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This attractive wooden chalet, formerly the clubhouse for the old Royal Isle of Wight Golf Links, has been adapted for accompanied disabled visitors. Its verandah overlooks the Duver, a stretch of sand and shingle owned by the Trust, and much frequented by seabirds and other wildlife. The village of St. Helens, about a quarter of a mile away, has a shop and Post Office, pub and restaurant.
Heating: Night storage heating and electric fire included.
Parking: There is space for 2 cars on the hardcore immediately to the rear of the cottage.
Garden: An enclosed garden surrounds the cottage with a picnic table and a veranda.
Offers: Guests will have free access (during opening hours) to all Isle of Wight National Trust properties.
Please take your holiday confirmation invoice as proof of eligibility to gain entry.
Please note: Each bathroom is accessed through a bedroom.
It's hard to believe this special place of rolling green countryside and white chalky coastland is only half an hour away from the English mainland; time spent here feels nothing like the frantic pace of daily life. And thanks to low light pollution, it's one of the best spots in the South to see the stars flash across the dark sky at night â€“ so remember to pack a flask!