Chale Farm Lodge

This charming detached lodge is located on the owner’s working farm in an area of excellent natural beauty on the Isle of Wight.

When you go into the house, you’ll be greeted by a lovely open-plan living area that’s been beautifully designed with quality furnishings and hardwood flooring to create a modern vacation home perfect for groups and families wishing to explore the coastal region.

The lounge offers a spacious corner sofa where you can cosy up with your loved ones and watch all of your favourite shows while the warming woodburning stove keeps you nice and toasty all evening.

Gather around the dining table for a substantial breakfast while organising the day’s activities, or simply utilise it as a peaceful spot to read a good book. The kitchen features stunning white fitted cabinets and sleek oak worktops, as well as all the tools you’ll need to whip up a wonderful home-cooked supper for the whole family.

You will have access to three well-presented bedrooms, consisting of a king-size, double, and twin configuration, with plenty of storage space and great views across the countryside, as all rooms are located on the ground level.

The master bedroom features a luxurious en-suite shower room as well as an additional family bathroom with high-end fixtures and furnishings.

Step out onto the enclosed garden area, complete with lawn areas where your children may run and play freely while you relax on the sundeck.

Description

The White Mouse Inn at Chale, a local 18th-century tavern with a selection of good food and real beers on tap, is a must-visit.

You are in a perfect location to visit Blackgang Chine, the world’s oldest amusement park, which features a variety of themed roller-coaster attractions that you and your children will enjoy.

There are numerous sandy beaches within walking distance of Chale where you may spend your afternoons sunbathing against the golden sands or swimming in the beautiful waters.

You may explore the coast and country on any of the local paths, with stunning ocean vistas as your backdrop and a profusion of bird life for avid birdwatchers and photographers among you, thanks to its rural position. Especially to the Pepper Pot, a 35-foot-tall octagonal structure known as ‘St Catherine’s Oratory’. Built in 1312, this mediaeval lighthouse is thought to be one of the oldest in the United Kingdom. The National Trust acreage surrounding the Pepper Pot is a walker’s and birdwatcher’s dream, with birds visible up close.