Holiday Cottages In Brighstone To Rent
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On a stroll around Brighstone, you will find a small museum and National Trust owned cottages as well as a selection of shops and places to eat. Further afield there is lots to explore on the Isle of Wight. Its coastal location makes Brighstone a great spot for coastal walking, beach trips or visiting The Needles. There are also plenty of footpaths and bridleways to explore inland. This is a beautiful place to stay for a relaxing holiday.
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Jean - verified booking
"We have been going to the Island for 25+ years and have stayed at S14186 for 10+ years. I have also booked for next year already. The house is in the Doomsday Book but has a modern interior and the working watermill is attached. The house is comfortable and lacks nothing. The beds are already made up and bath towels, tea towels, etc are provided. The kitchen has everything for a holiday let and the Cafe is only a few yards away (handy if you stay in some days). The staff are very friendly and go out of their way to help you. This is a family run business which is also one of the Island's attractions. There are several small museums (War Museum, Grandma's Kitchen, etc). Peacocks, doves, chickens, ducks and geese wander about freely and the mill stream contains numerous fish. The cockerels and peacocks start their dawn chorus at about 5am but after the first few days you don't notice this. A car is a must to get round although the local buses stop all over the Island. Don't be put off by the fact the house is in West Wight - the island is relatively small and all the major towns and attractions are within a comfortable driving distance. For everyday shopping it is a 12 minute drive to Yarmouth where, whilst only being a small community, it has a newspaper/PO/gift shop (cash machine outside - no Banks), a pharmacy and a corner shop as well as several eating establishments and hotel restaurants. There are also a few dedicated gift shops. The Wightlink ferry from Lymington to Yarmouth is very handy being so close to Calbourne Mill and only takes 40 minutes running every hour. I would highly recommend this property and the area of West Wight. It is a slower pace of life, much like the 50s and 60s. I have found that not only are the staff friendly and helpful but the Islanders themselves, in general, are very amiable. For a relaxing holiday in pleasant surroundings you can't do any better."
Ivan - verified booking
"STRONGLY advise not to book. The cottage was poorly laid out and quite grimy on arrival and the person who met us to hand over the keys and show us around was clearly not keen or comfortable to be there. After complex instructions about not using too many power sockets at the same time as this will blow the fuse and she is the only one with access to the fuse box, she attempted to change a blown lightbulb (an eco-long life bulb!) and broke it in the socket. It was over one of the child's beds and she was going to just leave it! After we insisted it was changed and done it ourselves she also told us one of the bedrooms did not have any working sockets. We were left feeling the electrics were unsafe! After she left we found that the cottage was not well cleaned, we had to clean the bath before using, floors were not well hoovered, kitchen surfaces were dusty and grimy etc. and the back door was falling apart!I would STRONGLY advise anyone NOT to book this cottage. The price quoted does not include the £50.00 cleaning fee later charged and to cap it all the owner then claimed we left the cottage in such a mess that she had to keep and additional £70 of our deposit to cover additional cleaning. We were only there for two full days, most of which we were not in the house AND my wife is a bit OCD about cleanliness and we had to clean parts of the house ourselves on arrival. We categorically and vigorously dispute her claims yet she refuses to enter in to any communication. She has told the letting agent about me harrassing her with phone calls, saying I had left ten messages. I left one as she refused to answer any calls or text messages and I had to get the agent to contact her about our deposit. This for us has ruined a pleasant, short (2 day) family holiday."
Hilary - verified booking
"We had a great holiday. We enjoyed walks from the cottage within the grounds, found a shady stream with a rope swing. Short drive to carisbrooke castle, colwell bay (sandy beach, great for going in the sea) and mottistone. We booked a Tesco delivery for our arrival and then did little shops at Lidl. There's a family sized fridge freezer so you can do a weeks shop. We went to a lifeboat launch at Bembridge, and cycled the red squirrel trail from shanklin. We ate at Pavarotti's in shanklin, highly recommend, and went to the chine in the evening. We also went to godshill model village.We had glorious weather which always helps, but there was lots to do, could have happily filled 2 weeks! The children loved being at calbourne mill, we went every morning before they open at 10 to feed the birds and have a pedalo. Youngest child loved the lego table. The lodge is very comfortable, bigger than I expected from the photos. It was lovely and clean and the beds comfortable. The big windows upstairs stopped it getting stuffy or too hot. We didn't get pestered by the birds at all, the children loved seeing them walk about. We ate all our meals on the veranda and didn't use the dining room at all but it was very spacious. Thank you for a lovely holiday."
Helen - verified booking
"Lovely light airy open plan eco house.Practical things which could be acted on to make it even better - 1 Toilets didn't flush properly. Water constantly trickling through so took hours to refill after use. Awkward when whole party trying to leave together. Please sort the toilets out!2 Recycling instructions - there were none, which for an eco pod which makes much of its green credentials is poor. There was one green wheely bin - no information about whether this was for glass and cans, or paper and cardboard, or all together, and whether waste should be presented separated out or commingled. No food waste bin at all. Where does the residual waste go? When are collections? No excuse for an eco pod not providing recycling instructions.3 Provide better quality loo roll. The starter set of one roll per bathroom provided was one ply which is cheap, and the eco pods are not. If it's recycled then say so. If not then splash out on the sort of quality people usually buy at home. 4 The children were uncomfortable about sitting on the balcony because of the peacock poo. Could this be cleaned up more often?The boats - the pedals don't work well on the pedalled, put us off this year."
Stephen - verified booking
"First visit to the Isle of Wight and my partner and her daughter came away wanting to move there! S14191 is a wonderful, comfortable, well appointed cottage with excellent views to the rear and has clear signs of probably being someone's own holiday home given the quality of the home furnishings, kitchen, floor tiling etc. Sunrises at rear allowed most breakfasts to be eaten al fresco in rear garden. Watched fields being harvested everywhere as we travelled around. Two excellent village stores about a 15-20 minute walk into centre of Brighstone. S14191 is adjacent to a public pathway so heightening the rear garden lower fence sections would have allowed us to relax more as we have a large but very friendly German Shepherd who liked to greet passersby at the fence which was disconcerting for some walkers. Access is via an unmade road with a slightly tight swing into the gated drive but we managed to drive our hired Hyundai i800 (roughly size of a Ford Transit) into the drive first time every time; anything much larger might struggle to do so. With care I also managed to turn it around on the L-shaped drive in about 5-7 manouevres so I could drive it out forwards."