Downstairs you will find an open plan lounge with TV, DVD, comfortable seating, a downstairs cloakroom, dining table and chairs, a well equipped kitchen that has French doors out to the rear garden where you will find the Jacuzzi. Outside, the enclosed rear garden is paved so offers an ideal area for those 'al fresco' times, with outside furniture & BBQ.
Once upstairs you will find the master bedroom ahead of you, this is a spacious bedroom with king size bed, chest of drawers and wardrobe and an en-suite shower room, there is a second bedroom with a 2 single beds, wardrobe, chest of drawers and views to Culver Cliff.
Living room that is open plan to;
Ground floor cloakroom
1 x bedroom with king size bed, en-suite
1 x bedroom with 2 x single beds
Family bathroom with shower over bath
Parking available for one car
Gas central heating
Gas hob with electric oven
TV, Freeview, DVD
Garden table and chairs
Travel cot - please bring own linens
Linen and towels provided, please bring own beach towels
Parking for one vehicle – additional parking available on station Avenue
Pets welcome – small dogs only
- 2 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- Sleeps 4
- Close to the beach
- Close to the shops
- Fully enclosed garden
- Hot tub
- Private parking
- Family friendly
- Outside Space
Sandown has lots of things to do for people of all ages and interests.
You can relax and spend quality time strolling along Sandown Beach followed by an ice cream or refreshments at one of the licensed beach cafés. The main town beach stretches all the way along the Esplanade where it meets with Yaverland Beach, which is regarded as one of the Isle of Wight’s best beaches. Yaverland is very popular for watersports, and there are a number of local water sports centres from which you can test your skills at windsurfing, kayaking or many other activities. With one of the highest concentrations of dinosaur fossils anywhere in the world, the Isle of Wight has been dubbed "Dinosaur Island".
The area around Sandown Bay is a fun place for fossil hunting, so with a keen eye you could be leaving with a very special, very old souvenir. You can also visit the Dinosaur museum to explore more of the Isle of Wight’s dinosaur history.
One of the town’s most well-known features is the traditional Sandown Pier. There is a range of traditional amusements and arcade games, with bowling, crazy golf and cafes to keep adults and children entertained for hours.
Further along the seafront the Isle of Wight Zoo is one of the Island’s leading animal attractions, with everything from Lions and Tigers to Meer Kats and Monkeys, and a short distance outside of Sandown town is Amazon World which also has a huge range of animals.
Sandown has excellent bus and train services and makes an excellent base for a visit to the Isle of Wight.
Bus services can take you either northwards to Brading and Ryde, south to Shanklin and Ventnor, or across the Island to Godshill, Newport and Cowes, whilst the Island Line train services run to the neighbouring town of Shanklin or North to Ryde where they connect with passenger ferryservices to Portsmouth.
Hop on board the all new "Sandhopper" bus service which will be operating from April to October linking passengers from Sandown train stration through to the town, the beach and all the attractions.
- Key safe
- Shops within walking distance
- Beach within walking distance