Sleeps 6 + 1 child + a baby in 3 bedrooms; Children welcome
This lovely stone cottage was originally a large and ancient stone barn at Sainham Farm. It is situated in the attractive courtyard and has marvellous open views from the rear across the fields to the downs. Stag Cottage is in one of the loveliest parts of the Island lying at the foot of Appuldurcome Down and above the picturesque village of Godshill in ‘An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. Godshill can be reached by taking a pleasant stroll through the beech copse and across the fields. The village has a variety of tea shops and restaurants as well as two public houses.
Sleeps 10 in 5 bedrooms; Children welcome
This picturesque thatched cottage is very attractively situated, in peaceful surroundings overlooking Pound Green, on the outskirts of Freshwater. It is within a 15 minute walk of Freshwater Bay and Totland Bay. The sandy cove of Colwell is also nearby. The centre of Freshwater is five minutes walk away. Here there are a small number of shops, a public house for meals and a leisure club with indoor swimming pool.
Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms; Children welcome
Beautifully situated with panoramic coastal views from almost every room and with direct access from the garden to a coastal path accessing the beach - less than a 5 minute walk away. It is in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ on the south east coast of the Island, an area renowned for its mild climate. The house stands just above the charming small fishing village of Steep Hill Cove.
Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms plus a baby in a cot
Greenside is very pleasantly situated in a quiet, prestigious residential area of Cowes. There are open views from the rear of the house across the golf course. It is less than half a mile from the beach at Gurnard. The centre of Cowes is a 15-minute walk from the house.
Newly Updated; Sleeps 10 in 5 bedrooms;
Knighton Gorges occupies a wonderful position nestled in lovely East Wight countryside, in ‘An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. It has uninterrupted views across the beautiful Yar Valley to the Ventnor Downs. The house offers an oasis of peace, being a detached property with its own two acres of grounds and no near neighbours. The property dates back to the 17th century and used to form part of the buildings of the famous Manor House which once occupied the site.
Farmhouse with swimming pool - Sleeps 8 + baby in 4 bedrooms; Children welcome
This farmhouse is attractively situated on the edge of the pretty village of Shalfleet towards the West side of the Isle of Wight. The cottage adjoins the grounds of Shalfleet Manor House and has its own private entrance into a quiet lane which leads from the village to a footpath on Newtown Creek. This estuary, which is only a few minutes walk from the farmhouse, is part of a National Nature Reserve and is in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Several secluded bays and beaches are within 10 minutes drive.
New Cottage sleeps 8 + 1 in 4 bedrooms plus a baby
Charming detached cottage attractively situated in beautiful west Wight countryside. It is in a delightful walking area with easy access to Brighstone Forest and wonderful coastal walks plus the Tennyson Trail. The harbour of Yarmouth, with is sailing boats and excellent restaurants, is within a 10 minute drive. Also nearby are the sandy bays of Totland and Colwell. The cottage has 4 bedrooms (one on the ground floor) - two of the bedrooms have en-suite shower rooms and there is a family bathroom plus a cloakroom with WC and basin. The cottage has been furnished and equipped to a high standard and has a lovely large enclosed garden.
Sleeps 9 plus a baby in 4 bedrooms
This charming, Grade II listed cottage, is only a short drive from the sandy beach of Shanklin. It is peacefully situated in a quiet leafy hamlet in beautiful countryside, only 1.5 miles from the centre of the small seaside resort of Shanklin, on the east coast of the Isle of Wight. Shanklin has a lovely sandy beach which gently slopes into the water, a variety of restaurants, small shops and traditional seaside entertainments. The cottage has a lovely large sunny garden and is in a wonderful cycling and walking area. Footpaths and bridleways lead from close to the cottage to the coast at Shanklin and there is a particularly delightful walk across fields and downs to Ventnor offering panoramic views across Sandown Bay. The pretty village of Godshill is within a 5 minute drive and here there is good public house for meals, teashops and a hill top church.
New Cottage; Sleeps 8 + a baby in 4 bedrooms
This delightful stone cottage is situated in the centre of the picturesque village of Godshill, on the East side of the Isle of Wight, within a 10 minute drive of the sandy beaches of Shanklin, Sandown and Ventnor. This is also a delightful walking area with various footpaths and trails close to Christmas Cottage. The cottage has been furnished and equipped with great sensitivity to provide delightful accommodation.There are furnishings and artefacts from around the world combined with a wonderful use of colour. Restaurant, tea shops, public house and small shops with a few minutes walk.
Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms; Children welcome
This wonderful detached property stands in a superb position beside the sea, close to the centre of Cowes. It enjoys panoramic sea views from almost every room. The glass walls, balconies and large open terraces of the house enable visitors to relax, enjoy meals and awake to the sight of the sea. The Glass House is literally a stones throw from the sea and the centre of the small town of Cowes is within a 5 minute walk.
Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms; Children welcome
In the centre of the small rural village of Shorwell on the south west of the island and is only a 5 minute drive from a quiet beach at Brighstone. The cottage stands adjacent to a beautiful 11th century church. A pleasant old public house with a large duck pond is within a 1 minute walk and Shorwell still has its own village shop. There are a variety of small sandy coves within a short drive where visitors can enjoy swimming, paddling, boating and fishing.
Recently made re-available. Sleeps 7 + 3 in 4 bedrooms
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.
Sleeps 8 + 1 in 4 bedrooms
This beautiful farmhouse, set within its own 35 acres of farmland, is in an idyllic rural location offering privacy and tranquility. There are lovely open views across the garden and surrounding fields from almost every room. It is a light and spacious 4 bedroom property with 2 'king size' double bedrooms and two twin bedrooms plus a family bathroom, an en-suite bathroom, an en-suite shower room and a cloakroom with a w.c. and basin. There is a lovely open plan fitted kitchen which is extremely well equipped with beautiful wooden units and a delightful breakfast area beside French doors opening into the garden; a utility/boot room; a lovely large sitting room with a wood burning stove, comfortable seating and a flat screen television/Freeview; a charming dining room. Upstairs there are 4 charming bedrooms including a master double room with an en-suite and views across fields to Godshill. The farmhouse if surrounded by open lawns and there is a terrace with garden furniture so that meals can be enjoyed in the sunshine.
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This lovely thatched, stone cottage dates back to 1780 and is situated on the west side of the island within a 10 minute walk of the sea and within a 20 minute walk of the centre of the delightful coastal town of Yarmouth – a small port renowned for sailing. Yarmouth has a variety of small shops, public houses, tea shops and restaurants. The sandy coves of Totland and Colwell Bay are only a few minutes drive away. This is a wonderful walking area within a 10 minute stroll of the sea. Visitors can join the coastal path which links Yarmouth with the Needles and Tennyson Down - from which there are wonderful panoramic views across the Solent. There is also the nearby Freshwater Way – a pleasant walk across fields to the ‘old’ part of Freshwater where there is a lovely church, a farm shop, a good public house for meals and a beautiful area with much bird life around the River Yar.
Well Cottage has, in recent years, been sympathetically and skillfully extended to provide attractive light and spacious accommodation for 9/10 people in 5 bedrooms with 3 bath/shower rooms plus a ground floor w.c. and two sitting rooms. The cottage has been furnished and equipped to a high standard and is centrally heated. On the ground floor there is a lovely open plan fitted kitchen with granite work tops, a range style gas cooker and hob, microwave, refrigerator, freezer, sink and dishwasher; slate floor and a superb glass floor area through which the original well, from which the cottage takes its name, can be seen. This room also has a very attractive dining area where meals can be enjoyed. A washing machine, tumble dryer and additional fridge freezer is in a separate utility area . These is a charming separate spacious sitting room with comfortable sofas, a very large flat screen television with Freesat & DVD player; a second sitting room with a sofa, arm chairs, television/Freeview/video player, pretty window seat and an inglenook fireplace; a small study area; a lovely ground floor single bedroom; a cloakroom with a basin and w.c. Stairs lead up to four delightful bedroom; a twin room, three double rooms (one with a king size bed) - two of these have en-suite shower rooms equipped with built in showers, basins, w.c.’s. There is also a family bathroom with a bath, hand shower, basin and w.c.. Heating and electricity provided at no extra charge. Folding bed available to enable two children to sleep separately. Travel cot/high chair available if required. WiFi internet available. (Open fires are not possible)
Well cottage has a delightful, secluded, enclosed, paved courtyard style garden at the rear with a table, chairs and parasol. There a further area of garden at the side of the property with a small patio and parking for ¾ cars. The cottage is on the road linking Yarmouth to Alum Bay. Bus service within a few minutes walk. Public house and general stores 20 minutes walk
Well Cottage has ground floor accommodation and is a non smoking cottage. WiFi Internet is provided free of charge at Well Cottage. Well Cottage is available for weekly self catering holiday bookings from Saturday to Saturday. The normal arrival time at this holiday cottage is 16:00 and the normal departure time is 10:00.
Well Cottage has 63 days available for Isle of Wight self catering holidays from the 20th November 2017 to 31st December 2018. That means Well Cottage is 84.52% booked for this holiday period with 49.1 weeks confirmed so far.
Yarmouth is a pretty seaside town on the North West coast of the Isle of Wight. Yarmouth has a good range of small shops and public houses. An excellent seafood restaurant, famous for numbering royalty amongst their customers, is well worth a visit. A historic castle at Yarmouth enjoys a beautiful view of the Solent.
Every summer the town hosts Gaffers Week, a traditional sailing boat festival for which Yarmouth puts on entertainments, music, street market and much more.
From Yarmouth one can take the cycle/foot path to Freshwater which runs alongside the estuary. This is a great way to visit one of the best public houses on the Isle of Wight called the Red Lion at Freshwater. Follow the cycle track or footpath as far as the stone bridge (about 15 minute walk) and turn right onto the road crossing the bridge. Follow the road past a Second World War pill box and up to the church and the pub. The Red Lion has good food and an attractive beer garden with rural views.
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The George, Yarmouth - A luxurious restaurant in Yarmouth serving excellent food in beautiful surroundings. The George is considered one of the best restaurants on the Isle of Wight and ideal for treating someone special. The restaurant enjoys sea views and in the summer it is possible to eat outside in the half light of the evening in a garden delicately lit with lamps. The George Restaurant Isle of Wight
Saltys' Restaurant, Yarmouth - An very unique and characterful seafood restaurant in Yarmouth. Friendly atmosphere and great seafood guarentee a great evening out. Salty's Restaurant Isle of Wight
Red Lion Public House, Freshwater - The Red Lion is a traditional public house serving great food using local produce and local caught seafood. The Red Lion is in the neigbouring small town of Freshwater but their is a lovely estuary side walk which runs from Yarmouth. To walk simply follow the marked cycle route in the direction of Freshwater till you reach the small road bridge. Turn right, cross the bridge and continue for 200 yards to the pub. Find out more Red Lion Freshwater Website.
New Inn, Shalfleet - A lovely village pub within a 10min drive of Yarmouth along the road to Newport. The New Inn has an excellent menu of local produce and locally caught seafood. A warm and friendly atmosphere with a log fire lit on cooler days makes this a lovely place to stop at as part of a walk in the area. New Inn Public House Website.
More holiday information at www.wightinfo.co.uk/yarmouth
The ride starts in Freshwater Bay, joins a cycle track on the edge of Freshwater town going to Yarmouth. After seeing Yarmouth, with it's castle and boutique shops, the route continues to Totland and Totland Bay, where there is a beautiful beach, and on towards Alum Bay where we turn back towards Freshwater.
This Isle of Wight cycle route runs near to Well Cottage at YarmouthDetails: Cycle Route 1 Isle of Wight
Marked route taking in two lovely stretches of countryside and attractive rural and seaside villages on the west of the Isle of Wight.The ride starts in Freshwater, goes along the cycle path to Yarmouth, across to Wellow and Chessell by road and then across the Tennyson Trail back to Freshwater.
This Isle of Wight cycle route runs near to Well Cottage at YarmouthDetails: Cycle Route 2 Isle of Wight
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A wide range of organised outdoor and indoor activities including kayaking, indoor climbing, coasteering, archery and paddleboarding.Website: isleofwightadventureactivities.co.uk
West Wight Alpacas - These alpacas would love you to join them walking along spectacular scenic trails in West Wight. Alpaca trekking is a fun outdoor adventure for all the family. No matter what your age, you’ll love them.Website: www.westwightalpacas.co.uk
Butterfly Tandem Paragliding Centre, found at Chale on the West side of the Isle of Wight specialises in first flight experiences for absolute beginners of all ages.Website: www.paraglide.uk.com
18 hole West Isle of Wight golf club with single day and holiday memberships.Website: freshwaterbaygolfclub.co.uk
The West of the Isle of Wight is best known for its unspoilt nature and dramatic coastline. The areas is far less commercialised and the many of the beaches can be enjoyed almost to ones self. West Isle of Wight beaches include Totland Bay, Freshwater Bay, Compton Beach, Brook Beach and Bembridge Beach.
Inland are the Tennyson Downs which connect Alum Bay to Carisbrooke. The Downs make a lovely walk even if you choose only to do a short part of them. Cycle paths and footpaths are especially numerous in this part of the Isle of Wight. View more West Isle of Wight Cottages