2 Primrose Cottages
Cottage | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8
The cottage is furnished and decorated in a style that enhances its history with stripped oak floors in several rooms and a working open fire in the living room. Electric heating is provided for the cooler months so you’re assured of total home-from-home comfort all year round.
The cottage has a beautiful front garden with seating areas and views across the village to the countryside. To the rear there is a sun-trap patio complete with table and chairs. There are two off-road private parking spaces at the front of the property.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Ventnor 5 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Southampton (via ferry) 30 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player|
|General||TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Further details indoors|
The living room has 2 comfortable leather sofas, coffee table, flat screen TV (free-view) with DVD player and free wi-fi internet access. The room has a working inglenook fireplace (initial supply of logs is provided during the period October to March – additional supplies can be bought locally).
The dining room, which is furnished in old pine, has seating for 8 and an inglenook fireplace which has an electric, coal effect stove and provides a comfortable dining experience for families or groups of friends.
A door from the living room leads to the country style kitchen, with electric oven and hob, slim line dishwasher, fridge / freezer, washing machine and microwave. Complete with a wide range of pots, pans, utensils, china, glass and cutlery to ensure that you are able to cook and dine in comfort.
Stairs rise from the living room to the bedrooms and bathroom. Please note that due to the steepness and open plan nature of the stairs, the property is not suitable for guests with mobility problems and children under 5 will need adult supervision at all times; a stairgate is provided for your use.
The main bedroom, which is finished in cool relaxing colours, has a double bed, ample wardrobe space, a flat-screen TV with integral DVD player, dressing table and chest of drawers. Quality linen, duvets, pillows and cushions, enhancing the luxury feel.
The second bed room has a double bed, wardrobe space, a chest of drawers and has the benefit of a wash basin. Again quality linen, duvets, pillows and cushions, ensure a good night's sleep.
Bedroom 3 has a single bed (and an additional pull-out bed if required) together with a chest of drawers.
Bedroom 4 also has a single bed (and a folding bed for a child if required), a chest of drawers and also benefits from a wash basin in the room
The bathroom, which is furnished with Victorian style fittings, has WC, basin and bath with shower over.
|Further details outdoors|
The front garden is laid to lawn with interesting plants, shrubs and trees, two separate seating areas and pleasant views across the village to the countryside. To the rear there is a walled patio which is a real sun trap. A table and chairs are provided for alfresco dining.
You will be met at the property by our housekeeper who will provide you with keys and explain how everything works.
Please note that this is a non-smoking property (with the exception of the garden) and that pets are not permitted.
Changeover day is usually Saturday but we will be flexible if we can; please contact us to discuss further.
Once you have made a provisional booking we will send you a contract which should then be returned together with a non-refundable deposit of 20% of the rental (either by cheque or by bank transfer).
Please note that your booking will be held for 5 days and is not confirmed until we have received the completed contract, the deposit and funds have cleared. The balance must be paid 8 weeks prior to arrival, failing which we reserve the right to re-let the property and your deposit will be forfeited.
Additionally, we require a returnable security deposit of £150 to be paid with your final balance. This will be returned once our housekeeper has confirmed that there is no damage, that keys have been returned and that no unreasonable additional cleaning has been required.
The Isle of Wight region
The Isle of Wight is home to some of the most diverse countryside in the UK, and what better way to unwind than to get out into the fresh air and explore?
Whether you prefer a leisurely stroll or something more energetic, you can discover historic farms, pretty lanes, thatched villages, coastal trails and woodlands. It's easy to find your way around, with over 500 miles of carefully maintained footpaths and signposts to follow.
Walking, cycling and bird watching are popular all year round and every May the Island hosts the UK's largest walking festival.
Whitwell, Isle of Wight
Whitwell is a small village located on the south of the Isle of Wight, approximately 3 miles north-west of Ventnor, the village's nearest town. In addition to this, it is about five minutes away from its neighbouring small villages of Godshill and Niton.
Whitwell's small size has led it to become a very close-knit community with a range of amenities including a garage, a 700 year old church, the oldest pub on the island which is serves excellent food and a post office. A trout farm is located towards Nettlecombe, with three lakes covering 1.5 acres (6,100 m2). The waters are well stocked with carp, roach and tench.
Whitwell is named after the "White Well" in the village which was visited by many during medieval times on pilgrimages, and now well dressing occurs annually each summer.
Nearby Ventnor is a Victorian seaside town situated on the southern side of the Isle of Wight, right in the heart of the famed Undercliff, much of which is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. Visitors to Ventnor will find a great variety of established local shops, restaurants, public houses and holiday accommodation. All provide a friendly service both to their local community and its visitors. Many serve local freshly caught fish and locally brewed ales.
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2 Jan 2014
"Perfect in every way!"
We stayed here over the Christmas period for an 80th birthday celebration. Our party consisted of young children, teenagers and elderly parents. The owner couldn't have been more welcoming. There… More
Thank you so much for your review; we are so pleased to your enjoyed your stay at the cottage and that you found it comfortable. We shall look forward to welcoming you again in the future.
5 Nov 2013
"Charming, well-equipped cottage, in a useful location"
My and my sister's families stayed here in the summer of 2013, and it was an excellent base for our holiday on the Isle of Wight. The village of Whitwell is nice enough, with a good pub a few min… More
30 Sep 2013
stayed here with 6 friends. Lovely cottage! A great location to explore the Isle of W. The local pub is within walking distance and serves really good food.All amenities you could want! Really comfort… More
19 Sep 2013
"Beautiful setting, comfortable and spacious cottage, great location"
Seven friends stayed at this cottage, and we had lots of room. The lounge is very spacious, and the owner has thought of everything you might need. The patio courtyard created a sunny and lovely spot … More
1 Oct 2012
"Lovely cottage in excellent location"
This is the perfect little holiday cottage, in an excellent location for local sights and villages. It was extremely easy to book through the letting agents and the lady who lived next door who looked after the holiday cottage was really helpful giving us a full tour of the cottage and its amenities/shops, pubs close by before nipping to the shop for milk for us !!
We are a young family of four (becoming five shortly), the cottage has four bedrooms all well decorated and very comfortable, a bathroom with a shower, downstairs there is a living room and a dining area, then a kitchen which is fully equipped for you to make yourself at home, ( washing machine and dishwasher included) a small back yard outside which has a table and chairs for you to sit outside in the sunshine if you wish. All in all very quaint. The location of the cottage is excellent, the villages close by really are something out of a picture book with the thatched roofs on the cottages to the Victorian seaside town of Ventor, a place we would definately recomment to visit, our girls aged 9 and 6 loved the beach with its deckchairs and parasols as did we, Godshill was another favourite place of ours too, but there really is too many places to mention. ( Also every pub, restaurant we visited close by were so welcoming to families and geared up for tourists, we didnt have a bad meal anywhere, and they were very clean) We would highly recommend this cottage to any age although one point, anyone who is hard of walking or possiblly anybody who struggles with stairs might find the stairs in the cottage difficult as they are quite steep. We are planning on coming back to the Isle of Wight and we certainly wouldnt look past booking this cottage again.
6 Sep 2012
"Comfortable cottage in lovely part of the island."
We filled this cottage with our six children (aged 3-18 years) for our two week holiday in August. The double rooms were comfortable with plenty of drawer and hanging space and although the singles were snug with the pull out beds, they did the job of fitting our whole family in.
The cottage was very well equipped, if it wasn't there we didn't need it! It is also well situated to explore the island. We surfed at Compton Bay (with iowsurf.com), went crab fishing off Yarmouth pier, saw the fireworks at The Needles, visited Carisbrooke Castle, Osbourne House and Robin Hill and enjoyed sunny days on the beaches at Sandown and Compton, to name just a few of our activities.
Eating out, the village pub in Whitwell is worth a visit and the extensive menu leaves you spoilt for choice. We also ate at the Spyglass Inn at Ventnor, often busy but lovely views across the sea. For a very simple, relaxed lunch try the Wellbread Bakery and Cafe on the High St in Cowes. A typical lunch would be chilli or soup with great thick slices of their artisan bread served with wooden trays of butter and large bowls of jam or marmalade too. We loved it!
Having holidayed on the Isle of Wight for several years now, we thoroughly enjoy revisiting old favourites such as Osbourne House, but still find new things to see and do each time we go. 2 Primrose Cottages was a lovely base for our family holiday this year and we look forward to returning soon.
Many thanks for your review. We're so glad that you enjoyed both the cottage and our beautiful Island
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