Bonchurch, Ventnor – Waterfall Bliss

When you first walk into the three bed cottage, you’ll notice an open-plan living area with floor-to-ceiling windows and patio doors that lead out to the garden. This room offers a TV/DVD player and comfortable seats. The dining space, complete with a round table, provides a calm setting for meals while admiring the lovely sea beyond. The kitchen also contains a gas stovetop and double electric oven, as well as a refrigerator/freezer, dishwasher, and a central island with breakfast bar. A shower over the bath and a WC are included in the fully tiled bathroom. A separate shower room with WC is also available.

The first attractive bedroom is a fantastic double with a super-king-size bed and lovely sea views, as well as French doors that open onto a terrace with table and chairs. The second, a magnificent double bedroom with a super-king-size bed and a French door that provides direct access to the patio and garden, also has views of the sea. The third room is a charming twin room. In the living room, there is ample wardrobe space and a French-style single daybed that may be used to accommodate an extra guest for an additional fee.

The cottage features a beautiful walled and fenced yard with breathtaking views of the sea. Meals can be enjoyed al fresco with the help of garden equipment. The promenade is reached via steps that descend from the garden. On the common driveway, there is off-road parking for two cars. Guests can walk down the lane from the drive to the beach.

Description

Bonchurch is a small seaside village with a pebble beach that is occasionally sandy at low tide. It has fantastic sea views and is right next to the pedestrian-only promenade. A large pond with abundance of wildlife, an 11th century church, gorgeous stone structures, and sub tropical vegetation can all be found in the town centre, which is only a short walk away.

Bonchurch has a serene atmosphere, which may explain why it was popular among Victorian writers and poets. Explore the promenade that winds its way from Wheelers Bay to Ventnor, a little seaside community with miles of beach, cafés, restaurants, and a variety of small stores. The coastal road eastwards from Bonchurch gives a pleasant stroll via the quiet hamlet of Luccombe to the larger beach resort of Shanklin, making it a perfect walking day excursion.