Brook Beach holiday cottages available for self catering holidays on the Isle of Wight sleeping 4 to 10 people in 2 to 4 bedrooms . Brook Beach is a sand and shingle beach between Freshwater and Brighstone. This quiet beach, like many of the beaches on this part of the coast, enjoys views of the cliffs at Freshwater.
The beach facilities are limited to a car park (with a bike stand). There are no public toilets at Brook.
Notices explain beach safety are found by the car park. It is important to read about the local conditions and how to stay safe.
Getting There: Compton Beach is a West Isle of Wight beach between Freshwater and Brighstone and reached from the Military Rd which runs along the whole length of the West Coast. The car park make a £2.50 charge for parking all day.
This lovely stone cottage is beautifully situated in a small hamlet, on the south west coast of the island, amidst a wonderful rural and coastal landscape. The cottage is within a 2 minute walk of the delightful beach at Brook where visitors can paddle and swim. This is ‘An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ with much of the area protected by the National Trust. View Greystone Cottage Brook Isle of Wight
Lovely stone cottage within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and only a 15 minute walk from the beach at Brook on the West Coast of the Isle of Wight. This is a wonderful walking and cycling area and there are spectacular views of the sea and the white cliffs of Tennyson Down from the farm. View Dunsbury Farm Cottage Brook Isle of Wight
This lovely stone cottage dates back to the 1700's. It is beautifully situated on the south west coast of the Island – only a two minute walk from the beach. This part of the coastline is renowned for its fossils and is completely unspoilt. Brook Green is a pretty coastal hamlet with a small group of attractive stone cottages. The pretty villages of Brook and Brighstone are nearby. The sandy coves of Colwell Bay and Totland are within a 10 – 15 minute drive. View Therles Cottage Brook Isle of Wight
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Brook is located between Freshwater and Brighstone in a pretty coastal location and is best known for a long sand and shingle beach. Considered one of the least developed areas of coastline on the Isle of Wight it is popular with bathers who want some space and tranquility. The dramatic coastal features and the chance to find fossils just lying on the beach makes this more than just any seaside location.
Sun Inn, Brook - A public house with a sunny garden between Brook and Brighstone. sun-hulverstone.com
The Three Bishops, Brighstone - A public house at the heart of Brighstone. A large sunny garden and within a short walk of the beach at Brighstone. threebishopspub.co.uk
Seven Cafe, Brighstone - A cafe with decked area to enjoy breakfast and lunch. Seven Cafe
From Brook you can walk most of the West coast of the Isle of Wight without leaving the beach. Towards Freshwater there is a reef which causes the waves to break far out to sea and this makes it popular with surfers.
Brook Beach - Long sand and shingle beach extending towards Brighstone in the South and Freshwater in the West. Brook Beach
Enjoy Brook Village - Brook also has a small village centre with a historic church of which parts date back to the 13th Century.
View all available holiday cottages in Brook Isle of Wight.
Short Description http://www.brighstonevillageshop.co.uk/Website:Brighstone Village Shop Brighstone Isle of WightTelephone: 01983 740843 Address: Isle of Wight, Main Road, Brighstone PO30 4AH, United Kingdom
Short Description http://www.redlion-freshwater.co.uk/Website:The Red Lion Freshwater Isle of WightTelephone: 01983 754925 Address: Isle of Wight, Church Place, Freshwater PO40 9BP, United Kingdom
Short Description http://isleofwightadventureactivities.co.uk/Website:Isle of Wight Adventure Activities Freshwater Isle of WightTelephone: 01983 755 838 Address: Adventure Activities Isle of Wight - Freshwater, Isle of Wight, Freshwater Bay, Freshwater, United Kingdom
Short Description http://shipwreckcentre.com/Website:Isle of Wight Shipwreck Centre & Maritime Arreton Isle of WightTelephone: 01983 533079 Address: Isle of Wight, Arreton PO30 3AA, United Kingdom
Short Description http://www.theneedles.co.uk/Website:The Needles - Landmark Attraction Totland Isle of WightTelephone: 01983 752401 Address: Alum Bay New Road, Totland Bay PO39 0JD, United Kingdom
More Isle of Wight holiday attractions can be found at WightInfo Holiday Guide
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