Sleeps 6 plus a baby in 3 bedrooms; Children welcome.
Dairy Cottage is an attractive stone cottage enjoying rural views and with glimpses of Carisbrooke Castle from the master bedroom. The castle is within a 15 minute walk. The cottage is located at the heart of the Isle of Wight and within a short drive of the coast in any direction. Local walks follow the top of the Downs as far as Freshwater and Alum Bay and enjoy wonderful views all along the way.
Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms: with swimming pool
Situated within a few minutes walk of the centre of the pretty village of Shalfleet on the west side of the Isle of Wight. The village has a lovely 12th century church, its own village shop and a public house which is extremely good for meals. There is a tennis court which visitors are welcome to use and also an attractive heated swimming pool.
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 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.
New Cottage; Sleeps 6 plus a baby in 3 bedrooms;
A pretty thatched cottage in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, close to Winkle Street, in the village of Calbourne. It provides very attractive accommodation with a large garden for 6 people in 3 bedrooms. An ideal base for touring the Isle of Wight. 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.
Sleeps 7 in 4 bedrooms
This lovely stone cottage is situated in the small rural hamlet of Bowcombe which stands between the pretty village of Shorwell and Carisbrooke with its medieval castle. Shorwell and Carisbrooke are both within a 5 minute drive and have public houses which are good for meals. The cottage offers easy access to the small bays and coves on the south west side of the Isle of Wight. Brighstone beach is within a 10 minute drive and the larger sandy beaches of Ventnor and Shanklin are within a 20 minute drive.
This lovely detached house is peacefully situated in a small hamlet in beautiful countryside and adjacent to Parkhurst Forest – a fairly large forest offering a wonderful walking and cycling area where many red squirrels and a variety of wildlife can be seen. Yew Tree House is in a rural location but at the same time is only a 10 minute drive from the central market town of Newport with its variety of shops, public houses and restaurants plus medieval castle at Carisbrooke. Similarly Cowes and the beaches of Gurnard and Thorness Bay are within a 10 minute drive. Cowes is a renowned sailing centre and is close to the wonderful Island home of Queen Victoria – Osborne House. Yew Tree House is also within a very short drive of Newtown Estuary which is part of a National Nature reserve and is an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. It is home to countless wildfowl and rare wading birds. This is a wonderful and peaceful area for walking and bird watching.
Yew Tree House is a large detached property providing lovely light and spacious accommodation for 6 people in 3 bedrooms which is centrally heated and double glazed. The house has been furnished and equipped with care and contains a charming eclectic mix of items from around the world. On the ground floor there is a spacious hallway; a large kitchen equipped with fitted units, an electric oven, gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer; a lovely open dining area with an oak table and chairs plus a sofa for relaxing and French doors opening into the garden; a separate utility area with a sink, washing machine, tumble dryer and second refrigerator; two lovely light bedrooms – one twin room with a large bay window overlooking the forest and a double bedroom plus a well equipped tiled bathroom with bath, overhead shower, basin and w.c. Stairs lead up to a landing giving access to the sitting room - a lovely light room with extensive windows overlooking the garden, furnished with a leather sofa and chairs, wood burning stove, wide screen television with Freeview/DVD. Upstairs there is also the master bedroom with a double bed, wardrobe and en-suite shower room with built in shower, basin and WC. A folding bed can be provided to sleep an additional child or to enable two children to sleep separately. Travel cot/high chair can also be made available. Central heating and electricity without extra charge. WiFi internet can be provided.
Yew Tree House has a lovely large enclosed garden with an extensive lawn, shrubberies and trees. This is a wonderful peaceful oasis which is home to a variety of birds and wildlife. Garden furniture is provided and there is a terrace beside the house with a barbecue so that meals can be enjoyed outside. A large hot tub which will accommodate six people is available by prior arrangement at an additional cost from June onwards. There is an open plan garden at the front of the house with parking for three cars in the drive. Public house and supermarket within 5 minutes drive.
Yew Tree House is a non smoking cottage. WiFi Internet is provided free of charge at Yew Tree House. Yew Tree House is available for weekly self catering holiday bookings from Saturday to Saturday. The normal arrival time at this holiday cottage is 16:00 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.
Yew Tree House - Parkhurst Forest Isle of Wight
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|Yew Tree House Prices Per Week|
|18 February - 31 March 2017 - £375||01 April - 21 April 2017 - £625||24 June - 30 June 2017 - £649|
|01 July - 07 July 2017 - £765||08 July - 14 July 2017 - £865||15 July - 21 July 2017 - £1025|
|22 July - 28 July 2017 - £1325||29 July - 11 August 2017 - £1325||12 August - 18 August 2017 - £1325|
|19 August - 25 August 2017 - £1325||26 August - 01 September 2017 - £1275||02 September - 08 September 2017 - £625|
|09 September - 15 September 2017 - £559||16 September - 22 September 2017 - £525|
Yew Tree House has live availability and prices. Click on the start date to begin you booking. Booking information and options and extras available at Yew Tree House are detailed below.Booking Fee £19.75 per booking Cot & High Chair £13.29 per week Jacuzzi £99.00 per week Pets (No. of) £29.99 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 £125.00)of cottage rental Security Bond Refundable Deposit £150 per booking
Pricing and Booking Notes for Yew Tree HouseArrival Time 16:00 Departure Time 10:00 Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2
Cowes is famous sailing mecca and attracts sailors from around the world for the Cowes Week festival. Naturally there is much more to this little town and many simply come to enjoy the small shops and boutique stores as well as the vibrant atmosphere. The coast line either side of Cowes makes for pleasant walking and it is possible to walk along to Ryde to the East or Gurnard to the West. A stretch of beach towards Gurnard is an enjoyable place to enjoy a picnic and watch the yachts, fishing boats and cruise liners.
More holiday information at www.wightinfo.co.uk/cowes
Lugleys, Cowes - Seafront restaurant at the West end of Cowes with a menu of good gourment food. Also popular for Sunday lunch. lugleysofcowes.com
There are a number of small restaurants in Cowes. If you have tried one you like please let us know and we will pass it along. You can also leave suggestions for places to eat on our Facebook pages.
Isle of Wight Osteopath - www.isleofwightosteopath.co.uk
Tree Climbing - A chance to climb into the canopy as part of a fun day out on the Isle of Wight. This family friendly activity is very safe and extremely popular with children and adults alike. For more information visit www.goodleaf.co.uk
Isle of Wight Steam Railway - A wonderful day out for the family with a step back in time to the age of steam. The Isle of Wight Steam Railway offers a chance to learn about the trains and travel part of the Isle of Wight by train. For more information visit www.iwsteamrailway.co.uk
UKSA Sailing Courses - The UKSA run a number of sailing courses on the Isle of Wight and are a great place to find a leisure sailing course during your holiday. www.uksa.org
The North of the Isle of Wight is a wonderfully varied location with beautiful coastal areas and historic sites. The main towns in the North are Yarmouth in the North West, Gurnard and Cowes in the centre of the Northern coastline, and Ryde in the North East. There is a sandy beach at Ryde, a shingle and sand beach at Gurnard and a long shingle beach at Cowes.
The principle town here is Cowes where a vibrant sailing scene exists and culminates in the yearly Cowes Week festival. Yarmouth also enjoys a strong connection with the sea and has its own festival of Gaffers which attracts a large number of brightly decorated boats.
The inland areas of the North side of the Isle of Wight are known for their beautiful countryside. The estuary at Wootton is an important area for birds and views across the estuary are often enhanced by a number of bird species. Footpaths and cycle tracks are numerous in the area and a great way to see the beauty on the North of the Isle of Wight.
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 Yew Tree House Public Transport Isle of Wight »
For walking information on Purbeck Dorset visit Isle of Wight Walking Holiday Information »
Two dogs are welcome and the back garden is fenced. Pets are not permitted on the furniture or in the bedrooms. We also ask owners not to leave dogs on their own in the cottage and not to allow them to foul the garden. Puppies and also dogs with incontinence problems are not permitted without specific agreement. Please ensure that your pet's treatment for the prevention of fleas is up to date. We regret that cats are not permitted.
(applicable to all cottages if not conflicting with individual cottage policy)
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.
Yew Tree House has 89 days available for Isle of Wight self catering holidays from the 20th February 2017 to 31st December 2017. That means Yew Tree House is 71.75% booked for this holiday period with 32.3 weeks confirmed so far.