Little Clatterford is a real gem, impeccably put together with tasteful and thoughtful touches through-out, the perfect get away from it all cottage for two. Being centrally located near Newport on the Isle of Wight, means you're never too far from anywhere on the Island. Fabulously set within an Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty, with stunning views of Tennyson Downs, and under a 5 minutes’ walk from the historical Carisbrooke Castle.
Surrounded by stunning countryside with incredible walks and bridlepath’s all around, Little Clatterford is the perfect romantic retreat. Fifteen steps take you to the front door from the parking area. You enter Little Clatterford via the fitted kitchen, with its stunning flag stone floor and butler sink. Opposite is the shower room, with an open-plan living and sleeping area, with its king size bed, three-seater sofa, curve smart TV with Netflix, and log burner for those chillier evenings.
Accommodation: All on the ground floor: Open plan living and sleeping area with king bed, shower room with corner shower, WC and basin, kitchen with butler sink. Two areas in the garden for guest use, off road parking for 1 car.
Amenities: Electric heating and hot water, electric cooker, microwave, log burner, Curve Smart TV with Netflix, Wi-Fi, toaster, kettle, fridge freezer, washer-Dryer, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, linen and towels inc in the rent, fuel inc in rent, a starter pack for the log burner, additional logs can be purchased directly from the owner. Note: Little Clatterford is attached to the owner’s house. Note: Clatterford Shute is a single-track road. Note: There are 15 steps from the parking area to the front door. Note: you can put bikes in the owner’s garage. Note: In case of allergies, the owner does own 4 cats. Note: Stunning walks and mountain biking from the door, Carisbrooke Castle is under a 5 minutes’ walk from the cottage. Note: there is a dividing locked door between Little Clatterford and the owners house.
Little Clatterford is 1.5 miles from Carisbrooke, with two popular pub / restaurants, a superb Italian restaurant, and small supermarket, and of course the magnificent Carisbrooke Castle, famous for being king Charles I’s prison, an Elizabethan artillery fortress, and a royal summer residence. Today you will find a fascinating and a stunning Edwardian garden, and of course those loveable donkeys.Get the full listing »