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Cape 8


Prices from £550

Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms

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

Welcome to this charming bungalow, located in the West Wight area, available to let as holiday accommodation. This beautifully furnished home is perfect for families and couples alike, offering a cosy retreat near local amenities and close to the pretty town of Yarmouth and it's harbour.

As you step inside, you'll find a delightful open-plan reception room with a garden view, creating a warm and inviting space to relax and unwind. The modern kitchen is also open-plan, boasting natural light and equipped with all the necessary appliances for your convenience. There is also an outside-dining area, where you can just chill.

Yarmouth offers a wide range of pubs and restaurants, to suit all pallets, plus a selection of coffee shops and cafes.

The bungalow is set in open landscaped grounds and pathways, which are gated and safe for children to play games and ride their bikes and scooters on the pathways.

This lovely home features two bedrooms, including a double bedroom with plenty of natural light and a second bedroom with twin beds, also bathed in natural light. The bathroom offers a shower over the bath, adding convenience to your daily routine.

Outside, you'll find off-road parking available, making coming and going a breeze. The property's garden provides a peaceful outdoor space to enjoy the fresh air and greenery.

If friends and family wish to holiday together, another bungalow is very close by, subject to availability. Search Jamestown 2 on our website for a 3 bedroom home of equal appeal and quality that sleeps 6.

Don't miss the opportunity to make this family-friendly, fully furnished property, your home away from home!



Front door leads to: Large open plan living area. 
Sitting area with with two comfy sofas.
Dining area with table and 4 chairs.
Kitchen area fitted with a contemporary range of units and appliances. 
Bedroom with double bed, bedside table and free standing wardrobe. Door leads to front garden and deck.
Bedroom 2 with 2 single beds, bedside tables and free standing wardrobe. Door to rear outside space.
Family bathroom with suite comprising bath with shower over, WC & WHB.
Outside - To the front of the property is a deck for al-fresco dining with a table to seat 4.
To the rear of the property as landscaped borders and rear access to the home. 

Gas central heating
Washing / dryer
Fridge freezer
Electric oven
Gas hob
Extractor hood
Iron & ironing board
Smart T.V.
DVD player
Free Wi-Fi
Garden furniture for the patio
Duvets and pillows on all beds, linen provided.
Linen & Towels Supplied (bring own beach towels)

No smoking
No Pets 

Yarmouth Town

Yarmouth town is located on the North-West of the Isle of Wight, and acts as one of the gateways to the Island with one of the main ferry services operating from its harbour.

The historic port town sits at the mouth of the River Yar and contains some of the oldest architecture on the Isle of Wight, including a 16th Century castle.

Tapnell Farm Park is the perfect place to enjoy some family time, and is perfect to visit in all weathers. Meet the wallabies, visit the play barn and enjoy spending time with the animals in the farmyard barn.

The harbour at Yarmouth is always very busy with both ferries and smaller boats, and the town itself offers a good variety of things to do for visitors.

The history of the town is very evident as you walk round and a trip along the Grade 2 listed pier is highly recommended for views across The Solent, and is also known locally for being a great spot for fishing.

Yarmouth Castle, which is tucked away to the side of the ferry dock, is also a great place for sea views and family picnics during the warmer months.

Other popular pastimes are walks and exploring in the local area with two “Sites of Special Scientific Interest” nearby, the estuary of the River Yar and Bouldnor and Hamstead to the East of the town.

There is a road bridge over the river estuary which heads out of the town, and a short distance along is Fort Victoria Country Park, a Victorian gun battery which now houses a number of local attractions.

It is also set in a beautiful country park, with some spectacular coastline, making it another good spot to explore.

Yarmouth offers a wide and varied selection of pubs, restaurants, to suit all pallets and pockets together with coffee shops and cafes. There are selection of boutique style shops, a fantastic deli, convenience store and chandlers. Public transport links are good and you'll also find walking and cycling routes along either the beach or the
banks of the River Yar to take in the outstanding natural beauty of the nature reserve. If you make it to the bridge you'll be rewarded by the splendour of All Saints Church and equally a refreshing beverage and a meal at the Red Lion pub or if you would rather fuel up and walk off your lunch, start at Off the Rails, a licenced eatery
converted from what was once Yarmouth railway station.

The Yarmouth Gaffers Festival is one of the longest running events on the Isle of Wight.

Just to the East of Yarmouth the Rhythmtree World Music Festival takes place at Shalfleet.

Rhythmtree is quickly establishing itself as one of the best new music festivals in the UK and attracts artists from all over the globe.

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