Ivy Cottage | The Island Holiday Company
 

Ivy Cottage

Brading
2 bedrooms
1 bathroom
3 guests
 

Description

Located in the heart of the renowned and historical village of Brading, this characterful two bedroom, property is Dog friendly and can accommodate up to three guests. This mid-terraced former fisherman’s cottage sits within a quaint and pretty row of four similar styled cottages and is directly opposite a quiet but popular pub which allows dogs inside and out. The accommodation comprises lounge, dining room, modern family bathroom and kitchen on the ground floor, whilst upstairs you have two bedrooms a double to the front aspect and a single to the rear.

Outside to the rear is an enclosed court-yard garden with a raised decking and seating area.

PLEASE NOTE: Parking is available nearby in a public pay and display car park located in Brading High Street less than 200m from the property and a parking permit is included for one vehicle for the duration of your stay.
There is additional free on street parking just along the road and in adjoining streets.

Features

 

Property Information

ACCOMMODATION:

GROUND FLOOR:
Lounge: sofa, arm chair, WIFI TV, feature fireplace
Dining room: dining table with stools, narrow staircase to first floor.
Family bathroom: bath with overhead shower attachment, toilet & pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail.
Lean to area:
Kitchen: fridge/freezer, washing machine, gas hob, electric oven, kettle and toaster,
Lean to area: microwave, coffee machine, French doors out to rear courtyard.

FIRST FLOOR:
Bedroom 1: double size bed, wardrobe, bedside cabinets.
Bedroom 2: 3ft single bed, hanging rail, bedside cabinet, desk area.

OUTSIDE:
Enclosed small garden, with raised decking area, garden furniture, please note there are three steps up into garden from the rear of the house.

ADDITIONAL:

PLEASE NOTE: a pre-authorised, refundable, security deposit will be required a week before arrival at the property. No money is taken, unless damage is reported at the property within 14 days of departure.

This property can accept a maximum of 1 dogs. The charge is £35 per dog, per week and we kindly ask that you bring your own dog bedding. Please ensure that you correctly add your pet(s) when making your booking, so this additional cost is included. If it becomes apparent that you have brought a pet(s) with you but did not advise us, we will contact you to request payment separately.

Arrival time: 16.00 onwards / Departure time: 10:00

There is no electric car charger on site and guests are prohibited from using the mains electric in the property to charge a car, unless agreed with the Owner of the property. If it becomes apparent a car is being charged without prior approval, then the guest may be charged an additional amount to cover the extra cost.

Linens and towels are provided, but please bring your own beach towels and cot linen as necessary.

Please be advised there is a narrow staircase between floors.

​There is a strict no smoking policy.

Please be respectful of the property and the neighbours during your stay; leaving the property as you found it on your arrival.

A breach of the rules and guidelines could mean forfeiture of the Security Deposit.

The Island Holiday Company are able to offer discounted ferry travel when you book your holiday through us.

Location


One of the Isle of Wight’s oldest town Brading is located on the East side of the island, a short distance from the seaside town of Ryde.

The town many years ago formed a major port on the Isle of Wight, before the area was fully reclaimed in the late 19th Century, and there are still many signs of its previous history visible today.

Much of the interesting architecture through the heart of the town is original, with some beautiful cottages and buildings on show.

Many of the things to do in Brading are related to the town’s rich history and past. Explore the pretty Norman church of St Mary’s, to the rear of which stands the charming Old Town Hall.
In the grounds outside the new town hall there is an iron bullring that was historically used to secure a bull whilst it was rather gruesomely baited by dogs as part of a traditional celebration
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On the outskirts of the town the Brading Roman Villa offers good insight into some of the many relics that have been found from the Roman period in the area, and the Villa site sits within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The restored railway station buildings and signal box at the Grade II listed Brading Railway Station are also well worth a visit, as their shop and tearoom also houses the Brading Tourist Information Point.

The Brading Downs provide some of the most spectacular views across the Isle of Wight looking out across Culver Down and Sandown Bay, there are many footpaths and bridleways across the Downs and the protected RSPB marsh lands making the area highly popular for walking, exploring and birdwatching.
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