The Glass House in Cowes is a luxurious self catering holiday home with sea views and 4 beautiful bedrooms to sleep a family of 8 or 4 couples. This spacious and elegant property is perfect for enjoying Cowes and the beautiful views over the Solent. Sailing boats share the waters with international vessels which means there is always a fantastic view from the large windows or the sunny balcony or terrace. The roof of The Glass House is a beautiful space for relaxing or looking out over the sea.
The new photos of The Glass House reflect updates and improvements made for the 2017 self catering holiday season. For more photos, a full description, prices and online booking and availability visit The Glass House Cowes Isle of Wight
Langton Matravers is a beautiful holiday location on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset. The small village has a public house, a village shop and is located within a lovely walk of the Jurassic Coast and Dancing Ledge. The historic village has an impressive stone church and numerous Dorset traditional stone cottages. The beach resort of Swanage is a short drive away and can also be reached easily by bike or on foot via the Priests Way path. Corfe Castle is a 8 minute drive.
Flagstones Cottage is located at the heart of Langton Matravers and is a peaceful and tranquil place. There are 3 beautiful bedrooms and the cottage sleeps up to 6 people with 2 additional people accommodated on extra beds. There is a lovely light living room for relaxing as well as a wonderful garden and patio area for enjoying meals outside.
We are excited to give you a first look at The Old Chapel House and Old School House, new self catering properties in Whitwell near Ventnor on the Isle of Wight.
The beautifully converted church building has two distinct sections but can be converted quickly into one extended holiday home to sleep up to 14 people.
The main part of the building is The Old Chapel House which contains the main church hall with a large vaulted ceiling, which is a front room with fireplace, and the impressive hall with large wooden church doors.
The Old Chapel House wonderfully equipped and has lots of space for entertaining and relaxing. A large separate dining room is perfect for family get-togethers or to entertain friends.
The Old School House is attached and is available as a separate holiday home. The beautiful entrance leads into a hall and breakfast room. There is a family living room and 3 beautiful bedrooms with lots of original features from the time the building was a church.
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Church House is a beautiful self catering cottage at Totland on the West of the Isle of Wight and within a short walk of Totland Bay and Colwell Bay. Church House is a converted section of a historic Church and has beautiful stone walls and preserved historic features which adds greatly to the character and charm of this holiday home. There are 3 bedrooms with two double beds and one twin bedroom making it ideal for families.
Totland is a wonderful holiday location on the Isle of Wight and many of the wonders of the Island are within walking distance. Freshwater Bay and the Needles can be reached via the footpath or by a bus that passes close by. Cycle routes to Yarmouth and on across the Island run from nearby Freshwater. Church House has a number of options for eating and drinking locally and the much recommended Red Lion Public House in Freshwater is within a short walk.
Three 5 Star Gold Award self catering holiday cottages on the Isle of Wight have new photos and updated holiday information. They are Bonny Blink at Seaview on the East of the Isle of Wight, Monks Path at Brighstone on the West of the Isle of Wight and Chine Side at Shanklin on the West Coast. All of these cottages have a 5 Star self catering grading and sleep 6 or more people making them ideal for a luxury holiday for a large family.
Here are a selection of new photographs taken this week at each of these luxury holiday homes.
There are new and updated photographs of two cottages in Shanklin Isle of Wight added today. These updated photos show upgrades and improvements to Sea Whisper and Manor Park View in Shanklin.
Both of these cottages are located within walking distance of Shanklin Beach with Sea Whisper being a 3 minute walk from the path down to the beach and Manor Park View being located a 7 minute walk from the Southern end of Shanklin Beach.
Here are some of the new photos of both holiday cottages:
Apse Wood Cottage is a new self catering holiday cottage located in a rural location near Shanklin on the East of the Isle of Wight. This large and luxurious cottage has a large and comfortable living rooms, four bedrooms sleeping upto nine people, a large kitchen and a wonderful cascading garden with patio seating area overlooking the lawn.
Apse Wood Cottage is located within a short drive of the beach at Shanklin but there is also a lovely walk along the old railway line footpath to the coast. Cycling and walking routes run right from the cottage and it is possible to take an easy and pleasant rural walk to the village of Godshill where there is a public house and lovely boutique shops.
The Glass House at Cowes Isle of Wight sleeps 8 people in 4 bedrooms and has wonderful views of the sea off the coast at Cowes. This is a favourite location for those wanting to watch the sailing from Cowes.
High Rising in Gurnard Isle of Wight sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms and enjoys views of the sea over the North Coast. This beautiful building is a Scandinavian design to take advantage of all the natural light.
A new self catering holiday cottage is coming soon on the North of the Isle of Wight near Wootton which is between Cowes and Ryde and within a short drive of Seaview and the East coast of the Isle of Wight.
This large and spacious house on the waters edge and has a lawned garden running down to a beach just in front of the property.
The house is located in a quiet and peaceful area of the Isle of Wight but within easy reach of some wonderful Isle of Wight attractions such as Osborne House, The Isle of Wight Steam Railway and the beach at Seaview, Bembridge and Gurnard. Local restaurants include some excellent places to eat in Cowes and Seaview and a number of country pubs.
The seaside town of Seaview Isle of Wight is a wonderful holiday destination on the East Coast of the Isle of Wight and many come to enjoy the beach and the rural surroundings. Here is our list of the top 10 things to see and do in Seaview which was compiled with the help of, and contributions from, our holiday guests.
1. Choice of Sandy Beaches – Seaview is at the centre of a row of three beaches. The main beach at Seaview, slightly to the south of the town centre, is long and sandy and popular with holidaymakers and locals alike. Continuing South there is a second cove of Priory Bay which also has a gently sloping sandy beach but, for some reason, has remained undiscovered by many visitors. For more information on Isle of Wight Beaches visit our Isle of Wight Beach Guide.