Built back in the 1920s, the interior design in this terraced house belongs well and truly in the 2020s. Walking through the space, you'll spot bold print wallpaper, industrial-chic light fittings and colourful pieces of artwork. That being said, all the home comforts are present too, from the curved leather sofa in front of the fireplace in the living room to the large patio space to the back of the property which has both a pizza oven and a fire pit — we think we know where you'll be on summer evenings. If the weather is indeed agreeable during your visit, you'll be happy to hear that Eastney Beach takes only fifteen minutes to reach on foot. The Isle of Wight can be reached in an hour and twenty if you fancy a day trip.
Home truths: *The bunk beds in the photo have since been changed into two singles
*The home is split across three floors, so it might not be suitable for guests with reduced mobility
*For parking, guests will need to buy a permit that costs £3.60 a day
*A cot and high chair can be provided, but they need to be requested beforehand and will come at an additional cost
*No pets are allowed unless agreed beforehand with the host
Holiday with friends,Long stays,Family holiday,Self Catering,Short Stay,Kid friendly (1-12 years),Infant friendly (under 12 months old),Golfing,Coastal,Walking distance to lake/sea,Walking distance to beach,Beach
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