Newbridge, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, West Wight
Description of Three GablesBook your winter break with us, 28thSeptember -20 thDecember, any 2 nights £395, 3 night weekend or 4 night midweek £495,
Discounts for 4 or less only using the 2 downstairs bedrooms. Great discounts on ferry fares from Southampton from £36 return car and passengers
Secluded House In Rural Village Location In The Heart Of The Beautiful West Wight. Sleeps 10. 4/5 bedroom house (2 en-suite, one is on the ground floor), a study with sofa bed, large kitchen/ dinner and a spacious lounge. Free WiFi. Ample parking. Suitable for large families, large groups of friends , we are child friendly and pet friendly.
Three Gables is a well loved stylish and comfortable detached house in a quiet village location with stunning panoramic country views and a private enclosed garden. Patio doors and large windows give a light and airy feel to the house, while good insulation and central heating make Three Gables warm and cosy on the cooler days and solar panels provide the hot water in the warmer months.(The garden is suitable for children, there is a fence to ensure safety, a decked area, a patio and lawns. BBQ, outdoor furniture and games are provided.
Within easy reach of coast, beaches and nearest towns. Itís the perfect base for friends and families wishing to spend time together and enjoy a relaxing break at any time of the year, with the micro climate of the island giving weather thatís often better than elsewhere in the UK.
There is a shop 2 minutesí walk away (open March - Nov) and a pub 1 mile away. There are easy drives to local towns for shopping and the many tourist attractions around the island. The county town of Newport is only 6 miles away and historic Yarmouth just 3 miles .
You are never far from a beach. There are plenty to choose from and something to suit everyone, from deckchairs on the sand to fossil hunting! Our nearest beach at Yarmouth is approx 3 miles, a 5 mile drive (10mins) gets you to Brook or Compton Beaches, which are spectacular, natural, sandy beaches, with no commercialism. A 30 minute drive gets you to Ventnor, Sandown or Shanklin beaches, which have shops, cafes and other attractions. At 23 miles long and 13 miles wide, the sea and spectacular heritage coastline is never far away, with something to suit the whole family. It is a place of rewarding pleasures, including rock pooling, fishing for crabs, jumping off breakwaters, building sandcastles and dreaming.
For the energetic, there are plenty of sports facilities, including golfing, sailing, fishing, windsurfing, kite surfing, paragliding and horse riding. The Island has over 300 walks with over 500 miles of well-maintained footpaths The network of bridleways and footpaths which surround the area make this an ideal location for enjoying the countryside.
Features of Three Gables
Local InformationThere is a small camp shop (open March - Nov)2 min walk. Shalfleet (1.5 miles) has a pub and village shop. Yarmouth (3 miles) has a variety of small shops, good restaurants and pubs, plus lifeboat, castle, pier and post office. Freshwater is approximately 5 miles away and has a small selection of shops including a supermarket and butcher. Newport, the county capital, is approximately 6 miles away, with chain stores, boutique shops and supermarkets. Nearest beach is 3 miles.
For the energetic, there are plenty of sports facilities, including golfing, sailing, fishing, windsurfing, kite surfing, paragliding and horse riding. Those who prefer relaxation and fine food in peaceful surroundings will find pubs and restaurants that range from Michelin star quality through family-friendly pubs to cafes.
To simply unwind and explore there is much to discover, from historic farms & houses, castles, pretty lanes, thatched villages, coastal trails and woodlands, including 500 miles of well maintained footpaths. The network of bridleways and footpaths which surround Three Gables makes this an ideal location for enjoying the countryside. We are close to Newtown nature reserve for bird watching and visitors to our garden include pheasants, woodpeckers and red squirrels along with summer and winter birds.
There are 6 main courses on the Isle of Wight, mostly 9 Hole, including that in the parkland estate of Osborne House. Nearest to Newbridge is the 18 Hole Freshwater Bay with its stunning panoramic views and the Par 3 course in the grounds of Lord Tennyson's at Farringford.
Freshwater Bay Golf Club at Afton Down, 15 minutes drive. Shanklin & Sandown 18 hole golf course.35 minutes drive
Accessibility DetailsThe property is not adapted for wheelchairs but is suitable for people with restricted mobility. Access to the property includes a step into the house. On the ground floor is an en suite bedroom, the kitchen, lounge, study and separate family bathroom. Patio doors from lounge go to a decked veranda area, from where steps lead down to the garden. There is also an alternative garden access via a grassed slope
Notesoff peak short breaks 3nights Friday to Monday or 4 nights Monday to Friday.
contact me for discounts on ferry fares via wight link routes
ChangeoverSaturday in Peak season other times we are flexible
check in 4pm
check out 10am
Booking ConditionsDeposit of 25% required on booking; balance due 8 weeks before arrival when a refundable damage deposit is also payable (returned within 10 days of your departure.) For bookings made within 8 weeks of arrival, full payment is require.
Full booking form and terms and conditions will be sent on application. Please contact me by email or phone to discuss the property and check availability.
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Location details for Three Gables
(All distances and times are approximations)
Getting HereAll the Island ferry terminals are within a 25 minute drive.The nearest ferry link is the Wightlink Lymington to Yarmouth ferry . Wightlink also operate a service between Portsmouth and Fishbourne. Red Funnel ferries operate from Southampton to Cowes. Hovertravel and FastCat operate a foot passenger service from Southsea/Portsmouth to Ryde. The use of car is recommended. Where possible at peak times it's worth booking ferries early for better prices and a wider choice of availability.