You may not have heard of Steephill Cove, and you may not have had the chance to visit the Isle of Wight but if you get an opportunity, grab it! Steephill Cove is magical, a haven where you have to arrive by foot!
Beachside Cottage holds a prime location gazing over Steephill Cove this pretty little cove has no direct car access and remains an unspoilt idyll. The Cottage is within striking distance of the water, local café and restaurant. A gem of the Isle of Wight and one that the locals like to keep to themselves we’re keen to keep you in the know! With no road down to the cove, just steps or a slope, it is only with local knowledge or shear good luck that you should stumble across it. Beachside Cottage offers a glimpse into a local way of life.
With just a handful of character houses, fishermen, rock-pools, deck chairs and a safe friendly feeling, it is the perfect place for families to build sand castles, go rock pooling, or for couples to just relax. There are no noisy arcades or kiss-me-quick hats, just good old-fashioned seaside bliss. It’s even got a donkey.
Right on the door step is The Boathouse Restaurant which has become very popular with both locals and holiday makers alike. The restaurant is renowned for its fresh crab and lobster with crisp salads and fresh bread. A little further afield in Ventnor is the Hambrough a Michelin star restaurant. Currently at number 20 in The Good Food Guide The Hambrough offers breathtaking views over the English Channel in this sub-tropical part of the Island.
The cottage has a wonderful airy seaside feel, the bedrooms are decorated in hues of ivory and blue and has a great woodburner for cosy winter weekends.
The Isle of Wight is also a walker’s paradise, filled with over 500 miles of footpaths across contrasting landscapes and beaches, making it the ideal place for a walking holiday or break.
With a great range of walking routes it is possible to access almost every nook and cranny of the Island on foot, including many of the interesting towns and villages.
The Isle of Wight’s varied countryside offers fields, forests and woodland, providing the perfect complement to our 64 miles of coastal paths which cover rocky coves, estuaries, and dramatic cliff tops.
Or maybe you would like to take time out to visit the renowned Isle of Wight festival. It’s widely known that The Isle of Wight Festival is the first major festival in the UK summer calendar every year. But the Festival’s heritage reaches back over an extraordinary 45 years.
The Isle of Wight is a popular place for a holiday, and plays host to some of the most famous and popular attractions in the UK, including the UK’s oldest theme park at Blackgang Chine!
There is also a range of great animal attractions, like the Seaview Wildlife Encounter where you can get up close and personal with penguins, meerkats and many others.
Alternatively the Island hosts traditional seaside amusements and entertainment like the adventure park at Shanklin Seafront.
The Isle of Wight is famed for its beaches, and what a variety it has to offer! From the sandy beaches of Sandown with it’s gently-sloping sandy. Ventnor Beach is a pretty Victoria seaside resort built into the steep slopes and cliffs of St Boniface Down, the highest point on the Isle of Wight.
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