If you’re thinking of getting away from it all and looking for somewhere that offers beauty and tranquility without needing your passport (or a taxi to the airport), why not take a look at Woodside Bay Lodge Retreat.
Set deep in glorious woodland, with access to a jaw-droppingly gorgeous beach, Woodside Bay Lodge Retreat – just west of Wootton Creek on the Isle of Wight – has this year undergone an extensive redevelopment.
The relaxed atmosphere and secluded surroundings at Woodside Bay Lodge Retreat allow you to leave the world behind and rejuvenate your mind, body and soul.
Fit for a 21st century self catering holiday
As well as a range of luxury holiday home lodges (flick through the photos below), Woodside Bay Lodge Retreat also boasts some quirky accommodation on the Isle of Wight.
Check out the two very special tree houses – all with modern features – fit for a 21st century self catering holiday on the Isle of Wight.
They have fabulous en-suites with copper finishings, kitchenettes, central heating, flat screen TVs and iPod docking stations, as well as a cosy woodburner and more importantly, hot tubs!
The Premier range of holiday lodge accommodation also boast hot tubs on their private outdoor decking area, as well as lots of other great mod-cons and furnished to a high standard.
Feel your batteries recharging as you relax and indulge in one of the spa treatments (they partner with Aromatherapy Associates), or have a rejuvenating workout in the state of the art Gym.
After a full day exploring, sit back and relax in the brand new restaurant, and taste the mouth-watering dishes.
There are three type of eateries at the park: The Braii (a South African themed BBQ, do it yourself kind of place), Kellermans (family friendly restaurant) and Pizza Alfresco (using their woodburner pizza oven during the warmer weather).
Woodside Bay is all about peace and relaxation, so there’s no clubhouse, but there are plenty of places nearby for drinks and local entertainment in either Cowes or Ryde.
What’s not to like?
This beautiful and tranquil resort, with luxury holiday lodges and one-of-a-kind tree house accommodation, has something for everyone, from woodland walks to pubs and bars in the local area.
It’s the perfect destination for luxury self catering holidays on the Isle of Wight.
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