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Charnwood Cottage

Brading

Prices from £315

Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms

  • Walking distance of shops
  • WiFi
  • BBQ
  • Garden Furniture
  • Television
  • Washing Machine
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Cot/Travel Cot
  • High Chair
  • Linen Provided
  • Open Fire/Woodburner
  • Towels Provided
  • Not Suitable for Disabled
  • Pet Friendly
  • Children Friendly

Charnwood Cottage is a delightful character cottage that offers all the home comforts set in the heart of the village of Brading which has its own train station. The cottage is ideally located only 5 minutes drive from popular sandy beaches of Yaverland and Sandown, and 10 minutes drive to Ryde and main interchange. There is a small paved courtyard to the rear of the cottage and car parking is facilitated by a permit for the public car park by the Church just a couple of minutes walk.

Brading is one of the oldest towns on the Isle of Wight and steeped in history. Here you can explore the pretty Norman church, the Bull Ring and the Old Town Hall, with its whipping post and stocks. Other attractions include the Brading Roman Villa, The Lilliput Antique Doll and Toy Museum and Morton Manor with its beautiful gardens.

Sleeps 4 (1 double and 1 twin bedroom)

DOGS PERMITTED AT AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE OF GBP35.00 PER DOG PER WEEK - MAX 2




ACCOMMODATION

Front door leading to utility:

Utility: Washing machine & tumble dryer

Bathroom: Bath with hand held shower attachment, wc, wash hand basin

Lounge: Sofa, 2 x arm chair, bean bag, Freesat TV/DVD player, music centre, nest of tables

Kitchen: Gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, kettle & toaster, coffee maker

Cottage style stairs from kitchen to:

Bedroom 1: Double bed, bed side cabinets, dressing table, complete wall wardrobe, easy chair

Bedroom 2: Twin beds, bedside cabinet, dressing table, easy chair, wardrobe

Outside: Paved rear courtyard (gated & fenced) garden to front, garden furniture, BBQ (inside shed)

Parking: Car Park Permit supplied by owner For Main Car Park by the Church


EQUIPMENT

Cooker, microwave,
Fridge/freezer
Toaster & kettle
Coffee machine
Table and four chairs
Washing machine & tumble dryer
Freesat TV & music centre
Free Wi-fi
Original open Victorian fireplace (winter nights)
First basket of logs free!
Stair gate, high chair, cot & Z-Bed (bed linen for cot available upon request)
Toy’s, games & books
Downstairs bathroom/WC
Garden furniture & BBQ
Complimentary Treats
Hamper, Christmas Tree & Bubbly 
Car Park Permit For Main Car Park By The Church
 
Duvets and pillows on all beds, Bed linen provided. Please bring own towels and beach towels.


LIMITATIONS
Steep Cottage Style Staircase

Pet Friendly (treats given)
Non-smoking accommodation
Complimentary £5 voucher per person on (excluding infants) for use in a local pub/restaurant when 7 nights or more are booked


 

Brading Town

Brading is located on the East side of the Isle of Wight a few miles from Ryde, and is one of the Island’s oldest towns.
The town many years ago formed a major port on the Isle of Wight, before the area was fully reclaimed in the late 19th Century, and there are still many signs of its previous history visible today.
Much of the interesting architecture through the heart of the town is original, with some beautiful cottages and buildings on show.

Many of the things to do in Brading are related to the town’s rich history and past.

Explore the pretty Norman church of St Mary’s, to the rear of which stands the charming Old Town Hall.
In the grounds outside the new town hall there is an iron bullring that was historically used to secure a bull whilst it was rather gruesomely baited by dogs as part of a traditional celebration.
On the outskirts of the town the Brading Roman Villa offers good insight into some of the many relics that have been found from the Roman period in the area, and the Villa site sits within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The restored railway station buildings and signal box at Brading Station are also well worth a visit, as their shop and tearoom also houses the Brading tourist information point.
The Brading Downs provide some of the most spectacular views across the Isle of Wight looking out across Culver Down and Sandown Bay, making the area very popular for walking and exploring.

Places to eat in Brading

You'll find a great variety of places to eat in Brading and the surrounding areas. See the list below for a list of yummy food locations, from pubs to cafes and restaurants to takeaways - there are plenty of places to visit for refreshments and a bite to eat!
If you’re staying in or visiting Brading, you’ll want to fill up again after a long day - and Brading has plenty of opportunities to refuel. The town is served by the Island Line railway, with direct connections to Wightlink - allowing for quick access to Brading for a day out and a great excuse to visit this beautiful town to dine out.
Brading is a former sea-port, with boats once making their way to what is now a popular restaurant in Brading – The Bugle Inn. The reclamation of the land was completed more than 120 years ago - leading to Brading being the town it is now. Those who chose to eat at the Bugle Inn have the chance to enjoy wholesome and traditional home cooked foods - which also includes locally sourced produce. The inn is also dog friendly and welcome those who wish to dine at the inn alongside their furry friend - perfect after a day spent walking across the countryside nearby.
Also situated in the centre of Brading is Kynges Well Pub - which offers a great choice of pub food suited to all ages and tastes. Kynges Well is also a great place to sample great local guest ales available on tap, which go perfectly with the homemade meals and must be sampled on a trip to the pub. The food will tickle any taste buds and they also cater for those who need a gluten free diet, or for those who are vegetarian, with meals making up part of a substantial menu.
If you’re looking for something a little different and have an interest in history, you could also visit the cafe at Brading Roman Villa. You’ll be able to enjoy a selection of delicious home cooked cakes, freshly filled baguettes and even sample some of the highly rated locally produced cider. There is also plenty for children to enjoy - with a Wicked Roman lunch bag on offer for those who want something a little different for the young ones.

Getting Around Brading

Catch the train to head south towards Sandown, Lake and Shanklin or north towards Ryde. Regular bus services link Brading directly with Ryde, Newport, Sandown Shanklin and Ventnor.

Loved this cosy little cottage. Thanks for the thoughtful welcome basket.
Granddaughter loved being on holiday. We all had a restful break and enjoyed
exploring the Island.

Lovely little cottage with great character. Cleanliness of high standard. Welcome pack amazing. Even fresh flowers, a stamped post card and stationery . The owner thought of everything.

Great location. Brading village has good pubs. Clean cottage. Nice homely touches. Perfect for couples.

A well presented cottage, plenty big enough for two, in a part of the island we like. Woods and downs in walk-out-of-the-cottage range behind, super beach at Yaverland, complete with body-surfable waves, café and car park, maybe 10 minutes away in the car. Island Line railway for when one is feeling more adventurous - with a half hour service up and down the east coast of the island, running all day. Car parking a five minute walk away, fine. Car park never full. Stairs might be a bit awkward if you have mobility problems. Like bad hips or knees. Newly opened serious gastro place (Heima) a five minute walk away. We had a very good meal there. Several other more modest places. Serious pies from the Bugle. Serious steak and kidney puddings from the chip shop. We have stayed at Brading every year now for six or seven years. Great place for a holiday!

This is a beautiful cottage, very clean and there were nice welcoming touches with doggy biscuits, wine, sweets and mike. The IoW is small so the location is fine. Personally I would like the parking to be closer - rhe car park took me 7 minutes to get to. Also I did not realise it but my wife and myself have to use the bathroom every night, the fact that we had to go down the steep stairs to downstairs was less than ideal.

Lovely cozy, clean, home from home cottage.
Thank you for all the little extras and dog treats, much appreciated.

First Class, Charming, nice little touches and treats.

Thank you for a lovely stay. We had a lovely month here, weather was really nice.
Cottage very clean and tidy. The only thing is we don't wont to go home.

Thank you for a lovely stay. Really appreciated the milk and treats on arrival (especially the dog biscuits!)
Had everything we needed in a fab location, loved Yaverland beach with the dogs.

Smallish 2 bedroom cottage in a good location for exploring the Isle of Wight. Situated in a quiet back road, it's only a short walk to local pubs, cafe, shop, bus stops and train. Good value for money.

We had a lovely stay here, the cottage was very cosy, sadly it was too warm to light the fire or we would have loved to! The welcome goodies are a lovely treat when you arrive, there was also milk in the fridge. The cottage had everything you would need, the kitchen is very well equipped. Wifi too. The location is excellent, very near to the local bus stops also. There are lovely walks in the vicinity of the cottage should you fancy an evening stroll. The chip shop on Brading High Street was lovely.

We had a lovely time staying at this holiday cottage. So much care had been taken to make sure everything we needed was there. The location was very peaceful but with shops nearby and it was easy to get around the island from there. The whole family really liked it from my teenage son who appreciated the wifi to my wife who liked the peaceful village.


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