Water Mill Vacations - Badgers Oak

Newport
3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
6 guests
 

Description

“Badgers Oak ” is one of three lodges available to holiday let, set adjacent to the grounds of Calbourne Water Mill on the Isle of Wight, constructed from cedar and larch with wooden floors, these holiday homes are superbly located, overlooking woodland, a stream and the rural countryside.
Each lodge can sleep up to six people across three upstairs bedrooms, comprising of a double bedroom and two twin rooms, perfect for families, and small groups, they also allow you to bring your pets on holiday with you too.
The Water Mill has always been a popular Island tourist attraction and beautiful place to visit, set in 35 acres of stunning rural landscape with doves, ducks and waterfowl and of course the famous friendly peacocks that you’ll find wandering freely around the grounds.
When you stay as guests at Badgers Oak or any of the holiday accommodation on site , you will also have free access, when open (please check for opening times to avoid disappointment when booking) to the Water Mill’s attractions which are just a stone’s throw away from your accommodation, enjoy looking around the working mill, play the 18-hole adventure golf course, visit the small war museum and explore the many exhibits. When the attraction is closed the owners are very happy for you to still stretch, your legs and wander the grounds whilst you enjoy your break. Wildlife abounds here with badgers, various birds and famous red squirrels highly likely to be seen during your stay, take a leisurely stroll up towards the barns and view the large portable steam engine and other old farming equipment. Visit the small windmill on the hill, and enjoy a walk by the river
The Mill has existed for over a thousand years and was first mentioned in the doomsday book A.D 1086 making it an original Isle of Wight destination. Still working the mill has supplied flour and animal feeds to the people of the Island over many years. Flour, muesli, and oats are still produced today, which you can purchase on site.
Sit and relax with a lovely cream tea purchased from the cafe or maybe an ice cream for the young ones. The cafe is a converted 17th century cattle barn and you can still see the marks where the cows rubbed against the pillars!

The Isle of Wight is renowned for having a warm, sunny climate and has 57 miles of coastline containing some of the best beaches in the UK. Sandown, Shanklin and Ryde offer miles of golden sand, with Freshwater Bay, Totland Bay, Colwell Bay and Steephill Cove offering great days out, there are also numerous attractions to discover for all ages, including The Needles, with its chairlift, amusement park, boat rides, lighthouse and coloured sands of Alum Bay., Blackgang Chine, the oldest themed attraction in the UK, Ventnor Botanical Gardens, Tapnell Farm Park or the sailing towns of Yarmouth and Cowes. Whatever you decide, one thing’s for sure, the Isle of Wight has plenty to offer.

This property can accept a maximum of 2 dogs, charged at £35 per dog, per week.

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

Features

 

Property Information

ACCOMMODATION

Ground Floor.
Living area: With wood burner, With Freeview TV, French doors & further Bi-fold door leading to rear decked balcony
Dining area.
Kitchen area: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine
Bathroom: Bath with handheld shower over, single wash hand basin, toilet, heated towel rail and shaving point
First Floor:
Bedroom 1: With double bed and Freeview TV.
Bedroom 2: With 3ft twin beds and Freeview TV.
Bedroom 3: With twin beds and Freeview TV.
Shower room: With shower cubicle, single wash hand basin, toilet, shaving point and heated towel rail.

Bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial logs for wood burner included. Cot and highchair. 30-acre grounds (shared with other properties on site). Decked balcony with garden furniture and BBQ. Parking for 2 cars in site car park less than 50m from lodges. No smoking. 2 Pets allowed at a charge of £35 per pet, per stay.

Please note: There is an unfenced mill stream, pond and drop within the grounds.

Location

The picturesque rural village of Calbourne takes its name from the stream that passes through town, the Caul Bourne. Arguably one of the prettiest west Wight villages it is not surprising that much of Calbourne is designated a conservation area. Winkle Street or as its alternatively known Barrington Row, is a picturesque row of cottages dating from the 18th-century which looks out on the village stream accessible via local footpaths and bridleways to miles of downland and country walks. The village of Freshwater to the West and the Island's capital town of Newport are both around a fifteen to twenty minute drive

Reviews

Previous guest
On Wednesday, 18 May 2022
Lovely lodge in a beautiful setting. Free entry into the park which has a museum, old farm buildings and a lake with waterfowl
Previous guest
On Thursday, 30 Sep 2021
An excellent place to stay. Staff at the Water Mill were very friendly.
Previous guest
On Wednesday, 18 Aug 2021
This was a very nice place to stay. The cottage was nice, the location excellent, and the staff friendly. We particularly appreciated being able to use the facilities at the mill without charge both during open hours and out of hours.
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