Ramp to entrance.
Open plan living space.
Living area: With Freeview Smart TV and French doors leading to enclosed rear garden.
Kitchen area: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed and Freeview Smart TV.
Bedroom 2: With twin beds.
Bathroom: With shower cubicle, toilet and heated towel rail.
On the ground floor you’ll find an open plan living room dining and kitchen space where you can cook up those home-cooked recipes and then gather the family for an evening in front of the Smart TV or exit out of the French doors into the enclosed rear garden which stretches across the back of the property. The master bedroom has a king size bed and floor to ceiling window taking full advantage of the rural view to the front aspect, the second bedroom is a twin room with two single 3ft beds.
The island has become a real hot spot for cycling enthusiasts with a choice of challenging off-road bridleways, peaceful byways and level purpose-made tracks running along its former railway lines. You can cycle to the famous Needles landmark or take on the full round the island route, which is 66 miles long and is used for the annual Isle of Wight Randonnee held over the May bank holiday. You can also travel along the route at a more leisurely pace and along the way you will find numerous restaurants, pubs and cafés amongst the quaint villages and towns serving tasty local produce.
The popular seaside resort of Ventnor is just a short drive away offering a number of lovely seaside tea shops, pubs and restaurants dotted along the Esplanade. There are also some quirky and bespoke shops, a park and a children’s paddling pool. The town, which for the most part is built on the steep hill leading to the beach, retains its original seaside charm and makes a great day out for all the family. Just down the road from the properties is the popular Isle of Wight donkey sanctuary, which is open all year round, weather permitting. Further afield, local points of interest include St Catherine’s Lighthouse, where you can explore the area where Marconi made some of his early experiments in radio, St Catherines Oratory, a medieval lighthouse on top of St Catherine’s Down, and Castle Cove (also known as Castlehaven or Reeth Bay), where there is a little open-air beach café (seasonal opening).
Outdoor pursuits on the island are well catered for and include horse riding, fishing, cycling, paragliding, water sports and golf. There are numerous attractions to discover for all ages. Pay a visit to Queen Victoria’s favourite holiday residence, Osborne House and Gardens, Blackgang Chine, the oldest themed attraction in the UK, the famous Needles, Ventnor Botanical Gardens, Tapnell Farm Park, Carisbrooke Castle or the sailing towns of Yarmouth and Cowes. There is plenty to discover and keep you entertained.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 15 guests.