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Full sized electric cooker, refrigerator, microwave, spin drier, iron, ironing board & electric heaters.
Thirty-two-inch television, & DVD player.
Historical, Horse Riding, Art & Painting
Children Welcome,No Pets Allowed,No Smoking
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Bay Tree Cottage Price From £145 Per Week
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Part of Ryde Cottages
Sleeps 2-4, 2 bedrooms. Price From £145 Per Week
Bay Tree and Hyacinth are two traditional cottages nestled in Monkton Street just a short walk from the sandy beaches of Ryde.
Whether you’re looking for complete relaxation and peace or a jam-packed, fun-filled vacation, the Isle of Wight offers a world of treats with Ryde a wonderful centre to stay.
Bay Tree Cottage
Bay Tree Cottage has an entrance hall, lounge/dining room and kitchen downstairs and two bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. The fitted kitchen has a breakfast bar. The main bedroom has two single beds linked together as a king size bed (5ft wide), they can be separated if required. The second bedroom is entered through the main bedroom and has two (2ft 6in) single beds. A cot is available. The bathroom has a toilet, wash basin and bath with shower.
New for 2018: We have had extensive work done on Bay Tree Cottage. The ground floor has been removed and replaced with an insulated concrete floor. The fireplace has been removed and a log burning stove fitted.
Small front garden.
There is no time limit for parking in the street and there is space in front of the cottages.
The cottages are in Monkton Street, Ryde, only 4 minutes walk from the seafront, 10 minutes from the town centre and ideally situated for access to all parts of the island with its wide variety of scenery, sights and activities.
More about Ryde
Ryde is a bustling seaside town with a harbour, excellent shopping centre, restaurants, inns, and a cinema. The wide, sandy beaches stretch for three miles all the way to Nettlestone Point. The clean, sheltered waters offer safe bathing for all ages with sun or shade as preferred. There are lovely walks along the coast, parks by the sea, bowling greens, putting greens, nine and eighteen-hole golf courses, heated swimming pool and a boating lake. From the pier a high speed ferry and hovercraft run to Portsmouth with its amazing dockyard museum. A frequent train service operates from Ryde to Brading, Sandown and Shanklin, and buses run to all parts of the island. (Bus timetables with maps are available in the cottages and from the terminus at the pier).
More about the Isle of Wight
The Island is a wonderful place for all ages. Plenty for children: Blackgang Chine, Robin Hill Adventure Park, the tigers at Sandown zoo, the Dinosaur museum, the Ship Wreck Centre, the steam railway and so much more. For walkers there is a coastal footpath, part of which passes along Ryde esplanade and on via Seaview, the secluded St Paul’s and Priory bays to St Helen’s and Bembridge; easy level walking all the way. The island has a mass of other footpaths to explore.
Each cottage is comfortably furnished and fully equipped for self-catering with full sized electric cooker, refrigerator, microwave, spin drier, iron and ironing board, electric heaters, radio, thirty-two-inch television, DVD, duvets and blankets.
Bed Linen can be supplied at £10 per double or £5 per single.
Electricity is charged at 15p per unit.
We appreciate no smoking in the cottages and sorry, no dogs.
On the way to the seafront is a general store, newsagent, launderette and a cafe.
The fortifications of the Isle of Wight provide an historic insight into the Island’s strategic role throughout history. Carisbrooke Castle dates from Norman times and brings history alive to many thousands of visitors each year. Yarmouth Castle, the Needles Old Battery and Fort Victoria, will be of interest to the military historian as well as the casual visitor. Hilltop monuments such as the Yarborough Monument on Culver Down and the Tennyson Monument on Tennyson Down await discovery by the walker.
With a whole host of museums, galleries, historical buildings and renowned as one of Europe’s finest sites for dinosaur remains, the Isle of Wight is the ideal place to visit for a historical break. For details about our guided historical tours, please contact Themed Holiday Ideas.
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Tel: +44 (0)1223 968053
Tel: +44 02380849565
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