"Jobsons dairy is an original converted milking parlour originally part of the adjacent thatched 17th century farmhouse where the owners now live. This Isle of Wight holiday let is set in a peaceful location on a small holding with glorious views across the island and towards the historic village of Niton on the Isle of Wight.\nAll your furry friends are welcome here if they are well behaved lots of walks around for dogs and there’s even stabling for horses should you need it. Enjoy the scenery from your own hot tub on the terrace before retreating into the eclectic and well-designed interior which is decorated with original artwork. There is an open plan living area and chunky wooden dining table in the kitchen for meals. Two comfortable bedrooms are well equipped and sleep four people in total."
Jobsons Dairy: sleeps 4 in 1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom and a shower room with parking and a hot tub.
All on Ground Floor
Sitting Room with 2 sofas, TV (freeview), door to patio.
Kitchen/dining area with modern kitchen area with large wooden dining table and wooden worktops. Fridge/freezer, washing machine, microwave, dishwasher, gas hob.
Bedroom 1 (sleeps 2) Twin-bedded room
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2) Double bed
Bathroom with separate shower room
Enclosed patio area with hot tub, and small grassed area.
Table, chairs and benches.
Parking directly in front of the accommodation.
What you need to know
Stabling available for horses
The approach to the dairy is via a well maintained track
Owners live in attached adjacent thatched farmhouse.
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