This modern terraced cottage sits overlooking the wonderful seaport of Cowes on the Isle of Wight.
Set over three floors and with everything you need just a stone's throw away, this is the ideal place to stay for an unforgettable holiday with your family or friends.
Step off of West Cowes bustling town centre and into your welcoming home for the week, be greeted by the contemporary sitting room, here you can put your feet up on the snug sofa with the Smart TV to watch at your leisure.
The kitchen is immaculately furnished, with claytone furnishings and metro tiles adding a touch of class to the place, enjoy family mealtimes in the quirky dining room with features reminding you of your wonderful coastal location.
The ground floor also occupies a stylish, grey tiled family bathroom for your convenience.
The tastefully decorated bedrooms come set on the first and second floors, the second floor bedroom is thoughtfully designed to host sleeping accommodation for three people, perfect for bringing your little one along.
The master bedroom on the first floor benefits from a lovely en-suite shower room.
Cowes provides you with everything that you could wish for and more, with an abundance of places to shop, eat and drink, along with fascinating museums and a glorious sandy beach, there is something to do for everybody.
The whole of the Isle of Wight is easily accessible, from the delightful towns and villages to the rural Isle of Wight AONB and the Hamstead Heritage Coast for you outdoor lovers.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area surrounding the high-quality Levante.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x second floor triple room with double and single, 1 x king-size with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double. Ground floor bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room (seats 6). Sitting room (seats 6).
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.