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Isle Of Wight Self Catering
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What our customers are saying about our Pet Friendly Self Catering Holidays In The Isle Of Wight.
Karen - verified booking
"The Crows Nest is a beautiful little cottage with lots of little extras and everything sparkly clean and new. The location is great for coastal walks and good food, we, as a couple and our dog were perfectly suited to the accommodation. Later in the week we were joined by our son, daughter-in-law and 22month old grandson, that’s when it became a little more challenging. The cottage is advertised as suitable for four adults but it was a little tight. There is a spiral staircase up to the room in the roof which can be made into a super king double but is best suited as a twin for older children as the room opens out directly on to a spiral staircase. We had to leave the toddler on the first floor away from the spiral staircase which has a gate at the bottom, not at the top.If you are a couple with a small child or have a dog this is a perfect place to enjoy what we think is the nicest part of the Isle of Wight. Bembridge has several dog friendly beaches and really good pubs within walking distance. Parking on site is a real bonus too. Thank you Jacqui & Ian, we loved The Crows Nest and would happily return as a couple in the future."
Jane - verified booking
"We had a lovely holiday at this cozy, eclectic house. The crows nest is in a beautiful location, situated only a short walk (or very short drive) from the beach and bembridge shops. Forelands beach was perfect for a morning walk with the dog. The house was clean and comfortable with plenty of entertainment and necessities provided. Dogs were not allowed upstairs however our puppy Rosie was very happy with the enclosed garden to run around. The view of the boats from the upstairs windows was good and the reading area was an added bonus. I would not reccomend this property for anyone with any kind of reduced mobility, ideally with only children needing to get up to the second floor with the twin beds. This is mainly because of the narrow spiral staircase used to get to the top bedroom, fun for kids but quite difficult for me, especially painful on the knees. Overall a lovely house, clearly a lot of thought and hard work has been put in to ensure guests have a pleasant stay but not quite suitable for me and my family."
Karen - verified booking
"The location was good, 5 minutes walk from the cliffs. Unfortunately, the cottage was disappointing. The furniture was very old and uncomfortable. The oven took a long time to cook anything, we suggest the microwave be tested for safety and the fridge barely kept things cool.The mattress on the bed and the sofa need replacing and the shower was pitiful.The internet was intermittent and unreliable and although there was Sky, the choice of channels was very disappointing.Thankfully we did not have to put in any money for electricity. (We have never had to pay for electricity before and it would become expensive in colder weather.)The bathroom needed a deep clean and frankly, replacing.It was a long walk to the local amenities but the local shop was well stocked and the food and staff at the Three Bishops pub lovely.Finally, it was extremely irritating to have to drive all the way back through the village to get to the main road, which we could see from our window!"
Carol - verified booking
"We feel that having stayed at other cottage Bagels set was expensive. The kitchen area was so small that you could not stand plates up to drain no work tops. There was a very large 3 seater sofa bed that was very uncomfortable to sit on and took up so much room. The TV had only 4 channels and kept losing signal. The place is not dog friendly as you could not let dog out in garden as there were no fencing and no grass the garden furniture you could not sit on. When leaving the cottage in car I had to get out cross the road and wave when it was safe to drive out. When sitting at the bench to eat you felt like you were back at school looking at a blank wall. I would use welcome email cottages again but would want more information about the place as it was a bad experience for us and our dog who was not allowed on chairs on bed but there was no place he could go."
Philip - verified booking
"My wife and I have stayed in our fair share of holiday cottages; Rossiter's has to be up there with the best we've been to. We are only a family of 3, but wanted to treat ourselves to a little bit of room whilst away - something which is unfortunately lacking from our current house. Upon arrival, the first two things we were noticed were how spotlessly clean the property was, and just how well equipped it was. Holiday cottages often tend to be under-equipped, with just a few basic kitchen essentials. Rossiter's had everything we could possibly need; it was nice to be somewhere that had sharp knives for a change. Also a quick thanks for the bottle of wine on the first night; it certainly didn't go unappreciated. I'd recommend Rossiter's. I can't actually think of a single negative about it."