Along the southern coast of the Isle of Wight is Chert, a delightful holiday home that’s bright, airy and filled with character. This sleek and contemporary home away from home is ideal for anyone visiting the Isle of Wight for a relaxing self-catering holiday. It’s in the sleepy village of St Lawrence and offers captivating coastal views thanks to its clifftop location.
Chert is a well-designed holiday home that’s sophisticated and impressive throughout. One of its key features is the balcony from which you can enjoy breath taking views of the coast. Another feature that’s worth mentioning is the large glass windows that let in a generous amount of natural light. Chert comes equipped with all the amenities you could need for a hassle-free stay. Because of its uncovered garden pond and steep metal spiral staircase, it’s not recommended for children under the age of 12.
The holiday home is well located for anyone keen to explore the Isle of Wight. Nearby is the charming town of Ventnor, known for its independent shops and eateries, not to mention its pleasantly warm weather. Half an hour’s drive away is the bustling capital town of Newport, which boasts a choice of lovely shops, restaurants and bars. Some of the most popular local attractions include Carisbrooke Castle, Butterfly World IOW and Monkey Haven – Primate Rescue Centre.
Parking spaces for two cars
Unsuitable for children under 12
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Things to Do
Dinosaur Isle – A popular family-friendly attraction, Dinosaur Isle is a museum dedicated to dinosaurs. Learn about the mighty creatures that roamed the planet many millions of years ago, and be amazed by life-size replicas.
Bembridge & St Helens – No visit to the Isle of Wight is complete without visiting Bembridge and St Helens. They’re two settlements that are right on the coast and are full of charm and character. Enjoy exploring these peaceful places and taking in the stunning views they offer.
The Needles – On the west coast of the Isle of Wight, this attraction is arguably the island’s top natural wonder. It consists of three chalk stacks that rise close to 100 feet out of the ocean.
The Bistro – Located in nearby Ventnor just a stone’s throw from the coast, The Bistro is a friendly, welcoming restaurant with a pleasant atmosphere. It has an open kitchen and its menu features contemporary dishes made with locally sourced ingredients.
The Rex – Also in Ventnor is The Rex, an Italian restaurant whose tastefully prepared food showcases the best of Italy’s rich cuisine.
Thompson’s Restaurant – Half an hour away in Newport is this British restaurant whose menu items all come with wine pairings. It’s set in a well-preserved historic building and its tasting menus allow you to sample all sorts of British food.
Close to Ventnor on Isle of Wight.