A traditional bijou cottage, perfectly positioned in the heart of the Arreton Valley on the Isle of Wight. Refurbished to a high standard, the three cosy bedrooms can accommodate up to five people and it is perfect countryside retreat with two pubs and a farm-shop just steps away from the door.
The cottage dates from the 18th century and many of the original features remain intact today. It has a feature fireplace in the living room and exposed beams throughout.
The cottage is ideal for couples and friends, short breaks and holidays. Great for walkers and cyclists as there are some lovely walks and rides in the local area. Opposite is a 12th century Church and direct access to country walking routes across the picturesque Brading Downs.
Just a few doors away you will find two pubs, both serving local food and drink, The Dairyman’s Daughter of Arreton Barns, the Island’s largest centre for arts and crafts and The White Lion.
Visitors will not be disappointed with this warm, cosy and quiet sanctuary set amidst the historic scenery of the Valley.