This beautifully presented mews cottage is perfectly located within the heart of the historic town of Brading on the Isle of Wight.
Excellently appointed throughout to provide comfortable, contemporary accommodation, this Brading cottage is ideal for couples or families looking to spend some quality time together exploring this beautiful island.
This Brading cottage offers an extremely well-equipped open plan living area, with ample seating for you to relax in at the end of your busy day, and doors out to the enclosed patio garden, with furniture and a charcoal BBQ, perfect for alfresco dining any time.
To the front of this lovely Brading cottage you will find off road parking for one car, ideal should you decide to use some of the great local bus and train services nearby, and the town's amenities, which are on the doorstep.
Brading offers many historical delights, from the 1900-year old Roman villa to Lilliput Antique Doll & Toy Museum and the beautiful Nunwell House.
There are 70 footpaths around this Brading cottage, taking in the beauty of the marshlands and its amazing bird life, and stretching all the way to the Downs.
Within easy reach of this Brading cottage you can explore Adgestone Vineyard, which is set on the south-facing slope overlooked by Brading Down, where it is believed the vines were originally planted by the Romans.
Just up the road you will find Yaverland with its fossil-bearing beach and the Isle of Wight Zoo.
The perfect Brading cottage to explore all the island has to offer.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double with TV, 1 x family room with 1 adults bunks and 1 x child's single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Sandown 1.7 miles; Ryde 4 miles; Newport 8 miles.
A small historic rural town, steeped in history going back to the Stone Age, Brading is close to many attractions, from the 1900 year old Roman Villa, to Lilliput Dolls Museum and the beautiful Nunwell House, which hosted Charles I on his last night of freedom. Around Brading there are 70 footpaths taking in the beauty of the marshlands and its amazing bird life, stretching to the Downs, which lie within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Brading also offers three welcoming pubs which serve food daily, a professional international auction room, with one to two auctions every month, specializing in fine art antiques and modern and vintage wares. Just outside the town you will find Adgestone Vineyard, which is set on the south facing slope overlooked by Brading Down, where it is believed the vines were originally planted by the Romans; its award-winning wine was chosen in 1994 for the dinner for the Queen to celebrate the anniversary of the D-Day Landings. Brading is also perfectly located for many of the Islands beaches, with the sands of Sandown and Yaverland only 1.7 miles away and the rock pools of Bembridge beach 3.5 miles away.