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The fresh, nautical New England design of our semi detached cottages complements a sleek, contemporary finish to form a luxurious island retreat. Each cottage features a beautifully planted courtyard, with an optional hot tub available plus all cottages have an outdoor patio with dining furniture & BBQ. All properties enjoy access to a small, brilliantly light and airy indoor swimming pool and children’s play area, and with the stunning beach only 300m away it is the perfect location for sun seeking couples or adventure loving families.
Paradise for lovers of water, the Isle of Wight brims with attractions all year round, from extreme sports to world famous fossil hunting on its historic cliffs. Charming Yarmouth, with excellent craft shops, cafés, restaurants and a vibrant harbour scene is a must.
Located on one of the most naturally beautiful stretches of the Isle of Wight Coast, Colwell Bay is the perfect location with stylish cottages with all the self catering facilities anyone would need for a short break, holiday or longer stay. The park is open seasonally and has a selection of well groomed cottages some featuring hot tubs along with a number of pet friendly units.
Whether you are seeking a leisurely break or something more active you will definitely find Colwell Bay the perfect base to explore the area.
If you're staying at our holiday park in Colwell Bay, you're probably going to want to explore the local area and see what there is to do nearby. There are several towns and places of interest that you might want to check out, here's just a small selection.
The harbour town of Yarmouth is situated close to the Colwell Bay Holiday Park – in fact, it takes only ten minutes to drive there. You’ll find lots of things to do here suitable for the whole family. You could take a short boat cruise to see the Needles close up, explore the interesting Yarmouth Castle, or simply stop at one of the many fantastic pubs for some lunch. Whatever you choose to do, you’ll no doubt enjoy fantastic views of the Solent and see some of the oldest architecture on the island.
This beautiful pebbled beach offers crystal-clear waters, so it's a great place to go if you want to pull on your wellies and go rock-pooling. Keen snorkelers will also enjoy a visit to Freshwater Bay for the same reason, but it’s popular with surfers too.
Grab a cheeky ice cream or cream tea from The Freshwater Bay Café, one of the oldest beach cafés on the island. If you need something more substantial, there are plenty of other great places to eat nearby.
Not a watersports fan? Freshwater Village has a great golf course, museum and some fantastic walking routes.
An iconic landmark on the Isle of Wight, the Needles are a row of three chalk stacks near the coastline. There are various companies that offer boat trips around the Needles, allowing you to get as close to them as possible. You can also take a bus trip to the area, which gives you the opportunity to take in some stunning views across the water.
Nearby Alum Bay is famous for its beautiful multi-coloured sand cliffs, which you can take home with you in a shaped container of your choice from the Sand Shop. Of course, the long stretches of sand here make it the ideal beach to go for a paddle on, or you could take a dip in the sea if you’re feeling brave!
Compton Bay is located close to Freshwater Bay and is a haven for watersports fans. As a multi-tasking bay, it has two miles of sandy beach, as well as the perfect conditions for various water-related activities, including surfing.
It’s also a great place to go hunting for fossils – there’s even a dinosaur footprint in the ledge at Hanover Point. If you want to see it, it’s best to book a tour.
Bring your surfboard, bucket and spade, and a picnic for a fun-filled day on the coast.
This amusement park was designed with families in mind. It has rollercoasters, waterslides and six different themed worlds, allowing kids to become a pirate, cowboy or fairy for the day. As well as having the traditional rides, Blackgang Chine also features various exhibits and attractions as well. A huge whale skeleton is the oldest exhibit, as it’s been there since the park first opened more than 170 years ago!
If you are staying in Colwell Bay, there is plenty to do in the surrounding areas, whatever your age or the occasion. Of course, if you want to spend the majority of your time in the beautiful Colwell Bay, we won’t blame you!
Two bedroom homes situated close the shores of the Isle of Wight.
All cottages have two bedrooms sleeping 4 guests and come with the option of a sofa bed which can take your party size to 6. Each cottage enjoys open plan living with a fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave and washing machine.
A comfortable lounge area with TV & DVD, a family dining area and a luxury shower room complete your cottage. An outside terrace gives you the perfect spot to relax with a BBQ and a nice glass of wine after a day exploring.
For the ultimate in luxury, why not choose a holiday cottage with your very own private hot tub to enjoy.
*External cederal board style not shown in main external image.
|Living area||All one area with lounge / kitchen / dining area|
|Appliances||Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine .|
|Layout type||2 bedroom open plan cottage|
|Hot tub option||Yes|
|External walls||Marley cedral board / part rendered|
|Internal walls||Skimmed plasterboard finished in emulsion paint single colour. Living room feature clapperboard wall.|
|Internal flooring||Laminate floor covering to main living area, hall way & bathroom carpeting to bedrooms.|
|Windows & doors||Double glazed|
|Lighting||Energy efficient extra low wattage Ceiling & Wall mounted plus External lighting. PIR control in shower room.|
|Parking||One parking space|
|Furniture & furnishings||Included|
|EPC rating||Available on request|
The cottages are sold on a 999 year lease.
Yes you can. Many guests choose to lease their cottage to help cover costs of running the cottage. All sub-lets must be managed through our scheme. We charge a commission to cover the marketing, management and cleaning of your property.
The complex is open all year round, however the cottages are holiday homes and planning permission does not allow them to be used as your permanent residence. However, you are able to lease your holiday cottage through our leasing scheme all year round.
Yes annual charges apply. Costs will include ground rent, an amenity license and a service charge.
Each owner is responsible for the cost of maintenance. We have an on-site team who can arrange quotes and for the work to be carried out.
Yes dogs are very welcome but do bear in mind that when renting out your holiday home, additional cleaning charges could apply for changeovers.