This three bedroom cottage is situated in a quiet location and enjoys beautiful sea views from the lounge, front bedroom & balcony.
The cottage has been renovated to a high standard, and provides comfortable accommodation for couples or families. A wood burning stove was added in 2012.
It is a two minute walk down steps to the sea wall at Wheelers Bay, or about 5 minutes to the Esplanade and beach at Ventnor.
3 Steps up to property and side entrance. Hallway with stairs to first floor. Wet room with shower, Kitchen-Dining room. Breakfast bar with stools. Dining area with cupboard and table & chairs. Lounge with wood burning stove and bay window enjoying sea views. Sofa bed (double bed with sprung mattress if required) and sofa and easy chairs.
First floor: Bedroom with double bed, wardrobe & chest of drawers. Feature fireplace and bay window enjoying lovely sea views. Bedroom with twin beds, wardrobe & chest of drawers. Bedroom with bunk beds and wardrobe unit. French doors to balcony. Bathroom with bath and shower over bath with screen, WHB, WC & heated towel rail.
Outside: Small front garden with bench. Steps to decked rooftop terrace, with superb sea views (used at guests own risk and not suitable for unsupervised children).
Gas central heating. Gas hob & Electric oven with extractor fan. Washing machine. Dishwasher. Fridge-freezer. Microwave. Colour Television with Free Sat and DVD. Good selection of books, DVDs & games. CD player/ipod dock. Travel cot and booster seat
The roof terrace provides wonderful views across Wheelers Bay and over the Downs behind Ventnor, and is an ideal place to relax and dine outside.
The Victorian seaside town of Ventnor has a mild climate, due to the sheltering cliffs and southern aspect and is one of the sunniest spots on the island.
The Esplanade has a crescent shaped Blue Flag beach and a small harbour where you can buy locally caught fresh seafood.
Steephill Cove with a beautiful beach, restaurant and the Ventnor Botanic Gardens can be reached by the coastal footpath. An easy stroll east along the sea wall, takes you to the pretty village of Bonchurch where Charles Dickens wrote part of David Copperfield.
Further afield the Island has many beautiful walks and cycle rides.
There are tourist attractions to suit all ages and tastes, from Osborne House and Carisbrooke Castle to theme parks, such as Black Gang Chine and Robin Hill.
Please note that the steps and roof terrace may be unsuitable for people with limited mobility. These are used at guests own risk and unsuitable for unsupervised children.
Fabulous sea views from the house and roof terrace.
Easy walking distance to the sea, beach and town centre.
To book this Holiday Cottage, or find out more, please contact them directly by
The Salt Pot
Balcony and roof terrace
Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. Bed linen and towels provided.
Please bring own beach towels
Pets Allowed: Yes. Dogs allowed by negotiation with owner. £35 a week
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Gas
Open Fire: Yes. Fuel type: Wood
Smoking Allowed: No. No smoking in the house or on the roof terrace
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Roof terrace with superb sea views, table chairs and sunlounger.
Small garden with bench at front of the house.
On street parking outside property and free car park 1 minute away.
Local Services: 2 minutes walk from the sea. 5 minutes walk from Ventnor Beach and Town Centre. The shops include a small supermarkets, butchers, bakers & delicatessen. The town has a wide selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants serving good food, some of which have excellent live music.
The Isle of Wight can be reached by Car Ferry.
Portsmouth - Fishbourne (Wight Link)
Southampton - East Cowes (Red Funnel)
Lymington - Yarmouth (Red Funnel)
By train via Portsmouth
There are also Fast Cat and Hovercraft Services from Portsmouth and Southampton
The Island has a good bus service run by Vectis.
If travelling by car you can reach Ventnor by taking the coast road through Shanklin, A3055 or over land from Newport following the B3327. Ventnor town centre has a one way system which you will enter on the High street. Follow the one way system on to Victoria Street and as the one way system takes a sharp right turn go straight on remaining on Victoria Street passing the Volunteer Public House on your right. Continue straight on Victoria Street passing Dudley road on your right and turning left on to St Catherine Street. Number 11 can be found approx 150 meters from the beginning of St Catherine Street on your left. Please note St Catherine Street is a one way street.