Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms including a baby; Children welcome
Lovely stone cottage within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and only a 15 minute walk from the beach at Brook on the West Coast of the Isle of Wight. This is a wonderful walking and cycling area and there are spectacular views of the sea and the white cliffs of Tennyson Down from the farm.
New Cottage, Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms
This pretty thatched cottage, with leaded light windows, stands in beautiful countryside, only a few minutes walk from Calbourne Water Mill. The cottage was designed by John Nash as a lodge for Westover Manor and is a Grade II listed building with wonderful grounds of 3.5 acres. This is a lovely walking area with footpaths very close to the cottage leading to Newbridge, Calbourne and to the downs above Brighstone, linking with the renowned Tennyson trail to Freshwater Bay.
New Cottage; Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms
This cottage is beautifully situated in Winkle Street – renowned for being one of the prettiest spots on the island with its lovely stone cottages overlooking a stream. The cottage is in a wonderful walking area with footpaths leading from close to the cottage. The south west coast of the Island, with its many quiet bays, is within a 10 minute drive and the market town of Newport, with its medieval castle, is also nearby. A lovely central location for exploring the Island.
Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms; Children welcome
This is a picturesque thatched cottage in the peaceful village of Newbridge, at the heart of rural West Wight. It is situated in a country lane leading to a farm track and there is little passing traffic. Local footpaths lead to Shalfleet Creek and to the Tennyson Trail, from which there are spectacular views across the Solent and the South Coast.
Recently made re-available; Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms; Children aged 8+ welcome
The Granary is a charming cottage, which has been carefully converted from the wing of a large ancient barn dating back to the 17th Century - Ningwood Green Barn. It is nestled in lovely peaceful West Wight countryside. This is a lovely walking area and is not too far from the coastal path.
New Cottage; Sleeps 4 plus a baby in two bedrooms
Lovely detached bungalow, in a quiet lane, on the outskirts of the pretty village of Brighstone, on the south west side of the Isle of Wight. Wonderful walking and cycling area with bridleways and footpaths at the end of the lane leading up on to Brighstone Downs. From here the Tennyson Trail can be followed to The Needles on the western tip of the Island or inland to Carisbrooke with its medieval castle. The cottage is only 1/2 mile from the village centre with public house for meals, bistro/tea shop, excellent village shop with local produce. The quiet beaches of Brighstone Bay are also nearby.
Sleeps 4 plus a baby in 2 bedrooms
The delightful Methodist chapel was built in the 1800’s and has been converted into a wonderful cottage. It stands on the outskirts of the pretty village of Brighstone on the south west coast of the island. The village is renowned for its lovely church, thatched cottages, village shops, National Trust shop, public house and teashop. Visitors can walk directly from the cottage and join footpaths to the beach at Chilton Chine (2 miles).
New Cottage Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms plus a baby in a cot
Wagtails is situated in a quiet country lane on the outskirts of the pretty village of Brighstone. This lovely detached bungalow has recently been refurbished to a very high standard with meticulous attention to detail. It provides very attractive and comfortable facilities for four people with two bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms. The property has attractive front and rear garden areas with care having been taken to provide guests with a variety of areas for relaxation, including a cosy summerhouse. In addition, a stunning raised terrace provides the perfect sunny setting for al fresco dining.
This charming stone cottage is situated on a lovely farm close to the picturesque village of Brighstone, on the west side of the Island. The cottage is only a mile from the coast and it is a pleasant walk across the fields to the sea. Here there is a beach where visitors can enjoy swimming, fishing and paddling. The sandy coves of Colwell Bay and Totland Bay are a short drive away. The cottage is in ‘An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ with some of the most wonderful walks on the Island. Paths can be followed to Brighstone Forest or to join the Tennyson Trail, which crosses the downs and leads to The Needles. There are spectacular coastal views to be enjoyed on this downland walk.
Brighstone Brew House stands adjacent to the beautiful, thatched 17th century farmhouse that provides a central focus for the 350 acre farm which is home to cows, sheep and a small number of horses. The cottage is built of Island stone and brick and has been skillfully converted from an ancient brew house. It has been furnished and equipped with care in a traditional style. There are views from most rooms, across the garden or over adjoining fields. Brighstone Brew House has two attractive bedrooms upstairs - one double and one twin room. There is also a bathroom upstairs with a bath, hand shower, basin and w.c and a shower room on the ground floor with a built in shower, basin and additional w.c. The kitchen is a large attractive room with fitted units, an electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher and refrigerator. Meals can be enjoyed in a pleasant dining area by a window. A washer/dryer and small freezer are provided in a separate utility room. There is also access to a freezer. The sitting room is very spacious and is a room of great character. It is here that the large fire place of the brew house has been retained and a wood burning stove enables visitors to enjoy the warmth of a real fire. There is a television/DVD/Freeview, comfortable chairs and a sofa. A French door opens from the sitting room on to a raised stone patio and into the garden. Storage heaters with convectors keep the cottage warm. Electricity provided at no extra charge. WiFi internet connection available.
The cottage has a secluded fenced garden – a lovely place to relax and enjoy meals in the sunshine. There is also plenty of space for games to be played. Garden furniture is provided. (Visitors should be aware that there is a pond/stream in the nearby farmhouse garden and we are therefore concerned that children should be supervised at all times). Cars can be parked adjacent to the cottage. Bus service, village shop, public house and bistro/cafe within 5 minutes walk.
Brighstone Brew House is a non smoking cottage. WiFi Internet is provided at a charge of £12.00 at Brighstone Brew House. Brighstone Brew House is available for weekly self catering holiday bookings from Saturday to Saturday. The normal arrival time at this holiday cottage is 14:30 and the normal departure time is 10:00.
For details on access to Brighstone Brew House for those with impaired mobility or disabilities please read the cottage access statement in the tab below.
We can book the ferry to the Isle of Wight for you at preferential prices and this can be added to your Isle of Wight holiday cottage booking. A quote will automatically be sent to you with the confirmation of your holiday.
Brighstone Brew House - Brighstone Isle of Wight
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|Brighstone Brew House Prices Per Week|
|22 April - 28 April 2017 - £299||29 April - 05 May 2017 - £342||06 May - 12 May 2017 - £393|
|13 May - 19 May 2017 - £429||20 May - 26 May 2017 - £449||27 May - 02 June 2017 - £709|
|03 June - 09 June 2017 - £555||10 June - 16 June 2017 - £555||17 June - 23 June 2017 - £595|
|24 June - 30 June 2017 - £599||01 July - 07 July 2017 - £665||08 July - 14 July 2017 - £725|
|15 July - 21 July 2017 - £742||22 July - 25 August 2017 - £949||26 August - 01 September 2017 - £879|
|02 September - 08 September 2017 - £539||09 September - 15 September 2017 - £529||16 September - 22 September 2017 - £429|
|23 September - 29 September 2017 - £355||30 September - 20 October 2017 - £309||21 October - 27 October 2017 - £509|
Brighstone Brew House has live availability and prices. Click on the start date to begin you booking. Booking information and options and extras available at Brighstone Brew House are detailed below.Booking Fee £19.75 per booking Towels (Bath & Hand Towel) £4.29 per person per week WiFi Internet £12.00 per week Heating & Electricity Free of chargeBed Linen Free of chargeBooking Deposit 25% (min £125.00)of cottage rental Security Bond Refundable Deposit £100 per booking
Pricing and Booking Notes for Brighstone Brew HouseArrival Time 14:30 Departure Time 10:00 Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2
The pretty village of Brighstone has a great mix of thatched and period housing. The village centre is a vibrant place with a couple of shops and a pub and a restaurant. The Brighstone is by the sea and on the coast there is a long shingle and sand beach which extends up and down the west coast.
More holiday information at www.wightinfo.co.uk/brighstone
Seven Cafe, Brighstone - A cafe with decked area to enjoy breakfast and lunch.Website: Seven Cafe
The Crown Inn, in nearby Shorwell - A lovely riverside public house in the little village of Shorwell. Enjoy good food with a table next to the little river which teams with fish and bird life.Website: crowninnshorwell.co.uk
Brighstone Beach - The sand and shingle beach at Brighstone is a short walk from the village centre. The West coast beach extends all the way to Blackgang in the South and Freshwater in the West. Find out more about Brighstone Beach.
Walking the Downs - Footpaths from Brighstone take you up onto the Down from which you can take a hill top walk to Freshwater Bay to the West or Carisbrooke to the East. The Down affords wonderful views of the Isle of Wight and some vantage points allow you to see almost the whole of the West side of the Isle of Wight. Alternatively, one can follow the coastal path from Brighstone and enjoy the dramatic coastline towards Alum Bay which takes in Brook and Freshwater Bay.
The ride starts in Freshwater Bay, joins a cycle track on the edge of Freshwater town going to Yarmouth. After seeing Yarmouth, with it's castle and boutique shops, the route continues to Totland and Totland Bay, where there is a beautiful beach, and on towards Alum Bay where we turn back towards Freshwater.
This Isle of Wight cycle route runs near to Brighstone Brew House at BrighstoneDetails: Cycle Route 1 Isle of Wight
Marked route taking in two lovely stretches of countryside and attractive rural and seaside villages on the west of the Isle of Wight.The ride starts in Freshwater, goes along the cycle path to Yarmouth, across to Wellow and Chessell by road and then across the Tennyson Trail back to Freshwater.
This Isle of Wight cycle route runs near to Brighstone Brew House at BrighstoneDetails: Cycle Route 2 Isle of Wight
More Isle of Wight Cycling Holiday Information Isle of Wight Cycling Holiday
A wide range of organised outdoor and indoor activities including kayaking, indoor climbing, coasteering, archery and paddleboarding.Website: isleofwightadventureactivities.co.uk
West Wight Alpacas - These alpacas would love you to join them walking along spectacular scenic trails in West Wight. Alpaca trekking is a fun outdoor adventure for all the family. No matter what your age, you’ll love them.Website: www.westwightalpacas.co.uk
Butterfly Tandem Paragliding Centre, found at Chale on the West side of the Isle of Wight specialises in first flight experiences for absolute beginners of all ages.Website: www.paraglide.uk.com
18 hole West Isle of Wight golf club with single day and holiday memberships.Website: freshwaterbaygolfclub.co.uk
The West of the Isle of Wight is best known for its unspoilt nature and dramatic coastline. The areas is far less commercialised and the many of the beaches can be enjoyed almost to ones self. West Isle of Wight beaches include Totland Bay, Freshwater Bay, Compton Beach, Brook Beach and Bembridge Beach.
Inland are the Tennyson Downs which connect Alum Bay to Carisbrooke. The Downs make a lovely walk even if you choose only to do a short part of them. Cycle paths and footpaths are especially numerous in this part of the Isle of Wight. View more West Isle of Wight Cottages
Bus and train travel is an excellent way to see the Isle of Wight and can be very useful when walking or exploring the Island. For all your local public transport information as well as taxis visit Brighstone Brew House Public Transport Isle of Wight »
For walking information on Purbeck Dorset visit Isle of Wight Walking Holiday Information »
The access statement is designed to help our guests with disabilities to choose a suitable self catering holiday cottage and check that the accommodation matches specific requirements. If you have any questions about disabled access in any of our holiday cottages please call us on 01929 481555.
Brighstone Brew House is a holiday cottage, has two floors, and is adjacent to Waytes Court farmhouse. The cottage has it's own garden, fenced off from the main farmhouse garden. There is a small patio area which leads onto the lawn.
All guests are provided with written directions to the cottage. All information can be found on the Island Cottage Holidays web site. Wifi is available.
The nearest public transport is to be found in Brighstone village (approximately 400 mtrs away), and is a bus service operated by Southern Vectis - telephone 01983 523831. Southern Vectis operate a service from Newport or Freshwater to Brighstone. A timetable can be found in the cottage.
Brighstone village is accessible by car or on foot, approx 5 minutes walking. In the village there are two general stores, with one selling newspapers and magazines and the other a more extensive range of groceries plus wines, beer and spirits. There is also a post office, tea rooms, hairdressers and a public house - The Three Bishops.
A small public car park is located behind the newsagents and accessed via a narrow road between the hairdressers and the pub. There is also a public toilet next to the car park.
Delivery of provisions can be obtained from the Village Shop in Brighstone. Orders can be placed by contracting Mr David Hollis, 01983 740843, or any of the staff there would be pleased to help.
Taxi details are in the cottage information guide.
This access statement is available in the "Welcome File" in the cottage.
Arrival and Car Parking
There is ample car parking for 3 or more cars adjacent to the cottage.
There is motion sensor lighting by the entrance to the cottage.
There is a slight inclined on flag stones leading to the main entrance of the cottage, where there are two steps 8cm high x 30cm deep x 103cm wide.
The main entrance door used on arrival is on the side of the cottage which will be unlocked and leads into a carpet hallway. Door is 94cm wide inward opening.
There is a second outside door in the end wall of the cottage which leads into the main sitting room from the garden. There are two shallow steps leading from the lawn onto the patio area and access to this door. This door is normally kept locked.
Public areas - Hall Stairs Landing Corridors etc.
The hall has coat hooks.
From the hall 76cm x 196cm doors lead to the kitchen diner, lounge, utility room with downstairs shower room and toilet. Toilet door 61cm x 196cm. There are 11 stairs (17cm h x 24cm d x 78w) leading to a small landing. Two bedroom doors and a bathroom door leading to the rooms from this landing all 68cm x 196.
The bedrooms and landing are carpeted, the bathroom has a tiled floor.
This is accessed from the hall and the exterior patio door. Carpeted.
It has a wood burning stove set in an Inglenook fireplace. There is an electric storage heater.
Original timber beams are exposed. Seating consists of two two seated leather sofas. There is a tv with freestat, DVD player with accompanying remote controls. Additional furniture includes two desks, two occasional tables, coffee table.
Fitted kitchen units with electric hob and electric oven and extractor fan. Dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave. Working surface is 90cm high.
There is a table with four chairs, Welsh dresser and electric storage heater. Crocker, glasses, pots, pans cutlery etc can be found in the kitchen cupboards or Welsh dresser.
There is a front loading washing machine, and a tumble dryer above, next to the broom cupboard. The airing cupboard is situated in this room, with hot water tank and emersion heater.
Outdoor washing line is available.
Laundry utility room.
There is an iron and ironing board for guests use. A vacuum cleaner and cleaning materials are available in the broom cupboard.
The downstairs shower room is accessed through the utility room and has a small hand washbasin, toilet, shower and heated towel rail.
Access on left at the top of stairs. Door opens inwards with light switch to the right of door.
Lighting consists of central ceiling light and two bedside lamps o outer side of beds.
The beds are two 3' wide single beds, with medium to firm mattresses.
Built in wardrobe with varnished door. Bedroom is carpeted. Dressing table with drawers. Bedding is cotton or cotton/polyester with non feather duvets and pillows. Mattress protectors are fitted to every bed.
Turning to the right at the top of the stairs and past the first door. The bedroom door opens inwards to the right and the light switch is positioned by the left of the door frame.
Lighting is a single central light and two bedside lamps on bedside tables at each side of the double 4' 6" bed. The space at each side of bed is approx 40cm. The mattress is medium/firm.
There is a small built in wardrobe, with a shelf and a mirror at the side.
There is a velux window in this room.
Turn right at the top of the stairs, first door on the left which opens inwards to the left with pull cord for central main light.
There is a small opening window and an extractor fan with switch above and to the left of the mirror but does work when light is switched on. Electric towel rail next washbasin and there is a light over the mirror.
The bath is (54cm high) with hand shower off the taps. Toilet (seat 43cm high) and wash basin set in vanity unit (83 cm high).
Grounds and garden
There is a wicket gate leading from the parking area into the garden, which comprises of lawn and flower/shrub borders, and a small patio area, chairs and tables are provided. There are two steps leading down from the patio, 14 cm h x 54d x 105 wide onto the lawn. The Brew House garden is fenced off rom the main garden by a picket fence and a hedge that borders the drive.
The Brighstone Brew House is a no smoking cottage.
No pets are allowed.
There is a fire blanket in the kitchen, a fire extinguisher in the hall and landing, also the cottage is fitted with smoke doctors and a carbon monoxide detector.
Good mobile telephone reception.
Please remember Waytes Court is a working farm, tractors and lorries use the drive and therefore children should be supervised all the time.
There is also a large fenced off pond in the main garden and a stream runs past the farm by the side of the road.
Contact Telephone and Email Address
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Please note that all measurements quoted are approximate. All information is kept up to date but if there is a particular requirement of special importance to you we would ask you to contact us for clarification.
The cottage description, photos and cottage details for Brighstone Brew House Brighstone, Isle of Wight were updated on 14/04/2017 13:32:58
Brighstone Brew House has 70 days available for Isle of Wight self catering holidays from the 23rd April 2017 to 31st December 2017. That means Brighstone Brew House is 72.33% booked for this holiday period with 26.1 weeks confirmed so far.