Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms;
The cottage occupies a delightful position on a lovely 12-acre farm, where horses are kept. The farm is surrounded by beautiful open countryside. It is a delightful walking area and visitors can follow footpaths over the Downs from close to the cottage. Great location for exploring the East of the Isle of Wight and only a short drive from Seaview or Shanklin. A nearby public house serves excellent food.
Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms;
This pretty stone cottage is situated on a lovely 12 acre farm, surrounded by beautiful open countryside. Delightful walks can be enjoyed directly from the cottage and footpaths can be followed to join the Bembridge Trail over the downs. Squire Thatcher's Barn has been carefully converted from an 18th Century Grade II Listed stone barn.
Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms; Children aged 6 + welcome
The Granary is a charming cottage, which has been carefully converted from the wing of a large ancient barn dating back to the 17th Century - Ningwood Green Barn. It is nestled in lovely peaceful West Wight countryside but is only a 10 minute drive from the lovely beaches at Colwell Bay & Totland Bay. This is a lovely walking area and their is a National Nature Reserve at nearby Shalfleet.
Sleeps 4 + 1 in 2 bedrooms; Children welcome
Two Mead Cottage is one of a pair of cottages which stand in the attractive rural hamlet of Alverstone and is less than a 5 minute drive from the lovely sandy beaches of Sandown on the east coast of the Island. The cottage is located on a small 12 acre farm which is home to horses, cows and a few free range chickens. The farm is in “An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty” and has a charming large pond which attracts ducks, moorhens and the occasional heron.
New Cottage; Sleeps 4 plus a baby in two bedrooms
Lovely detached bungalow, in a quiet lane, on the outskirts of the pretty village of Brighstone, on the south west side of the Isle of Wight. Wonderful walking and cycling area with bridleways and footpaths at the end of the lane leading up on to Brighstone Downs. From here the Tennyson Trail can be followed to The Needles on the western tip of the Island or inland to Carisbrooke with its medieval castle. The cottage is only 1/2 mile from the village centre with public house for meals, bistro/tea shop, excellent village shop with local produce. The quiet beaches of Brighstone Bay are also nearby.
New Cottage; Sleeps 3 including a baby in 2 bedrooms
Pretty stone cottage which dates back to the 15th Century and is Grade II listed. It stands in St Lawrence, a small peaceful coastal village on the south coast of the Isle of Wight. The cottage is attractively furnished and well equipped with central heating and a wood burning stove. It is a small, well designed cottage which sleeps 3 in 2 bedrooms - all on one level.
Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms; Children welcome
Magnolia Cottage is situated on a delightful farm in one of the loveliest parts of the Isle of Wight lying at the foot of Appuldurcombe Down and above the picturesque village of Godshill in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A pleasant ten-minute stroll through the beech copse and across the fields leads to the centre of Godshill. This village is renowned for its church and pretty thatched cottage.
New Cottage, Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms
This pretty thatched cottage, with leaded light windows, stands in beautiful countryside, only a few minutes walk from Calbourne Water Mill. The cottage was designed by John Nash as a lodge for Westover Manor and is a Grade II listed building with wonderful grounds of 3.5 acres. This is a lovely walking area with footpaths very close to the cottage leading to Newbridge, Calbourne and to the downs above Brighstone, linking with the renowned Tennyson trail to Freshwater Bay.
Sleeps 2 + 1 in 1 bedroom
This lovely detached cottage is beautifully situated in delightful countryside, with the most wonderful open views across rolling lawns and fields to the valley of the River Medina which gently meanders into the distance. It is a peaceful location on the 35 acre Medham Farm and visitors have open access to the private meadow, lake and beautiful woodland of the farm. This is an area rich in wildlife with frogs, newts and ducks in the pond the garden overlooks.
Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms (including an infant)
Delightful Grade II listed cottage in a quiet rural hamlet with lovely walks. The seaside resort of Shanklin, with its lovely sandy beaches, is only 1.5 miles away. The cottage has a pretty enclosed walled garden with fragrant plants. It has been furnished and equipped to a very high standard to provide very attractive, centrally heated, accommodation
Sleeps 3 in 2 bedrooms including a baby; Children welcome
This cottage is situated in a quiet country lane on the outskirts of Godshill. It was originally the milking parlour of Lower Yard Farm. The surrounding fields are home to horses which belong to a small nearby riding school. Here you are in lovely countryside but the centre of the picturesque village of Godshill, with its pretty thatched cottages, restaurants and tea shops is only 3/4 mile away.
Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms; Children welcome
This lovely Grade II listed stone cottage is attractively situated in a courtyard of 5 cottages in a delightful rural hamlet only 1.5 miles from the centre of Shanklin, a seaside resort with a large sandy beach which gently slopes to the water and is ideal for swimming and paddling.
New Cottage sleeps 5 in 2 bedrooms plus a baby
Shiloh is a Grade II listed barn which has been converted into a lovely 2 bedroom, single storey, cottage. It is situated in delightful countryside between the villages of Godshill and Whitwell and is only a 5 minute drive from the coast. The seaside resort of Ventnor is 5 km away and the sandy beaches of Shankllin and Ventnor are within a 10 to 15 minute drive. This is a wonderful walking and cycling area with direct access to a network of footpaths including a wonderful walk along the River Yar which extends from its source in Niton on the south coast to Bembridge, with its beautiful wetland area in the east. The cottage has a secure fenced garden and is well equipped.
Sleeps 5 in 3 bedrooms; Children welcome
This charming cottage is nestled in the beautiful East Isle of Wight countryside, adjoining National Trust woodland, renowned for its carpets of bluebells; abundance of red squirrels and rabbits. The cottage commands wonderful views towards the sea and Culver Cliffs as well as of the Ventnor Down. Visitors have the freedom to enjoy over three acres of garden and private woodland. The sandy beach of Sandown is within a seven-minute drive.
Sleeps 2 + 1 in 1 bedroom and mezzanine; Children 4 + welcome
Castle Cottage is very attractively situated within a pleasant ten minute stroll of the sandy beach of Ventnor and the quiet cove of Steephill. At the rear of the cottage is Ventnor Park and paths lead through these lovely gardens to the Esplanade. These gardens also adjoin the Botanical Garden of Ventnor which is renowned for its mild climate and rare plants.
Sleeps 2 + 1 in 1 bedroom; Children 8+ welcome
This attractive property is situated in the grounds of Brook Lodge in beautiful South Isle of Wight countryside on the outskirts of the rural village of Whitwell. The village centre with its attractive church and public house is only a 10 minute walk away. The sandy beach of the seaside town of Ventnor is within a 10 minute drive and there is also easy access to the small quiet coves on the south coast and on the West side of the Isle of Wight.
Sleeps 4 in 2 bedroom
Situated in beautiful East Wight countryside on the outskirts of the attractive hamlet of Alverstone and within an easy 10 minute drive of the sandy beaches of Sandown and Shanklin. The property enjoys beautiful views across open countryside towards Culver Cliffs and the sea can be glimpsed in the distance.
Sleeps 4 + 1 in 2 bedrooms
Within 3 minutes of Shanklin's sandy beach - ideal for paddling and swimming. It is only a 2 minute walk from the lodge to the cliff path for beautiful views across Sandown Bay to the white cliff of Culver. Shanklin is a pleasant small resort on the south east coast of the Island with its own small theatre and a variety of interesting shops and restaurants. The Old Village of Shanklin has pretty thatched cottages, tea shops and public houses plus a beautiful chine, floodlit in the evening.
Sleeps 4 + 1 in 2 bedrooms; Children welcome
This charming thatched cottage dates back more than two hundred years. It is a lovely character cottage, which has retained many original features. It is only a 10 minute walk from the beach and occupies a very attractive central location in the small coastal resort of St Helens overlooking the village green where cricket is played. Public house, restaurant and shop all within a few minutes walk.
New Cottage. Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms
This charming white walled self catering cottage, is in the centre of the seaside resort of Ryde, on the east coast of the Isle of Wight. It is within a 4 minute walk of the sea and the white sands of Appley Beach are nearby. The very central position of the cottage means it has easy access to the shops, restaurants and many entertainments of Ryde. It is also within a few minutes walk of fast sea links to the mainland and to train and bus services of the Isle of Wight making it ideal for visitors wishing to visit without a car. Within a 1 minute walk of the cottage a car park is available. Special offer of a Complimentary Tourist Parking permit for the period of your stay if you book your holiday at West View Cottage. (This permit is valid for use in the majority of on and off street pay and display parking bays managed by the Isle of Wight Council.)
Sleeps 2 + 1 small child in 1 bedroom.
This pretty cottage is attractively situated within a pleasant ten minute walk of the sandy beach of Ventnor or the quiet cove of Steephill on the south coast of the Island. Ventnor Park is at the rear of the cottage and paths lead through these gardens to the Esplanade. These gardens also adjoin the Botanical Garden of Ventnor which is renowned for its rare plants and the mild climate. The Clock House is one of a small group of cottages which have been converted from the original stables of Steephill Manor House.
Sleeps 5 plus a baby in a cot in 3 bedrooms
Located in the grounds of an old manor house in beautiful South Wight countryside near the picturesque village of Godshill. The Manor House is surrounded by lovely gardens which the cottage overlooks. Bridgecourt Manor Cottage is a stone cottage, converted from an ancient forge which dates back to the 1600’s. It provides attractive and comfortable accommodation for 5 people in 3 bedrooms.
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Stable Barn is a lovely detached cottage with wonderful open views across the garden and fields to the beautiful Arreton and Mersley Downs in the distance. The cottage is situated on a small 12 acre farm which is home to horses. Ducks also often adorn the grassy courtyard near the cottage. This is a wonderful walking and cycling area with footpaths leading directly from the cottage to nearby villages and paths which join the Bembridge Trail across wonderful countryside to the coast. There is easy access to a cycle path linking the seaside resort of Sandown with the market town of Newport. The cycle path travels through the pretty villages of Newchurch and Godshill. There is a good public house for meals within a 10-15 minute walk. The sandy beaches of Sandown and Shanklin are within a 10 minute drive.
Stable Barn was converted in 2010 from a Grade II listed milking parlour into a delightful property which has been furnished and equipped to a high standard to provide very attractive accommodation for four people in two bedrooms with en-suite bath/shower rooms. It enjoys open views across beautiful countryside from all of its main rooms. The accommodation has a lovely spacious and airy feel with a vaulted ceiling, attractive beams and floor to ceiling glass tri-fold doors which can be folded back to make the garden seem part of the living room.
The lovely open plan living room is furnished with superb leather sofas, a wall mounted flat screen television with DVD/Freeview and a hi-fi system with an ipod docking station so that visitors can enjoy their own music. There is a delightful dining area where meals can be taken whilst enjoying the open rural views; an open plan fitted kitchen equipped with an electric cooker and hob, microwave, slim-line dishwasher and fridge freezer. A washer/dryer is provided in a small separate utility area. The cottage has two charming bedrooms with lovely rural views and the added feature of attractive stable doors to provide direct access outside - a double bedroom with a king size bed and en-suite bathroom with a bath, overhead shower, basin and WC; a lovely twin room with an en-suite shower room with a built in shower, basin and WC. There are plentiful supplies of hot water and high quality European electric radiators which are thermostatically controlled to maintain an easily adjustable temperature in this well insulated property. Heating and electricity provided at no extra charge. A travel cot and high chair can be made available. The cottage has a wireless broadband internet (WiFi) connection.
Stable Barn has a lovely fenced and gated garden at the rear of the cottage, with a cherry tree and an apple tree. There is a raised patio area immediately outside of the living room doors - an ideal place to enjoy morning coffee or a glass of wine in the evening. In the garden, furniture is provided where visitors can relax and meals can be enjoyed A barbecue can be provided free of charge on request. There are two parking space provided just across the entrance to the courtyard. Bus service ¼ mile. Access to the farm is via a farm lane which is bumpy in places. Nearby places to visit include Amazon Adventure, The Garlic Farm, The Roman Villa, Carisbrooke Castle and Havenstreet Steam Railway. Osborne House, the island home of Queen Victoria, is within a 20 minute drive.
Stable Barn (formerly Mokolodi Wight) has ground floor accommodation and is a non smoking cottage. WiFi Internet is provided at a charge of £12.00 at Stable Barn (formerly Mokolodi Wight). Stable Barn (formerly Mokolodi Wight) is available for weekly self catering holiday bookings from Saturday to Saturday. The normal arrival time at this holiday cottage is 15:00 and the normal departure time is 10:00. Short break weekend and midweek self catering holidays are available from and 27th October 2018 to 20th December 2018.
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Stable Barn (formerly Mokolodi Wight) has 155 days available for Isle of Wight self catering holidays from the 7th May 2018 to 31st December 2018. That means Stable Barn (formerly Mokolodi Wight) is 35.15% booked for this holiday period with 12.0 weeks confirmed so far.
Newchurch is a quiet rural village with a beautiful church, excellent local public house and surrounded by beautiful countryside ideal for walking and cycling. Newchurch is a short distance from the East coast where there are sandy beaches. Shanklin and Sandown can be reached via the cycle path or can be reached by car in just a few minutes.
Pointers Inn, Newchurch - A popular public house for its food with locals and visitors alike. Pointers Inn, Newchurch Isle of Wight
Borthwood Copse - One of the best chances to walk and see red squirrels anywhere on the Isle of Wight. Borthwood Copse is a pretty woodland at Borthwood and is well known for the abundance of wildlife. You can view Borthwood Copse on Google Maps
Cycle Route 7 - The marked cycle route number 7 passes close by and visits Ryde, Brading, Alverstone and Upton. For more information visit Isle of Wight Cycle Route 7.
Sandown to Newchurch Cycle Track - A flat cycle track runs from Sandown to Newchurch and passes close by. You can easily cycle to the beach at Sandown or head inland towards Newport where there are routes peeling off to Godshill, Wroxall, Cowes and most of the rest of the Isle of Wight. Find out more about Cycling on the Isle of Wight
Local nature reserve - Alverstone Mead and the SSSI of Alverstone Marshes are within a short walk of Borthwood. Join the cycle track at Alverstone and head towards Sandown. You will cross the reserve along the way.
Blackgang Chine - Blackgang Chine is a popular theme park with rides, games and a maze to keep the whole family entertained. Blackgang Chine is also thought to be the longest running theme park in the world and many generations of visitors remember it for the adventure and excitement it offers. Located just outside of Niton on the South of the Isle of Wight.Website: www.blackgangchine.com/
Tackt-Isle Adventures - Tackt-Isle Adventures provides equipment rental, tuition and everything you need for an adventurous activity on dry land or on the water. Join us for dinghy sailing, kayaking, paddleboarding, windsurfing, mountain biking and even Segway rides! Make the Island your playground.Website: tackt-isle.co.uk
Rosemary's Vineyard - Stroll round the vines, tour the winery, watch our ‘vine to wine’ video and enjoy free tasting of our wines, liqueurs, juices, and ciders. Admission is free and there are free vine tours every Saturday, Sunday, Monday & Tuesday at 11am, 12 noon and 1pm.Website: rosemaryvineyard.co.uk
Shanklin & Sandown Golf Club - 18 Hole East Isle of Wight Golf Club – visitors welcome.Website: ssgolfclub.com
The East of the Isle of Wight is best known for its sandy beaches and traditional seaside holiday resorts. The coast on this part of the Isle of Wight has excellent opportunities for swimming, relaxing on the beach and enjoying a traditional family holiday by the sea. The beach resorts of Shanklin and Sandown are the more popular resorts on the coast but excellent beaches can also be found at Seaview, St Helens, Bembridge and Whitecliff. Details of beaches on the Isle of Wight can be found at www.wightinfo.co.uk/outdoors-activities/beaches
The East of the Isle of Wight also enjoys beautiful rural areas which are crisscrossed by numerous footpaths and cycle paths. A coastal path running the length of the East Coast and on around the Island allows walkers to enjoy the splendid seascapes and take tea in numerous cafes and restaurants along the way. View more East Isle of Wight Cottages
New photos of Knighton Gorges are now online to reflect the updates and changes for the 2017 self catering holiday season. Knighton Gorges is an East Isle of Wight holiday rental within a short drive or cycle ride of Sandown and Shanklin Beach. This beautiful rural area has wonderful views over the rolling countryside and …
There is a new photo of Knighton Gorges which shows the beautiful rural position and peaceful surroundings to give a much more representative image of how it is to holiday at this self catering holiday cottage at Newchurch on the East of the Isle of Wight. Knighton Gorges is in a beautiful and peaceful location …
The Isle of Wight is a wonderful place for cycling and walking and many of our guests recommend walks to us so we can share them with others holidaying on the Isle of Wight. This walk is an easy to moderate walk on the East of the Island and visits the woodland at Borthwood, the …
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We love hearing about our guests holidays and all the activities enjoyed as part of their cottage holiday on the Isle of Wight. We have put together a little selection of comments from guest who talk about cycling on the Isle of Wight. Hackney Stable Cottage Isle of Wight “Wonderful holiday in a well equipped, …
A new photo showing the kitchen at Squire Thatchers Cottage has been added to reflect the updates and improvements made. The kitchen at Squire Thatchers has a lovely view over the surrounding countryside and over to the hills running inland from Culvar Cliffs and Sandown. You can expect to see many more photos of Squire …
There have been some lovely comments coming in this week. Here are just a few of the most recent ones for cottages on the Isle of Wight. We love to hear about your holiday experiences and also receive a number of photographs which you can see on our Facebook page – facebook.com/islandcottages. The Old Chapel …
Guests who visited the Isle of Wight in April this year enjoyed some good weather and and excellent start to the summer and a number have written to tell us about their holidays. Here are a selection of guest comments from self catering holidays in April 2014. Belmont Villa – Yarmouth, Isle of Wight “A …
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If you are looking for a longer bike ride on the Isle of Wight you might want to try The Big One. The Big One is a cycle route which goes right across the Isle of Wight from Yarmouth in the West to Bembridge on the East Coast. The route goes along the spine of …
The Isle of Wight has hundreds of tracks and bridal ways for mountain bikes and quiet country roads for road bikers. A good system of dedicated cycle paths allows you to explore the Isle of Wight on your bike without having to share the road with cars and also forms a fairly comprehensive network for reaching …
A great family holiday is something we treasure down the years and warms the heart. The best way to get the most out of a family holiday is with a little planning and some great activities so here are some of our recommendations compiled with the help of our guests. Beach Games Often associated with …