The Coach House, Newport, Isle of Wight This one-of-a-kind characterful coach house rests close to Carisbrooke Castle and the main house is where JMW Turner is believed to have painted a landscape of the notable building. The charming exterior sets a scene for the cottage upon arrival and this continues as you wander inside. A cobbled courtyard leads into the kitchen where you will be impressed by the spacious layout, white units, and the country feel that is perfect for a home-cooked meal with your loved ones. The lounge lies adjacent to this room, centred by a large sofa, which provides a comfortable place to relax amongst the heart-warming décor. A selection of books and games will keep you occupied for hours as you enjoy all that this beautiful cottage has to offer. Take the stairs to the next floor and three bedrooms boast calmness and serenity for you to unwind after a long day, all complete with a nautical theme and quirky accessories. The colour scheme is a breath of fresh air and you can sleep peacefully and wake up to it all over again. A family bathroom is an all-white suite, boasting a bath with a shower above, so you can relax and get ready in style ahead of your evening. Spend your free time in the enclosed garden admiring the far-reaching views across the castle and beyond. Newport boasts a shopping centre, with riverside walks, cafés, a thriving arts centre and multiplex cinema, museums and parks. Being close to the centre of the island, Newport makes an excellent touring base with good road links to all the beaches, countryside and tourist attractions. The property is located at one end of the Tennyson Way which is a beautiful walk along the spine of the island with stunning views to all sides. Queen Victoria’s daughter Beatrice came to Clatterford House in 1927 and had tea in the garden which has spectacular views of Carisbrooke Castle and down the Bowcombe Valley.