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Little Brook

Ningwood

Prices from £490

Sleeps 2 in 1 bedrooms

  • Off-street Parking
  • WiFi
  • Garden Furniture
  • Television
  • Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
  • Pet Friendly

Please contact us if you require a flexible arrival day

Little Brook
is a charming dog friendly detached 1 bedroom studio style cabin located on the main route to Yarmouth, on the Island’s west coast, with a fabulous dog friendly pub / restaurant nearby. The lovely, enclosed garden allows for a secure area for the dog and a private area for sitting out. The layout is simple and provides all that you need for a perfect getaway, and this is positioned to provide a centrally located base to explore the Island. Great for walkers, cyclists, or dog lovers. Set back in the grounds of Brookside Cottage, this single storey accommodation has parking and a fair degree of privacy, especially in the enclosed garden to the rear. There is a kitchen with an electric oven/grill and hob as well as a microwave, kettle toaster and fridge. The shower room has a heated towel rail, shower enclosure WC and wash-hand basin and the comfy double bed has freshly laundered linen to welcome you for your first night. The bedroom, dining area, kitchen and sitting room area is all open plan, with a TV in the corner. Stable doors open off the living space and bedroom area, into the garden. Island Holiday Homes are confident you will enjoy your stay at Little Brook and will want to return with your furry friend.



ACCOMMODATION

Access – Entrance to Brookside Cottage off the main road with Little Brook set back in the plot with ample parking area.

Open plan single storey accommodation – step and slope to garden. Stable door to accommodation.

Living Area - 2-seater sofa. TV stand with 32-inch TV. Archway to bedroom area. Open plan to kitchen. Stable door to garden.
 
Kitchen and Dining Area – Small dining table and two tucked in chairs. Floor units with stainless steel sink. Wall unit. Under counter fridge. Microwave. Kettle and toaster. Electric oven, grill, and hob. Window to front.
 
Bedroom Area – Wooden bed frame with double mattress. Bedside tables with lamps. Ingle wardrobe. Radio. Wall mirror. Door to shower room.
 
Shower Room – Shower enclosure. Pedestal wash-hand basin. WC. Wall mirror. Shelf. Window to front.
 
Outside – Enclosed rear garden suitable for a dog with a 2-seater bistro patio set.
 
 EQUIPMENT
 
Free wi-fi internet
Television
Electric oven and grill
Electric hob
Kettle and toaster
Microwave
Electric heating
Fridge with freezer compartment
Garden furniture
Welcome pack
BBQ
 
Dog friendly – 1 max

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

LIMITATIONS
No smoking or E-Cigarettes
No candles/naked flames
 

Local Area

Ningwood

Ningwood itself is a rural village with a popular dog and family friendly restaurant pub renowned for its home cooked meals. With a local village store - open 8am to 7pm [9 to 1 Sundays] 1 mile away in Shalfleet, as well as fine dining pub; the new Inn, you will never be too far away from a comforting meal or some pantry essentials. The best thing about Ningwood and the surrounding area though are the walks. 1 mile away in Shalfleet you will locate access to the National Trust Newtown National Nature Reservation conservation area of Newtown Creek. Here you will find a handy car park just at the bottom of Town Lane, a fabulous area to explore, birdwatch and cycle. Nearby to the Horse and Groom there is a footpath to access the coastal and woodland paths that will take you all the way into Yarmouth, a 7-mile trek along one of the most scenic paths in the south of England – approximately 3.5 hours. Keep your dogs on their leads here. Ningwood is also on the main bus route to Yarmouth and the West Wight as well as northward into Newport, the Islands County town. We will leave the rest of the adventure to the visitor.

Yarmouth
The historic town of Yarmouth is situated in the West of the island, being one of the main entry points, for car and foot passengers from the mainland via Lymington, a serene journey or around 30 minutes.

The Town square has a traditional coaching house, parish church and town hall and during the course of the year hosts events such as The Annual Pancake Race, Bonfire Night procession and Christmas Carols. Yarmouth Harbour is a magnet for sailors; it is the first Island harbour after navigating the Needles Channel and entering The Solent, during the summer months a variety of craft from many countries visit and there is an annual gathering of Old Gaffers’ yachts - 2024 dates tbc.

The oldest town on the Isle of Wight Yarmouth is also the second smallest in England and it boasts a long and rich history. First settled in 991AD and featured in the Domesday book, commissioned for William the Conqueror, Yarmouth’s original main anchorage lay in the deep-water haven [today’s marshes to the south and west] connecting the River Yar to Thorley, where the original quay and centre of local population was sited. During the reign of Henry I, the Lord of the Isle of Wight, Baldwin de Redvers, in strengthening his Island Possessions, decided to create an accessible purpose-built town at Yarmouth, to which he granted an official charter in 1135, the first such on the island. The original Norman Grid lay-out remains unchanged to this day.

Yarmouth flourished and by c. 1200 became an important port town, along with Southampton and Portsmouth. Its status was reflected by having two churches and it remained strong, even with competition from Newport and Newtown. All three towns were sacked by a powerful French and Castilians force in 1377 and Newtown never recovered but Newport and Yarmouth did, gaining full Borough status in 1440. This was until it was halted in the reign of Henry VIII when it was destroyed by the French for the second time! Henry VIII responded by ordering the immediate commission of Yarmouth Castle, which was completed in 1547 and brought security to this then walled town. It is well worth a visit.

Yarmouth is a beautifully peaceful and pleasant town these days with plenty of interesting shops, pubs, and eateries. Exploring this historic town is a joy and if you want to venture away from Yarmouth nothing is too far away.
5th time here. Could not wish for a better place to stay. It's been our haven.
Lovely hosts. Somewhere where we can relax. We know the island very well, so not out and about as most people.
Just time for us to unwind and forget things. We did go out- 'Happy Haddock' is a great Fish & Chip shop in Sandown.
We love it here and have already booked to come back in May. Fully recommend.

We have had a lovely week, here on the Isle of Wight. Been out and about everyday and not seen a fraction of what the Isle of Wight has to offer.
The Horse and Groom pub is excellent and is very good value. We will return..!!

We consider ourselves very fortunate to have found this little gem for our stay here. It ticks all the boxes- comfortable, clean and well equipped, with the bonus of the enclosed garden.
Good location too. Thank-you Samantha and Martin. Great job done. Will recommend.

Really enjoyed our stay at Little Brook. Such a lovely, peaceful place with such a beautiful garden. So many great dog walks around, within a short distance. Duke had a great time.
The Horse and Groom pub across the road is a brilliant pub, with excellent food. Also Yarmouth, which is just down the road, is a lovely old fashioned town, with some great places to eat.
We can highly recommend The Bugle Inn and The Blue Crab also do excellent fish & chips. Many thanks for a brilliant week.

We had a lovely time here. The cottage is such a cosy, clean and comfortable base to explore all the Isle of Wight has to offer and the weather has been just perfect!
Cassie is going to miss the wonderful, large enclosed garden too! Thanks so much also for the lovely, welcoming cream tea!

Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. Cottage, though small, has everything you need.
Clean and well-equipped, with very friendly owners next door. Enjoyed our meals at The Horse and Groom.

We have enjoyed our stay in Brook Cottage. We have had lovely weather, which made our house-hunting much better.
'Little Brook' was clean, well equipped, in fact one of the cleanest places we have stayed, and that makes all the difference to our stay.
Thank-you to Samantha and Martin.

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