3.6 miles W of Ventnor
From £180 per night
Yurt on the Isle of Wight with an outdoor bathtub: Escape the everyday and indulge in the unspoilt beauty this island retreat has to offer. Soak in its tropical microclimate and admire glistening ocean views, slip into the bubble-filled alfresco tub or shower under the stars… magical!
It’s time to slow down and embrace a dose of island life at our stunning yurt nestled at the most southerly tip of the Isle of Wight. Home to its very own microclimate, you can be sure to spend your days soaking up the blissful sunshine as the ocean waves glisten and dance in the distance. Roam the lush green garden, have an afternoon snooze on the sunloungers then dine alfresco on the deck. As dusk settles, this hidden haven becomes even more enchanting; toast marshmallows over the fire pit, then when the little ones are in bed, pour a glass of your favourite and soak your worries away in the outdoor bathtub! Not to mention, the yurts interiors are utterly dream-worthy…
From the moment you step inside Lazyday Hideaway, you will feel completely at ease. Pretty fairy lights illuminate this circular abode with a warm, welcoming glow. The sumptuous double bed takes centre stage, adorned with soft linens and a bohemian throw. It sits beneath the Toono window, so you can fall asleep to the soft twinkle of stars above. To the left, there’s a lovely little sofa which can be made up as two single beds on request. So, whether it’s a couples getaway or family glamping adventure, there’s plenty of room for everyone. You’ll find lots of storage space within the yurt, lovely hanging plants and a warming wood-burner to keep you nice and toasty for those out of season escapes. Outside and to the left, sits the separate kitchen area in a unique upcycled retro caravan. Inside is bright and spacious with a lovely kitchenette complete with all the holiday essentials. There’s a sweet table, the perfect spot for breakfast or board games should you be kept inside by the weather. To the right of the yurt is the separate WC and wash basin. There’s also an open air shower, so you can truly embrace outdoor living and shower in the wilds!
The magic continues outside. With a large south facing garden, there’s endless spots to sit back and indulge in this subtropical paradise. Step out onto the sun soaked deck and slowly enjoy your morning brew, breathing in the fresh ocean air. You’ll simply never tire of spending your days here; enjoy family games, a picnic on the grass or simply soak up the sunshine on the lovely sun loungers. You’ll find a swing hanging from the tree for the little ones and two wooden chairs at the bottom of the garden, perfect for that evening sundowner. And although we can’t promise the weather, this idyllic spot on the Isle of Wight is home to some of the sunniest summers and mildest winters! Just perfect, no matter the time of year. As dusk settles, watch your enchanting abode come to life under the stars. This part of the coastline has been voted as one of the best spots for stargazing in the UK, so you are promised a dazzling display on a clear evening. Alfresco cooking is a must here, enjoy a delicious barbecue on a balmy summer's eve or cook over the flickering flames of the firepit for extra rusticity. There’s a bench surrounding the firepit, toast marshmallows until your heart's content and share campfire stories. The gorgeous outdoor bathtub allows you to immerse yourself in nature like never before; pour a glass of fizz and unwind in the bubbles, gazing at the magical constellations above.
As you set sail across the Solent to the mesmerising Isle of Wight, your Island getaway begins. With an abundance of tropical beaches, miles upon miles of coastal walks and unspoilt countryside right on your doorstep, your only worry will be where to explore first! Nestled at the southerly edge of the Island, you can wander down to St Catherine’s Lighthouse, St Catherine's Point (the most southerly tip of the island) and Castle Haven beach from Lazyday Hideaway. The village of Niton is close by, home to some local shops where you can stock up on the holiday essentials, and there’s also a traditional village pub. You can even hire an E-bike from Zoom E-Bike Hire in the village and explore the many picturesque cycling routes nearby, all with minimal traffic.
The seaside town of Ventnor is just a short drive away, boasting an array of shops, delicious eateries and a lovely beachfront. Be sure to visit its flourishing Botanic Gardens whilst here, you won’t be disappointed! Why not pick up the day’s freshest catch from Ventnor Haven Fishery to cook back at your hideaway. A little further afield, you’ll find Freshwater Bay. The still, tropical waters are perfect for swimming, kayaking and paddle boarding. We’d recommend stopping at the quirky Piano Cafe for some delicious home-cooked food. A getaway on the Island would not be complete without seeing the iconic Needles, take the chairlift at Alum Bay (not for the fainthearted but there are steps as an alternative), or hire a speedboat to take you for a close-up view. You may even be lucky enough to spot a dolphin gliding through the crystal clear waters. This island truly is a special destination for your glamping getaway and Lazyday Hideaway the perfect base for exploring all its beauty.
Yurt with open plan living-room with bedroom areas. Wood-burner. King-size double bed (5’) and twin sofa beds (3’).
Caravan kitchen and dining area with electric hob, microwave, small fridge with small freezer compartments, kettle and toaster.
Outside access to WC and wash-basin. Separate exterior shower. Outdoor bathtub.
Your stay at Lazyday Hideaway will automatically give you a 12-month membership to Wanderlust Camping Club.
There is another yurt on site; Stargazers’ Retreat (5125) - a great solution if you are looking to holiday with friends, but with your own secluded area to enjoy. Both hideaways are positioned in a way to assure privacy.
You can also book a variety of spa treatments on site (at an additional cost) - treat yourself or that special someone to the ultimate pamper experience. The lovely owners offer a wellbeing menu including; massages, facials, yoga and aromatherapy treatments for the outdoor bathtub. Please speak directly to the owner to arrange a treatment and drift into a dreamy state of relaxation during your stay at Lazyday Hideaway.
Availability, reservations and pricing: £180 - £200 per night
Bed linen and towels are included in the price. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the website.
A non-refundable booking fee of £45 is payable per booking.
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