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Prices from £550

Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms

  • Walking distance of shops
  • Walking distance of beach
  • WiFi
  • Garden Furniture
  • Television
  • DVD Player
  • Washing Machine
  • Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
  • Children Friendly

Brand New for 2022

The ground floor accommodation comprises of a living room with conservatory dining room off; seating 6, and a kitchen. Upstairs are the 3 bedrooms and a shower room with w/c and second w/c.

Bembridge is extremely popular due to lovely selection of beaches and coastal walks all within level walking distance of most of the village. The village itself is well catered for and has a host of shops and stores. The property is situated within walking distance of the village with the harbour area not too far down the hill. There is a local Inn there that has a pizzeria and the first microbrewery on the Island – The Wight Knuckle Brewery. Across the road is the seasonal Harbour View Cafe and further down Embankment Road is the charming Best Dressed Crab seafood eatery; serving local crab, lobster and prawns - said to be an absolute delicacy. With sailing clubs nearby [Bembridge Sailing Club is members only] you have a range of things to enjoy right on your doorstep, including horse riding. There are many more walks and beaches to explore in Bembridge and of course around the whole Island. St. Helens is the neighbouring village - with its pleasant village green, often hosting a cricket match in the summer, the National Trust Duver Conservation area and Bay Watch On The Beach Restaurant, all just a 10 minute drive away. Look for Tackt-Isle Adventures too…watersports, cycling etc. you’ll be totally spoilt staying here.


Front pathway to front door leading to:

Entrance hall – Stairs to first floor, door to:

Living room – Open plan through to conservatory dining room. Two leather settees and two winged armchairs. Wall mounted smart TV. Coffee table. Wi-fi. Lamps. Window seat.

Study Area – Occasional table and sideboard. Double doors to dining conservatory. Doorway to kitchen.

Kitchen - Range of wall mounted and floor standing units with worktops. Tiled splashback. Electric oven/grill with 4 ring hob. Microwave. Fridge/freezer. Kettle and toaster. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Washer dryer. Door to dining conservatory.

Dining Conservatory – Extendable Dining table and 6 chairs. 2 easy chairs. Dresser unit. Double glazed patio door to the rear patio garden. Window to side. 

First Floor Landing: Doors off to Super-king bedroom, twin bedroom, bunk bedroom, shower room and w/c. Also a child’s changing unit with 3 drawers and clothes hanging space

Super-king Bedroom – Super-king-size bed. Bedside cabinets with lamps. Triple wardrobe. Vanity cupboard with wash hand basin. Double glazed windows to front aspect. Cheval mirror. Smart TV. Chair. Laundry basket.

Twin Bedroom – Twin beds. Three drawer chest. Lamps. Double glazed window to rear aspect. Wardrobe. Chair.

Bunk Bedroom – Standard single bunk beds. Double glazed window to rear aspect. Chest of drawers. Lamp. Chair.

Family Shower: Shower enclosure with mains fed shower unit. W/C. Vanity unit with wash hand basin inset. Shelving unit. High level “wind open”window. Towel Radiators (one from c/h and one electric on timer).

Separate W/C – Macerator toilet. Wash hand basin (cold only)

Outside - Paved south-facing patio with flower beds. Garden furniture to seat 6. Shed with cushions for chairs

Parking – Ample street parking.

Free Wi-fi
Gas central heating
Electric cooker with grill
4 ring electric hob
Washing / Dryer
Microwave, kettle, toaster 
Iron & Ironing Board
Smart TVs
Garden furniture. Folding clothes airer / dryer

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

No naked Flames or Candles
No smoking or E-Cigarettes
Sorry no pets

Bembridge Village

Bembridge is situated on the most easterly point of the Isle of Wight, lying behind the spectacular headland of Culver.

A well tended and well equipped village Bembridge has some of the most scenic coastline of any village on the Island.

There are a plethora of interesting eateries and things to do for the whole family in Bembridge an we highly recommend a holiday here to gain the essence of Island life.

It is also claimed to be the largest village in England, with a population of approximately 4,000 residents.

Bembridge stretches around most of the Eastern tip of the Isle of Wight which includes its harbour and three beaches, and has its own airport.

In past years Bembridge Village has won 'Village of the Year' in the BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards. They called Bembridge village a "wonderful coastal setting with a pier and lifeboat station, plus a busy village community with independent shops, cafes and restaurants. With three great beaches and the white cliffs of Culver Down on the doorstep, the village is a perfect base for exploring."

As the village runs along the coast many of the things to do in Bembridge are related to the sea.

The three beaches Lane End, the Ledge and Bembridge Beach are very popular for exploring with contrasting coastlines, rock pools and stunning panoramic views out to sea.

With its substantial harbour Bembridge is a very popular destination for sailing.

On the Lane End Beach you will find the new Bembridge Lifeboat station which stands offshore to form a striking image.

The natural timber building was only completed in 2010 but has become one of the most iconic and most photographed structures on the Isle of Wight in recent years.

Another of the Isle of Wight’s most recognisable pieces of architecture is Bembridge Windmill, on the outskirts of the village, which is maintained by The National Trust.

A short distance from Bembridge is Culver Down, the white cliffs of which can be seen from Sandown Bay all the way through to Shanklin.

The chalk down of Culver has a fascinating mixture of wildlife and natural features, mixed with several remaining military features including a monument with the adjoining remains of a former barracks, a substantial fort owned by The National Trust and a 2nd world war anti-aircraft battery at the end of the cliffs.

Beneath Culver on the Bembridge side is the magnificent Whitecliff Bay, a sheltered cove well worth exploring and best accessed through the Whitecliff Bay holiday park.

At the heart of Bembridge village there are a number of independent shops and eateries.

Most of the places to eat in Bembridge serve locally caught fish, and there are a number of small restaurants with very high reputations for their food.

If you are looking for something more traditional the pubs in Bembridge also offer a good selection of English food.

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


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Postcode for Sat Nav
PO35 5QT