Photos and Description of this 4 bedroom holiday bungalow in Wootton - Spacious waterfront bungalow
4 Bedroom Bungalow which Sleeps 8
This spacious bungalow is set in approximately half an acre of woodland garden overlooking Wootton Creek and benefits from its own private 80 metre floating pontoon allowing access to The Solent 2 hours either side of high water depending on the boat's draught; the pontoon has mooring facilities and its own electricity and water supply for those guests who wish to bring their boats.
The accommodation comprises a large modern oak fitted kitchen/diner with fridge/freezer, dishwasher, electric oven, gas hob and convection microwave with dining for 8; its spacious lounge comfortably seats eight adults. Guests can watch red squirrels and numerous wading birds from the comfort of an armchair and the world go by on the water. There is car parking for several cars and the property is within walking distance of the local Yacht Club, pub, some lovely walks and cycling routes. It is also within a 10 minute slow walk through woodland to the nearest bus stop.
The property is within 5 minutes from the Portsmouth/Isle of Wight car ferry with a frontage that is within a stones throw of Wootton Creek. From the slipway children and adults can practice a number of water activities in relative safety. Ryde is the closest seaside town with its long wide sandy beaches and is ten minutes drive away. For those looking for historical places to visit Carisbrooke Castle and Osborne House are only 15 minutes drive. Cowes the haven for yachts and world renowned yacht and power boat races is 25 minutes drive, in fact, nowhere is very far on an island that offers a very diverse landscape and history of royalty and pop festivals; in fact, many people call it 'Little England'.
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- pets considered
Guestbook comments from the owner
We had a family reunion to celebrate my grandson's 3rd birthday at Byewater. We very much enjoyed our holiday particularly the crabbing; it was also wonderful to see so many red squirrels and we were made to feel very welcome, not to mention the lovely scones and cream tea we had on arrival.