The Milk House – 4 Star Self Catering Barn on the Isle of Wight
The Milk House is a 200 year old stone barn converted into a delightful and very comfortable holiday home.
It is situated at the end of a quiet country lane – tucked away at the foot of St Catherine’s Down, just below the Hoy Monument.
About a mile inland from the south coast of the Isle of Wight – the area is rolling countryside and is ideal for walking.
An open plan living room – with views to the cliffs at Tennyson Down.
A huge dining room /kitchen with picture windows – a shaker-style kitchen with every comfort imaginable. A lobby with downstairs shower and loo.
There are three large bedrooms – 2 with en-suite bathrooms and one with an en-suite loo with a roll top bath in the bedroom itself.
One of the bedrooms has a double bed with magnificent views across unspoiled countryside to Freshwater Bay. The middle bedroom has three single beds in it. Going through into the third bedroom (which has the roll-top bath) there are twin beds. This bedroom has French doors that lead out onto a wooden balcony and steps out into the garden.
Everything has been traditionally decorated with lime washed walls and every effort has been made to make it as ecologically acceptable as possible.
The Milk house has its own garden with bbq and garden furniture.
THE MILK HOUSE HAS: Electric range with a seven ring gas Hob Microwave, Fridge/Freezer, Washer/Dryer, Dishwasher, Television/Video, DVD, CD/stereo,Vacuum, Iron/ironing board. Also WiFi and freeview.
TERMS INCLUDE: Bed Linen (Duvets), Towels, Electricity, LP Gas, Heating.
– 20% deposit required within a week of a provisional booking being made.
– Cheques to be made payable to Caroline Gurney-Champion. Unfortunately there are no credit card facilities
– Balance at least 21 days before arrival please.
– 40% deposit required for July/August
“. . . Milk House, one of two very groovy conversions of 200-year-old barns. Both have exposed stonework and huge windows in the bedrooms, with views of the surrounding designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty .”
Cole Moreton, Independent on Sunday
Quotes from guests . . .
“Enjoy the silence here – look out late at night and notice its totally pitch-black!
Guy, Victoria, George and Johnnie
“We have seen many wild animals such as a badger, a few bunny rabbits and an owl”
“Great to be able to come back to a snug barn at the end of a long cold day!”
Rhys and Natalie
“Its been half a decade and a few more kids!! However the place is still as lovely as we left it.”
Jo, Rich, Sam and Harvey.
“We were greeted with a box full of home-grown vegetables and a beautiful vase of wild flowers”
Jared, Gaby, Maria (7yrs) and Jed (4yrs)