NEWBARN COUNTRY COTTAGES

   Self Catering Holidays  

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ABOUT

Steve & Sarah welcome you to Newbarn Country Cottages for high quality self catering accommodation on the Isle of Wight at an affordable price. Formally a dairy farm Newbarn Farm is now primarily arable extending to some 300 acres.

If you are looking for a superb Farm Holiday, then look no further. Our cottages offer all the modern day comfort of home, in a truly stunning location.  Our farm is located almost in the centre of the Isle of Wight making it an ideal base for exploring this beautiful Island.

 

All four cottages are ground floor only with only a few steps, and with parking adjacent to each cottage are suitable for the elderly. Children of all ages are welcome.

In the interests of hygiene and asthma sufferers, we do not allow pets in any of the cottages. We also have a no smoking policy within the cottages. To allow time for cleaning to the high standard we endeavour to maintain, we ask guests to vacate the cottage by 10.00am on day of departure, and not to arrive before 4 pm

We consistently achieve the Enjoy England 4 star rating and offer the discerning visitor old fashioned hospitality in peaceful surroundings. We hope that should you decide to take your holiday with us, you too will love the cottage and the surrounding area.

Now Booking for 2022 & 2023!

We look forward to welcoming you to Newbarn Country Cottages

 

OUR COTTAGES

We consistently achieve the Enjoy England 4 Star rating and offer the discerning visitor old fashioned hospitality in peaceful surroundings. We hope you should decide to take your holiday with us, you too will love the cottage and the surrounding area.

** SATURDAY ARRIVALS ONLY**

 

OUR SERVICES

Free Parking

Free Wifi

Wightlink Ferry Bookings

Housekeeping Upon Arrival

 

Arable Farm Stay

Meet & Greet

 

GALLERY

 

SEE & DO

Cycling

 

Cycle routes are available across the Island. For the adventurous why not cycle round the whole Island!  The Round the Island route takes in 65 miles of sea views and countryside.

Sailing & Watersports

 

The Island has many fabulous beaches for you to enjoy. Sailing is a popular past time in Cowes, Yarmouth & Bembridge

Walking

 

There are a number of fantastic walks on the Isle of Wight. More than half of our Island is a designated  an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which offers breath-taking scenery everywhere you look. 

Golf

The Island has plenty of choice for those who want to enjoy a game of golf when visiting the Isle of Wight. Courses are available in Newport, Cowes, Freshwater, Ryde, Westridge and Shanklin & Sandown 

Blackgang Chine

 

Visit Blackgang Chine, the land of Imagination, on the beautiful Isle of Wight coast for a family day out like no other! Dinosaurs, dodos, cowboys and many more.

Isle Of Wight Donkey Sanctuary

The Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary is a registered Charity providing a secure, peaceful and happy home for donkeys which have been neglected, abandoned or in need of care.

Isle of Wight
 
Two hours South of London, lying just off the centre of southern England, the Isle of Wight's thirteen miles north to south and twenty three miles east to west contains a wide variety of landscapes from sheltered river valleys to wild, windswept headlands, from long golden sandy beaches to forests, picturesque villages and market towns.
The main industries of the Isle of Wight are agriculture and tourism with the resident population of 125,000 more than doubled during the busy summer holiday season from May to September.
Thatched villages still nestle in the folds of the hills. Ancient churches, Elizabethan manors and working mills vie for pride of place. The magic remains.
One of these thatched villages and possibly the most well known on the Island is Shanklin Olde Village. Shanklin is made up of three parts - the seafront, the shops, and the 'Olde Village'. The seafront can be reached by a lift in the steep cliffs and offers a sandy beach bordered to the south by the Fisherman's Cottage, a lovely thatched pub on the beach and nearby Shanklin Chine.
The Chine is a fissure in the cliffs stretching into the land. Although there is an admission charge it is well worth a visit as a walk down the winding path through the trees ferns and waterfall is magical. At the head of the Chine you are now in Shanklin's Olde Village, with beautiful thatched cottages with lovely tea gardens.
One of the older seaside resorts on the Island is Ventnor, clinging to the steep hillside of St Boniface Down with hairpin bends on the roads and paths to the sea. The warm climate is ideal for the attractive Botanical Gardens which host a great variety of plants and can be reached along the seafront on the cliff path or from the main Ventnor to St Lawrence road.
Along the seafront you will find a sandy beach with cafes and small shops. Around the corner between the pub and the Botanical Gardens is Steephill Cove, a tiny bay that can only be reached by foot. White cliffs rise up on either side blanketing it from the world.
The Isle of Wight is the ideal place to head if you enjoy cycling and walking. The 250miles of bridleway are great for Mountain Biking with a real mixed bag of chalky descents, rocky/rooty singletrack, hellish climbs - in fact, you name it, we've probably got it!
Newbarn Farm's central location is a perfect base for getting straight onto some of the best trails on the Island, not far from the Tennyson Trail, one of the longest and most varied trails with killer climbs and long fast descents, also a large part of the route in the annual 7 hills killer orienteering/endurance event. Whether you ride on or off road, there is also a wealth of great pubs and cafes along the way for refuelling.
The Isle of Wight is a wonderful place if you like walking in the fresh air. The scenery is magnificent and you can vary your walks as the mood takes you, sometimes on the high ground with wonderful views, sometimes the sea-shore along the sand or amongst the rocks. Being an island, whichever way the wind is blowing you can always select a sheltered walk.
The Island's Coastal Path circumnavigates the Island and stays beside the sea most of the way around. The total length is approximately 60 miles (100 km) and for convenience the trail is usually split into four equal length sections. The northern side trails border the Solent, the southern side trails are along sandy beaches and magnificent cliff edges. In all, it is a microcosm of all England has to offer.

GUEST REVIEW

We had a lovely stay at Newbarn Country Cottages. Views were wonderful. Cottage was clean and comfortable. Will definitely be back! Thank you Steve & Sarah.    

Amy & Nathan - Lincoln

 
 

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