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Yachtsman's Tower

Island Harbour

Prices from £1050

Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms

  • Off-street Parking
  • Sea View
  • BBQ
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD Player
  • Garden Furniture
  • Linen Provided
  • Television
  • Towels Provided
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Washing Machine
  • WiFi
  • Not Suitable for Disabled

The Isle of Wight’s undiscovered gem, Island Harbour, is the perfect location for a peaceful holiday.

Set in a unique, tranquil river valley Island Harbour is approximately a mile downstream of the world renowned sailing town of Cowes. Yachtsman’s Tower is a luxury self catering marina home, situated right on the waters edge. Nearby is a communal garden with children’s play area and bistro/restaurant ‘Breeze’.

Constructed in 2015 this holiday home provides quality and comfortable four bedroom self catering accommodation dressed beautifully using contemporary styles, in-keeping with the clean crisp lines of this unique property. Arranged over four floors with large glass sliding doors leading to decked and glazed balconies from the kitchen/dining area and the sitting room and similarly in the 2nd floor bedroom, glass sliding doors open to Juliet balconies with views over meadows, the River Medina and Marina.

Country walks and cycle tracks are all close by. Newport, the islands capital with abundance of shops, pubs and restaurants is a 30 minute riverside walk, or only a few minutes by car. Cyclists can enjoy the local tracks which are accessed close by, linking many outstanding miles over the island.

Queen Victoria’s seaside home, Osborne House is just 2 miles away and Carisbrooke Castle can be found just the other side of Newport.

For music fans, Island Harbour is within a short, easy walk for the annual IOW music festival ground, held in June.
This conveniently located holiday home enables you to enjoy the Island’s many attractions and beautiful beaches.


Entrance Hall with staircase to first floor.
Kitchen/Dining Room, 55” wall mounted Smart TV. table and corner seating, patio doors to balcony overlooking the river, with dining table, chairs and lounger.  Range of storage units, built in electric oven and hob, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge/freezer and microwave. 
Cloakroom with wc and hand basin. 
First Floor:
Sitting Room with large leather sofa, pouffe, 60” Smart TV.  Two sets of patio doors leading to wrap around balcony with sea and river views, table and chairs. 
Shower room comprising cubicle with built in shower, wc and wash basin. 
Bedroom with 2 single beds, bedside tables and hanging rail.
Second Floor:
Bedroom with king size bed, two sets of patio doors and Juliet balconies, bedside tables and built in wardrobe.  TV. 
Bathroom comprising panelled bath, shower cubicle with built in shower, wash basin and w.c.  
Bedroom with double bed, bedside tables and hanging rail. 
Third Floor:
Master Bedroom with king size bed, bedside tables and hanging rail. TV. Views of the river and harbour.  En-Suite comprising large walk in shower, wash basin and w.c. 
Outside:  Balconies overlooking the water and allocated parking close by. 


Gas central heating
Electric oven and hob
55” Smart TV
Freeview tvs in 2 of the bedrooms
Balcony furniture
Duvets & Pillows on all beds.  Quality  Egyptian Linen & Towels supplied, please bring your own beach towels.


No smoking
No Pets
Please be aware that this is a waterfront property and children must be supervised at all times.

What the North Wight has to offer:
The North of the Isle of Wight is home to the County Town of Newport, with the Medina River running through it towards the Solent dividing East Cowes and West Cowes. To the West are the villages of Shalfleet and Newtown Creek with a stunning Nature Reserve; to the East are Wootton Bridge and Quarr Abbey.

Osborne House and Carisbrooke Castle are both with English Heritage, shrouded in their history and surrounded by beautiful grounds, definitely worth a visit. Quarr Abbey, further down the coast from Osborne, is a spectacular working Monastery with tea rooms. The Roman Villa in Brading often has educational classes in the café. Newtown is one of the oldest towns in the UK, situated near a nature reserve, a lovely place to walk and enjoy the wildlife.

Best known as the world's premier yachting centre, Cowes is the Island's main port. Yachtsmen from all over the world participate in the season's prestigious sailing events, the best known being Cowes Week, held annually at the beginning of August. Shopping in the narrow pedestrianised High Street is a delight, with some excellent shops, many catering for the yachting fraternity. The town also has an array of fashionable clothing shops, gift shops, delicatessens, cafes, restaurants and lively pubs.

The Nature Reserve at Newtown is the beautiful home to many species of wild fowl. In land Parkhurst Forest offers acres to walk dogs and children, with squirrel trails and woodland for picnics and adventure games.

The Festival and The Bestival
The Isle of Wight has played host to these two increasingly popular music festivals. The Festival is held in early June just outside Newport and has been going since the 60's. The Bestival is held in September at the Robin Hill adventure park and every year announces a different fancy dress theme which everyone throws themselves into. Popular with families, both attract some of the great new and old musical acts and the Island's atmosphere is electric over these festival times.

Places to eat
This part of the Island holds some of the best restaurants and pubs. Cowes being a place of destination for many yachtsmen offers a wide range of cuisine of which Lugleys with its sea frontage is popular. There is also a Lugleys in Newport and Olivo's in Newport and Ryde offing delicious menus. Pier View pub in Cowes serves the best hamburgers, the Sportsman Rest in Porchfield is very popular too with families and is close to good walks.


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Postcode for Sat Nav
PO30 2EG