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Guest Reviews

Overall rating: 5 out of 5
 
Lovely B&B very quiet and relaxing and lovely hosts too !
 
Matt - Apr 14
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Facilities

  • Baggage store
  • Internet access (wireless) in public areas
  • Ironing facilities
  • Room service
  • Wakeup call
  • Internet access (high speed) in public areas
  • Non-smoking (throughout)
  • Porter service
  • Lock-up facility for bicycles
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Policies

Check-in: 2:00 PM till 10:00 PM
Early check-in available on request.

Check-out: 11:00 AM

Children Policy: Adults preferred
Smoking Policy: No smoking
Pet Policy: No pets

Cancellation Policy

Booking Terms and Conditions

Accessibility

Payment At Property

Cash (Sterling), Cash (Euro), Cheque


Description

Self Assessed 4 Stars Guest House

Perched cosily under the tops of the National Trust’s St Catherine’s Down, and gazing down over the beautiful rural Isle of Wight countryside towards the waters of the Solent, the ten-acre Farm is hidden away, well off beaten tracks and more than a mile from the nearest main road, on the southern side of the Island. From here, and from the Downs at our doors, you can see everything ... yet hear nothing but the odd rabbit thumping across the lawn, a pigeon chortling, or the woodpeckers dining in the trees.

Our peaceful surroundings, however, hide the opportunity for plenty of action. The Downs of the isle of Wight are full of history-from ancient burial mounds and a medieval lighthouse to one of Britain’s most amusing Victorian follies - and full of opportunities for leisurely exploration. A network of the Island’s well-known bridleways and footpaths crosses various parts of the property, and there is direct access to over a hundred miles of the finest and best-maintained footpaths, riding tracks and mountain-bike trails in Britain.

A twenty-minute stroll across the Downs (or a very much shorter car trip) brings you to the nearby village of Niton, with its charming shops and friendly pubs, while a little further on you come to the famously picturesque village of Godshill with its much-photographed thatched roofs and celebrated cream teas. The Isle of Wight coastal towns of Sandown, Shanklin and Ventnor - famous as holiday venues from Victorian times -- with their glorious beaches and their cliff walks are just a short drive away.

Ratings & Awards

4 Stars Self Assessed Guest HouseTrip Advisor Certificate of Excellence 2013

Environmental Statement

No Smoking Household. All produce sourced locally where possible.