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Parterre Apartments

Self Catering - Sandown

A warm welcome awaits at Parterre Holiday Apartments in the popular sunny seaside resort of Sandown on the Isle of Wight. This elegant detached Victorian property is set within its own grounds giving guests ample parking and just a few minutes’ walk away from the town of Sandown and its amenities. Each apartment is fully self contained offering comfort and cleanliness with all modern touches to ensure you have a most enjoyable and relaxing stay.

Ruskin Lodge

Bed & Breakfast - Freshwater Bay

In the beautiful West Wight, Ruskin Lodge is often described by guests as having a warm, relaxed and friendly feel. Visitors are provided with keys to allow free access throughout the day. All rooms are large, light and airy and great care has been taken to retain the period feel of this late Victorian home, with features such as fireplaces retained where possible. Relax in the cosy conservatory or on the balcony, with its unobstructed panorami...

Tuppence Cottage

Self Catering - Shalfleet

Tuppence Cottage is a newly constructed charming spacious detached house located in the heart of the beautiful quiet village of Shalfleet with the award winning “New Inn” public house, famous for its seafood, on its doorstep it is the ideal base for your holiday. The walk from Mill Lane along the bank of Newtown Creek will bring you to the 17th century Shalfleet Quay.Nearby is also Shalfleet Manor where you can take an estuary safari to Newtown E...

Orchard Lee

Self Catering - Wellow

Sleeps 2 - 8+2 in 4 ground floor bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Orchard Lee is a wide-verandahed country bungalow, with "green" geothermal underfloor heating. Located in stunning countryside, in its own meadow with plenty of space for large families, it features level-entry access. The house accommodates 8+2 in 4 bedrooms, or outside high season, each self-contained wing of the bungalow offers 2 bedrooms, sleeping 4 +1. Designed to give ease of ...

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