Places to visit near Pyle - ISLE OF WIGHT



cottages with a four poster bedPyle is a hamlet in the southern part of the Isle of Wight, close to the larger villages of Atherfield Green and Chale. Although there are few amenities in Pyle, there is a lovely community feel to the settlement and so it makes a wonderful cottage retreat, especially for a romantic break away with your loved one. Self-catering cottages are available in Pyle and nearby, where you can rest in four-poster beds beneath cosy duvets, and soak within warm, bubbly hot tubs, glass of wine in hand, making this quiet and quaint area the perfect place to experience utter relaxation!

Take a look at a tempting collection of cottages with a four poster bed in the Isle of Wight and other locations in the UK.

Pyle is not very far from the coast, and so if you are avid walkers or keen on embracing nature, there are several walking trails that you can follow to the coastline for fabulous views of some truly stunning scenery on the Isle of Wight. Strolling along the coastline hand in hand with your partner is one of the best ways to blend romance with a unique backdrop, and it will be an experience that the both of you will remember fondly.

Places to visit near Pyle

The south coast of the Isle of Wight is bursting with exciting things to do, and if you stay in the quieter Pyle, you will never be short of opportunities to stray away and find a livelier atmosphere, events, and bigger attractions, getting the best of both worlds.

take the grandchildren to Blackgang ChineThe popular amusement park, Blackgang Chine, is only two miles away from Pyle. As Britain’s oldest theme park, it is steeped in history as well as being home to some of the best rides on the island! There is a Dinosaurland – fascinating for lovers of these incredible prehistoric creatures – which harks back to a time where these ‘giant lizards’ used to roam the Isle of Wight! Also in Blackgang Chine is a maze to get lost in, rollercoasters and other fun rides for the kids and big kids alike, and a visit to this attraction is one of the most popular things to do on the island. This theme park is great fun for older people as well as children because it provides an opportunity reminisce. Take the grandchildren and you will all enjoy your day out.

The large village of Niton is a little further from Pyle, but still only four miles away, and is home to St. Catherine’s Lighthouse, an interesting and historical structure that makes a great afternoon visit. Dating back to 1323 with the present structure being built in 1838, the lighthouse is open to guided tours, where visitors can learn about the history of this incredible piece of maritime history, which today guides shipping in the English Channel.

Cottages to rent, Pyle, Isle of Wight


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