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Apple Tree Cottage, Sandown, Isle of Wight

Apple Tree Cottage, Sandown, Isle of Wight

Apple Tree Cottage, Sandown, Isle of Wight

Apple Tree Cottage, Sandown, Isle of Wight

This detached character three bedroomed cottage offers a bright and comfortable family home with a large garden situated just a short stroll from the cliff path and the popular, beautiful and safe Blue Flag sandy beaches of Sandown Bay. The property also offers guests the use of a luxury Armadillo pod in the garden which has a double bed and will increase the sleeping capacity to 8 (please note Armadilla guests need to use bathroom facilities in the main house).”

Apple Tree Cottage has been owned by the same family for more than 60 years and aims to provide its guests with a high standard of accommodation together with all the comforts of home, including dvds, games, books and WiFi. The Cottage also offers a perfect location for a traditional seaside holiday.

Apple Tree Cottage is two minutes from the Isle of Wight Coastal Path which follows the ten kilometres of Sandown Bay from the white chalk cliffs of Culver Down in the northeast to Shanklin Chine in the southeast, offering scenic cliff-top and beach walks. For those seeking a more relaxing holiday, Beach Huts and deck-chairs can be hired from Mr. Hinks’ Beachfront cafe at Lake Beach (5 minutes walk) on a daily or weekly basis. He also offers ice creams, cream teas and one of the best pots of tea on the Island.

A large number of amenities and visitor attractions are all within walking distance, including the Wightwater Centre (which offers tuition in a number of watersports including sailing, surfing and kayaking), the Isle of Wight Zoo (with its big cat sanctuary), and the Dinosaur Centre. The Heights Leisure Centre is next-door but one (offering an indoor pool and fitness centre) and there is a children’s playground across the road.

The Sunshine Trail, a 12-mile circular cycle route passes through Los Altos Park at the end of the street, and bikes can be hired locally. Sandown also hosts one of the Island’s few remaining piers offering amusements, a children’s funfair and opportunities for sea fishing. Supermarkets, shops, seaside pubs, cafes and restaurants are all just a short walk away, as are Lake and Sandown train stations which offer rail connections to Shanklin and Ryde, with onward connections to the passenger ferry, making a car-free holiday an easy option if preferred.



Sandown, PO36 8PL, United Kingdom


50.6453595, -1.166269199999988

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