Godshill, Isle of Wight
Attractive former-coach house sleeping two guests, situated alongside four other holiday cottages on the owner’s farm just outside the village of Godshill in the south-east of the Isle of Wight.
Merstone, Isle of Wight
Farmland property occupying a converted stable block, ideal for a couple or small family, situated in a quiet rural location on the Isle of Wight, surrounded by fields and lush countryside.
Dating from the 18th century this former milking parlour is now a lovely cottage nestling in pretty surroundings in the heart of the Isle of Wight, making it an ideal base for exploring the island.
Newchurch, Isle of Wight
This Grade II-listed 18th century barn has been beautifully converted to offer home-from-home ground floor accommodation in a peaceful rural setting.
Ideally situated on a picturesque working farm in the south of the island, this spacious, comfy and tranquil stable conversion is an ideal holiday base for a family enjoying this beautiful area.
Surrounded by stunning Isle of Wight countryside, this charming barn conversion is a walker’s and cyclist’s paradise.
Set on a 12 acre farm, this traditional holiday cottage offers beautiful rural views across fields to the nearby downs, and is a perfect base for exploring the beautiful eastern part of the island.
With views over the downs from the property, and cycling and walking opportunities on your doorstep, this characterful stone cottage is both a peaceful haven and a great base to explore the island.
Stunning barn conversion property offering beautifully maintained period accommodation for up to seven guests, situated in a tranquil farmland location in the southern region of the Isle of Wight.
This pretty stone cottage is a delightful 18th century Grade II listed barn conversion situated on a lovely 12 acre farm surrounded by beautiful countryside and ideal for enjoying the idyllic coast.
Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight
Former dairy converted to a delightful holiday cottage for six guests, located on the owner’s farm in the Isle of Wight village of Carisbrooke, just two miles from the island’s capital Newport.
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