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Clara Cottage

St Helens

Prices from £550

Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms

  • Off-street Parking
  • Walking distance of shops
  • Walking distance of beach
  • Ev Charger
  • WiFi
  • Garden Furniture
  • Television
  • DVD Player
  • Washing Machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
  • Not Suitable for Disabled
  • Pet Friendly
  • Children Friendly

This delightful semi-detached holiday home is situated in the heart of St Helens and sleeps up to 6 guests. The accommodation comprises a lovely open-plan kitchen/sun room opening into a TV room, a double bedroom and downstairs shower room.

*IMPORTANT BOOKING ADVICE BELOW

Upstairs is a large master bedroom with a king-size bed, a twin room and bathroom.

There are French doors that lead from the sun room to the lovely enclosed garden with seating ideal for al fresco dining with lovely views towards the downs. The cottage also benefits from a gated driveway for one large or two small cars (due to restricted manoeuvrability) .

St Helens Village is on the East Coast of the Isle of Wight between the villages of Bembridge and Seaview. St Helens’ greens are an integral part of the village life with regular sports played throughout the year and a children’s play area. The village also has a local corner shop, two restaurants and public house.

St Helens beach is within walking distance of the cottage. Here you will find the remains of the original old church which was built on the seafront, just off the coast is the St Helens Fort built around 1867. You also have views across to Bembridge Harbour and children will like crabbing in the rock pools. There is also a lovely cafe/restaurant for you to enjoy a relaxing meal with stunning views.

Clara Cottage is an ideal family holiday home.

BOOKING ADVICE:

- Please note: There is a 48 hour confirmation period for this accommodation.
- Please do not book your ferry until Island Holiday Homes fully confirm your booking within the 48 hours stated.
- Refunds will be provided should the booking dates not synchronise with the owners calendar.
- Telephone in the first instance if you require more information 01983 866 455


DOGS PERMITTED AT AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE OF GBP35.00 PER DOG PER WEEK - MAX 1




ACCOMMODATION

Kitchen/Sun Room: Gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, kettle & toaster, dishwasher, Coffee Machine, Extendable dining table and six chairs, sofa. French doors leading to garden

TV Snug:  Sofa, bean bags, Smart T.V and DVD player, Radio, Souind System, Games, Books

Shower Room: Shower, WC, wash-hand basin and washing machine

Bedroom: Double bed, bedside cabinets, chest of drawers & wardrobe

Stairs to first floor:

Family bathroom:  Large shower, Double-ended bath, WC,and wash-hand basin, Clothes Drying Rack

Bedroom 1: King-size bed, bedside cabinets, large work-table looking out over the downs, chest of drawers & fitted wardrobe

Bedroom 2: Twin cabin beds with under-bed storage, table and chair

Enclosed Garden: Patio Furniture, Sun Loungers, Parasol

Private off road parking for two small or one large car EV Charger, Bike Store
 
EQUIPMENT
Central heating
Gas hob & electric oven
Fridge
Freezer
Dishwasher
Washing Machine
Microwave
Kettle, Toaster
Coffe Machine - Espresso, Cafetiere
Teapot
Iron, Ironing Board, Clothes Drying Rack
Smart T.V,  DVD player, Radio
Sound System, Phone Dock
Games
Hairdryer
Wifi
Garden furniture
Outdoor Chimenea
Outside Shelter for drying wetsuits, storing Kayaks, Surfboards & Bikes etc.
Parking

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

LIMITATIONS
No smoking
2 Dogs permitted £35 per week per pet
 

St Helens Village

St Helens lies in a coastal position on the East coast of the Isle of Wight, between the villages of Bembridge and Seaview.

One of the defining features of St Helens is its village greens which form the centre of the village and are rumoured to be amongst the largest in England.

It also offers excellent views over the busy harbour of Bembridge.

St Helens’ village greens are an integral part of village life with regular sports being played here throughout the year, and a good sized children’s play area.

There are regular fishing charters running from the nearby Bembridge Harbour, and the marina is located just outside of the village.

At the opposite end of the village the road runs down to St Helens’ Duver which sits at the mouth of Bembridge Harbour.

Here you can explore the ruins of the old St Helens church which was destroyed by a large wave in the 18th Century.

This is also the location of the popular St Helens beach, which is maintained by The National Trust.

The sand dunes here once formed the Isle of Wight’s first golf course.

On the outskirts of St Helen’s you will find the new St Helens church, which sits on the outskirt of the small village of Nettlestone.

Despite being a small village St Helens has some great places to eat.

There are a couple of popular restaurants and cafes, one of which sits beach-side down at the Duver.

In the centre of the village there is a pub, with various other pubs and eateries nearby if you are looking for traditional English food.

Frequent buses link the East Wight with both Ryde and Newport.

Ryde Town

Ryde is the largest town on the Isle of Wight, and with its prominent position along the seafront and hovercraft and passenger ferry links it is little wonder it is often referred to as “The Gateway to the Island”.

In addition to an expanse of sandy beaches which stretch right along the town, Ryde has a great selection of boutique shops, museums and galleries for you to visit along with lots of other things to see and do along its esplanade.

Ryde offers a great variety of things to do which will interest all ages, not least of which are the hovercraft and catamaran ferry from which you can travel to and from the mainland.

Hovertravel are the world’s oldest hovercraft operator and operate the last remaining hovercraft passenger service in Britain, whereas a trip on the Wightlink catamaran service will take you down Ryde’s recently restored early 19th century pier, which carries both vehicle traffic and train services.

Head along Ryde esplanade and you will encounter a number of great places for family entertainment, including the Superbowl and LaserQuest.

Further along there is a fun fair for young children and a very popular canoe lake which leads on to Ryde’s sandy beaches.

At low tide the sea goes out a long way making it a popular place for sports and outdoor activities, and a regular venue for beach soccer tournaments.


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