Nestled in the stunning countryside on the south west coast of the Island with far reaching sea views over the Military Road, this gorgeously converted barn is the perfect holiday destination. One of two barns, making them ideal to rent together for a larger group, both catering for four guests. The owners have modernised the interior to a high specification incorporating modern and traditional features, with great attention to detail for ultimate comfort. There is a double room with sumptuous king-sized bed, and a twin room with a new modern bathroom inbetween. The open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas is a bright and airy open plan space with doors out to the outdoor seating area with views over Brighstone Down, as well as sea glimpses from the kitchen window. There is also the added opportunity of bringing your own horse as a brand new stable block is located in the grounds where the owner will provide livery for an extra cost per horse per night, available from May through to September.
Brighstone is a pretty village on the south west coast of the Isle of Wight, full of traditional farmhouses and thatched cottages, with a local family friendly pub and convenience store. The sea is a picturesque walk from the barns, this coastline has some of the most dramatic and breathtaking scenery the Island has to offer. Just climb the rolling chalk down land for a panoramic view over the whole area. A large network of footpaths and bridleways connects you with the coastal path and other villages nearby. There is always an ice cream to be had along the way for sustenance on your day's adventures. The Wight Mouse in Chale is a ten minute drive away or the perfect pitstop when rambling, enjoy a lazy lunch here before setting off on the Tennyson Trail which will take you all the way to The Needles if you are feeling energetic! Needless to say the views from here are magnificent. Yarmouth town is also located over this side of the Island, home to the Wightlink ferry to Lymington in Hampshire. Yarmouth is a charming town with plenty of cafes, restaurants and boutique shops to peruse with the longest timber pier in England that is open to the public. This is a wonderful viewing platform to watch the busy boating activity in this stretch of water with far reaching views across the Solent. Gossips cafe, at the dry end of the pier, is a great place to sit with a coffee and a chunk of cake while you soak up the atmosphere. Pack your swimmers and enjoy a beach picnic for the day on one of the many fabulous beaches along this stretch of coastline. Compton Beach is one of the Island's best kept secrets offering a two mile stretch of sand and the white chalk cliffs of Freshwater in the distance, very popular with surfers and fossil hunters alike. Other popular local attractions include Isle of Wight Pearl and the National Trust gardens of Mottistone, both great days out for everyone. West Wight is the least populated, and often thought of as the most beautiful, part of the Island; that said nowhere on the Isle of Wight is that far away! Brighstone Barns provide a fantastic holiday destination, with or without a horse!
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV and DVD player. Electric cooker, electric hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Outside Access to
Shared Utility-room with washing machine and tumble-drier
Other properties at this location: The Coach House (4038) *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub .25 miles
- Patio furniture and barbecue
- Oil-fired CH
- DIY livery (haylage) pay Owner (At cost)
Enjoy the Island sunshine with a refreshing drink outside.
What a beautiful kitchen to cook and bake in, with views across to the stables and paddocks.
Stay on the west side of the Island where you can find breathtaking dramatic coastlines to explore.
The open space living-room and kitchen area are perfect for entertaining and watching the younger ones play whilst you cook up some lunch.
The master bedroom has been beautifully decorated and is a perfect sanctuary for relaxation.
Why not bring your horse! There are stables available to home your horse after your lovely ride on the beach.
If it's a little chilly outside, grab a blanket, a cup of tea and snuggle up in the armchair with a good book.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, fuel up on energy to get out and about across the Isle of Wight.
The Stables is full of lovely features making the cottage feel welcoming and cosy.
The new fully fitted bathroom is great for a relaxing bubble bath or an awakening shower.
After a great day out, tuck the children in bed recharging them for the next day.
There's no need to rush in the morning, you are on holiday, so take it easy and the Island will be there waiting for you.
The Stables is one of two converted barns, why not rent the barn next door and bring more of the family?
Your horse can be on holiday too!
The view from the covered patio seating area is across Brighstone Downs.
Welcome to The Stables, a gorgeous converted barn in the heart of the Island.
Just steps away from The Stables is the outside utility-room with washing machine and tumble-drier.
The Stables is surrounded by stunning countryside, put on your walking shoes and go explore!
Your four-legged friend doesn't have to stay at home whilst you go on holiday, bring them with you and make the most of the stables.
There is plenty of space for parking your car (and horse trailer).
Welcome to Brighstone, a beautiful village in west Wight.
Take a walk through the village to the local pub, with friendly staff and lovely home-made food this is a fantastic pit stop.
If you are a keen surfer or would like to tick it off your bucket list, Compton Bay is the ideal place.
Whatever the weather, the Isle of Wight's diverse countryside is simply too beautiful to not enjoy.