Niton 1 mile.
This beautiful end of terrace country cottage is located on a small hill, in the rural village of Whitwell, which is just over a mile from Niton on the south coast of the Isle of Wight.
The right hand path at the side of the property, leads to the rear of the cottage where you will find the main entrance via a quaint stable door.
You enter into the charming country-style kitchen, which leads into the stunningly pretty sunny sitting room complete with woodburning stove and comfortable sofa and chair; the ideal place to put your feet up and bask in the warmth of the fire after an exhilarating day walking the picturesque downs that surround this stunning cottage.
To the left of the kitchen is a lovely glazed dining area with a church pew-style bench to continue the charm that flows throughout this cottage.
The family bathroom is located just off the sitting room.
Up the classic cottage staircase you have two bedrooms, to the right is the master double room, with superb uplifting views of the downs, and on the left of the landing is the delightful spacious single room with a day bed.
Throughout this flawless cottage you will find wonderful country styling where the original features have been perfectly enhanced with contemporary fixtures and fittings.
To the rear of the cottage up some shallow steps and under an arch, is the enchanting lawned garden, with a raised patio area with table and chairs.
Whitwell boasts the oldest pub in England which was constructed in 1454, and offers a warm and friendly welcome, as well as good food and a large beer garden for the sunny days.
Walks and mountain biking are plentiful, with many footpaths and bridleways.
Why not walk to the picturesque village of Godshill, with its extremely popular Taveners pub and restaurant, have fun in The Model Village, or sip cider in The Cider Barn?
Another path will take you to Niton where you will discover many useful local shops and two great pubs.
Ventnor is just over three miles away, with its stunning beach and coastline, fishermen’s cottages, local crab and lobster, great cafes, restaurants, boutiques and for a bit of luxury, why not have a treat and enjoy having tea at The Royal, a little bit of Victorian elegance.
The most wonderful rural cottage that can be enjoyed, at any time of the year.