The Victorian waiting rooms and former named Engine Shed are tastefully converted into cottages, Primrose, Bluebell and Whistle Stop. This is a unique place to stay an enjoy a holiday in the isle of Wight. Each cottage have the atmosphere of the days of steam. All thoughtfully furnished to the highest standard to accommodate every need. Every care has been taken to make your stay as enjoyable as possible with all the comforts of home.
There are two or three upstairs bedrooms in the cottages with a double bed in one and two single beds in the other.
For little ones: A cot, highchair and Stairgate is available in the cottage.
The lounge is warm and inviting with TV, DVD and usual refinements.
Excellently equipped kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge freezer, washing machine and many other conveniences are fitted to the highest standard.
Bathroom with shower.
Can sleep 5.
All Bed Linen & Towels provided.
Pets are welcome.
Gardens are set out for all to enjoy with a small vineyard.
Local Fishing Lakes pubs and Walks: There are local Fishing lakes within 5 minutes walk from the Station and excellent walking countryside and coastal walks.
The village hosts and excellent village pub with an excellent reputation for eating where children are very welcome.
Pets are welcome
Retied Victorian Railway Station renovated to high standard
Tranquil and very beautiful location, Historic building on the edge of a beautiful village Ideal for family groups set in it own gardens with small vineyard. Gate protected.https://us.homeaway.co.uk/lm/611.426082.1026653/description.html#
Whitwell Railway Station - Holiday cottages set in two acres of land and overlooks beautiful views of English hedgerows, rolling hills and Whitwell Village. The station is situated on the edge of the village but a 5 minute minute walk from the renowned local pub. The accommodation is converted from the former waiting rooms, booking hall and the named Engine Shed, There are excellent walks and cycle rides around Whitwell and being just 2 miles from the south coast of the island some excellent coastal walks.
There is a small Vineyard within the garden
The Ventnor West line originally opened in 1897 and was said to be 'one of the prettiest branch lines in England' with many local inhabitants lovingly talking of childhood memories of a treasured line.
The trains and bustle are long gone, but when sitting on the platform you can almost hear the rattle of a train, and recall the bygone days of steam.
The cottages are of an exceptional standard and achieved an AA 4 Star Plus rating.
Other Activities: sailing
Golf: Golf Course is within 15 minutes in the seaside town of Sandown or 30 mins the Golf course at Freshwater bay.
Ski: A little bit difficult in the isle of Wight!!!!