With easy access to the beach and ideally situated for views of the sea and the chine, we have 12 Static Caravans on a plateau which, in days gone by, once housed the Brighstone Life Boat Station.
A fence between the caravans and the cliff edge is provided for parents’ peace of mind.
8 berth Central Heated static caravans are year 2011 models. They are 35 feet (10.7m) long and 12 feet (3.7m) wide and have 1 double bedroom and 2 twin bedrooms (these beds are 6 feet long and 2 foot or 2 foot 3 inches wide)
A double bed may also be made up in the lounge. Included in the caravan is a fully fitted kitchen and a separate shower room, with toilet and wash basin. They are fitted with either a gas or electric fire in the lounge and an electric heater mounted at the other end of the caravan
The 6-berth Static Caravans are 28 feet (8.5m) long and 12 feet (3.7m) wide and have 1 double bedroom and 1 twin bedrooms (these beds are 6 feet long and 2 foot, 3 inches wide).
A double bed may also be made up in the lounge.
These caravans have central heating and include a fully fitted kitchen and a separate shower room, with toilet and wash basin.
Standard Heating - gas fire in lounge + electric heater in bedroom
"Chine View" is an older 8-berth static caravan located up near the farm has a glorious view down the chine with a panoramic view of the sea, right in the heart of the farm alongside the stables, bedrooms are 1 double bedroom and 1 twin bedrooms, one of the twin bedrooms has a small bunkbed.
"No12" 2008 is a 4-6 berth static caravan situated down by the sea, near the end of the row overlooking the chine, and is a smaller build than the other models - 28 feet (8.5m) long, but only 10 feet (3m) wide and it has a heater at each end of the caravan.
The door(s) of each static caravan open out on to its own, decked veranda, mounted by steps or (in two cases) a slope.
Dogs: Whilst we do allow certain types or breeds of dogs in three of our static caravans, we are biased towards the smaller, short-haired breeds (and normally have an upper limit of 2 dogs in any given caravan). Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate dogs during the school summer holidays, and only permitted in 3 of our Static caravans.
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