Nettlecombe Farm , Isle of Wight

Nettlecombe Farm
Whitwell
Ventnor
Isle of Wight
PO38 2AF

Accreditations : Independent
Sleeps : 1 - 10

Specialist breaks : Child Friendly, Fishing / Angling

Rate low season : £530 pw

Rate high season : £1640 pw

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About Nettlecombe Farm - Self Catering Cottage Holidays


Whether you're bringing the whole family to discover what the Island offers, or you just want to get away from it all for a peaceful time fishing on our lakes, exploring the local countryside or just simply relaxing - Nettlecombe Farm is the perfect base any time of year. It offers a variety of home from home accommodation, something to suit everyone:

The Farmhouse - this has been converted in to three fully self-contained self catering apartments with open plan lounge/kitchen/diner:

Barley - sleeps 6
Oats - sleeps 4
Wheat - sleeps 8

Electricity for the apartments is provided by a coin operated meter (£1 required)

The Barns and Stables - converted in 2003, the barn and stables surrounding the farmyard, provide a further four high quality self-catering holiday cottages;

Wren - sleeps 3/4
Heron - sleeps 6
Robin - sleeps 5
Swallow - sleeps 10

Each of these properties has a small enclosed garden/patio area.

The Cottages:
Corner Cottage - sleeps 8
This cottage has an open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, 1 bedroom and a shower room with WC on the ground floor. Upstairs there is a further 3 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin with bunks and 1 king sized double.

Forge Cottage - sleeps 3
All on one level this cottage has open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, a bathroom and 2 bedrooms: 1 double and 1 single.


Nettlecombe Farm has been in the Morris family for over 100 years. It is a working farm with beef cattle and sheep, as well as ponies and donkeys. In the Rickyard there is a wide variety of small livestock normally including chickens, geese, turkeys, pigs, goats and rabbits. In springtime, visiting children may be lucky enough to help bottle-feed the lambs. And when the kids need to let off steam there are three large grassed play areas - including one with toddlers play equipment, which has a stunning large 'Wendy' house and a fabulous wooden tractor and for the older children there is a sports pitch. There are many glorious walks and cycle routes accessible from the farm with breathtaking views of a large part of the island. Excellent coarse fishing is also available on our three lakes.

The passing of the seasons and the changing landscape make Nettlecombe Farm worth visiting at any time of year and we are happy to offer short breaks for out of season guests visiting between October & May.



Nettlecombe Farm Facilities

Dishwasher
Microwave
Washing machine
Tumble dryer
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Fridge
Freezer
Cooker
Games Room
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Open Fire / Log Burner
Heating
Electricity included
Ensuite facilities
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TV
DVD
Sky TV
WiFi
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Towels provided
Bed linen provided
Disabled access
Ground floor bedrooms
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Children welcome
High Chair
Baby Cot
Pets welcome
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Parking
Swimming pool
Sauna / hot tub
Tennis court
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Garden
BBQ
Beaches nearby
Pub nearby
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Places To Visit

The Isle of Wight is a short sea crossing from the mainland. With a history that extends from the Stone Age, through the Roman and Medieval eras to the present day via Tudor, Regency and Victorian times, and is an Island for everyone. Today there are many family attractions together with impressive coastal scenery, wonderful downland, unspoilt 'English' villages and splendid beaches. The island measures a mere twenty three miles by thirteen so everything is within easy reach. It also enjoys excellent weather.

Places to visit include include Appley Park, Brading Roman Villa, Bembridge Windmill, Quarr Abbey, Flamingo Park, Isle of Wight Zoo, Osborne House and Carisbrooke Castle to name just a few.

There are many activities to take part in including:
Horse Riding
Cycling/Mountain Biking
Walking/Hiking
Golf
Sailing/Watersports.