Popular Lettings in Hayling Island
Highlights in Hayling Island
- Fantastic watersports
- Wide beach
- Family attractions
- Walk the coastal path
Most popular in Hayling Island
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Hayling Island
In the heart of England’s south coast, Hayling Island is a lovely destination in itself and a great base to explore the region. There are a dozen or so holiday rentals to choose from on the island. Choose between lettings in the perfectly tranquil villages of Stoke and Fleet in the north, or in the bigger village-come-town of South Hayling in the south, where the island’s shopping and entertainment amenities are situated. In the southeast of the island, you can find fabulous holiday rentals right on the beach with panoramic vistas over the deep blue sea.Lovely detached holiday rentals for the whole family
The properties on the island are detached and spacious, with sizable gardens and patios with tables and chairs to enjoy a meal outdoors under the summer sun. There are some gorgeous lettings that enjoy a fabulous location directly on the seafront. Step onto the pebble beach via your private gate from the enclosed garden – a haven for all ages, including children and dogs all year round!
Holidays in Hayling Island
The area and getting around
Hayling Island is situated in Hampshire in the south of England, just ten minutes’ drive from the famous naval town of Portsmouth and 90 minutes’ drive from London. Surrounded by blue sea and beaches, Hayling Island appeals to holiday makers and families and retains all the attractions of a traditional English seaside resort. The sea off Hayling Island is called the Solent and is England’s most popular spot for activities such as sailing and windsurfing. Besides the beach, the island is also home to a number of villages and two fabulous golf courses.Enjoy the beaches of Hayling Island
Hayling Island is all about the beach. And they hold a European Blue Flag and Tidy Britain Seaside Award for water quality, safety and cleanliness. The coastline is seven kilometres and ideal for enjoying swimming, beach volleyball, picnicking and barbeques. The views across the Solent are exceptional, with the Isle of Wight in the distance and wide stretches of open water, criss-crossed with sailing yachts and ferries.
Travellers and activities
For world-class sailing, windsurfing and kayaking, the seas just off and around the island of Hayling are ideal. The Hampshire coastline stretching in both directions from the island boasts many attractive harbours, marinas and estuaries, providing ideal locations for watersports, particularly those which are wind-based, as the conditions here are just terrific!Hayling Island for day trippers
Hayling Island is a great base for day trips to the many attractions of southern Hampshire. Head west for the vibrant, maritime city of Portsmouth, with its fabulous harbour tours where you can see numerous ships from the British navy. Or turn east for Chichester, a compact and lovable city which showcases quintessential Victorian architecture. Or why not go north to Arundel Castle? Built in 1067 and in fantastic condition, it commands the landscape with magnificent views across the county. Explore its environs and enjoy the tranquillity of the Rose garden or the quirky design of the Stumpery.
Hayling Island is the spiritual home of windsurfing! It was invented here by a local resident in 1958.
Top 5 travel tips in Hayling Island
The Hayling Billy Trail is a coastal path that follows a route from Havant Train Station all the way to the south of Hayling Island along the west coast. It is a fantastic track for both walkers, cyclists, providing amazing seaside views.2. Visit a real life dairy farm
Northney Farm in the far northeast of the island hosts people of all ages who are awarded the opportunity to see the cows being milked and go on a tractor and trailer ride to see the crops in the surrounding fields. Both educational and fun!3. Experience Hayling Island’s amusement park
Funland Amusement Park on the seafront offers a range of rides suitable for all ages. Wild Billy’s Runaway Mine Train is the top attraction; a moderately fast family-friendly rollercoaster. Beaver Creek log flume is the children’s favourite. Expect to get wet!4. Try your hand at windsurfing
What better place is there to learn to windsurf than in its spiritual home?! Novices should head to Langstone Harbour for beginner lessons, while those more experienced can push themselves to the limit along Hayling seafront with its fantastic wind conditions.5. Take a boat trip
One hour boat trips depart from Ferry Boat Inn, Ferry Road and take you on a journey around the lovely coastline and even to see the famous seals that live in the harbour! A wonderful way to wrap up your time in Hayling Island!
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Hayling Island
Considering the average price of £137.51 per night, Hayling Islandlies at thelower end of the price range for holiday lettings in the United Kingdom.Is it necessary to plan a trip to Hayling Island well in advance?
If you decide to discover Hayling Island, we suggest planning your holiday ahead of time because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 75% in the year 2019.Are there many holiday lettings in Hayling Island?
Our inventory features approximately 70 properties from 6 partners.