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Castle Coach House


Prices from £500

Sleeps 2 in 1 bedrooms

  • Off-street Parking
  • Walking distance of shops
  • Walking distance of beach
  • WiFi
  • Garden Furniture
  • Television
  • Linen Provided
  • Easy Disabled Access

Once part of the stable block of the former Steephill Castle, an impressive coastal retreat with connections to Queen Victoria, Castle Coach House is a one bedroom, spacious character cottage that enjoys an enviable location adjacent to Ventnor Park and just a 2 minute walk from miles of stunning, unspoilt coastline walks. With its character features and unique historic charm, this property is sure to impress.

Upon entering the property via a covered vestibule, you will find a spacious reception, dining room with open-plan styling and large ceiling lantern flooding the room with natural light, all creating a bright and airy atmosphere to enjoy.

The large double bedroom is a quiet, cosy haven of tranquillity, with French doors leading to natural stone walled courtyard perfect for morning coffee, a spot of lunch or a quiet evening drink to relax and unwind.

There is a separate galley style kitchen in-keeping with the character of the cottage.

The bathroom is more of an occasion with a free-standing, clawfoot bath being the focal point of the room for a peaceful, relaxing bath and if some company is desired there is comfy chaise longue.

Located adjacent to Ventnor Park, perfect for outdoor activities and peaceful walks. For those who love the coast, this property is just a 2 minute walk to coastal paths leading to stunning beaches, offering picturesque views and the opportunity to explore the coastal beauty of the area.

This terraced property is ideal for couples seeking a home from home with character, charm, and a touch of history. Whether you are looking to relax, explore the nearby park, take a stroll along miles of striking, unspoilt coastline, Castle Coach House offers the perfect balance of tranquillity and convenience.

With its comfortable, cosy furnishings and enviable location, this character cottage steeped in history with connections to Queen Victoria will not disappoint and is the perfect retreat for couples or those seeking peace and solitude.

The cottage is one of four making up the converted stable block and subject to the availability of the other 2 cottages and apartment, can be booked together for friends and family looking to holiday together.

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Gated cobbled courtyard leads to the front entrance and provides car parking

Bedroom: Double bed, bedside cabinets and lamps, wash basin, chair and chest of drawers. Doors lead to stone walled courtyard.

Lounge/diner: Spacious open plan room with feature fireplace, bay window for dining area, sofa and easy chairs, TV, DVD with Sky Movies and Sport

Kitchen: Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge with ice box.

Bathroom: Free standing claw foot bath with hand held shower, WC, WHB and chaise longue, door to courtyard.

Gas central heating
Gas hob, electric oven
Fridge with ice box
Measuring jug
Dish cloth/Oven Gloves?Tea Towel
Roasting Tin
Cooking utensils
Bottle opener/Corkscrew
Wine Glasses
Frying Pans
Smart TV with Sky subscription Movies and Sport
Chest of drawers
Bedside Lamp
Clothes/drying rack
Ironing Board
Dustpan & Broom
Patio Furniture
Enclosed Garden
Off road parking
Toilet roll
Bin bags
Cleaning materials
Smoke detector
Carbon Monoxide detector
Spare lightbulbs

Parking: for 1 car
EV charging: by prior arrangement and subject to addition charges. Unauthorised 'granny charging' not allowed.

Bed linen, FEATHER duvets and FEATHER pillows on all beds, Towels can be hired at £10 per week. Please bring own beach towels.

No smoking
No pets
No children


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” and are available to hire, along with deckchairs and private areas.
Ventnor has plenty of things to do both in the town and nearby.

Ventnor Beach is a great suntrap, and the sand and shingle beach is great for sunbathing and family swimming.

Ventnor Marina and the bandstand development are very prominent on the seafront and offer a great viewing platform to look out to sea, and the 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 zig-zags 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 a number of 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 or drive eastwards to Shanklin, Sandown & Ryde, or travel northwards to Godshill, Newport or Cowes.
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