This wonderful end-terrace Victorian coastal cottage, built by one of Queen Victoria and Albert’s Osbourne House builders to commemorate Victoria’s Jubilee, is a five minute easy walk from the bustling sailing and seaport high street of Cowes on the Isle of Wight and is situated next to the National Cycle Route 23.
Perfect for friends and family looking to explore the island while being close to one of the islands most popular shopping and dining destinations.
117 Jubilee Cottages has been thoughtfully upgraded to a high standard for your comfort and enjoyment.
The front door opens into the cosy sitting room with comfortable seating and a Smart TV, which leads through into a dining room with doors opening out into the patio garden.
The galley kitchen is well-equipped with everything you should need for your self-catering holiday, but with so many amenities right on your doorstep you may decide to leave your culinary skills at home!
On the first floor there are two bedrooms sharing a family shower room, with a second flight of stairs leading to a further loft bedroom which includes a double bed and a single day bed.
The garden provides ample seating and a barbecue area, ready to enjoy the Isle of Wight’s famous microclimate and with a gate onto the side path it is an ideal area for cycle storage.
Cowes is famous for professional sailing, especially the Cowes Week Regatta and the Round the Island Race, not forgetting its stunning Victorian architecture, boutique shops, specialist nautical shops, vibrant pubs, cafés and restaurants.
Enjoy a walk from your cottage along Cowes seafront, passing the Royal Yacht Squadron along Egypt Esplanade via the pebble beach with its fabulous sea view and all the way to Gurnard.
There is always some form of spectator yachting activity to be enjoyed which can be extremely exciting during one of the many yachting regattas that Cowes hosts.
If you’re experienced and the Solent calls, there are many rib and yacht hire charter companies, or if you’re a beginner then the UKSA is a perfect place to start your yachting career.
This superb Victorian coastal cottage is perfectly located for year round enjoyment.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x first floor king-size double (zip/link, can be 2’6 twin on request), 1 x first floor 2’6 twin (zip/link, can be king-size double on request), 1 x second floor family room with 1 double and 1 single day bed. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Second floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room (seats 5).
About the location
Newport 5 miles; Ryde 12 miles; Shanklin 14.5 miles; Ventnor 15.4 miles; Freshwater 13 miles.
The bustling port of Cowes is situated by the mouth of the river Medina, and is divided into two distinct towns, linked by the regular floating bridge chain ferry. Both communities have much to offer visitors, with West Cowes known as a world famous yachting centre, with superb facilities for all kinds of watersports, as well as being considered the cycling gateway to the island with the National Cycle Route 23 running through it. It also has a beach and a wealth of excellent restaurants, inns, and plenty of interesting niche shops; there is something for everyone with a fabulous vibe. East Cowes is best known for Osborne House, Queen Victoria’s Italian style country retreat - a tour of the sumptuous royal apartments and magnificent gardens is a must. Cowes is an ideal base for exploring the rest of the island, such as sandy beaches, lovely walking country, picturesque chines and many family attractions such as the The Needles and the Isle of Wight music festival.
Maximum occupancy 6.
Note: During Cowes week the Good Housekeeping bond is £500