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Located in Freshwater, 13 miles from Blackgang Chine, The Bay Colwell provides accommodations with a terrace, free private parking and a bar.
I think the accommodation was fantastic, and very clean and tidy. The hot tub was a real treat and was all clean and ready to use as soon as we got there. The location was great only a 5 minute drive from the ferry port (Yarmouth)
Weston Manor B&B is just 2297 feet from the seafront in Totland. This charming manor house is set within a National Trust Heritage Site, dating from from 1871 and featuring its own chapel.
The house both owners are very friendly and make your stay as comfortable as possible. The house itself especially its details are wonderful . You will stay in a wonderful nature plenty of gardens can be used and the bus station is not far away.
Offering a garden and garden view, Stroud House is located in Freshwater, 12 miles from Blackgang Chine and 16 miles from Osborne House. This property has a terrace, free private parking and free...
Truly outstanding breakfast and super hostess, very helpful with planning and directions.
Featuring sea views, Brambles chine has accommodations with a patio and a kettle, around 14 miles from Blackgang Chine.
Hot drink facilities on arrival i.e.- Sugar, Coffee and Milk in the fridge already for use The view was amazing, being able to watch the sunset in the evening. How quiet it was, although some vehicle noise, which was to be expected. Use of the free WIFI was helpful.
Tollgate Cottages is located in Freshwater where guests are offered full private use of the Bed and Breakfast offering private suite including a private sitting room with free Wi-Fi.
I am delighted to have stayed at Tollgate Cottages. Very high standards of cleanliness, furnishings and equipment throughout. Lovely breakfast to set us up for the day. Very quiet location with extensive garden and views. I would be very happy to return to Tollgate Cottages any time.
Located in Freshwater and only 14 miles from Blackgang Chine, Sunny View, 87 Brambles Chine provides accommodations with garden views, free Wifi and free private parking.
The property was as advertised, set it a small holiday park with clear views across the Solent to Hurst Castle. Every evening the sunsets were stunning. We were met at the property by Brian and Carol who explained where to park and let us into the property. They asked us to check it over before they headed off, a really nice touch in case we spotted something amiss. They had completed a cleaning checklist and left it on display so we knew the level of dedication to the property. We had a few staple items and a few treats given to us on arrival too!
5 Yarmouth Cottages, a property with a garden and a terrace, is located in Freshwater, 13 miles from Blackgang Chine, 17 miles from Osborne House, as well as one mile from Hurst Castle.
A lovely peaceful location , Great local facilities, Great facilities in the property, And exellent weather . Want to book for next year. Many thanks.
Beautiful, clean and a must to visit. We will go back. It was our first visit to the Isle Of Wight and we were so impressed. Lovely family run restaurants, friendly people in the shops, on the buses and restaurants. Beautiful country views and coastal walks.
The location is excellent and a good starting point for cycling and walking. The apartment is spacious for two people and is well-equipped. With the windows open, you're close enough to hear the waves on the shore. TIPS: Take an eye mask for sleeping if you prefer sleeping in after 5 am! There is a super pizza van across the road - highly recommend - check for opening times. The same applies to a Travelling Bar on a bus it is situated close to the beach - 5 mins walk. If you like good coffee - take your own Nespresso machine (we did!)
You don't go to Freshwater Bay for attractions, it is quiet and a bit run down, but there are other seasides close. Really great attractions like Alum Bay, The Old Battery, Tennyson Down, Yarmouth etc. are close by. Interesting town centre which is long and has individual shops, places for coffee, fish and chips etc as well as several major supermarkets.
A wonderful destination for those who like to walk amongst stunning scenery with views of water in all directions, study birds, and see a variety of gardens with Mediterranean-type growth. This delightful, listed property has a huge garden in the middle of Freshwater, perfectly located for walking to the sea or onto the headland. The village atmosphere is cultivated by a combination of thatch, tiled and modern buildings with a Church and pub just along the road. The shops of Freshwater are also within easy walking distance, including an Indian restaurant with a mouth-watering menu! The bus service is frequent, so the car can have a rest too. An idyllic holiday location.
Freshwater, Colwell Bay and the South West area is a great location. Great sandy beaches, excellent walks and lots to see and do. Head North to Yarmouth on the Coastal path and back round to Freshwater on the disused railway track, or South to the Needles and return on the inland walk ways. The Red Lion in Freshwater is a great friendly pub, tucked away in a quiet area but well frequented by locals and holiday makers. Great selection of beers and any other tipple you might fancy. A goo selection of home cooked food awaits (although when do triple cooked chips become roast potatoes? go with the skinny fries!). The Hut on the beach at Colwell is a must if you have a special occasion to celebrate, pricey but well worth it for the experience. Also try the Highdown Inn at Totland Bay, a good stopping point when walking.
Freshwater is a really great place - loads of excellent walks. In the 5 or 6 days we were there, we explored the whole coast from Yarmouth right down to the end of Compton Bay. And it is totally spoilt for amazing beaches, great walks and nature. There are also some good pubs, restaurants and cafes dotted all around, plus supermarkets/shops in the center of Freshwater bay. In terms of getting around without a car, it is manageable - we went without one, and got around by a mixture of walking, taking buses and calling taxis, so it is definitely doable. However, it does take a bit of research to understand which buses run when and where, and sometimes none of the taxis are available. So I did end up getting back exhausted, but also had a great time there.