This immaculately-presented Grade II listed cottage is situated near the centre of the picturesque village of Brighstone on the Isle of Wight, nestled between the south west-facing coast and the chalk downlands to the north.
Superbly appointed throughout, with classical yet contemporary accommodation, this Brighstone cottage is perfect for couples or families looking to enjoy time together in one of the most stunning parts of the Isle of Wight.
Set over two floors, Weirside Cottage has two striking beamed bedrooms, whilst the ground floor continues to exude character with its beamed sitting and dining rooms.
Outside, the rear patio manages to capture the sun for most of the day, while to the left, step over a small bridge across the Buddle Brook to find your lawned garden, perfect for a relaxing drink while listening to the water passing along the brook.
The friendly village of Brighstone lies within a conservation area and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with its coastline designated as a heritage site providing stunning walks.
Just outside of the village, why not visit the stunning NT Mottistone Manor Garden with hidden pathways and colourful flower borders, or walk through the olive grove and the kitchen garden, where you can purchase many plants that have been propagated at Mottistone.
The perfect Brighstone cottage for your year round enjoyment.
About the location
Newport 7 miles; Yarmouth 8 miles; Cowes 12 miles.
A charming, picturesque village, Brighstone is situated in the South West of the Isle of Wight, and is well known for its terrace of chalk cottages with their neatly trimmed thatched roofs, and is well served by a local shop, Post Office, tea rooms and a pub. A visit to the local museum gives a fascinating insight into village heritage, where smuggling was once a flourishing occupation! The sea is less than a mile away, with beaches at Brighstone and Compton Bays, and the nearby coastal path provides visitors with access to the scenic cliff top gardens at Blackgang Chine, the sandy beaches at Ventnor and the world famous “Needles”.