Charming Grade II listed Isle of Wight holiday cottage beside quiet lane on edge of pretty village of Brighstone, 1/2 mile from sea
2 The Granary originally formed part of Brighstone Mill and dates back to 1700. Converted in 1990, the living accommodation is on the first floor where there is a kitchen and open plan living/dining area with views of the surrounding countryside. The ground floor has two bedrooms (one king size and one twin) and a bathroom. The cottage is double-glazed and with gas central heating is ideal for holidays and short breaks all year round. The garden is enclosed, private and a real sun trap – we love having breakfast on the patio!
Guests staying for 4 nights or more are welcomed with a hamper containing local island produce. A typical hamper will include IOW milk, cheese, apple juice, cake, eggs, tomato ketchup, muesli, sun-dried tomatoes – all from the Brighstone Village Shop (items can be swapped on request) plus butter, cookies from Isle of Wight Biscuit Company and Country Market jam. Fairtade coffee, tea & sugar and the local newspaper are also provided in the cottage. The Brighstone Village Shop is well stocked and you should be able to buy most items that you will need during your stay.
Brighstone is one of the most popular and attractive villages on the Isle of Wight. It is situated on the south west coast, around half a mile from the sea. Brighstone has everything that you would hope for in a village – a church, pub, doctor’s surgery, newsagent, grocery shop (including Post Office), card & gift shop and even a hairdresser! The Brighstone Forest is 2 miles away, and you will find some spectacular views around the island high up on the Downs.
- Arrival Date:
- Mon , 21st Jan 2019
- Departure Date:
- Tues , 22nd Jan 2019
- No. of Nights:
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- Number of Rooms / Units
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|2 The Granary, Brighstone||from £345.00 to £785.00 per unit per week|
*Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
Map & Directions
Directions from your home to the property can be obtained from several websites, e.g.
Simply enter your home address and the address of the cottage which you will receive as part of your welcome pack.
Public Transport Directions
We encourage guests without cars. If you are travelling to the island without a car we can advise on public transport options and arrange for your key, welcome pack and any shopping to be delivered on arrival.
You can travel by train to the ferry ports of Lymington (to Yarmouth), Portsmouth (to Fishbourne, Ryde or Cowes) and Southampton (to Cowes) – see http://www.visitisleofwight.co.uk/plan-your-visit. We can offer discounted foot passenger deals.
There are Southern Vectis bus stops close to the cottages. No.12 serves Brighstone & Shorwell. See http://www.islandbuses.info/ for routes and timetables.
The island is popular with cyclists and has dedicated cycleways - many following the course of disused railway lines, signed routes, miles of bridleways and quiet country lanes as an alternative to busy main roads. You are free to store cycles in the garage. Maps and walking/cycling guides are provided.
- 4 Visit England Stars
- Visit Isle of Wight Award Travel Ambassador Green Star Award 2017
|Openings (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)|