|Minimum Stay||3 - 8 nights|
Beautiful, town cottage tucked away in the heart of the old town in West Cowes, complete with private parking and two lovely, separate, fully enclosed gardens.
All bookings include a luxury welcome hamper.
The cottage is a stone's throw from the heart of Cowes, but is beautifully quiet and has the added benefit of its own car parking space and two lovely, fully enclosed gardens.
Two small but perfectly formed, double bedrooms, one of which can be made up as singles or kingsize, bathroom with bath and shower and an airy, open plan living room and dining kitchen with double French doors leading to the gardens. Accommodates 4 adults in comfort.
Originally from Yorkshire but moved to the Isle of Wight 6 years ago and LOVE it here!
Zoe Ombler purchased this cottage in 2014
I fell in love with its superb location, quirky character (it was built in 2000 but feels like a much older property, not a modern 'box') and light-filled. The cottage has not one but two perfectly sized gardens and its own parking space - a rarity in Cowes. Everything in Cowes is within easy walking distance and I can enjoy a daily walk along the seafront to Gurnard and back with its swimming beach, Watersedge Cafe and Woodvale pub - fab on a sunny day and invigorating when it's blowing a gale!
Clean, neat, tidy and very welcoming - just as expected. Exactly as it was described and the photos are a true likeness of the property. The owner was helpful, was easy to contact/communicate with. I would recommend this property to my friends and relatives.
Good clear directions from owner, bright light and well appointed cottage, although a little short of space for luggage in bedrooms. Throughly enjoyed our stay
Cowes is widely credited as being the birthplace of UK yachting, seeing hundreds of 'yachties' descend every year on the seaside town and swelling it's resident population multifold.
With a wealth of activities on and off the water and a year-round mild, sunny climate the island attracts loyal visitors and second home owners alike all year round but especially during the spring and summer months when the world class sailing conditions attract professional sailors from around the world to take part in famous regattas and races - as well as thousands of spectators who gather shoreside to watch the dramas unfold.
Easily reached by high speed passenger ferry, car ferry or even hovercraft (the island has the last remaining hovercraft service in the world) from Lymington, Southampton or Portsmouth on the mainland, the island is the perfect destination for young and old alike with plenty to see, eat and do.
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£300|
Regret no children or pets.
Minimum 7 night stay during Cowes Week and RYS Bicentenary Regatta