Worsleys Abode is a semi-detached property, located within the picturesque village of Godshill.
After spending the day wondering around one of the prettiest villages on the Isle of Wight, be welcomed into a contemporary-style property, offering a home away from home.
Look forward to unwinding within the brightly-decorated sitting room, where you and your loved ones can sink into the sofas, catching up on some of your favourite TV shows, while the roaring woodburning fire fills the room with a warming atmosphere.
Continuing to impress is the open-plan kitchen area which promises to fulfil your culinary needs for a week long break with your family, before enjoying your evening meals within the delightful conservatory room with a dining room set up for six people.
Follow the staircase up to find a well-appointed family bathroom, where you can retreat to a warming bath tub for a relaxing soak with a deserved glass of wine.
On the first floor you will also find three brightly decorated bedrooms, each boasting a tranquil setting for you to wake up to.
During the warmer months, throw open the patio doors to discover a wonderful rear garden, where you can rustle up some summer treats within the BBQ area before enjoying some outdoor games.
Ideally situated, this cottage is a mere 10-minute walk to the local shop and pub, making this perfect for a family who want to be close to essential amenities.
Whilst staying here, you will find a number of attractions to keep you busy, including the model village and Munsley Bog situated within close reach.
If you are visiting with younger guests, they will be thrilled with the Amazon World Zoo situated three miles away and the Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary, located a mile away.
During the warmer months, head to the seaside resort of Shanklin where you can soak up the sun at the beach or enjoy the wealth of shops, restaurants and cafes it houses.
Worsleys Abode promises an outstanding family bolthole to the wonderful Isle of Wight.
About the location
Shanklin 4 miles; Ventnor 4 miles.
Godshill is arguably one of the prettiest villages on the Isle of Wight, and its winding main street is lined with numerous picturesque thatched cottages.
Explore the wealth of quaint shops, fascinating model village or natural history museum, then treat yourself to a mouth watering cream tea at one of the local tea gardens.
Within 4 miles can be found the delightful seaside resorts of Sandown, Shankin and Ventnor, all well known for their mild climate, lovely sandy beaches with great watersports facilities, and lots of family friendly attractions.
How about a nostalgic trip on the Isle of Wight Steam Railway, or a visit to Osborne House, Queen Victoria's magnificent summer retreat? There's such an incredible range of things to see and do on this wonderful island, catering for all tastes and ages..