SHALFLEET

attractive and intimate

Shalfleet Barn, Shalfleet

Sleeps: 6    ●    Bedrooms: 3    ●    Bathroom: 2

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Shalfleet Barn, a secluded converted barnhouse within the picturesque village of Shalfleet, on the Isle of Wight. An attractive and intimate holiday home.

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SHALFLEET

The small village of Shalfleet is located in the heart of the Island’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with its stunning coastal scenery, the area offers a varied choice for walkers, cyclists and outdoor pursuits enthusiasts. Great for families and couples, there is plenty to see and do, with the Farmhouse just on the edge of a wonderful part of the coast known as Newtown Estuary. The estuary has been designated as a National Nature Reserve by Natural England, one of only 200 in England. Just a few miles away lies the Compton Beach, recognised as one of the world’s best beaches and a haven for fossil hunters and surfers. The famous West Wight Alpacas are a couple of minutes’ walk away. One of the best pubs on the Island, The New Inn is just a short stroll away and Tapnell Farm with its restaurant, café, outdoor activities centre and indoor play barn is a short drive away.

The small village of Shalfleet is located in the heart of the Island’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with its stunning coastal scenery, the area offers a varied choice for walkers, cyclists and outdoor pursuits enthusiasts. Great for families and couples, there is plenty to see and do, with the Farmhouse just on the edge of a wonderful part of the coast known as Newtown Estuary. The estuary has been designated as a National Nature Reserve by Natural England, one of only 200 in England.

Just a few miles away lies the Compton Beach, recognised as one of the world’s best beaches and a haven for fossil hunters and surfers. The famous West Wight Alpacas are a couple of minutes’ walk away. One of the best pubs on the Island, The New Inn is just a short stroll away and Tapnell Farm with its restaurant, café, outdoor activities centre and indoor play barn is a short drive away.