*****VisitEngland 4 Star rating confirmed******
New owners for 2018 and we have updated the chalet over the winter and changes include new laminate flooring in the lounge/kitchen and new carpets in the bedrooms, new bedroom furniture in twin room and new bed and furniture in the double room and a range of other new items including cutlery, crockery, light fittings and other improvements. A new picnic style table is outside on the patio with a parasol.
The chalet is very well presented, clean and fresh with many new additions for 2018. Sunny View has gas central heating and all gas and electricity are included, as is bed linen and towels. The lounge area has two comfortable leather sofas, a large screen TV, DAB Radio/CD player and a selection of DVD’s, games and books. Smoking is not permitted in the property.
The bedrooms are well appointed with wardrobes and plenty of drawer space. Bedside lamps and mirrors are in both rooms and a hairdryer is also provided. A clock radio is provided in the double bedroom which has a 4ft 6in black metal frame bed and the twin room two white wooden frame beds, allowing plenty of room for storage of cases underneath. Additional blankets and pillows are available on request from the owners. A cot and highchair can be provided if requested in advance if the cot is requested 1 single bed will be removed from the twin room and the cot located in this space.
On-site facilities include a small shop, laundry, pitch and putt, crazy golf children’s play area, football pitch and extensive grassed areas. Access to the beach and amazing views of the Needles and Hurst Castle are just a short walk away. There are some charges for use of the on-site facilities, via the site management office
Nearby attractions include the Needles Pleasure Park at Alum Bay with the coloured sands and chairlift, Freshwater Golf Course, Dimbola Lodge and photographic museum, and Farringford House the former home of Alfred Lord Tennyson. Other local activities include horse riding, water sports, walking alpacas, fossil hunting and access to extensive walking and cycling opportunities. Afton Down and Tennyson Down are among the most popular and spectacular walks
Freshwater is a short drive away with shops and eating places including the Red Lion, a favourite eating place for visitors. Yarmouth is a historic town, with a Tudor castle with the ferry from Lymington arriving here, you will find a range of local shops and eating places. Travelling further afield you will find the magic of Osborne House (Queen Victoria’s former home) located in East Cowes, Blackgang Chine at the southern tip of the Island near Chale, Carisbrooke Castle on the outskirts of Newport and many other Isle of Wight attractions
This statement has been prepared to help those with disabilities to assess whether these premises will be accessible to them
Sunny VIew, 87 Brambles Chine is a self-catering, single storey bungalow on a relatively level site. The bungalow is set back approximately 16 metres from a tarmac road accessed across the grass. Car Parking is between 25-50 metres from the bungalow. Access to the bungalow is up one step. The minimum door width in the bungalow is 74cm. There is an audio smoke alarm and an audio carbon monoxide alarm. The bungalow is level within and has a shower over the bath. No special facilities are provided. There are no handrails in the bungalow. Pets are not accepted with the exception of guide dogs. Pillows and duvets are hollow fibre filled.
The site has a reception approximately 50 metres from the bungalow, which has level access. Staff have no special training to deal with specific requirements. The site has a small shop for everyday needs and an access ramp can be supplied on request although the approach is over an untarmacked surface. There is a coin operated launderette on site via the same access as the shop. Staff are available to assist during normal working hours. There is a large outdoor leisure area although no special facilities are available for disabled guests. Access to the beach is via a steep slipway and steps
The site is approximately 4km from Yarmouth vehicle/passenger ferry terminal from where taxis are usually available and is 800m from the nearest bus stop. Vehicular access to the site is practical although via an unadopted road which is in a variable condition