Within Romany Cottage there is a large south west facing lounge, with an open fire to give the room a warm glow along with French doors that open out to the patio and tranquil garden from kitchen, lounge and dining area. The dining area is for six and has a wood burning stove. The good size large kitchen is well equipped for self-catering breaks. The kitchen also features a breakfast area which seats six. Also downstairs, there is a WC and an area to hang up coats.
Upstairs are the three bedrooms where you can be assured of a good night’s sleep. Two of the attractive bedrooms are doubles and one is a twin bedroom. There is also a stylish modern bathroom. Romany Cottage benefits from gas central heating throughout. Gas and electricity is included as is bed linen, tea towels and hand towels are included in the holiday let. Bath towels can be hired, if required.
The sunny south west facing garden features a wildlife pond and is a lovely place to sit out and relax in summer time. Wifi is available, please ask when booking. Children are welcome – 12 years +, regrettably not smokers or pets.
With a 4 star rating and gold award, this holiday cottage is welcoming and homely, so homely and comfortable in fact that some guests return year after year. Whether you are looking to enjoy walking, cycling or simply relaxing by the beach, you can do all of this on the beautiful Isle of Wight.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2014
Please visit http://www.relax-at-romany.co.uk to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Isle of Wight.
£200 deposit to be paid to Island Cottage Holidays via website link Balance to be paid in full 6 weeks before booking starts
Fort Victoria - 5 miles from Romany - lovely cycle Carisbrooke Castle The Needles - 5 miles - lovely walk over the Headland to The Needles Osbourne House and Gardens where Queen Victoria lived - 30 miles Chessel Pottery Ventnor Botanical Gardens Yarmouth, 5 miles - walk along country and coast
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Nearest ferry port - 5 mins drive to Yarmouth, West Wight.
Recommended Places to Visit: Carisbrooke Castle Osbourne House and Gardens Ventnor - Town and Botanical Gardens The Needles - walk down to the beach and picnic and chair lift back excellent views. Take a boat trip and see The Needles from the sea. Great fun. Yarmouth - Old Gaffers Weekend. Yarmouth has other events through out the year. Newport - shopping, cinema, museums. Cowes - boating weekends very busy but worth going to see the yachts and speed boats Colwell Beach - on a sunny day what more can you want than lazing around on the sandy beach with ice cream, bar and refreshments all at hand.
Annual Events: Isle of Wight Walking Festival 2017 Walk the Wight 2017 Old Gaffers Festival 2017 Isle of Wight Festival 2017 8 - 11 June Newport Jazz Festival 1-2 June Rhythm Tree Festival 14 - 16 July Ventnor Fringe - Festival - 8 - 13 August Two weekends of Open Art Studios across the Island 14- 24 July 2017 Sail the Wight 2017 Round the Island Race 2017 1 July Cowes Week classics 17- 21 July 2017 24 Hour Round the Island Walk - 1 July Rhythmn and Blues 6-9 October 2017 Wolverton Manor Garden Fair 2 and 3 September 2017 Cowes Classic Speed Boat Race 26 - 27 August 2017 Ryde International Classic Car Show 16 Sepetmber 2017 Ryde Illuminated Carnival 2 September 2017 Isle of Wight Garlic Festival 19 - 20 August 2017 Do look on the Visit Isle of Wight website for more events being held over the year.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: The Hut - Colwell Bay - right on the sea - offers lunch/dinner and BBQ in the summer The Waterside Restaurant - right on the sea - caters for all The Vine - famous of steaks Fish and Chip shop - Freshwater Chinese Takeaway Hong Kong Express - one in Freshwater and one in Totland - both very good Indian restaurant - Freshwater Red Lion, Freshwater Yarmouth - On the Rocks - take your own wine and sizzle steaks on hot rocks! Piano Bar - lovely food, atmosphere and regular live piano music Lots more to choose from for all tastes and budgets
Local Sports: West Wight is known for its outdoor sports - sailing, wind surfing, horse riding, paddle boarding and canoeing. The Isle of Wight is great for cycling.and walking. Walkers love the variety of coastal and downland walks around the area and across the Isla
Freshwater is the main town in West Wight. With bakers, award winning butchers, Sainsbury's, Co-Operative stores to name a few, certainly a good range of shops for a great holiday. Here you'll also find a well facilitated sports centre with a heated indoor swimming pool, library and a range of pubs and restaurants- eat in or eat out. A short walk will take you to Colwell Bay with sandy beaches cafe, ice cream shop and restaurant over looking the water. Totland Bay, offers an excellent view of The Needles and lovely walk to Freshwater Bay. Romany Cottage is based in Totland Bay, but really closer to Colwell Bay with a 10 mins walk to its sandy beach and the Isle of Wight Coastal Path or into Freshwater Village for his range of shops. Freshwater Bay is about 5 mins drive from Freshwater Village or is a lovely walk to it from the cottage, where you can see or climb up Tennyson Down. The bus routes near the cottage, take you into Newport and around the Island. Well positioned, Romany Cottage is about a 5 mile drive from Yarmouth and the ferry terminal to Lymington and 40 mins drive from Fishbourne and Cowes ferry terminals.