This attractive former dairy is the perfect base for visiting the famous sailing centre of Cowes and offers easy access to a network of walking and cycling routes through spectacular countryside.
Enjoying a quiet location 3 miles from the thriving seaport of Cowes, this former dairy has been imaginatively converted to provide relaxing accommodation for two guests. Making a lovely romantic getaway for a couple, this stylish Grade II listed holiday home is a fabulous base for a range of activities including walking, cycling, golf, sailing and nature-watching.
Dating from 1804 and beautifully renovated in 2018, this charming cottage features a bright and airy open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, which is full of character, with exposed beams, tasteful furnishings and some restricted head height. The lounge is perfect for snuggling up in the evening with a good book or a movie. The dining area enjoys a pretty view, and the attractively designed kitchen is fully equipped for preparing your favourite meals. Exploring this spacious and inviting single-level property further, you will find a lovely bedroom with exposed beams and a super king-size bed. Due to the age of the property, there is restricted head height and changes in floor level in some areas, with a slope running the length of the cottage. Outside, there's a small terrace and lawn with garden furniture, providing a delightful spot for a morning coffee or a glass of wine in the evening.
Ideal for discovering the north-west corner of the Isle of Wight, this cosy cottage is within easy reach of the traditional coastal village of Gurnard (2 miles) with its beautiful beach. Cowes is famous for its sailing heritage and is home to the famous Cowes Week regatta. The town offers a range of fantastic shops, pubs and restaurants as well as attractions including the Sir Max Aitken Museum, Northwood House and the Classic Boat Museum. Osborne House – the former home of Queen Victoria is also nearby (8 miles).