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Sleeps 10 in 5 bedrooms

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

Cressingham is 5-bedroom Victorian accommodation with sea views sleeping 10 guests in 5 bedrooms. There is a spacious, well-equipped kitchen/diner and a king-size bedroom on the ground floor, a comfortable living room on the first floor and bedrooms on 2nd and 3rd floors respectively. There is a beautiful garden to the rear, which backs onto stunning woodland downs. Outside here there is a fabulous patio are ideal for al fresco dining and relaxing in the tranquillity afforded by this part of the town. To the front there is parking for 2 vehicles and steps leading up to the main entrance.



Access - Steps lead up from the parking area to access the main entrance, although once accessed there is a door available on ground level via the kitchen diner.

Ground floor:
Secondary entrance leading into the kitchen/diner, hall area and one of the king-size bedrooms. Internal staircase to 1st floor hallway. Door to shower room and WC.
Kitchen/Diner – Spacious open plan area extending into a hall area with doors off to the king-size bedroom and shower room. Range of wall mounted and floor standing units with worktops. Fridge freezer. Corner sink. Bosch double oven. Dishwasher. 5-ring gas hob. 4-slice toaster. Microwave oven. Dining table and 10 chairs. Occasional chair. Vintage bar billiards table. Leather sofa and footstool. Flagstone floor. Wall mirror and lights. French doors to front.
King-size Bedroom – King-size bed. Wardrobe. Dressing table and mirror. Chaise longue. Settee and chair. 2 bedside tables with lamps.
Shower Room – Shower enclosure. WC and wash-hand basin. Shelves.
First Floor Hallway:
Spacious hallway with bookshelves, CDs, games, and DVDs. Stairs to lower and first floors and doors off to:
Living Room – Open plan living space with sea views to the front and garden views to the rear. Marble fireplace feature. Two leather settees. Chair. Coffee table. Wooden floors. Table with lamp. Games table. Pool table. DVDs and books. Two occasional chairs and tables. Lamp. Wi-fi.
Utility Room – Step up - Butler’s sink. Washing machine. Drinks fridge. Ironing board and iron Broom and mop. Door to garden.
Separate Cloakroom – With W/C.
Second Floor Landing:
Window in stair well looking over the rear garden to the downs beyond. Stairs to top floor and doors off to:
Family Bathroom – Shower enclosure. Bath. Twin basins. WC. Window to rear. Heated towel rail. Mirrors.

Separate Cloakroom – WC. Wash-hand basin. Mirror.
Bunk Bedroom – Window to front aspect with sea views. Bunk beds. Chest of drawers. Hanging rail. Mirror.
King-size Bedroom – King-size bed. Wardrobe. Settee. Mirror. Windows to front aspect with sea views.

Top Floor Landing:
Window to side. Doors off to:
King-size Bedroom – King-size bed. Wardrobe. Chest of drawers. Bedside tables with lamps. Bose Wave CD player. Dressing table and mirror. Window to front aspect with sea views.
Twin Bedroom – Single beds. Chest and lamp. Window to rear aspect.
Outside Front – Parking for two cars. Ground floor access and steps up to the first-floor main entrance in the hallway.

Outside Rear – Accessed from the first [living room] floor via the utility room. Patio and extensive gardens backing onto the downs
Free wi-fi internet
Pool table
Washing machine
Fridge freezer
Smart TV
DVD player
Games, CDs, and DVDs
Good selection of books
Bar billiards table
Card table
Cooker Grill and Hob
Kettle and toaster
Gas central heating
Fire extinguisher
BBQ [guest to clean after use*]

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

£50 surcharge for failing to clean BBQ after use*
No smoking or E-Cigarettes.
No candles/naked flames

Ventnor Town

Ventnor on the South coast of the Isle of Wight is a picturesque seaside resort, and one of Britain's most famous Victorian health resorts due to its unique micro-climate.
The town lies beneath St Boniface Down (the highest point on the Isle of Wight) and for the most part is built on the side of a steep hill leading down to the seafront and beach.
The beach huts that line the back of the beach are converted Victorian “bathing machines”
Ventnor Beach is a great suntrap, and the sand and shingle beach is great for sunbathing and family swimming.
The Marina and the bandstand development are very prominent on the seafront and offer a great viewing platform to look out to sea, and Ventnor Haven Fishery sells the best in local crab and lobster.
Opposite the marina the spectacular Cascade Gardens run down the side of the cliff where the main road zigzags its way back up into the main town.
Further along there is a children’s paddling pool which features a giant map of the Isle of Wight, and from here there are great walks to Wheelers Bay and Bonchurch along the Sea Wall.
A short distance from the seafront at the Western side of the town you can stroll through the beautiful Victorian Ventnor Park. This leads onto the famous Ventnor Botanic Gardens at the Undercliff, where the town’s micro-climate can be truly appreciated in a 22-acre sub-tropical paradise, see if you can spot the indigenous wall lizards here.
A short walk from here and you will discover one of the Isle of Wight’s best kept secrets, Steephill Cove, which is one of the most relaxing beaches on the Island.
Along Ventnor esplanade there are several pubs, cafes and restaurants offering a variety of food and refreshments, with several alternative places to eat further into town.
With the local fisheries there are some great fish and seafood options available at many of the eateries, and some of the local hotels are highly recommended for their fine dining experiences.
In recent years Ventnor has become the regular host of several big arts and culture events, with the Isle of Arts Festival and Ventnor Fringe.
It is also one of the Isle of Wight’s main carnival towns, with daytime and illuminated processions usually taking place during the summer months.
A short drive along the coast is one of the Isle of Wight’s best-known attractions, Blackgang Chine, and regular events are hosted here to entertain all the family.
You can enjoy the spectacular scenery from the top deck of one of the regular buses that serves the town.
Catch a bus northward to Shanklin, Sandown and Ryde, or travel across the Island to Godshill, Newport or Cowes.

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