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Jasmine Cottage is a new Isle of Wight holiday cottage in the historic and picturesque village of Godshill. This one bedroom self catering holiday cottage sleeps 2 plus a child on and extra bed and is an ideal rural getaway for a couple or small family looking to stay in the heart of the Isle of Wight.
Jasmine Cottage in Godshill is surrounded by beautiful Isle of Wight countryside and there are a number of walking trails that pass the village. Furthermore, the coast on the East and South sides of the Isle of Wight are with a short drive or pleasant cycle ride. Shanklin beach is within a 15min drive and Ventnor beach in the south is only about 15 to 20 minutes away.
Godshill village is best know for the historic village centre with thatched cottages and a beautiful stone church. There are numerous boutique shops selling local Isle of Wight crafts as well as cream teas. There are several good public houses in Godshill and the Taverners is famed across the Isle of Wight for their food and local beer.
For more information about Jasmine Cottage visit www.islandcottageholidays.com/isleofwight/cottages/jasmine/
Woaddens and Wyncott are two beautiful and traditional self catering holiday cottage in Corfe Castle within a few minutes walk of the village square. Both enjoy a position on West St which has no through traffic and is seen as a very peaceful part of the village of Corfe Castle.
Woaddens and Wyncott have some new photos added and they can be viewed on the cottage webpages below.
Sleeps 5 in 3 bedrooms; Children welcome
This delightful stone cottage stands in a quiet lane close to the centre of the picturesque village of Corfe Castle. The dramatic ruins of the castle provide a wonderful backdrop to the village and marvellous open views can be enjoyed from the hill on which it stands. This is a superb walking and cycling area – the village is surrounded by beautiful countryside and the rolling Purbeck hills. View Woaddens Cottage Corfe Castle, Dorset
Sleeps 7 in 4 bedrooms; Children welcome
This delightful traditional stone cottage stands in a peaceful lane within a few minutes walk of both wonderful open countryside and the historic castle and central square of the picturesque village of Corfe Castle. The attractive square is a lovely spot with a number of small shops – these include a National Trust gift shop, a local bakers for wonderful breads, cakes and lunchtime rolls, a traditional sweet shop; a general stores offering a wide range of local produce plus public houses, and a number of tea shops and restaurants. The tourist board grading has been Applied For. View Wyncott Cottage Corfe Castle, Dorset
Chine Side is a new self catering holiday cottage available in Shanklin on the Isle of Wight. This beautiful and spacious holiday home is located within a short walk of Shanklin beach and is also next to Shanklin Old Town and Shanklin Park.
This 4 bedroom self catering Shanklin cottage can sleep 8 people and a baby and is available for holidays in 2014. Features include a beautiful terrace overlooking the garden and a sunny front room or lounge with elevated views.
A number of new Isle of Wight holiday cottages have become available in January and February. These new cottages are now available for holidays in 2013 and are located across the Isle of Wight. Our latest cottage is Stanwell Barn near Bembridge which enjoys a rural location but is within a short walk of the sandy beach at Whitecliff. Other new cottages in Alum Bay near Freshwater, Totland (also near Freshwater), Bonchurch near Ventnor and Brighstone on the West side of the Isle of Wight.
New Cottage; Sleeps 8 people in 4 bedrooms
Stanwell Barn is a large stone barn which has recently been skilfully converted to provide superb accommodation. Original features such as exposed beams and stone walls have been retained. The property has been furnished and equipped to a high standard with under floor heating, and oak and tiled floors. It has a wonderful feeling of light and space. Apart from one bedroom all of the accommodation is on the ground floor. ViewStanwell Barn Bembridge, Isle of Wight
Sleeps 4 + a baby in 2 bedrooms
Tennyson Wing is beautifully situated in a lovely rural location above Alum Bay and enjoys panoramic views of the nearby downs and across fields to the sea. This is a wonderful walking area within a two minute walk of Tennyson Down and a nearby footpath leads to the coastal path. Tennyson Wing is the first floor south west wing of a large detached property with a wonderful large terrace where meals can be enjoyed. It has two bedrooms – a twin room and a double bedroom with a king size bed and en-suite shower room; family bathroom; fitted kitchen; charming sitting room and dining area. Sea views from most main rooms. Only a short drive from several sandy coves on the west side of the island. View Tennyson Wing Alum Bay, Isle of Wight
Isle of Wight » West » Totland
Sleeps 4 + 1 in 2 bedrooms
Apple House is situated on the west side of the island, within a 10 minute walk of the beach at Colwell Bay. Here swimming, paddling, fishing and boating can be enjoyed. Totland Bay is also within easy walking distance. The coastal path from this area can be followed westward to Alum Bay, Tennyson Down and The Needles – a wonderful walking area with panoramic sea views. The centre of Freshwater is also within a 10 minute walk View Apple House Totland Bay, Isle of Wight
New Cottage; Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms (including a baby in a cot)
Hadfield Cottage is situated in the picturesque coastal village of Bonchurch and is less than 3 minutes walk from the sea. Bonchurch has an air of tranquillity with its lovely village pond, traditional style cottages and 11th century church. Restaurants and a public house are within easy walking distance. There is also a pleasant coastal walk to the nearby seaside resort of Ventnor. View Hadfield Cottage Bonchurch, Isle of Wight
Sleeps 4 plus a baby in 2 bedrooms
The delightful Methodist chapel was built in the 1800’s and has been converted into a wonderful cottage. It stands on the outskirts of the pretty village of Brighstone on the south west coast of the island. The village is renowned for its lovely church, thatched cottages, village shops, National Trust shop, public house and teashop. Visitors can walk directly from the cottage and join footpaths to the beach at Chilton Chine (2 miles). View The Old Chapel Brighstone, Isle of Wight
The chance to visit the Isle of Wight on a self catering holiday with friends and family has been a tradition and an annual pleasure for many people over the years and now there is an ever expanding range of things to see and places to enjoy.
The Isle of Wight also offers an ever improving range of quality self catering holiday accommodation with more 4 Star Gold Award and 5 Star self catering cottages than ever before. Many self catering properties on the Island also now come with facilities like WiFi internet which helps busy people extend their holiday as well as keep in better touch with family.
The Isle of Wight has grown into a culinary destination and self catering often gives guest an opportunity to cook with locally produced meats, fish and vegetables as well as dine out in the numerous excellent restaurants. Crab from Bembridge, lamb from Brook, tomatoes from near Shanklin and poultry or pork from Godshill are just some of examples. Farm shops at Wroxall, Freshwater and Arreton offer a great range of local vegetables and local produce to try and cook with.
One of the most popular attractions of a family self catering holiday on the Isle of Wight is to explore the wonderful nature and view the dramatic scenery on the Island. This can range from visiting one of the sandy beaches at Shanklin, Sandown, Seaview or Ventnor to play in the sea or it could involve walking or cycling along the many trails, footpaths and cycle tracks. Major trails such as the Tennyson Trail, Worsley Trail and Isle of Wight coastal path are a wonderful way of seeing the Island both inland and around the coast.
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Briary is doubtless popular because of it’s position by the water, stunning views and beautiful interior making this cottage a wonderful place to sit and watch ships and sailing boats pass by in the solent.
The North of the Isle of Wight is an increasingly popular holiday destination and locations like this show the reasons why. Wonderful views, lots of local activities and sports, good local restaurants, excellent stretches of the Isle of Wight coastal path and great access to the rest of the Island are some of the many attractions.
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Seahaze Villa on the Isle of Wight is a new cottage near Ventnor. This beautiful cottage sleeps 7 + 3 in 3 bedrooms which makes it a wonderful family cottage by the sea of the south coast of the Island.
For more information about Seahaze Villa go to: Seahaze Villa Ventnor Isle of Wight
For more Ventnor holiday cottages visit our Ventnor Holiday Cottages