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This lovely stone cottage nestles in beautiful countryside on a delightful farm on the East side of the Isle of Wight within a 15 minute drive of the sandy beaches of Sandown, Shanklin and Ventnor. There are wonderful open views from the cottage and garden across fields towards the downs. The Old Brew House is at the end of a country lane with no passing traffic. This is a wonderful walking area with footpaths leading along the course of the River Yar and to the nearby picturesque village of Godshill. Visitors are free to stroll across the fields of the farm and around the lovely lake in the grounds of the Manor House. There is an open grassland area near the lakes with open views where barbecues can be enjoyed. There is a lovely nature trail on the farm so that visitors can enjoy the wonderful range of wild life – this includes herons, ducks and geese on the lakes; swallows and kestrels often nest in the barns; pheasants, foxes and badgers plus rabbits which abound. A small herd of cows is kept on the farm and there is a delightful area for children with small rare-breed bagot goats that will eat from the hand and rescued hens which are now free-range. From the cottage there is direct access across the fields to the cycle track which links Sandown to Newport and Cowes. Arrangements can be made for the storage of bikes.
The Old Brew House is built of Island Stone and dates back to 1610. The cottage is full of character with its flag stone floors, large inglenook fireplace and attractive staircase leading up to a pretty galleried landing. It has been renovated and equipped with great care and provides lovely accommodation for 4 people. The ground floor of the cottage is largely open plan with a dining area; sitting room furnished with a comfortable sofa and armchairs, a television/Freeview/DVD; a modern fitted kitchen area equipped with an electric cooker and ceramic hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge freezer. A washing machine/tumble dryer are also provided. There is a twin pretty bedroom on the ground floor and a modern bathroom with a bath, overhead shower, basin and W.C. Upstairs there is a further lovely double bedroom with open views across the fields. A folding bed for a child can be provided on the galleried landing. High chair/wooden cot available. The Old Brew House is centrally heated. Heating and electricity without extra charge. WiFi internet available.
At the front of the cottage there is a pretty walled courtyard with garden furniture. A small gate opens into a fenced garden with lawns and shrubs. Visitors can make arrangements to fish the lakes in the grounds of the Manor House. Two cars can be parked in the drive. Access to the farm is along a gravel lane. Public house and post office within 5 minutes drive. Regular bus service 15 minutes walk. It is not possible to use the open fire. It is suggested that you bring your walking boots and bicycles for your own pleasure.
The Brew House has ground floor accommodation and is a non smoking cottage. WiFi Internet is provided at a charge of £12.00 at The Brew House. The 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.
The Brew House has live availability and prices. Click on the start date to begin you booking. Booking information and options and extras available at The Brew House are detailed below. Ferry crossing and booking information
Pricing and Booking Notes for The Brew HouseArrival Time 14:30 Departure Time 10:00 Sleeps 5 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1
The Brew House has 93 days available for Isle of Wight self catering holidays from the 28th July 2017 to 31st December 2017. That means The Brew House is 40.76% booked for this holiday period with 9.1 weeks confirmed so far.
Merstone is a beautiful rural area just outside of Godshill on the East of the Isle of Wight. The open countryside around Merstone is criss crossed with footpaths and cycle paths which makes it ideal those looking to explore the Isle of Wight.
The Taverners, Godshill - The Taverners public house and restaurant in Godshill has excellent food and is popular with Islanders and visitors alike. They are considered a 'real country pub' and offers a range of traditional dishes in a warm and friendly atmosphere. A sumptuous menu and a dedication to local produce has been recognised and earned them a place in the prestigious Michelin Guide. www.thetavernersgodshill.co.uk
There is a cycle track and wide walking routes running past Merstone. It was constructed on the old railway track and runs from Shanklin to Newport. There is also a footpath from Merstone to Godshill which is within a 25min walk.
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