New Cottage Sleeping 6+1 in 3 bedrooms;
Lovely traditional thatched cottage situated within a few minutes walk of the centre of the lovely village of Brighstone on the south west side of the Isle of Wight. The village is renowned for its pretty centre with several thatched stone cottages. There is also a public house and a small bistro/tea shop. The beach at Brighstone is within a pleasant 15 minute walk. This is also a wonderful walking and cycling area with easy access to the coastal path plus the beautiful downs which link Carisbrooke and The Needles on the western tip of the Isle of Wight.
Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms; Children welcome
This wonderful detached property stands in a superb position beside the sea, close to the centre of Cowes. It enjoys panoramic sea views from almost every room. The glass walls, balconies and large open terraces of the house enable visitors to relax, enjoy meals and awake to the sight of the sea. The Glass House is literally a stones throw from the sea and the centre of the small town of Cowes is within a 5 minute walk.
Sleeps 9 plus a baby in 4 bedrooms
This charming, Grade II listed cottage, is only a short drive from the sandy beach of Shanklin. It is peacefully situated in a quiet leafy hamlet in beautiful countryside, only 1.5 miles from the centre of the small seaside resort of Shanklin, on the east coast of the Isle of Wight. Shanklin has a lovely sandy beach which gently slopes into the water, a variety of restaurants, small shops and traditional seaside entertainments. The cottage has a lovely large sunny garden and is in a wonderful cycling and walking area. Footpaths and bridleways lead from close to the cottage to the coast at Shanklin and there is a particularly delightful walk across fields and downs to Ventnor offering panoramic views across Sandown Bay. The pretty village of Godshill is within a 5 minute drive and here there is good public house for meals, teashops and a hill top church.
Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms plus a baby in a cot
Greenside is very pleasantly situated in a quiet, prestigious residential area of Cowes. There are open views from the rear of the house across the golf course. It is less than half a mile from the beach at Gurnard. The centre of Cowes is a 15-minute walk from the house.
Sleeps 6+1 in 3 bedrooms
High Rising is situated within a few minutes walk of the sea at Gurnard. Here there is a quiet beach where visitors can enjoy paddling swimming and boating. A pleasant café and nearby public house provide refreshments. There is easy access to the west side of the Island with its quiet sandy coves and the nearby National Nature reserve of Newtown – an area of outstanding Natural Beauty and a wonderful area for walking and bird watching.
Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms; Children welcome
Beautifully situated with panoramic coastal views from almost every room and with direct access from the garden to a coastal path accessing the beach - less than a 5 minute walk away. It is in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ on the south east coast of the Island, an area renowned for its mild climate. The house stands just above the charming small fishing village of Steep Hill Cove.
Sleeps 6+1 in 3 bedrooms; Children welcome
Very attractively situated, beside the water, with beautiful open views to the sea across Bembridge Harbour. It is one of a small number of properties on a causeway, between the harbour and the water meadows, linking the seaside villages of St Helens and Bembridge. The centre of St. Helens, with its attractive village green, public house, shop and restaurants, is within a 5 minute walk.
Sleeps 7 + 1 in 3 bedrooms; Children welcome
Bay View is beautifully situated beside the beach with panoramic sea views from most of the main rooms. It is in a peaceful location with the beach of Seagrove Bay only half a minute's walk away. Here swimming, paddling and boating can be enjoyed. There is also a footpath directly from the house to the beautiful sandy Priory Bay - a 5 minute walk away. The atmospheric village centre of Seaview, with its small shops, sailing club and restaurants is within a 7 minute stroll.
Sleeps 7 in 4 bedrooms, Children Welcome
This picturesque Grade II listed cottage dates back to 1676 and is attractively situated at the end of a quiet lane with a lovely ford and footpath leading to the nearby medieval castle of Carisbrooke. Located in the oldest part of Carisbrooke village which is a conservation area lying within ‘An area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. The castle is only 5 minutes walk away and can be glimpsed from the garden and main bedrooms. This is a wonderful walking area as within 5 minutes walk of the cottage visitors can join the famous Tennyson Trail which follows the downs westerly towards The Needles.
This beautifully presented house is within 350 yards of the beach and is centrally situated in the delightful coastal village of Bembridge on the east of the Isle of Wight. The village has a charming centre with an excellent butcher, baker, florist, greengrocer, fishmonger and chemist, as well as tea shops, pubs, gift shops, a supermarket and several individual restaurants. Bembridge Harbour is also nearby and offers a range of sailing and boating activities, as well as fresh fish, which is caught daily. There are lovely coastal walks from the house towards the harbour and onwards to St. Helens, Seaview and Ryde, or in a southerly direction the coastal path skirts Bembridge to Forelands and across the beautiful downs above Culver Cliffs to Sandown. This is also a particularly attractive cycling location.
Caustons is one of a pair of spacious houses with harbour and sea views. It has been furnished and equipped to a high standard to provide very attractive accommodation for 8 people in 4 bedrooms, with 3 bathrooms set over three floors. It is double glazed, centrally heated and has Wi-Fi internet provided.
On the ground floor there is a superbly equipped open plan contemporary kitchen with a ceramic hob and electric oven, combination oven/microwave/grill, dishwasher and fridge freezer; a lovely dining area with an oak table and chairs; a delightful sitting room with leather sofas and armchairs, sensitive atmospheric lighting, a large television with Freeview/YouView and DVD player, Hi-Fi unit with iPod dock and French doors opening into the garden. There is also a cloakroom with WC, basin, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Stairs lead up to the first floor where there are two double bedrooms with sea and harbour views - a particularly spacious master bedroom with a king size double bed, ample wardrobes, a flat screen wall mounted television and an en-suite shower room with a walk-in shower, basin and WC; a second charming bedroom with a king size double bed and TV; a lovely twin bedroom for children; a family bathroom with a bath, overhead shower, basin and WC.
A further flight of stairs leads up to a superb double bedroom with a double bed, armchair, television and an amazing Velux style window which can be opened to form a small balcony from which visitors can stand and enjoy the lovely views across the sea and harbour. A similar balcony with sea views is available in the adjoining bathroom; a large and particularly luxurious room with a freestanding bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC. A travel cot, high chair and child safety gate (room divider only, cannot be sued on stairs) can be provided where requested, plus an additional single inflatable bed to enable a child to sleep separately in one of the double bedrooms. Central heating and electricity without extra charge.
Caustons has a charming enclosed courtyard style garden which is a riot of colour in summer. Garden furniture and a barbecue are provided so that meals can be enjoyed in the sunshine. There is a further area of garden with a lawn at the front of the property which enjoys the evening sun. Lockable storage space is available for bikes and there is parking for 3 cars just outside of the house. Bus service within a five minute walk.
The central location of Caustons means that within a few minutes walk one can be at the sea, restaurants, a public house and a variety of shops. Within a 10 minute drive of the house are the coastal villages and resorts of St. Helens, Seaview, Ryde and Sandown. A golf course is within 5 miles.
Caustons is a non smoking cottage. WiFi Internet is provided free of charge at Caustons. Caustons is available for weekly self catering holiday bookings from Friday to Friday. The normal arrival time at this holiday cottage is 15:30 and the normal departure time is 10:00.
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.
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|Caustons Prices Per Week|
|19 May - 25 May 2017 - £989||26 May - 01 June 2017 - £1836||02 June - 15 June 2017 - £1129|
|16 June - 22 June 2017 - £1176||23 June - 29 June 2017 - £1249||30 June - 06 July 2017 - £1439|
|07 July - 13 July 2017 - £1539||14 July - 20 July 2017 - £1699||21 July - 27 July 2017 - £2095|
|28 July - 24 August 2017 - £2095||25 August - 31 August 2017 - £1995||01 September - 14 September 2017 - £995|
|15 September - 21 September 2017 - £899||22 September - 28 September 2017 - £829||29 September - 19 October 2017 - £695|
|20 October - 26 October 2017 - £1335||27 October - 14 December 2017 - £695||15 December - 04 January 2018 - £1595|
Caustons has live availability and prices. Click on the start date to begin you booking. Booking information and options and extras available at Caustons are detailed below.Booking Fee £19.75 per booking Cot & High Chair £0.00 per week Extra Bed £0.00 per booking Towels (Bath & Hand Towel) £0.00 per person per booking WiFi Internet Free WiFi Internet Heating & Electricity Free of chargeBed Linen Free of chargeBooking Deposit 25% (min £245.00)of cottage rental Security Bond Refundable Deposit £250 per booking
Pricing and Booking Notes for CaustonsArrival Time 15:30 Departure Time 10:00 Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3
The small seaside village of Bembridge is an idyllic holiday location on the East of the Isle of Wight between Seaview and Sandown. The village has a great range of small shops and places to eat or have coffee and the coast line wraps half way around to form a long beach. The village is well known for a friendly atmosphere and prides itself of being a real community. Just outside of Bembridge is the National Trust owned Bembridge Windmill from around 1700 which is open to the public and it is possible to explore inside. You can read more about Bembridge here or find out about Bembridge Beach. Local weather for Bembridge can seen at Bembridge Local Weather
More holiday information at www.wightinfo.co.uk/bembridge
Bembridge has a great range of small shops selling bread, cakes, fish and cooked meats. There are some good cafes, a number of public houses and a restaurant.
Best Dressed Crab, Bembridge - This supplier of many of the best restaurants on the Isle of Wight now has a shop where you can buy directly. A great range of Crab, Lobster Prawns and Shellfish. thebestdressedcrabintown.co.uk
Dans Kitchen, St Helens - An excellent and friendly restaurant on the village green in nearby St Helens.www.danskitcheniow.com
Ganders, St Helens - a good little restaurant in the centre of nearby St Helens and overlooking the village green. www.ganders.co.uk
There are lots of walking and cycling opportunities to be enjoyed from Caustons and the surrounding Bembridge area. Here are a selection of described cycle routes you may wish to try on your holiday.
Isle of Wight Cycle Route 8 - Brading - Bembridge - St Helens - Seaview - Ryde - Upton
Isle of Wight Cycle Route 7 - Ryde - Upton - Brading - Alverstone - Newchurch - Upton
Isle of Wight Cycle Route 11 - Sandown - Yaverland - Brading
East Isle of Wight Loop 1 - Godshill - Newchurch - Alverstone - Borthwood - Wroxall - Godshill
Newport to Shanklin - Newport - Godshill - Shanklin
If you are planning a cycling holiday on the Isle of Wight you can view All Cycling Routes and Isle of Wight Cycle Information.
Isle of Wight Osteopath - www.isleofwightosteopath.co.uk
Blackgang Chine - Blackgang Chine is a popular theme park with rides, games and a maze to keep the whole family entertained. Blackgang Chine is also thought to be the longest running theme park in the world and many generations of visitors remember it for the adventure and excitement it offers. Located just outside of Niton on the South of the Isle of Wight.Website: www.blackgangchine.com/
Seaview Wildlife Encounter - Leading the way with interactive wildlife adventures this multi-award winning park really stands out from the crowd! Tucked away on the NE Coast of the Island this hidden gem is a full day out for all the family packed with fun, hands-on wildlife activities and special V.I.P. Encounters.Website: seaviewwildlife.com
Tackt-Isle Adventures - Tackt-Isle Adventures provides equipment rental, tuition and everything you need for an adventurous activity on dry land or on the water. Join us for dinghy sailing, kayaking, paddleboarding, windsurfing, mountain biking and even Segway rides! Make the Island your playground.Website: tackt-isle.co.uk
Rosemary's Vineyard - Stroll round the vines, tour the winery, watch our ‘vine to wine’ video and enjoy free tasting of our wines, liqueurs, juices, and ciders. Admission is free and there are free vine tours every Saturday, Sunday, Monday & Tuesday at 11am, 12 noon and 1pm.Website: rosemaryvineyard.co.uk
Shanklin & Sandown Golf Club - 18 Hole East Isle of Wight Golf Club – visitors welcome.Website: ssgolfclub.com
The East of the Isle of Wight is best known for its sandy beaches and traditional seaside holiday resorts. The coast on this part of the Isle of Wight has excellent opportunities for swimming, relaxing on the beach and enjoying a traditional family holiday by the sea. The beach resorts of Shanklin and Sandown are the more popular resorts on the coast but excellent beaches can also be found at Seaview, St Helens, Bembridge and Whitecliff. Details of beaches on the Isle of Wight can be found at www.wightinfo.co.uk/outdoors-activities/beaches
The East of the Isle of Wight also enjoys beautiful rural areas which are crisscrossed by numerous footpaths and cycle paths. A coastal path running the length of the East Coast and on around the Island allows walkers to enjoy the splendid seascapes and take tea in numerous cafes and restaurants along the way. View more East 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 Caustons 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.
Caustons has 148 days available for Isle of Wight self catering holidays from the 25th May 2017 to 31st December 2017. That means Caustons is 33.03% booked for this holiday period with 10.4 weeks confirmed so far.