Self Catering Accommodation on the Isle of Wight @ 3 Sea Breeze Cottages, Brighstone, Isle of Wight
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The cottage is ideally located for exploring the unspoilt West Wight countryside and seaside, with coastal and downland footpaths from the door. The coastal path and beach are within 250 yards and the Dinosaur Farm Museum, site of recent unique dinosaur finds, is one and a half miles away. The popular Blackgang Chine theme park and The Needles and Alum Bay are all within a 15 minute drive or accessible via a panoramic bus ride. The spectacular cliff-top Freshwater Bay Golf Club is a 5 minute drive away.

Brighstone Beach

The amenities of picturesque Brighstone village are a pleasant half a mile walk inland. Brighstone has a grocer, newsagent, Post Office, doctors' surgery, library, two pubs, tea garden, National Trust shop, free village museum and a beautiful Norman church.

Brighstone Village

Nearby Brook and Compton Bays are popular with extreme watersports enthusiasts and paragliders, but also provide safe swimming, sand, rockpools and real dinosaur footprints for younger visitors.

Kiteboarders at Brook Beach

Of local historic interest are Mottistone Manor, Neolithic downland burial mounds and "The Longstone" standing stone.

Mottistone Manor



Sailing, cycling, horse riding, fishing, golf, tennis, surfing, windsurfing, paragliding, kiteboarding, diving and beach football.


Roman villas, Carisbrooke Castle, Queen Victoria's Osborne House, quaint villages, Tudor manor houses, old churches and museums of smuggling and shipwrecks. The Island has been home to poets, writers and artists, among them Lord Tennyson, Wordsworth, J.B. Priestley and Juliet Margaret Cameron.


Safe sandy beaches, Blackgang Chine, Robin Hill Country Park, Sandown Dinosaur Museum, I.W. Tiger Sanctuary, Amazon World, Brickfields Shire Horse Centre, several leisure centres and theatres/cinemas, family friendly pubs and local farm produce.

The "Back of the Wight"


Hundreds of miles of footpaths and cycle ways, cliff tops, downlands, woodlands, coves, bays, chines and estuaries, including the National Trust Newtown nature reserve. The Island is home to rare red squirrels and a haven for bird watchers and fossil hunters.


World famous Cowes Week and other sailing regattas, The Nokia Isle of Wight Music Festival, White Air Extreme Sports Festival, the I.W. Walking and Cycling Festivals, The Bestival, The I.W. Jazz Festival and numerous summer carnivals.