We have 4 Barn conversions - Haybarn, Stables, Dairy & Cabin. They are all centrally heated.

Dairy Barn Conversion:- 6 berth 3 bedrooms (2 upstairs 1 downstairs) 2x bathrooms (one upstairs one down) (see photos below)
  • 2010-dairy-d-bedroom
  • 2010-dairy-hallway
  • 2010-dairy-kitchen
  • 2010-dairy-lounge
  • 2010-dairy-s-bedroom
  • Dairy-Hallway-Isle-of-Wight-Holidays
  • Dairy-Isle-of-Wight-Holidays
  • Dairy-Milk-Churn-Isle-of-Wight-Holidays
  • Dairy-outside-Isle-of-Wight-Holidays

Layout plan of the dairy barn

Cabin Barn Conversion:- 6 berth 3 bedrooms (all upstairs) - (see photos below)
  • 2013-Cabin
  • Cabin-2011-10
  • Cabin-2011-11
  • Cabin-2011-12
  • Cabin-2011-13
  • Cabin-2011-1
  • Cabin-2011-2
  • Cabin-2011-3
  • Cabin-2011-4
  • Cabin-2011-6
  • Cabin-2011-7
  • Cabin-2011-8
  • Cabin-2011-9
  • Cabin-Entrance-Holiday-Cottages
  • CabinEntrance-Holiday-Cottages
  • Cabin-upStairsHallway-Holiday-Cottages
  • layout-cabin

Stables Cottage Converson:- 6 berth 3 bedrooms (all upstairs) - (see photos below)
  • 2010-stables-bathroom
  • 2010-stables-b-bedroom
  • 2010-stables-kitchen2
  • 2010-stables-kitchen
  • 2010-stables-lounge
  • 2010-stables-s-bedroom
  • 2013-Stables
  • layout-stables
  • Stables-Dbedroom2
  • StablesGardenDoor-SelfCateringHoliday
  • Stables-Hallway
  • StablesOutside-SelfCateringHoliday
  • Stables-SelfCateringHoliday

Haybarn Conversion:- 6/10 berth 4 bedrooms (all upstairs) 2x bathrooms (one upstairs one down)
  • HaybarnBedroom-Holiday-Accommodation
  • HaybarnDownstairsToilet-Holiday-Accommodation
  • Haybarn-Holiday-Accommodation
  • HaybarnKitchen1-Holiday-Accommodation
  • HaybarnKitchen2-Holiday-Accommodation
  • HaybarnLounge-Holiday-Accommodation
  • HaybarnLounge
  • HaybarnOutside-Holiday-Accommodation
  • HaybarnPatio-Holiday-Accommodation
  • HaybarnUpstairsToilet-Holiday-Accommodation
  • layout-haybarn

About the cottages:- The Haybarn, Stables & Dairy have been converted from stone barns, and overlook the farmyard (behind) with views of Brighstone downs, Grange Chine and the Sea (front left Bridge, front right chine & beach)

The Cabin has been converted from a stone and rustic wooden barn, and overlooks the sea and children`s play area, it is about 2 minutes walk to the beach and is situated next door to the Goats stable! NB: Drawings are not to scale

These were farm buildings that have been converted into self-catering holiday cottages. Each one has something of a rustic character, with part of the original internal structure on display. Located close to the farmyard, yet each is about 300-350 yards (275-320m) to the beach and ideally situated for a seaside holiday.

We are open from 1 March until 1 November All Self-catering Cottages are centrally heated and have:- · A fully equipped kitchen/dining room with dining table/chairs, electric fan oven, hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, crockery, cutlery, saucepans, iron etc. · A TV, DVD player and video recorder, along with furniture in the lounge. · An upstairs bathroom with a shower, toilet, basin and bath.

(Haybarn also has additional downstairs cloakroom with toilet and basin) · A small walled garden with gate and easy access (Cabin and Dairy are paved & Haybarn and Stables have grass) · Car parking space. The Haybarn has 4 bedrooms: 1 double; 1 quad (2 sets of large bunk beds); 1 single; and 1 triple (i.e: a double bed and a single bed). The Stables has 3 bedrooms: 1 double; 1 twin; the 3rd bedroom has a double futon bed under a single bunk bed.

The Dairy has 3 bedrooms: 1 double and 2 twin (one of these rooms is downstairs). The Cabin has 3 bedrooms: 2 double and 1 twin.


Dogs: The Cabin is the only self-catering cottage in which we allow certain types or breeds of dogs (no more than two) - but we are biased towards the smaller, short-haired breeds. We are very sorry, but we are unable to accommodate dogs during the school summer holidays. Dogs are permitted on the beach here but not necessarily on all other beaches on the Island. A very good information sheet about dogs is available here: http://www.wightlink.co.uk/isle-of-wight-guide-and-events/walking/pawprint