Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Lovely, bright , modernised house ideally located in a quiet Victorian terrace adjacent to the historic Newport Quay, and a short stroll to the town centre for shopping, pubs and restaurants.

Comfortably furnished, with a spacious living area to provide accommodation for up to 6 people, the house is ideal for visiting the annual music festival in June, being just minutes walk along the quayside. This Harbour and riverside walk passes parks and beautiful countryside, also a leisure centre with indoor swimming pool and a pub- restaurant, the 'Folly Inn', a favourite with yachts people. After four miles it will eventually lead you to East Cowes, making this location ideal for walking and cycling, as the paths & bridleways are all linked. The popular 'Bargeman's Rest' is situated on the harbour with local food and traditional Ales, as is the Quay Arts Centre, which has a waterside cafe where you can enjoy home-made snacks and delicious cakes.

Newport is the Island's main town and benefits from a central position, ideal for travel to all areas. The bus station, with connections to all parts of the island, is within walking distance of your accommodation, making a holiday without a car very convenient. There are many pubs, restaurants and shops, and a Multi Plex cinema complex, all within easy walking distance.

Newport is full of history, with predominantly Georgian and early Victorian architecture, and although the harbour is no longer the centre of the trade that originally gave Newport its importance, some of the town's former character has been preserved within its narrow alleys, squares and the Quayside.

Other places of interest include the Classic Boat Museum, the Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum, Medina Arboretum, the Guildhall Museum of Island History, Newport Roman Villa and Quay Arts Centre.

Extra Information

Discounted car ferry available on request.

Short breaks available online (not peak season) Christmas & New Year available, price on request.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Private garden
Access Parking

The Isle of Wight region

The North of the Isle of Wight is home to the County Town of Newport, with the Medina River running through it towards the Solent dividing East Cowes and West Cowes. To the West are the villages of Shalfleet and Newtown Creek with a stunning Nature Reserve; to the East are Wootton Bridge and Quarr Abbey.


Osborne House and Carisbrooke Castle are both with English Heritage, shrouded in their history and surrounded by beautiful grounds, definitely worth a visit. Quarr Abbey, further down the coast from Osborne, is a spectacular working Monastery with tea rooms. The Roman Villa in Brading often has educational classes in the café. Newtown is one of the oldest towns in the UK, situated near a nature reserve, a lovely place to walk and enjoy the wildlife.


Best known as the world's premier yachting centre, Cowes is the Island's main port. Yachtsmen from all over the world participate in the season's prestigious sailing events, the best known being Cowes Week, held annually at the beginning of August. Shopping in the narrow pedestrianised High Street is a delight, with some excellent shops, many catering for the yachting fraternity. The town also has an array of fashionable clothing shops, gift shops, delicatessens, cafes, restaurants and lively pubs.

Newport, Isle of Wight

The Nature Reserve at Newtown is the beautiful home to many species of wild fowl. In land Parkhurst Forest offers acres to walk dogs and children, with squirrel trails and woodland for picnics and adventure games.

The Festival and The Bestival

The Isle of Wight has played host to these two increasingly popular music festivals. The Festival is held in early June just outside Newport and has been going since the 60's. The Bestival is held in September at the Robin Hill adventure park and every year announces a different fancy dress theme which everyone throws themselves into. Popular with families, both attract some of the great new and old musical acts and the Island's atmosphere is electric over these festival times.

Places to eat

This part of the Island holds some of the best restaurants and pubs. Cowes being a place of destination for many yachtsmen offers a wide range of cuisine of which Lugleys with its sea frontage is popular. There is also a Lugleys in Newport and Olivo's in Newport and Ryde offing delicious menus. Pier View pub in Cowes serves the best hamburgers, the Sportsman Rest in Porchfield is very popular too with families and is close to good walks.