A cosy hideaway for a romantic break, Badger Sett Brook is a detached barn conversion just half a mile from the beach at Brook Bay.
Located in tranquil surroundings the cottage has an equally relaxing ambience from the moment you step inside with plenty of natural light thanks to its two double patio doors.
Dogs are very welcome here and are bound to love the golden sands of the local beach as much as you.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
Flat Screen TV
About Badgers Sett Brook
Badger Sett Brook is a delightful barn conversion, designed and built in 2018 with romantic stays in mind. Underfloor heating and a log burner are just some of the finer touches to this modern, airy barn.
With a well-equipped modern fitted kitchen and bathroom with shower and bath tub to the cosy mezzanine level bedroom, the welcome pack is the icing on the cake when you just want to relax upon arrival.
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Things To Do in Brook, Nr Brighstone
A quiet, ‘we had the beach just to ourselves’ moment doesn’t happen often in life but at Brook Bay you may just find it. With cliffs formed of fossilised trees and fossilised dinosaur prints to be seen at low tide at Hanover Point, you would think this gem of a history trail would be packed all year round.
Yet it isn’t and it’s one of the Isle of Wight’s best kept beach secrets. Fossil hunters and windsurfers will probably be the only other people you’ll cross paths with all day. If you are a dinosaur fan, book a tour to see the fossilised footprints at key times of the day.
From Brook Bay keen cyclists can cycle to the Needles landmark to enjoy a well-earned rest on the world-famous chairlift as it climbs to the top to see the colourful sand and Needles rocks. The chairlift is also easy to get to by car for those who want to take their pooch with them. These three chalk rocks contrast sharply with the lighthouse that warns of their existence and are one of the most iconic images of the Isle of Wight.
The Needles Rocks have other attractions, too. For the sweet-toothed the Isle of Wight Sweet Manufactory, which dates back to the Victorian era, is a must-visit with sweet making demonstrations in the summer months. The manufactory shop has all manner of sweets available, made on the premises, to take home as gifts or a souvenir.
For something unique that will last longer than the sweets, a purchase of hand-blown glass from Alum Bay Glass is sure to bring back great memories of a fantastic holiday. Local glassblowers have been producing unique pieces from perfume bottles to bowls and doorknobs here since 1972.
The town of Newport is also with driving distance or you can catch the local bus just outside the cottage. From shopping at national chains to local independent shops or enjoying the Isle of Wight Festival, it is a pleasant day trip to this town rich in Georgian and Victorian architecture. A bustling town, Newport has some fantastic restaurants and bars to enjoy.
It is clear from the moment you walk through the doors of Badgers Sett Brook that it has been designed with a romantic stay for a couple in mind. From the log burner for a cosy night on the couch with a glass of wine to the mezzanine bedroom, this barn conversion is relaxing, full of light and also welcomes man’s best friend.
The ten minute walk to the beach from Badgers Sett Brook for a stroll, to watch the kites or to take part in impromptu cricket matches and wind surfing are just a few reasons to enjoy this unspoilt part of the Isle of Wight’s south western coastline.
The cliffs at Hanover Point and the dinosaur prints at low tide are quite simply wonderful and a unique memory from a holiday here. Why not add your own foot and paw prints to this delightful shoreline?
Badgers Sett Brook
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