Make yourself at home in this elegant period property in a charming village which is sandwiched between an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a popular town. After a day of visiting attractions, long coastal walks or some shopping in the local seaside town of Ventnor, return to this comfortable property where you can dine alfresco in the sheltered garden, or curl up on one of the sofas in front of the flickering wood burner-effect electric fire.
This historical building which according to records King Charles II stayed in oozes character and charm. Inside there is a small porch area which leads to a spacious horseshoe-shaped kitchen with a round table and chairs, which is ideal for sitting at for breakfast. The living area boasts a larger dining table and chairs, two sofas and a Smart TV which sit beneath the oak-beamed ceiling. There are two romantic king-size bedrooms, a single bedroom, a family bathroom and a separate WC. Outside is an enclosed south-facing garden with a BBQ and outdoor furniture.
Situated in the idyllic village of Niton, there is a couple of local pubs, cafes and a greengrocer within 1 mile. If you head west you’ll reach the Isle of Wight Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, where there is an abundance of scenic nature walks to explore, a waterfall, beaches, fascinating historic landmarks, a nature reserve and a Dinosaur Expedition Centre (all within 5.5 miles). If you head in the other direction, you’ll reach the delightful village of St Lawrence (3 miles) and the popular town of Ventnor (4 miles) – both of which offer beaches, eateries and attractions.