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The Beach House

Ventnor

Prices from £1000

Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms

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

The Beach House is new to the holiday letting market for 2022 and is an impressive home to enjoy a beachside holiday from.

The open plan 1st floor living space has an elevated dining area up a couple of steps, looking down over the kitchen and living area. The kitchen is modern and well-equipped and is ideally set out for sociable events and gatherings. Once the large sliding patio doors are opened onto the sun terrace the true ambience of this room comes to life. The outside dining area for 6 is partially screened and has glass and stainless steel balustrades for safety. Sea views can be enjoyed from here looking east and west. There is parking outside for two good-sized vehicles.

Initially a small fishing settlement, Ventnor grew into a thriving Victorian seaside spa resort due to its microclimate, generated from its south-facing position and the shelter of the downs behind the town. The old sanitorium is now home to Ventnor Botanical Gardens and visitors are attracted by Ventnor’s arts and restaurant scene as much as by its picturesque views and mild climate. Short walks will take you the adjacent villages of Bonchurch and its Inn for Sunday lunch, or Steephill Cove for a local crab sandwich. Venturing a little further will take you to Appuldurcombe House, with gardens designed by Capability Brown, or to picturesque Godshill, with its model village, both within a fifteen-minute drive.

In addition to the island’s beaches, family days out can include Blackgang Chine theme park, the activities at Tapnell Farm, or seeing big cats and monkeys at the Island’s animal sanctuaries. Activity lovers can walk any or all of the 67-mile coast path, cycle country lanes, or hire SUPs or kayaks at nearby Steephill Cove.




ACCOMMODATION

From the driveway the entrance door leads to:

Entrance Hallway with further hallway leading off to all bedrooms, and family bathroom.

A bespoke wooden spiral staircase leads to first floor living accommodation.

Main Bedroom Suite: Super-King size bedroom. Private dressing room area with built-in wardrobe, chest of drawers and skylight window. En-suite shower room. Window to side aspect, views towards the sea. Tilt and turn d/g doors to front aspect.

En-Suite Shower Room: Walk-in continental style shower enclosure, concealed cistern w/c and wash hand basin with vanity unit under and adjacent shelf. Wall mounted back mirror. Skylights.

Bedroom 2: Twin bedroom with two standard single beds. Tilt and turn d/g windows to front aspect. Bedside table. Wall lighting. Wardrobe with auto light. Dressing table.

Family Bathroom: Corner walk-in shower enclosure. Concealed cistern w/c, wash hand basin with vanity unit under. Back mirror. Panelled bath with shower head attachment. Heated towel radiator.

Bedroom 3: Small double bedroom with en-suite shower room off. Door to small lit walled courtyard area with bench for seating. Skylight windows with remote operated blinds. Door to en-suite shower room. Small wall-mounted TV.

En-Suite Shower Room: Shower enclosure. Wash hand basin with vanity unit and mirror. Concealed cistern w/c.
Circular bespoke oak staircase to first floor accommodation.

Open Plan Living Room and Kitchen: Sliding patio doors to south-facing sun terrace. Ample seating for 6 guests on 2 large sofas. Book shelves. Wi-Fi. Smart TV. Karndean flooring throughout.

Kitchen Area: Range of bespoke floor-standing and wall mounted units. Matching island housing the sink unit and induction flush fitted hob. Integral dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Extractor hood. Twin ovens and grill. Microwave. Miele coffee machine. Kettle and Toaster

Dining Area: Steps up from living area. Spacious dining for 6 people. View down over the kitchen, living area and sun terrace. Two high level windows.

Outside: Composite-decked wraparound sun terrace with glass and stainless steel balustrade. Dining table and seating for six. Sun-lounger. Views towards Ventnor beach and the English Channel beyond.
Private off-road parking for two cars
 
EQUIPMENT
Free high-speed Wi-Fi
Electric induction hob
Electric double oven/grill
Integral fridge/freezer
Washing machine with tumble dryer
Integral dishwasher
Built-in coffee machine
Microwave, kettle, toaster 
Hairdryers (2)
Iron, ironing board and clothes airer
Smart TV
Patio furniture
Central heating
Off-street parking for two cars

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

LIMITATIONS
No smoking
Sorry, no pets
No candles or naked flames
 

Ventnor Town
Ventnor hugs the cliffside of St. Boniface Down on the south coast of the Isle of Wight. It’s a traditional Victorian seaside resort with a modern twist. Originally a fishing village, it became a fashionable Victorian health resorts due to its unique microclimate.

By the Sea
The beach itself is red shingle and sand, with traditional deckchairs and beach huts for hire. When you’ve had your fill of swimming and sunbathing, you can buy freshly caught lobster or crab from Ventnor Haven fishery, eat fish and chips on the beach or try the Smoking Lobster for cocktails and a pan-Asian inspired seafood menu. Or enjoy the views from the huge deck of the joyously kitsch Spyglass Inn.
Quirkier features of the sea front include the island shaped children’s paddling pool looking up to Cascade Gardens and “Stokey’s solar system walk”. From here you can carry on to Bonchurch with its historic church and Inn. Alternatively, walking 30 minutes west along the coast path will take you to secluded Steephill Cove, and up to Ventnor’s Botanical Gardens, where you might catch sight of local red squirrels.

In the Town
The main town centre is a 5-10 minute walk up from the beach. You’ll find two small supermarkets, and other key amenities, alongside gift shops and a great range of restaurants and pubs. The Ventnor Exchange and the Arts Club provide hubs for the thriving cultural scene, which peaks at the annual Ventnor Fringe Festival each July.
Venturing into the surrounding area will take you to Appuldurcombe House, with gardens designed by Capability Brown, or to picturesque Godshill, with its model village, both within a fifteen-minute drive. In addition to the island’s beaches, family days out can include Blackgang Chine theme park, the activities at Tapnell Farm, or see big cats and monkeys at the Island’s animal sanctuaries. Activity lovers can walk any or all of the 67-mile coast path, cycle country lanes, or hire SUPs or kayaks at nearby Steephill Cove.

If you want to explore further afield, nowhere on the island is more than an hour away from Ventnor by car and local buses will take you to Ryde, Shanklin and Newport.

We had a fantastic family holiday over the Easter Break at the Beach House. We were the first guests to stay and whilst we did have some reservations about that, the house was clean and in excellent condition. The whole process was also very well managed by Island Holidays with a bottle of prosecco for us and Easter chocolates for our children already in the fridge on our arrival. The house had all the basic necessities including Liz Earle hand soap in all the bathrooms. The location in Ventnor was additionally perfect being seconds from the Esplanade and beach and just a 5 to 10 minutes’ walk from the town centre. There was also a lot of useful information in the guest book. Whilst we thought we might have got bored after one week, there were still many things left for us to do and explore in the Isle of Wight at the end of our stay. We could have easily and happily stayed for two weeks in total. The only slight negative is that the sea view is partially obstructed. However, this did not detract at all from our enjoyment of the house and our stay. We would happily stay again in the future and have already forwarded the link to this house to all of our friends contemplating a holiday in the South of England.



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