Borthwood Cottages, Newchurch, Sandown, Isle of Wight
Borthwood Cottages were originally a milking parlour but have been rebuilt to form four self catering cottages situated in a tranquil, rural location near Sandown in the Isle of Wight. The holiday cottages offer views over the surrounding countryside to Culver Cliff and within yards of Borthwood copse a National Trust Wood.
The holiday cottages are an ideal base for exploring the island and have been designed to provide spacious family accommodation, incorporating disabled facilities. In the neighbouring fields you will meet a friendly family of Highland cows, who can often be seen helping to keep the grass down in the paddocks.
The holiday cottages are brick built with slate roofs, fully insulated and completely double–glazed. The majority of rooms have a southerly aspect with stunning views. They are designed to accommodate six persons in Rose and Oak and Laurel and four persons in Elm.
The Isle of Wight is renowned for its scenery, lovely walks and cycle tracks. Borthwood Cottages are ideally situated for exploring the island whether you are walking, cycling or in a car.