Westmount in Ryde is an one bed annexe near the beach, it is all on the ground floor so no steps and two well-behaved dogs welcome.
Straight into the kitchen/diner, which is equipped with a variety of appliances, including a washing machine, as well as a dining table where you can enjoy your home-cooked meals. Continue into the welcoming sitting room, which features two comfortable sofas and a Freeview TV, as well as patio doors leading out to your own little, enclosed patio area, where you can dine alfresco on a summer evening.
Retire to the inviting king-size bedroom, which features fitted wardrobes and a dressing table and is serviced by a walk-in shower.
Nestled on the outskirts of Ryde, it makes a perfect place to explore the east side of the Isle of Wight. A short walk to pubs, restaurants and shops, and a short walk from the Hovercraft this is in a great location. Check out Ryde’s beaches, as below they are miles of stunning sand and sea.
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In the summer, explore the lovely golden sands of Appley Beach, in Ryde, which are backed by a lush green park and have some of the warmest seas on the island.
Ryde is a dog-friendly town, with many people walking their dogs on the beaches throughout the year. Cafes provide treats and a water bowl for dogs. From the end of March until the end of September, several areas are off-limits to dogs.
Sanderlings, gulls, egrets, and cormorants are among the birds that can be seen on Ryde’s beaches at various times of the year. Parts of the Solent are protected as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a RAMSAR site, making them a haven for birds, especially during migration.
Ryde has a great selection of independent stores where you can browse and perhaps pick up a gift, while restaurants serve a wide range of cuisines, including superb seafood and traditional fish and chips. Take a bike or a walk down the shore to take in the sights, or take an open-top tour bus to see more of the island.
The Isle of Wight Steam Railway on the outskirts of Ryde and accessible by train is well worth a visit for its outstanding exhibits on the railway’s history as well as steam train rides.
Make a special excursion to Osborne House, Queen Victoria’s treasured palace, which is surrounded by magnificent grounds and stocked with personal belongings of Victoria and Albert.
Quarr Abbey, an old Benedictine monastery, is also worth a visit.
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