No 1 Sovereign's Gate, Osborne, Isle of Wight
Located in the grounds of Osborne
Sleeps 4 + cot
Prices from £400
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Reminiscent of something from the Mediterranean and framed by palm trees, No 1 Sovereign's Gate is the ceremonial entrance to this royal retreat and can also be booked with the Pavilion Cottage and No 2 Sovereign's Gate. Located at the western tip of the estate follow The Avenue to the house or walk past the golf course to the beach.

Lounge

Lounge

Lounge
Lounge
Kitchen

Kitchen

Kitchen
Kitchen
Dining Room

Dining Room

Dining Room
Dining Room
Bedroom

Bedroom

Bedroom
Bedroom
Bedroom

Bedroom

Bedroom
Bedroom
Bathroom

Bathroom

Bathroom
Bathroom
Garden

Garden

Garden
Garden

No 1 Sovereign's Gate Osborne is one of two holiday cottages that have been developed in this iconic building at Osborne. 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.

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. 2 Sovereign's Gate as well.

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Testimonial

A thoroughly enjoyable stay. My granddaughter wanted to stay there forever.
The Wise Family

March 2017

It was a wonderful location and we loved the freedom to explore the grounds after hours. It was our first experience of an EH holiday cottage but we would certainly stay again. Thank you
Mrs Brand

May 2017

It was a pleasure to stay in a historic property that also had modern facilities such as central heating, smart TV, WiFi, dishwasher etc. Having the estate available to us after the day visitors was wonderful. Overall one of the best holiday lets we have stayed in.
Mrs G

March 2017

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