Courtyard Cottage has been converted from the former C18th (circa 1780) stables. The accommodation is spacious & comfortable, suiting couples who prefer extra space or providing ample room for families of 3-4.
Furnishings consist of a large comfortable sofa & armchair, table and chairs, coffee table, colour television/DVD with Free Sat and rugs. This room looks out onto the cobbled courtyard.
The living room has pine flooring and chimney with a multi-fuel fire. At the other end of the living room there is a built-in pine kitchen area in a dresser style, keeping some original Georgian features and incorporating a hob, oven, microwave and fridge.
The cottage is powered by electricity which is included in the price and enjoys easy access with no stairs.
Through the front door is the hallway, off which is a fully fitted bathroom including shower.
The double bedroom has a large wardrobe, dressing table, bedside table and lamp and is equipped with extra blankets.
The second bedroom is entered through a door from the main bedroom.
The room is equipped with a wardrobe, dressing table and bunkbeds which can be converted to form two single beds if required.
There is a second door to the courtyard.
Niton Undercliff is situated on the sheltered south coast of the Isle of Wight and is famous as a place of great natural beauty, steeped with history, an ideal venue for a self catering holiday, vacation or short break throughout the year. Many famous people have visited here including Charles II and Queen Victoria, and in more recent times, Uffa Fox lived at Puckaster House.
Attractions such as St Catherine's Lighthouse, Isle of Wight Glass, Ventnor Botanic Gardens and Blackgang Chine are only 10 minutes travel away. Further afield yet within a relatively short drive are the locations that have made the Isle of Wight world-famous such as The Needles, Osborne House and Carisbrooke Castle. Many people come to watch the Round the Isle of Wight Yacht Race and the Power Boat Race from the nearby inland cliff. There are two Isle of Wight walking festivals.
We are only 10 minutes walk from Niton village which has excellent facilities and 15 minutes walk from the local cove and lighthouse, one of the most picturesque and dramatic corners of the Isle of Wight. The Isle of Wight coastal footpath is within easy access.
Inland, the Isle of Wight is networked with many waymarked paths for the perfect walking holiday.
The property entrance is easily located on Sandrock Road between large stone pillars. The driveway leads into the courtyard and self catering holiday cottages with generous off-road parking.
The child-friendly large garden has lovely views of the sea, and is available to guests for picnics, barbecues and general relaxation.