Situated on the second floor of a wonderful Georgian seafront building, this delightful flat rests on the lovely Hayling Island on the South Coast.
Perfect for couples or small families, guests will appreciate the stunning views of the beach and the Isle of Wight beyond.
Approached by 4 flights of stairs, this freshly renovated property comprises of a homely lounge, promising hours of relaxation, and a well-equipped kitchen.
The master bedroom is the place to be for a good night's sleep, offering a spacious layout with a double and a single bed which would ideally suit a child or an extra guest.
A bathroom completes the interior housing a walk-in shower, so you can get ready in style morning through to evening.
This English seaside resort is something to treasure with miles of beaches with shingle at high tide exposing sand as the tide falls.
The beaches have all been awarded the Blue Flag award for water quality in 2018, great for a family day out.
Children will love the seaside railway and the amusement park and the beach is just a stroll from the front door.
Hayling is a destination for windsurfing and kitesurfing as well as kayaking, sailing and paddle boarding off the sheltered coast or inland harbours of Langstone and Chichester.
The island?s coast is a destination for nature lovers and birdwatchers and inland cycle paths and footpaths provide plenty of opportunity for getting out and about.
For those wishing to visit a memorable retreat in a front line position, this is the perfect choice.
About the location
Havant 4.2 miles; Emsworth 6 miles.
Hayling Island rests south of Havant, in-between the delightful Langstone and Chichester Harbours with views across the Solent to the Isle of Wight with an abundance of attractions to suit all the family. Being a traditional seaside resort - this island is home to three notable beaches, perfect for walkers and nature lovers. The four-mile-long Hayling Billy coastal path is another haven for walkers and cyclists and the location also offers plenty of sporting opportunities, from windsurfing and sailing to kite surfing and golf. Children have plenty to keep themselves occupied including roller coaster rides at the Funland amusement park. The market town of Emsworth is nestled on Hampshire's border close by, boasting narrow streets, a harbourside, charming pubs, restaurants and specialist shops, certainly worth a visit.