This Grade II-listed 18th century barn has been beautifully converted to offer home-from-home ground floor accommodation in a peaceful rural setting.
This sympathetically-converted 18th-century barn sits within a 12-acre farm surrounded by open Isle of Wight countryside. With fantastic walks on the doorstep over the downs, this is the perfect bolthole for families and four-legged friends wishing to explore this beautiful island. Discover the island’s sandy beaches, unspoilt countryside and popular attractions before returning to the garden with its terrace and lawn area beyond for a BBQ in the sunshine.
Inside, great care has been paid to retain this historic building’s charm, with exposed ceiling beams, stone walls and original arches. A charming lounge overlooks the shared lawn at the front through delightful arched windows and has been furnished with inviting leather sofas and cosy rugs over flagstone flooring. The beamed kitchen offers plenty of space to cook and dine together and is fitted with everything you should need for rustling up delicious meals while away. When the sun is shining, step outside onto the delightful terrace and enclosed lawn garden to enjoy a tasty BBQ available on request overlooking the spectacular Isle of Wight countryside.
Surrounded by open fields of horses, this property is a safe and secluded choice for family getaways. After a long walk through the downs with the dog, stroll to the rural village of Newchurch (1 mile), which is home to a popular pub serving delicious food. Jump in the car to reach the spectacular sandy beaches of Sandown (4.5 miles) and Shanklin (4 miles) and stock up on supplies at the bustling market town of Newport (7.5 miles). Other popular attractions include Rosemary Vineyard (6.5 miles) and the Isle of Wight Zoo (5 miles).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.