A lovingly refurbished 1840's cottage located in the center of Ventnor on the Isle of Wight.
Beautifully furnished throughout and close to the beach, the cottage is an ideal retreat for families or friends who wish to spend time together on this beautiful island.
Tailor's cottage comes with an immaculate sitting room and dining area, featuring a welcoming fireplace and a beautifully restored exposed stone wall.
Guests can sit back and relax on the comfortable sofa and enjoy a cosy night in front of the TV.
The downstairs is complete with a stylish family bathroom and a modern, well equipped kitchen where guests can cook delicious family meals after a busy day exploring the island.
Upstairs, the cottage boasts a well-furnished double bedroom and a delightful second bedroom with comfortable bunk beds.
To the back of the house is a large lawned garden and patio area complete with garden furniture and a BBQ, the perfect place to dine al fresco on warmer evenings.
Ventnor is a Victorian seaside destination, offering incredible scenery as well as beaches, traditional pubs and a range of shops and cafes.
The stunning Botanical Gardens are well worth a visit.
The Isle of Wight is around 25 miles long, with all attractions within an easy drive, the island as a whole offers everything from walking paths, castles, historic buildings and some unbelievable natural beauty.
A charming cottage, Tailor’s Cottage can be enjoyed at any time of the year.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x bunk room. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and electric fire.
About the location
Newport 10 miles; Cowes 15 miles.
The quaint Victorian seaside resort of Ventnor is located at the southern end of the island and accessed via an array of steep winding roads set amidst beautiful scenery. Sheltered by St. Boniface Down, one of the island's highest points and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this charming town has a uniquely mild micro climate enabling tropical and exotic plants to grow throughout the area. The gently sloping sandy and fine shingle beaches and coves provide excellent facilities for watersports and offer a range of stunning coastal paths to explore, while the harbour sells a broad range of fresh fish and locally-caught seafood. A good variety of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants line the esplanade, whilst the Botanical Gardens are within easy reach and well worth a visit. With plenty to see and do around the island for all the family, including great walking and cycling opportunities, medieval castles, historic houses and a variety of gardens and waterfalls, as well as the unspoilt fishing bay, this great holiday destination has plenty to offer all year round, and it's easy to see why it's known as the prettiest place on the Isle of Wight.