No 2 Sovereign's Gate, Osborne, Isle of Wight
Located in the grounds of Osborne
Sleeps 4
Prices from £495
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15% off early summer breaks

With warmer and longer days to look forward to, summer holidays beckon. Book your early summer staycation at one of our historic cottages between 17 May and 18 July 2024 to enjoy 15% off, using code EARLYSUM15 at STEP 3 of the booking process. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.

No 2 Sovereign’s Gate at Osborne

No 2 Sovereign’s Gate is a two-bedroom holiday cottage that comfortably sleeps four people, with one bedroom being conveniently located on the ground floor. Sovereign’s Gate was commissioned by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert as the formal entrance to Osborne. Although not used by visitors to Osborne today, it remains the entrance by which members of the royal family enter the estate. Today, Sovereign’s Gate is two holiday cottages, each sleeping up to four guests and offering modern comforts and contemporary design. Each cottage (No 1 Sovereign’s Gate and No 2 Sovereign’s Gate) has its own private garden with outdoor seating and a barbeque, two bedrooms, a kitchen, lounge and dining room. Guests can also access the beach at all times, including after opening hours to the general public. Included in your booking is a luxury hamper, as well as entry to all English Heritage sites and most events, 10% off in our shops and cafés during your stay. To view the floorplan of this holiday cottage and to discover the full list of available facilities, view the layout and facilities.

Lounge, ground floor

Lounge, ground floor

Lounge, ground floor
Lounge, ground floor
Kitchen, ground floor

Kitchen, ground floor

Kitchen, ground floor
Kitchen, ground floor
Dining Room, ground floor

Dining Room, ground floor

Dining Room, ground floor
Dining Room, ground floor
Master bedroom, ground floor

Master bedroom, ground floor

Master bedroom, ground floor
Master bedroom, ground floor
Twin bedroom, top floor

Twin bedroom, top floor

Twin bedroom, top floor
Twin bedroom, top floor
Twin bedroom, top floor

Twin bedroom, top floor

Twin bedroom, top floor
Twin bedroom, top floor
Shower room, first floor

Shower room, first floor

Shower room, first floor
Shower room, first floor
Garden

Garden

Garden
Garden
Lounge, ground floor

Lounge, ground floor

Lounge, ground floor
Lounge, ground floor

Discover Osborne

No 2 Sovereign's Gate Osborne is the second of two holiday cottages that have been developed in this iconic building at Osborne. As the formal entrance to Osborne, Sovereign's Gate welcomed Lords and Ladies and visiting Heads of State to this magnificent royal retreat. Although not used by visitors to Osborne today, it remains the entrance by which members of the Royal family enter the Estate.

Explore the vast estate and garden, as well as Osborne House, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's family home, where you can glimpse into the private life of the royal family. Sovereign's Gate guests can access the beach at all times, including outside of opening to the general public.

Larger groups can book Pavilion Cottage and No. 1 Sovereign's Gate as well.

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Testimonial

What a wonderful place, it was perfect.
T.D
Exceptionally well provided for accommodation. One of our best experiences. There seemed to be all we could desire from welcome hamper to kitchen facilities and day to day sundries. We particularly enjoyed the freedom to explore the estate, before and after the public times.
R.H
Wow!! The standard of accommodation was excellent and the grounds were stunning. We had such a relaxing break with the family and our dog. We would thoroughly recommend No 2 Sovereigns Gate and would recommend it.
L. L
We had a wonderful time and created some happy memories. The cottage was to a very high standards, very clean and the hamper was very generous. Melissa was so helpful. Would thoroughly recommend to others. My parent's dog was made very welcome too and she loved her own special hamper. How to make more enjoyable? Keep on doing what you are. I could find no fault.
H.W
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