff-top views over the English Channel, a butterfly meadow, and a café where you can e
The Isle of Wight is heaven for cycling, both on and off road.
You can't go to the Isle of Wight and not see the iconic Needles - a series of chalk stacks which protrude into the sea. At the top of the cliff, on the headland, is the Old Battery and New Batt
Great for anyone who enjoys a quiet relaxing time on the beach or wants an easy walk along the promenade to Colwell Bay. Visit the website
The hostel is surrounded by National Trust land and footpaths galore. Footpaths go north to Yarmouth, south to Lord Alfred Tennyson's Monument on the Tennyson Trail, east to Freshwater Bay and west
Totland Bay and Freshwater Bay provide surfing, kayaking, paddleboarding and coasteering. Colwell Bay is great for kite surfing and at Compton Bay you can go surfing.