17th Century Cottage Isle of Wight Kid/Dog welcome

From $144 / night

Payment Protection



Description from the owner

  • Cottage
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 8

Type: Cottage

17th Century Cottage Isle of Wight Kid/Dog welcome

In the heart of one of the most beautiful areas of the UK, lies this stunning stone-built holiday cottage, built in the 1600s.

In a very quiet and rural location about 200 yards from the sea, it’s perfect for families who enjoy peace & quiet, tranquillity, beautiful scenery, exploring and walking

The accommodation sleeps up-to 8, is all on one level and has 4 bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a large dining room and lounge and a recently fitted bathroom and a second separate WC room

All bed linen and towels are supplied and the cottage has a 4 star Enjoy Britain tourist rating

You’ll find a large walled cottage garden with large metal gates ...Read more

About the owner

Chris D.

  • Response rate 43%
  • Response time More than a week
  • Calendar updated 4 days ago
  • Overall rating
    5.0 / 5.0 based on 1 review

Map

17th Century Cottage Isle of Wight Kid/Dog welcome
Isle of Wight, South of England, England

Restaurant Icon Restaurants Attraction Icon Attractions Property Icon Nearby Rentals

Additional Location Information

Near the southern point of the Isle of Wight, St Lawrence is within a world-recognised area of outstanding natural beauty and of special scientific interest. This sleepy village is steeped in history and has an old church dating back to the 13th century
Situated just 200 yards from the sea between the lower and upper coastal paths, Westgate cottage is just off the Undercliffe Drive near St Lawrence Well, one of the stops on the Pilgrims Trail
Opposite the cottage is Pelham Woods, a large woodland managed by a local charity. From here you can walk to the top coastal path, to Ventnor or Niton or to the bottom coastal path and Ventnor Botanical Gardens.
5 minutes drive from the cottage, Ventnor is a small village with a quiet esplanade and beach. You’ll find many nice shops, several takeaways, a small supermarket and several nice pubs and restaurants for the evenings.
Following the costal road from Ventnor, you’ll arrive firstly in Shanklin with its long sandy beach and arcades and then Sandown
Travelling in the other direction from the cottage, you’ll firstly reach the small village of Niton. Here you’ll find one or two nice pubs and a small supermarket. Following the coastal road from Niton, you’ll arrive at Blackgang Chine, a theme-park overlooking the Jurassic coast designed to appeal to children up-to the age of around 10. There are rides, mazes, castles, a pirate ship and many more things to keep you busy for a full day out. Carrying on the road you’ll eventually arrive at the Needles via Freshwater
Newport, the capital of the Isle of Wight is a 20 to 30 minute drive inland and you’ll find everything a large town normally has like a cinema, supermarkets, a large town centre, etc.

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation, Rural retreats

Getting There

Car is recommended

Availability

Amenities

Reviews (0)

Nearby Rentals
Here 1 more rental located nearby.
Seafarers Rest Guest House
from $78/night
< 0.1 miles away in Ventnor

Also Consider

FlipKey has rentals in over 11,000 destinations around the world: