The Stables, Kingston, Isle of Wight
The Stables is a thoughtfully renovated self catering holiday barn that can be found at Kingston Barns on the Isle of Wight. It offers excellent and airy open plan accommodation that is all on one level, making it suitable for those with limited mobility.
Our holiday home includes:
Fully equipped kitchen.
Underfloor heating throughout.
Travelling from home with the destination being an Island is always exciting. Pack up your bags and take a short trip down the A3 or M3 to Portsmouth, Southampton, or through the New Forest to Lymington; catch a ferry, relax and leave all your troubles behind. The short distance, maximum 40 mins journey across the Solent, and you will arrive at your destination, our beautiful Isle of Wight. The island enjoys a fabulous coast line for stunning beach walks, horse riding and links golf courses. Fabulous walks can be enjoyed inland too with a plethora of wildlife and birdlife to enjoy. Being surrounded by the sea comes with its own activities with sailing, fishing, kayaking, or just lying on your lilo on offer. To the North of the Island you’ll find the famous mecca of Cowes. This is where those with yachts gather once a year to dash to the finishing line, spinnakers flying, for a whole week. Cowes plays host admirably with the parade being decked out with live music, individual stalls and a magnificent fireworks party to mark the end of the week. It takes place every year in August. The high street is always shut to cars so meandering up the high street, with its pretty, individual shops, is a lovely way to while away a day. Northwood House is in the centre of Cowes and has a wonderful park for walking and a play ground. To the west of Cowes is the pretty village of Gurnard with its sailing club, pretty green with a wonderful playground for children overlooking a row of beach huts. The beach runs along the coast with a few coffee shops, pubs and restaurants, commanding stunning views. Further to the West is Newtown, the oldest town in the country, with a beautiful nature reserve. Going to the East of the Island is Wooten Bridge which has a busy harbour and further round Quarr Abbey, a magnificent Abbey, perched on a hill, well worth a visit.
For more information about our holiday home on the Isle of Wight please visit our website.
Disabled facilities available by arrangement – please enquire for details.
Telephone: 01983 875378
Email: [email protected]
Sleeps: 1 to 4