Sleeps 2 in one bedroom
This pretty detached cottage is attractively situated in the beautiful gardens of Shalfleet Manor House. The Manor house is built of Island stone and dates back to the 1600's. It is close to the centre of the village and surrounded by several acres of garden. In the gardens is a beautifully secluded heated swimming pool which visitors are welcome to use.
Sleeps 2 in 1 bedroom; Not suitable for children
This charming cottage is beautifully sited on the cliff top above Freshwater Bay in ‘An area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. There are wonderful sea views of the bay and South coast from the cottage and garden as well as fine views of Tennyson Down. Visitors can walk down for a swim, in Freshwater Bay, in less than 5 minutes.
Sleeps 2 plus a baby under 6 months in 1 bedroom
This stone cottage with attractive garden and small brook running past is in a fantastic location, on the west side of the Isle of Wight, perfect for exploring the nearby coastline, historic towns and villages, and beautiful West Wight countryside. The Malthouse Cottage has an open plan kitchen with dining and sitting room areas on the ground floor. French doors opens onto a patio and garden. Upstairs is a double bedroom and newly equipped shower room.
Tennyson’s View stands within a two minute walk of the beach at Freshwater Bay - a quiet bay where swimming, paddling, fishing and boating can be enjoyed. Situated in An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty there are lovely views of Tennyson Down from the balcony which extends along the length of the property. Visitors are also welcome to relax in the communal garden, which sits above The Esplanade, with wonderful views across the bay. Tennyson’s View is immediately adjacent to the coastal path and miles of delightful footpaths, with spectacular coastal views, can be walked directly from the front door. The walks extend westwards across Tennyson Down to the Needles or eastward to St Catherine’s Lighthouse on the southern tip of the island. This area of coastline is protected by the National Trust and is one of the most beautiful areas on the Island. An 18 hole golf course where visitors are welcome enjoys stunning views over the Solent and English Channel and is within a 5 minute walk. The sandy bays of Totland and Colwell are within a 5 minute drive and fossil hunting, surfing and paragliding can be enjoyed nearby. Cycling is also a major activity here with rides over the downs and links with a network of cycle paths.
Tennyson’s View, built in 2000, on the site of a small hotel is the wing of a larger property divided into self contained apartments with communal gardens on the seaward side. Tennyson’s View is completely self contained with its own front door and balcony gateway and the accommodation is all on one level. It has been furnished and equipped with care to provide an attractive and comfortable place to stay for two people. It is centrally heated and double glazed. There is a spacious open plan living room with a comfortable sofa, television/DVD and double doors opening on to the balcony; an attractive dining area with open views through the double doors: a well equipped fitted kitchen with an electric cooker, gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer and washer/dryer; a charming bedroom with a double bed and fitted wardrobes; a bathroom with a bath, overhead shower, basin and w.c. Central heating/electricity at no extra charge. Please be aware that for 2016 the bath is being removed and the shower room is being newly equipped with a walk in shower.
Tennyson’s View has a lovely balcony, extending along the length of the property, where visitors can relax and eat meals whilst enjoying the view and hearing the sounds of the sea, which is so close. Garden furniture is provided for dining out on the balcony and in addition deck chairs are available for use in the communal garden. There is a private parking space for one car at the rear of the property - access is without steps. A public house, café and tea shop are within 5 minutes walk; a small general stores and restaurant within 10 minutes walk. The small town of Freshwater is only a few minutes drive away and here there are a variety of shops, two small supermarkets, and a good selection of public houses.
Tennysons View has ground floor accommodation and is a non smoking cottage. Tennysons View 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 11:30.
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.
Tennysons View - Freshwater Isle of Wight
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|Tennysons View Prices Per Week|
|26 May - 01 June 2017 - £449||02 June - 08 June 2017 - £449||09 June - 15 June 2017 - £465|
|16 June - 22 June 2017 - £505||23 June - 29 June 2017 - £535||30 June - 06 July 2017 - £545|
|07 July - 13 July 2017 - £550||14 July - 20 July 2017 - £565||21 July - 24 August 2017 - £579|
|25 August - 31 August 2017 - £555||01 September - 07 September 2017 - £449||08 September - 14 September 2017 - £425|
|15 September - 21 September 2017 - £379||22 September - 28 September 2017 - £322||29 September - 19 October 2017 - £299|
|20 October - 26 October 2017 - £365||27 October - 14 December 2017 - £289||21 December - 04 January 2018 - £415|
Tennysons View has live availability and prices. Click on the start date to begin you booking. Booking information and options and extras available at Tennysons View are detailed below.Booking Fee £19.75 per booking Towels (Bath & Hand Towel) £4.69 per person 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 Tennysons ViewArrival Time 16:00 Departure Time 11:30 Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1
The small town of Freshwater is located on the West of the Isle of Wight. The town has an inland part with shops and a seaside part called Freshwater Bay. The bay at Freshwater is known for its stunning beauty and because it makes a pleasant place to enjoy the sea and have a swim.
Freshwater has excellent access to the other coastal location on the West of the Isle of Wight and walks run along the coast in both directions. A walk to The Needles at Alum Bay is a pleasant way to see the dramatic coast. It is also possible to walk to Carisbrooke at the heart of the Island along the Tennyson Downs.
Red Lion Public House, Freshwater - The Red Lion is a traditional public house serving great food using local produce and local caught seafood. A traditional pub feel with a friendly atmosphere makes it a very enjoyable place to enjoy lunch or stop off at on a walk around the Western side of the Isle of Wight. Find out more Red Lion Freshwater Website.
Highdown Inn, Alum Bay - Attractive little public house serving good food. Located along the Freshwater Bay to Alum Bay back road and can be nicely incorporated into a walk between Freshwater Bay and Alum Bay via the coastal path. Highdown Inn Website.
Bare Foot on the Beach, Colwell Bay - Newly refurbished seafood restaurant opening in April 2012. Promises to be a great place for seafood. barefootonthebeach.co.uk
The Apple Farm Cafe - A wonderful family run cafe near Freshwater Bay with cakes and cream teas as well as a lunch time and evening menu. You are welcome to enjoy the excellent food and drink in the beautiful garden. aftonpark.co.uk
Freshwater Bay - Attractive crescent bay with shingle beach and great sceanary. - Freshwater Bay
Totland Bay - Shingle beach on the North West coast and within a short walk of Freshwater. - Totland Bay
Colwell Bay - Sand and shingle beach between Totland and Yarmouth and within a short walk of Freshwater. - Colwell 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 Tennysons View at FreshwaterDetails: 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 Tennysons View at FreshwaterDetails: 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 Tennysons View Public Transport Isle of Wight »
For walking information on Purbeck Dorset visit Isle of Wight Walking Holiday Information »
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The cottage description, photos and cottage details for Tennysons View Freshwater, Isle of Wight were updated on 17/05/2017 07:26:43
Tennysons View has 101 days available for Isle of Wight self catering holidays from the 27th May 2017 to 31st December 2017. That means Tennysons View is 53.88% booked for this holiday period with 16.9 weeks confirmed so far.