Cowes, Isle of Wight - Rose Cottage
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Cowes, Isle of Wight – Rose Cottage

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Rose Cottage is a pretty mid-terrace cottage dates back to the mid-1800s and is nestled on a quaint street in Cowes.

Perfect for families or two couples with it’s two bedrooms and enclosed garden. With the original fireplace adding character dated back to the mid-1800’s, the stairs are a little steeper than normal. The bedroom window overlooks the pretty town streets of Cowes.

Free parking can be found on the street. There is bike storage on site giving you the chance to get out on the bike or on foot to see the sights on the Isle of Wight.

Sorry, no pets permitted.

 

With the direct access from the mainland via the red jet ferry into Cowes and the several marina’s you can visit to boat spot.

There is an 18th century sailmaker’s loft museum you can visit (Sir Max Aitken Museum) or cross the river on the chain-ferry to visit Osborne House, Queen Victoria’s residence on the Isle of Wight, with it’s private beach, extensive gardens and the history it is a great day out!

Each year Cowes Week is held and staying in the heart of Cowes gives you quick access to all the events and entertainment on and offshore. Sit back and watch the boats race around the Island. If you visit during Cowes Week, you will be treated to a yachting paradise, with Cowes serving as the starting place for the Round the Island Race and plenty of entertainment both on and off the water.

Cowes is a great holiday resort on the Isle of Wight’s far northern tip, ideal for couples and groups of friends. The town’s pedestrianised High Street is lined with speciality stores, art galleries, and boutiques. The seaside is never far away, and a short stroll will take you to the Esplanade and the famed Royal Yacht Squadron, where you can admire and learn about what makes the town such a popular sailing destination for sailors and aficionados from all over the world.

The best part of vacationing on this beautiful island is that everything is just a short car ride away; the southern coastlines of the Isle of Wight, including Ventnor Beach and Shanklin Beach, The Needles, Butterfly World, Carisbrooke Castle, Monkey Haven, and Goodleaf Tree Climbing are among the other popular attractions.

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