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3 Pilot’s Point, Totland, Isle of Wight   On the beach at Totland Bay– a unique living experience Newly renovated and refurbished 1st-floor apartment. A stay at Pilots Point, due to its location at the water’s edge, is often likened to being onboard a cruise liner. The accommodation:- Bedroom No.1. king size bed with ensuite shower. Bedroom No.2. double bed. Bedroom No.3 twin or double bed. 2nd bathroom with bath, lounge & kitchen. The charming apartment has its own private outdoor sun terrace with a bbq enjoying spectacular views over the sea. Both the dining area & the outside bbq area have adjoining doors to the kitchen. For those visitors wishing to take a break from cooking, one of the Island’s most popular bar/restaurants – The Waterfront – is situated at the bottom of the garden & open all day. There are 23 easy steps from the promenade to the ground floor & an outside wooden staircase leading to 1st floor apt. Totland is a small picturesque village connected to the larger village of Freshwater which has most (if not all) of the amenities you will require during your stay. Pilots Point is 5 minutes drive from the Needles Pleasure Park & 10 minutes from the historic town of Yarmouth. The west of the Island is blessed with beautiful countryside and coastlines. The Island is host to many attractions including The Needles Pleasure Park – 5 minute drive The Dimbola Museum and Galleries – 5 minute drive Freshwater Bay Golf Club – 7 minute drive Hill Farm riding stables – 7 minute drive Tapnell Farm Family Attraction – 10 minute drive Blackgang Chine -20 minute drive Carisbrooke Castle – 30 minute drive Cowes Yacht Haven – 30 minute drive Robin Hill Country Park – 40 minute drive Osbourne House – 45 minute drive This area is a paradise for walkers and cyclists, spectacular local footpaths/bridle paths take you to Headon Warren, the Tennyson Trail, Colwell Bay, Yarmouth and more Alfred Lord Tennyson lived at The Farringford, located at the foot of the Tennyson trail.]]>

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