Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday cottage in Ventnor - Lovely Cottage With Magnificent Sea Views Just Minutes From Beaches And Coastal Path
Sleeps 4. 2 bedroom cottage. Lovely, spacious & recently refurbished cottage with fantastic and unimpeded sea views in the peaceful village of St. Lawrence. A few minutes from beaches (Steephill Cove, Ventnor), coastal path, Botanic Gardens & Blackgang Chine adventure park, Mole End was converted from the village inn. It is furnished to a very high standard & fully equipped for all your holiday needs: large terrace, barbecue, wood-burning stove, wifi, TV/DVD. Off street parking for two cars.
Mole End is a delightful two-bedroom holiday cottage in the peaceful village of St. Lawrence near Ventnor on the South coast of the Isle of Wight, offering superior holiday accommodation for up to four people. From its origins as a 19th century village inn, Mole End has been converted into a cosy home away from home. With its stunning sea views, comfy sitting room and welcoming kitchen, it's the perfect base for an island holiday, whether you’re a beach lover, walker, sailor, crazy-golfer or just looking for a few days away from the hurly-burly. Nestling in the Undercliff, with its famed micro-climate, the cottage is perfectly located just a few minutes from Ventnor Botanic Gardens, the Isle of Wight Coastal Path, and pretty, secluded Steephill Cove. Ventnor's bars and restaurants, offering everything from pub grub to fine dining, are just two miles away and you can reach all the tourist attractions on the island within half an hour.
- children welcome
Mole End is the perfect base for anyone wishing to explore the Isle of Wight. It is suitable for couples and families, although it should be noted that supervision of small children is vital on the terrace and other outdoor spaces.
We also regret that we do not accept pets of any kind.
The Isle of Wight offers a wide variety of activities for everyone, whether you're an outdoorsy type or of a more sedentary inclination.
Families are especially well catered for, with adventure parks, beaches, a steam railway, zoos and wildlife parks, and crazy golf galore.
But it's not just for kids – the island has much to offer visitors of all ages. There are over 500 miles of footpaths – stroll down the road for a couple of minutes and you're on the 67-mile coastal path, or head inland for one of the many tranquil woodland or downs walks. Or go for a bike ride on the island's extensive network of cycle paths.
Maybe you prefer riding, birdwatching, fishing, water sports, paragliding, golf or even tree climbing — the island is a paradise for outdoor activity enthusiasts.
And for those with more gentle tastes there's Queen Victoria's residence Osborne House, Carisbrooke Castle, St. Catherine's lighthouse, Brading Roman villa, Godshill model village and much more.
When the day is done you'll want to eat – seafood is obviously on the menu (the hunt for the best crab on the island continues, with many worthy contenders), but whatever your tastes you'll find something that fits the bill, from family-friendly pubs to top-notch haute cuisine. And with the island's wealth of fresh produce, home cooking is also a delight.
In short, you won't run out of interesting and fun things to do. We've been coming for years, and we've only just scraped the surface.
Saturday-Saturday bookings for weekly rentals.
Midweek breaks (Mon-Sat, minimum 3 nights) and weekends (Sat-Mon) also available out of season.
30% deposit required to secure booking. Full balance becomes due 6 weeks before rental period starts, when a £100 security deposit is also required (to be refunded within a week of rental period, subject to damage/breakages).