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The Bungy


Prices from £335

Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms

  • Off-street Parking
  • Sea View
  • Walking distance of beach
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD Player
  • Garden Furniture
  • Linen Provided
  • Television
  • Towels Provided
  • Washing Machine
  • WiFi
  • Children Friendly

An extremely well presented holiday bungalow, situated right on the coastline with the site being surrounded by open fields. The bungalow accommodates four people comfortably, offering two bedrooms being a double & a bunk bed room. The lounge is 'open plan' with the dining area & fitted kitchen. From the lounge there are sliding doors which lead out onto the patio. Here you can sit & relax enjoying the surrounding country views, which continue around stretching across the Solent to the Hampshire coastline.

The site is situated on the western coast of the Island where there are lovely views across the Solent to Hurst Castle and the Hampshire coastline. There is a slipway from the site that leads straight down to the beach. There are also open green areas where you can find a children's play area, crazy golf and a putting green. In addition, the site also offers a shop. Here you will find everything from fresh & frozen produce, free range eggs, hot & cold drinks, snacks, everyday items, gifts, beach accessories and you can even order your morning newspapers!

Pathway to front patio door entrance leading to

Open plan Kitchen/Dining/lounge area.

Kitchen: Gas cooker, microwave, fridge freezer, kettle & toaster, dishwasher and washing machine.
Dining/Lounge: Dining table with seating for 4, large corner sofa, two easy chairs, TV with freeview, DVD player. Wifi & sea views.

Family bathroom with shower over bath, WC & wash-hand basin.

Bedroom 1: Master bedroom with Double Bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers and bedside cabinets.

Bedroom 2: Bedroom with Bunk Beds, wardrobe, chest of drawers.

For Children: 
Parking available


Convector Heating
Gas cooker
Kettle & toaster
Washing machine 
Iron & Ironing Board
Television/DVD player 

Duvets and pillows on all beds, Bed linen & Towels provided. Please bring own beach towels.


No smoking
Sorry, no pets
Not suitable for those with limited mobility


Freshwater Village

Freshwater is a large village in West Wight and is a popular destination for visitors with the spectacular Freshwater Bay area lying to the South of the main village.

The bay is easily recognised by its chalk cliffs and the imposing “Stag” and “Mermaid” rocks that sit at the edge of the coast, which are a magnet for photographers on the Isle of Wight.

The Needles Landmark Attraction is situated on the land next to the Needles rocks (a short drive from Freshwater Bay) and is a great place to ride on the carousel, try zorbing, see the 4D cinema or hop on the chairlift and head down to the beach below. Adventure Activities offers various water activities at Freshwater Bay and also land activities at their site in Totland.

Freshwater village is the main shopping area that services the West of the Isle of Wight with a number of established stores and a supermarket. There are two churches in Freshwater which are worth a visit, the medieval All Saint’s and the thatched church of St Agnes which is in the Freshwater Bay area. Freshwater Bay has a fantastic pebble beach which is very popular all year round for swimming, walks and boating, and from here it is easy to access the coast path in either direction.

Tennyson Down (named after the local poet Alfred Tennyson) which rises above Freshwater is worth the steep walk as it opens up to some of the best views on the Isle of Wight and runs along to the iconic Needles rocks and lighthouse at the most Westerly tip of the Island. At the top of the downs you will find the striking granite cross of the Tennyson monument. On the opposite side of Freshwater is Afton Down, which provided the location of the famous 1970 Isle of Wight Music Festival.

At the south end of these downs is a golf course which provides players with fantastic views in all directions across the Isle of Wight.

There are various options for places to eat around Freshwater village and the Bay. If you are looking for something lighter, or an ice-cream to enjoy in the sun there are a couple of cafes at Freshwater Bay or for something more substantial there is the Dimbola museum and tearooms at the foot of Tennyson Down, which have recently won an award for their inventive décor. Many of the hotels in the area also have established restaurants and eateries, and there are various take-aways and restaurants in the main village.


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Postcode for Sat Nav
PO40 9SU