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Lavender Cottage

Entire cottage hosted by Island Holiday Homes
5 guests3 bedrooms3 beds1 bathroom

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Due to COVID-19 there are lockdowns in place across the UK and travel is not permitted other than in limited circumstances until at least April. Failure to follow the law is a criminal offence.
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A traditional bijou cottage, perfectly positioned in the heart of the Arreton Valley on the Isle of Wight. Refurbished to a high standard, the three cosy bedrooms can accommodate up to five people and it is perfect countryside retreat with two pubs and a farm-shop just steps away from the door.

The cottage dates from the 18th century and many of the original features remain intact today. It has a feature fireplace in the living room and exposed beams throughout.

The cottage is ideal for couples and friends, short breaks and holidays. Great for walkers, guests with pets and cyclists as there are some lovely walks and rides in the local area. Opposite is a 12th century Church and direct access to country walking routes across the picturesque Brading Downs.

Just a few doors away you will find two pubs, both serving local food and drink, The Dairyman’s Daughter of Arreton Barns, the Island’s largest centre for arts and crafts and The White Lion.
Visitors will not be disappointed with this warm, cosy and quiet sanctuary set amidst the historic scenery of the Valley.

The whole cottage and its garden with reserved parking is situated in Arreton Barns.

DOGS PERMITTED AT AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE OF GBP35.00 PER DOG PER WEEK - MAX 2 ( downstairs only and not in the bedrooms )
A traditional bijou cottage, perfectly positioned in the heart of the Arreton Valley on the Isle of Wight. Refurbished to a high standard, the three cosy bedrooms can accommodate up to five people and it is perfect countryside retreat with two pubs and a farm-shop just steps away from the door.

The cottage dates from the 18th century and many of the original features remain intact today. It has a feature f…
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Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed
Bedroom 3
1 single bed

Amenities

Free parking on premises
Kitchen
Wifi
TV
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Washing machine
Heating
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Location

Arreton , North Wight, United Kingdom

Newport Town

Newport is the principal town of the Isle of Wight, which is located in the centre of the Island and often referred to as its capital.

This historic town centres on two elegant squares with Georgian and Victorian architecture surrounding them, with the town’s quay a short distance away.

The Isle of Wight Festival takes place every June at Seaclose Park in Newport, which runs adjacent to the River Medina.

Newport offers plenty of things to do and is a great place for shopping with a number of well-known chain stores mixing with smaller independent shops across the two main squares, Newport High Street and the side streets.

There is a regular market which is based across the town on a Tuesday, with a highly rated farmers market (which is a regular stop on The Queen’s Isle of Wight visits) selling a good range of local produce on Fridays.

There are also a good selection of attractions around Newport with the Museum of Island History, Quay Arts Centre and the Newport Roman Villa all within walking distance of the centre.

Swing on by to Monkey Haven – the happiest attraction in town! You’ll meet all kinds of wonderful creatures at this popular animal sanctuary, including the singing Lar Gibbons, cheeky Meerkats, slithering snakes and the cutest owls.

Newport Minster is the church in the centre of Newport. Whether you like history, church buildings, concerts, exhibitions, services of worship or simply a place to be quiet the Minster has something to offer you. With fascinating historical links, Newport Minster is also part of the Victoria's Island Trail.

Newport also offers a good range of entertainment both during the day and most evenings.

There is a multi-screen cinema just outside the town centre, with the Medina and Apollo Theatres both offering a range of shows at various times of the year, and there are also a number of late night venues located on the High Street.

A short distance outside of Newport you can find some of the most popular attractions on the Isle of Wight.

Carisbrooke Castle to the West of the town centre is the 12th century fort most famous for imprisoning Charles I after his defeat in the English Civil War.

Set in 88 acres of beautiful countryside, and with some incredible day and night time experiences to be found throughout the season, Robin Hill Country Park is the perfect destination for visitors of all ages

There are a lot of great options for eating out in Newport, with a range of world cuisines on offer both during the day and in the evenings at restaurants around the town.

During the day Newport buzzes with shoppers and there are a lot of places to grab a bite to eat and some refreshment, with cafes and sandwich bars located in and around the main squares.

There are also several chain restaurants and food outlets around the town.

The Isle of Wight Festival is the one of the key events in Newport’s events calendar!

In addition to this famous event, there is also a regular programme of events taking place at Newport’s theatres and the Quay Arts Centre.

Eklectica at Robin Hill is a brand new boutique festival taking place at the beginning of September.

The International Classic Car Show spends one of its 2 days on the Island at Newport Quay and there are regular meets in Newport as part of the Isle of Wight Scooter Rally’s.
Newport Town

Newport is the principal town of the Isle of Wight, which is located in the centre of the Island and often referred to as its capital.

This historic town centres on two elegan…

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Island Holiday Homes is the premier self catering holiday accommodation agency for the Isle of Wight. The team is made up of Sharon (Manager), Terry, Kerry and Alison and are here to help you find your perfect holiday home to share with family and friends from where to explore and enjoy our beautiful Island with its miles of sandy beaches, unspoilt coastline, stunning scenery, historic attractions and a varied range of events to suit all. Travel to the Island with your car and book your return car ferry tickets via Island Holiday Homes at discounted rates* Call now or view our selection of self catering holiday homes on-line. Booking is quick, easy and secure. The team look forward to welcoming you to the Isle of Wight. Regards Island Holiday Homes *subject to availability
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House rules
Check-in: 17:00 - 19:00
Check out: 09:00
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed
Health & safety
Committed to Airbnb's enhanced cleaning process. Learn more
Airbnb's social distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm not reported. Learn more
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit – if you damage the home, you may be charged up to £150
Cancellation policy