Chalet | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
This spectacular Beach Hut and Boat House is approached from the cliff top and from all accommodation you benefit from uninterrupted, extensive sea views. The chalets have a wonderful decked area at the front with a table and chairs. This is the ideal place for enjoying al-fresco dining or just taking in the evening sunshine looking out as the sun sets, whilst enjoying a cold drink of your choice.
In the Beach Hut there is an open plan living room with a well fitted kitchen and dining area that seats 4 people and a sofabed for the 'extra' person or occasional guest. The bedroom has a double bed and overlooks duel aspect windows to the ocean. There is an integral shower room off the living area with WC, basin and shower area. The property has a feel of space with plenty of air, light and room making you feel comfortable and relaxed. Whilst staying in this property you will truly feel as though you are in another country.
The Boat House is a separate studio chalet off the same decked area, again with magnificent views. This accommodation provides a futon double bed, a day bed with kitchenette area and there is a WC off.
Both units have access to a further shower area to the rear and the lovely garden area.
Apart from having the luxury of being right on the beachfront the area has plenty to offer if you want to travel a little further a field. The Isle of Wight is known for its breathtaking scenery and half of the island has been designated as an ‘Area of outstanding beauty’. This makes it the ideal locaiton for scenic walks and bike and horse rides in order to see the full spleandour of the region. Whatever time of year this property offers you a fantastic setting to get away from ‘real life’ and indulge in some proper rest and relaxation.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Forelands, Bembridge|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest railway: Brading 6 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 3|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
|Further details outdoors|
The main house, Ledge House has the benefit of a tennis court close by, arrangements may be made to use the court from time to time. There is direct access to the beach and foreshore and whilst great for kids is not suitable to unsupervised youngsters or non-swimmers, etc.
Uninterrupted view of the beach and sea/ Private garden/ Decking/ Pub Nearby/ Outdoor Furniture/ Washing Machine/ Well behaved pets are allowed by arrangement at a small fee.
The Beach hut is available 'alone' or together with the Boat House, quoted rates are for the Beach Hut, the Boat House is an additional £300 per week.
Highchairs, stairgates and travel cots may be provided if requested at a nominal cost, if available and need to be reserved.
Dogs are charged at £35 and each additional dog £45.00.
Linen is not included but available at £25.00 for the beach hut and £10.00 for the sofa bed.
£25.00 for the boat house.
Changeover day is Friday.
The Isle of Wight region
Located off the Southern English Coast, this Isle of Wight is a stunning and diverse destination. With 350 ferry crossings a day and routes that link directly with rail, coach and road it couldn’t be easier to get to, take your own car across to the Island or catch the swift passenger ferry and make use of the Isle of Wight’s excellent transport system that has been specifically designed with the holidaymaker in mind.
Known for its breathtaking scenery (half of the Island has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Beauty), the Isle of Wight first became a popular holiday destination in Victorian times and remains so to this day. It is easy to see why this Island is popular, with its stunning coast line, golden sandy beaches and pretty villages, the Island can either be the perfect retreat to get away from it all or you can enjoy an altogether more energetic experience.
The island has over 500 miles of carefully maintained footpaths which makes it ideal for walkers or cyclists. There is an excellent and diverse range of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants located across the Island and you can even hire bikes and follow a designated pub walk.
Bembridge is a small coastal village that is located on the eastern tip of the Isle of Wight. The harbour boasts an array of unusual and distinct house boats and the village centre offers a fantastic array of shops and services. Bembridge is home to the Isle of Wights only Windmill which has recently been restored by the National Trust.
Bembridge Harbour until the late 19th Century extended to Brading and was known as Brading Haven, indeed, Bembridge was originally an island. The sea extended from Yaverland in the south through to St. Helens in the north. Bembridge was a sleepy fishing village, also quite a renowned smuggling place.
After construction of the embankment, bringing trains to Bembridge, the village grew to become a popular Victorian sea side resort. Steamers at that time came into the Point and visitors stayed either at the Spithead Hotel or Old Bembridge Hotel. (Solent Landing has subsequently been built on the site of the original Spithead Hotel and Old Bembridge Hotel has been converted into flats and houses. Wight Holiday Homes have holiday homes in both developments.)
Both Bembridge and St Helens hosts sports days, regattas, carnivals and many more local events, flower shows, etc.
Bembridge Harbour is a very popular sailing venue and boasts two popular Sailing Clubs with both dinghy and keel boat racing throughout the summer. Indeed there is now a lot of winter racing in 'Illusions' (one man keel boats) and scows. During the summer months many visiting yachts come into Bembridge Harbour for weekend visits and rallies.