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You don't have to be a cricket fan to enjoy Pavilion Cottage at Osborne - but it will do no harm if you are. Built in the early 1900s for sporty cadets at the Royal Naval College, it later became a store room, before livestock were allowed to take over the wicket.
Game over! Today, the long, south-facing verandah is the perfect place to sit and agree with Queen Victoria, who said: 'It is impossible to imagine a prettier spot'. She would be impressed by the interiors, as elegant as an Alastair Cook cover drive.
Queen Victoria made Osborne House her country get-away for 50 years before her death in 1901. It remains an extraordinary legacy to the long-reigning monarch and an intimate insight to her character. The Durbar Room, built in the 1890s in recognition of her title as Empress of India (though she never set foot in India) is a tour de force. Queen Victoria was always reluctant to leave Osborne House - a feeling shared by anyone holidaying at Pavilion Cottage.
Guests can explore Queen Victoria's private beach, "We have quite a charming beach to ourselves," Victoria wrote in 1845 and it was here that the Queen regularly bathed and where her children learned to swim. Pavilion Cottage guests can use the beach at all times and usually enjoy exclusive access outside normal opening times.
- Number of Rooms / Units
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Pavilion Cottage||from £460.00 to £2,125.00 per unit per week|
*Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
Children & Infants
- Family Friendly, Children Welcome
- Beach / Coast within walking distance
- Wireless Internet Access
Parking & Transport
- Car parking
- Free parking
- On site parking
- In countryside
Room / Unit Features
- Colour TV
- DVD Player some rooms
- Hairdryer available
- Washing Machine
Map & Directions
From Fishbourne ferry, B3339 (Fishbourne lane), A3054 to Newport, A3021 to East Cowes.
From Yarmouth ferry, A3054 to Newport, A3054 to Ryde, A3021 to East Cowes.
Public Transport Directions
From West Cowes Red Jet Hi-speed ferry, go through High Street (pass Fountain pub on the left), Shooters Hill, Birmingham Road, Medina Road to the floating bridge to East Cowes.
From Ryde Catamaran/Hovertravel: No. 4 bus route to East Cowes
From Yarmouth ferry: No. 7 to Newport and change to No. 5 to East Cowes.
For further bus information please contact Southern Vectis at www.islandbuses.info/ or +44 0871 200 2233 (bus times) / +44 01983 827000 (head office).
- Visit Isle of Wight Award Travel Ambassador Green Star Award 2017
|Open (1 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2018)|