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Morse Cottage

Niton

Prices from £405

Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms

  • Off-street Parking
  • Cot/Travel Cot
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD Player
  • Garden Furniture
  • High Chair
  • Linen Provided
  • Television
  • Towels Provided
  • Washing Machine
  • WiFi
  • Easy Disabled Access
  • Pet Friendly
  • Children Friendly

Morse Cottage is set in a unique location, off the beaten track, surrounded by open countryside with gated access to the coastal path where there are panoramic views along this spectacular coastline including St Catherines Lighthouse and Oratory. Set within ten acres of private meadowlands, adjoining National Trust Land, Morse Cottage is ideal for walkers, photographers, bird watchers or those just looking for a relaxing holiday away from the hustle and bustle. Originally the local telephone exchange, known as 'Niton Radio', this interesting property has been converted to offer spacious accommodation arranged on one level, with an open plan living area, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Good disabled access.

Larger groups can rent the adjoining 'Old Signal House' which sleeps 9, ideal for families or friends who wish to holiday together - the connecting door makes it a larger property to sleep 13 in total.

Niton village is about half a mile distant with a variety of local shops including convenience store, post office with tea rooms, butchers and pharmacy. The White Lion is a traditional family pub offering a selection of home made dishes. At the nearby Niton Undercliff, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is the Buddle Inn with splendid views overlooking the sea. Opposite are steps leading to Castle Cove with its history of smugglers and ghosts. One mile along the coastal road to the west is the popular Blackgang Chine theme park, a fun day out for all the family. A trip along the Military Road to Freshwater Bay offers magnificent views over the English Channel and the sandy beaches of Whale Chine, Brook and Compton Bays. The nearby Victorian resort town of Ventnor offers interesting architecture, shops, bars and cafes.

DOGS PERMITTED AT AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE OF GBP35.00 PER DOG PER WEEK - MAX 2




ACCOMMODATION

Open plan living area with sofa and two easy chairs. TV and DVD player. Two sets of French doors to decked patio.  Far reaching country views, over downs and north east coastline.

Kitchen area with storage units, free standing electric cooker, dishwasher, fridge with freezer compartment and microwave. 

Door to inner hallway

Utility room with washing machine.

Bathroom comprising panelled bath with electric shower over, wash basin and w.c.
 
The bedrooms are off the living area and comprise:

 Bedroom 1 with double bed, bedside tables and hanging rail.  En-suite bathroom comprising bath with electric shower over wash basin and w.c.

 Bedroom 2 has bunk beds and a chest of drawers. 

Outside, there is a private decked patio area and parking.

The sitting out area is private and the extensive grounds extend to 10 acres surrounding the cottage and shared with the adjoining holiday cottage.

The Cottage is secluded with a private long drive but close to Village with shops

EQUIPMENT

Oil fired under floor heating
Electric Cooker
Microwave
Fridge with freezer compartment
Washing machine
Dishwasher
Television
DVD player
Wifi
Garden furniture
Stone-topped BBQ table (guests to bring own portable BBQ's) available Mid - July
Cot & high chair on request

Duvets and pillows on all beds.  Linen and towels provided. (Please bring your own beach towels).

LIMITATIONS

Sorry, no smoking inside -  plenty of space outside
Pets allowed at £35 per pet per week
Disabled access to house is good with provisions for wheel chairs 

Ventnor Town

Ventnor on the South of the Isle of Wight is a traditional 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.

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 Harbour 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.

On the main promenade there is a traditional arcade with a range of amusements, then opposite the harbour 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, which won the "Park of the Year Award" at the South and South East England in Bloom awards in 2014. 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.

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 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 northwards to Shanklin, Sandown & Ryde, or travel across the Island to Godshill, Newport or Cowes.


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