Orchard Leigh Cottage, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight
This attractive cottage has a modern open-planned layout on the ground floor including a comfortable seating area for watching television, a bright well-equipped kitchen and a large dining table and chairs.
Doors out to the courtyard garden at the front of the property where guests can enjoy alfresco dining.
On the first floor and both with en-suite shower rooms, are two spacious bedrooms, and a separate utility room.
Perfect for a small family or couples retreat, Orchard Leigh Cottage is a bright and well-appointed holiday home and an ideal base for enjoying the delights of the wonderful Isle of Wight.
Orchard Leigh Cottage
Found in the beautiful village of Bonchurch near to Ventnor we found this beautiful Cottage, Orchard Leigh Cottage and is just a few steps away from the local pond and a haven for wildlife.
Just a short walk away is Bonchurch Beach and guests can easily walk to the Victorian seaside town of Ventnor and enjoy the large variety of shops, restaurants and pubs.
This beautiful cottage has a modern open plan layout on the ground floor, with the two bedrooms and en-suites on the first floor.
Throw open the doors and access the courtyard garden at the front of the property where guests can enjoy alfresco dining.
Perfect for a small family or couples retreat.
One of the walks to do –
On the south east coast of the Island we find Monks Bay just east of the village of Bonchurch.
Monks Bay is thought to be where French monks from Lyra Abbey landed from Normandy.
It is one of those places that once visited, you will want to go back again and again.
It is tucked away in the village of Bonchurch and is a true Isle of Wight Secret.
There is limited parking on the seafront, but as you drive down Shore Road in the village, you will see a car park.
Stop there and then take the short walk down the rest of Shore Road to the beach.
The bay has a line of large terraced, period houses and small cottages which look out to the English Channel.
It is also home to Bonchurch Pottery and there is a lovely, level revetment walk that leads to the larger coastal town of Ventnor.
The area was notable as a venue for smuggling rings.
The bay was used to disembark cargo from ships which would then be transported into the island.
Once a major source of income, fishing for local lobsters and crabs still continues in this area and a trip into Ventnor seafront will be the perfect spot for that fresh fish & chips.