Sleeps 5 plus a baby in a cot in 3 bedrooms
Located in the grounds of an old manor house in beautiful South Wight countryside near the picturesque village of Godshill. The Manor House is surrounded by lovely gardens which the cottage overlooks. Bridgecourt Manor Cottage is a stone cottage, converted from an ancient forge which dates back to the 1600’s. It provides attractive and comfortable accommodation for 5 people in 3 bedrooms.
Sleeps 4 + 1 in 2 bedrooms
Within 3 minutes of Shanklin's sandy beach - ideal for paddling and swimming. It is only a 2 minute walk from the lodge to the cliff path for beautiful views across Sandown Bay to the white cliff of Culver. Shanklin is a pleasant small resort on the south east coast of the Island with its own small theatre and a variety of interesting shops and restaurants. The Old Village of Shanklin has pretty thatched cottages, tea shops and public houses plus a beautiful chine, floodlit in the evening.
New Cottage sleeps 5 in 2 bedrooms plus a baby
Shiloh is a Grade II listed barn which has been converted into a lovely 2 bedroom, single storey, cottage. It is situated in delightful countryside between the villages of Godshill and Whitwell and is only a 5 minute drive from the coast. The seaside resort of Ventnor is 5 km away and the sandy beaches of Shankllin and Ventnor are within a 10 to 15 minute drive. This is a wonderful walking and cycling area with direct access to a network of footpaths including a wonderful walk along the River Yar which extends from its source in Niton on the south coast to Bembridge, with its beautiful wetland area in the east. The cottage has a secure fenced garden and is well equipped.
Sleeps 6 + 1 in 3 bedrooms; Children welcome
This delightful stone cottage which dates back to 1761 is built of Isle of Wight chalk and brick. It is situated in lovely countryside on an attractive farm at Merstone. The picturesque village of Godshill is nearby and the sandy beaches of Sandown and Shanklin are within a 15 minute drive.
New Cottage; Sleeps 6 (including babies) in 3 bedrooms
Manor Park View stands in a beautiful, secluded location within a 10 minute stroll of picturesque Shanklin Old Village and a further 5 mins to the lovely sandy beach of this popular resort. This beautifully equipped cottage overlooks lovely open parkland where visitors may enjoy a stroll and children can play games.
Sleeps maximum of 6 people + one baby under 12 months in 4 bedrooms
Baltija is beautifully situated in the wonderful semi rural coastal area of St Lawrence on the south of the Island. St Lawrence is renowned for it mild climate and is an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. Lanes and footpaths can be followed directly from the property to the sea at Woody Bay which is a ten to fifteen minute walk away.
New Cottage; Sleeps 5 + 1 in 3 bedrooms
Stone cottage in lovely peaceful Isle of Wight rural hamlet with large garden. Elm Cottage has a charming double bedroom, a bunk bedroom and a spacious single room which can accommodate an extra bed. It has a spacious sitting room with a wood burning stove, a separate dining room and a fitted kitchen equipped with a electric cooker and hob, microwave, fridge freezer and washing machine. There is a ground floor shower room with a w.c. and a bathroom with basin w.c. upstairs. Lovely large garden with garden furniture and a trampoline for children. Parking for one car.
Sleeps 4 + 1 in 2 bedrooms; Children welcome
Mead Cottage is attractively situated on a 12 acre farm on the edge of the small rural hamlet of Alverstone in “An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty”. This is a wonderful position for outdoor pursuits, walking, cycling, fishing and golf. In the village there are lovely water meadows and fishing ponds with hides for bird and red squirrel watching. There are many footpaths leading up on to the downs and towards the coast.
Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms;
This pretty stone cottage is situated on a lovely 12 acre farm, surrounded by beautiful open countryside. Delightful walks can be enjoyed directly from the cottage and footpaths can be followed to join the Bembridge Trail over the downs. Squire Thatcher's Barn has been carefully converted from an 18th Century Grade II Listed stone barn.
This charming property enjoys an unrivalled beach front position on the promenade of the small seaside resort of Shanklin on the southeast coast of the Isle of Wight. Shanklin has a wonderful sandy beach which gently slopes into the water, making it ideal for paddling, swimming and building sandcastles. The Sea Terrace is located at the end of a no through road at the far south end of the promenade, which is the quietest and most attractive part, without passing traffic. Steps ascend nearby to the main town on the cliff top and the house is only a few minutes walk from Shanklin Old Village with its pretty thatched cottages, public houses, restaurants and small shops plus a nearby theatre. Visitors may also choose, for a fee, to walk to the town via the beautiful Shanklin Chine, a natural wooded gorge, close to the cottage. There is a quiet public house which serves meals within a 4 minute walk along the beach. Further back along the promenade is a choice of restaurants overlooking the sea, plus typical seaside entertainments such as crazy golf and slot machines. A lift which takes you to the top of the cliff is within a 5 minute walk.
The Sea Terrace is a superb cottage dating back to 1880 with open sea views across the bay from all of the main rooms. It has been furnished and equipped with care to provide delightful accommodation of a high standard over three floors. It is centrally heated, double-glazed and WiFi internet is provided.
On the ground floor there is an open plan fitted kitchen with a range style cooker with a gas hob and electric oven, a microwave, a Belfast sink, and dishwasher; an adjoining utility area, a large American style fridge freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer; a lovely dining area with a large table and chairs beside windows overlooking the sea. Double doors can be opened from here to a small balcony where visitors can stand to admire the view. There are also comfortable chairs here creating a very social space when meals are being prepared.
Stairs lead up to the first floor where there is a delightful sitting room with leather sofas, an armchair, and a flat screen television with Freeview and DVD player. This room has large windows along one wall overlooking the sea, and French doors which open onto a wonderful terrace with garden furniture and a charcoal barbecue. Here, meals can be enjoyed whilst taking in the superb sea views which extend across the bay to Culver Cliffs. Steps lead up from the terrace to higher ground so that further views can be enjoyed. On this floor there are also two bedrooms with open sea views - one room with a zip and link bed which can be made up as a twin or super-king double with an en-suite bathroom with bath, overhead shower, basin and WC; a small double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom with bath, overhead shower, basin and WC. There is also a separate cloakroom on this floor. A further flight of stairs leads up to the delightful master bedroom with a double bed, wardrobe, arm chair, open sea views and an en-suite bathroom with a corner bath, built in shower, bidet, basin and WC. The particular charm of this area is the fact that double doors open onto an inviting private terrace with reclining garden furniture and a swing seat. Here it is possible to relax in the sunshine whilst watching the boats in the distance.
A travel cot and high chair can be made available. There are wardrobes in all bedrooms. Central heating and electricity without extra charge. Parking is available immediately outside the cottage from the end of October through to the beginning of March. At other times cars can stop outside of the cottage to unload and then can park in the roads above the cottage on the cliff top and walk down to the cottage within a few minutes.
The Sea Terrace is a non smoking cottage. WiFi Internet is provided free of charge at The Sea Terrace. The Sea Terrace is available for weekly self catering holiday bookings from Friday to Friday. The normal arrival time at this holiday cottage is 16:00 and the normal departure time is 10:00. Short break weekend and midweek self catering holidays are available from 17th February 2017 to 30th March 2017 and 27th October 2017 to 17th December 2017.
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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|The Sea Terrace Prices Per Week|
|17 February - 23 March 2017 - £699||24 March - 30 March 2017 - £725||31 March - 20 April 2017 - £1095|
|21 April - 27 April 2017 - £725||28 April - 11 May 2017 - £845||12 May - 18 May 2017 - £875|
|19 May - 25 May 2017 - £895||26 May - 01 June 2017 - £1589||02 June - 15 June 2017 - £1075|
|16 June - 22 June 2017 - £1095||23 June - 29 June 2017 - £1195||30 June - 06 July 2017 - £1295|
|07 July - 13 July 2017 - £1395||14 July - 20 July 2017 - £1495||21 July - 24 August 2017 - £1795|
|25 August - 31 August 2017 - £1695||01 September - 07 September 2017 - £1075||08 September - 14 September 2017 - £995|
|15 September - 21 September 2017 - £875||22 September - 28 September 2017 - £795||29 September - 19 October 2017 - £699|
|20 October - 26 October 2017 - £1195||27 October - 17 December 2017 - £699|
The Sea Terrace has live availability and prices. Click on the start date to begin you booking. Booking information and options and extras available at The Sea Terrace are detailed below.Booking Fee £19.75 per booking Cot & High Chair £13.29 per week Towels (Bath & Hand Towel) £4.29 per person per week WiFi Internet Free WiFi Internet Heating & Electricity Free of chargeBed Linen Free of chargeBooking Deposit 25% (min £249.00)of cottage rental Security Bond Refundable Deposit £250 per booking
The Sea Terrace has short break self catering holiday availability on the Isle of Wight. These are the short break periods.The Sea Terrace Short Breaks 2017 17th February to 30th March Weekday & Weekend Short Breaks The Sea Terrace Short Breaks 2017 27th October to 17th December Weekday & Weekend Short Breaks
Pricing and Booking Notes for The Sea TerraceArrival Time 16:00 Departure Time 10:00 Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 3
Shanklin is most famous for the long beach of golden sand and historic village centre. This idyllic self catering holiday location is on the East of the Isle of Wight and has excellent access to the other beaches on the East coast. There are a number of shops and restaurants in Shanklin village or down on the seafront.
Shanklin has a number of worthy attractions including Shanklin Old Town with pretty thatched buildings and number of traditional small shops selling local produce and traditional sweets. A pleasent area of gardens is also found nearby and these can be enjoyed on the way down to the sea.
View sights and sounds from Shanklin with our Shanklin Holiday Sights and Sounds Video
The Old Thatch Teashop is an award winning teashop Best Teashop on the Isle of Wight & Best Teashop on the Solent. Our menu is varied with all our food being Homemade.Website: www.oldthatchteashop.co.ukAddress: 4 Church Road, Shanklin, PO37 6NU Telephone: 01983 865 587
Pencil Cottage is a 17th Century thatched cottage nestled in the heart of Shanklin Old Village. The menu offers homemade fayre made from a wide range of local produce including fabulous locally caught crab.Website: www.pencilcottage.co.ukAddress: 2 Church Raod, Shanklin, PO37 6NU Telephone: 07766 917190
Pendletons is a superb family run restaurant located in the idyllic old village of Shanklin.Website: pendletons.orgAddress: 85 High Street, Shanklin, PO37 6NR Telephone: 01983 868272
We offer a selection of mouth-watering dishes, sourcing ingredients locally from the best of Isle of Wight produce to ensure optimum freshness and quality.Website: www.morgansofshanklin.comAddress: 36 High Street, Shanklin PO37 6JY Telephone: 01983 864900
A beautiful thatched pub in the heart of the old village of Shanklin. When the suns out enjoy our front garden and rear patio.Website: The Crab Inn ShanklinAddress: High Street, Shanklin, PO37 6NS Telephone: 01983 862363
Pointers Inn, Newchurch - A popular public house for its food with locals and visitors alike. Pointers Inn, Newchurch Isle of Wight
Cycle Route 7 - The marked cycle route number 7 passes close by and visits Ryde, Brading, Alverstone and Upton. For more information visit Isle of Wight Cycle Route 7.
Cycle Route 8 - The marked cycle route number 8 passes close by and visits Brading, Bembridge, St Helens, Seaview, Ryde and Upton. For more information visit Isle of Wight Cycle Route 8.
Cycle Route 11 - The marked cycle route number 11 passes close by and visits Sandown, Yaverland and Brading. For more information visit Isle of Wight Cycle Route 11.
Sandown to Newchurch Cycle Track - A flat cycle track runs from Sandown to Newchurch and passes close by. You can easily cycle to the beach at Sandown or head inland towards Newport where there are routes peeling off to Godshill, Wroxall, Cowes and most of the rest of the Isle of Wight. Find out more about Cycling on the Isle of Wight
Borthwood Copse - One of the best chances to walk and see red squirrels anywhere on the Isle of Wight. Borthwood Copse is a pretty woodland at Borthwood and is well known for the abundance of wildlife. You can view Borthwood Copse on Google Maps
More holiday information at www.wightinfo.co.uk/shanklin
For approx 2hrs our qualified Geologist will take you back through time, explain how the land beneath your feet has changed and will identify any fossils you find on the Dinosaur Island.Website: www.footprinttours.co.ukAddress: Jurassic Jim, 22 High Street, Shanklin, PO37 6JY Telephone: 01983 864577 / 077 9601 4004
Get an insight into the lives of a Roman nobleman and see the ruines of his villa. The museaum allows you to walk around above the excavation site and look down on the preserved details.Website: www.bradingromanvilla.org.ukAddress: Morton Old Road, Brading Isle of Wight, PO36 0PH Telephone: 01983 406223
Borthwood Copse is a beautiful area of woodland at Borthwood (near Sandown, Alverstone and Newchurch). The woods are well known for their population of Red Squirrels.Address: Car parking along Alverstone Rd
The Garlic Farm nestled along a tiny country lane below the Downs near Newchurch. We welcome visitors to our farm, farm shop & café and for food lovers, garlic lovers and the curious.Address: Mersley Farm, Mersley Lane, Newchurch, PO36 0NR Telephone: 01983 868732
Sally's Riding School is a well established riding establishment. We have a good selection of horses and ponies which enable us to take children and adults, experienced and novice riders.Website: www.sallysridingschool.comAddress: Forelands Field Road, Forelands, Bembridge, PO35 5TR Telephone: 01983 884023
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: www.tackt-isle.co.ukAddress: St Helens, PO33 1YB
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 www.blackgangchine.com/
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. seaviewwildlife.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 The Sea Terrace Public Transport Isle of Wight »
For walking information on Purbeck Dorset visit Isle of Wight Walking Holiday Information »
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The Sea Terrace has 139 days available for Isle of Wight self catering holidays from the 20th February 2017 to 31st December 2017. That means The Sea Terrace is 55.87% booked for this holiday period with 25.1 weeks confirmed so far.