Little Duxmore Barn has been beautifully converted to provide a heart-warming getaway amidst the lush countryside of the Isle of Wight.
Bring friends, family and couples together to this wonderfully secluded cottage for a relaxing break or an adventure-filled holiday.
Spend many a night in the cosy, welcoming sitting area, blessed with snug seating and a TV and enhanced by traditionally high ceilings, boasting exposed wooden beams to finish the room in style.
The layout opens conveniently into the kitchen and dining areas; the kitchen is dominated by a stunning red brick fireplace housing a wonderful range cooker, whilst the dining room hosts an enticing woodburner to give the property a year-round appeal.
The ground floor concludes with a lovely family bathroom and a delectable twin bedroom, convenient for those with limited mobility.
Little Duxmore Barn benefits from two separate staircases leading to the first floor, both with quirky galleries overlooking the living areas.
One presents a stunning king-size bedroom whilst the other leads to a charming shower room, a twin and a double bedroom.
Make those sunny days memorable out in the fabulous garden, incorporating a lawn and a patio with a barbecue, not to mention a covered games area - there is something to keep everybody busy.
Ryde is a short drive away and is the ideal holiday base, a traditional seaside town with plenty of amenities, a stunning esplanade and a glorious, sandy beach.
The entire island is accessible by car, showcasing everything from shopping and activities to astounding countryside and coastline.
Come and stay at Little Duxmore Barn for an unforgettable break.
Four bedrooms: 1 x king-size (zip/link, can be twins on request, 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x ground floor twin. Shower room with basin and WC, ground floor bathroom with a shower over bath, basin and WC. Kitchen/diner with woodburning stove. Sitting room. External games room with lighting.
About the location
Sandown 7 miles; Newport 7 miles.
Ryde, fondly known as "The Gateway to the Island", is the largest town on the Isle of Wight and became popular as a holiday destination in the 1820s. Today, the regular ferry, catamaran and hovercraft services make this lovely resort accessible for all. There’s so much to see and do, catering for all ages and interests within the town and local area including a wide range of shops, pubs and restaurants, whilst the 6 miles of super, gently sloping sandy beaches are ideal for bathing. Along the esplanade there are bowling greens, tenpin bowling, putting greens and children’s rides as well as a boating lake and paddling pool. With many other attractions within easy reach, Ryde provides a superb base for touring this picturesque island.