Barton Manor Farmhouse is the ideal location for a peaceful, comfortable five star holiday.
The entrance hall is just off the utility/boot-room with doors to all downstairs rooms.
The sitting-room is extremely spacious and a relaxing haven to curl up and unwind in.
The second sitting-room is more of a home entertainment room for all ages.
The farmhouse kitchen is both modern and superbly equipped.
The whole dining experience is enhanced by the open plan of both the kitchen and dining-room.
Light and cosy whilst being large, any meal in this dining area will be a success.
The pretty woodburning stove in the dining-room.
Enjoy a meal in the sheltered garden.
The games-room is popular whilst dinner is being prepared.
Practise 'shinrin-yoku' in nearby woodland.
Barton Manor Farmhouse in East Cowes.
The private beach of the estate is about a fifteen minute walk from the Farmhouse.
One of the many large, modern bathrooms on offer.
The master bedroom has views across the courtyard and grounds.
What is there not to love about this amazing en suite bathroom to the master bedroom?
The pretty views from the master bedroom.
The second king-size bedroom is also stylish and comfortable.
Another bathroom, another view.
The twin bedroom is ideal for the younger discerning guests.
The beauty of the two twin bedrooms is that they can also be made up, on prior request, as king-size beds.
The second twin bedroom that can also become a king-size.
And another bathroom with a mix of modern and traditional features.
Tennis can be booked via the Owners, either prior to arrival or once you are staying at the Farmhouse.
Welcome to Barton Manor Farmhouse.
The gravelled driveway links around this lovely large green area to the Lake Cottage which is also part of the estate.
Osbourne House, once Queen Victoria's residence borders the Barton Manor Estate.

Barton Manor Farmhouse

3580

1.3 miles SE of East Cowes / Sleeps 9 + cot

7 Nights from £1277 - £3120

The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

Prince of Wales Pub (½ mile)

Located directly opposite Osborne House, this pub was once used by the Osborne estate to accommodate staff of Royal visitors as well as stabling their horses. These days the pub offers ample parking, outside terrace seating, pool, darts and a wide ranging menu.

Nearest beach

Osborne Bay (¾ mile)

A private beach accessed only from Osborne House where you will pay an entry fee. The beach is sandy and safe, a favourite of Queen Victoria and her children when they were in residence. These days you can take a look at her bathing hut and enjoy an ice cream on the beach. A shuttle bus runs from the house between April - October. There's no lifeguard cover and dogs are not allowed.

Nearest walk

Cascading Canopies Histree Trail (1 ½ miles)

Budding botanists and devoted dendrologists rejoice, for this is a beautiful trail under 2 miles long, featuring some special species of trees as you walk around Cowes. iwight.com have a full description and printable download.

Nearest town

Whippingham (¾ mile)

Just inland of the north coast, there's a church designed by Prince Albert and many historic connections to the Royal family. Sit riverside on balmy afternoons in the peace and quiet this off-the-beaten-track village affords.

Also nearby

Parkhurst Forest (3 ¾ miles)

A large area of woodland maintained by the Forestry Commission. There's miles of woodland walks suitable for both walkers and mountain bikers. The red squirrel hide is a great place to spot wildlife from.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Pascoe April 2017

Great place for a walk and to get close to nature - and we saw a red squirrel!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

February 2017

Beautiful place to walk the dog and the kids!

Gurnard (2 ¾ miles)

A hidden gem, west of well-known Cowes, think beautiful beach huts lining the shores, picnic greens and happy families. This is a great place to bring the little ones. Only a half hour walk from Cowes makes it well located for bigger days out, but you should find all you need here, with the sailing club keeping everyone entertained and the plethera of eateries keeping everyone full.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

February 2017

Gurnard is such a pretty place. The children loved skimming stones on the beach here, then a long play in the lovely park (which is enclosed) and then we finished off with a hot chocolate and a slice of cake at the Watersedge Beach Cafe. Perfect!

Osborne House (¼ mile)

If you only visit one place on the Isle of Wight then make it here, the holiday home of Queen Victoria. See private apartments, the bathing beach, childrens play cottage and garden terraces. You'll need from 2 - 3 hours and there's also a restaurant and cafe for refreshments. Check opening times before you visit as it is not open every day during the winter.

The Terrace (¼ mile)

A visit to Osborne House would not be complete without calling in here. Serving lunch or high tea, the seasonal menu is created using local produce including Ventnor crab and four types of Victoria sponge.

Osborne Golf Club (¼ mile)

The club has grown considerably since 1892 when the course consisted of two holes for the Royal Household only. Nowadays the the course is 6358 yards long and a par 70. A unique monument at the 7th hole is Osborne's elephant pit which local folklore states Queen Victoria bathed her Indian elehpants in!. The views across the Solent are stunning.

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