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Beachside Chalet

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Delightfully charming tiniest chalet (16m2), right on the seafront in one of the most characterful little corners of the Island. Recently refurbished for holiday lets, the chalet is ideally suited for a single person or a couple. Sorry, no pets. FROM £50 per night.

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Beachside Chalet No1 is approached from a residential road, offering a safe and peaceful environment. The quiet village of Gurnard sits west along the coast from the bustling internationally renown yachting town of Cowes.

HISTORY - The chalet is one of a row built in the 1930s on the waterfront for holiday use. They have been slowly modernised over the decades with some still very much as they were when originally built, so rather old and weary, giving the area a feel reminiscent of times gone by. The charm of this unique little area of the Island owes a lot to the planning restrictions keeping redevelopment of these chalets to a strict character code of single storey, pastel coloured shiplap cladding, pitched roofs, porches and low picket fencing. The Marsh is clearly defined at one end by a delightful little bridge over a water inlet, The Luck, home to a cluster of small fishing boats. At the other end stands a gentle hill leading up to the village pub and shop.

During WW2, A Sergeant was accommodated in Chalet 1, and the other chalets accommodated the wrens who operated the anti aircraft search lights. After the war, these chalets were used as holiday accommodation. Over the decades, most of the chalets on the other side of the road have been rebuilt, but most on the sea side are still original, but updated with modern conveniences, giving the area a feel reminiscent of times gone by.

OUR CHALET fronts onto a large lawned area with direct access to the beach. The lack of fencing between the chalets allows for an open an friendly feel, though Chalet No1 has its own picket fenced garden from which to enjoy the sea views more privately. We have recently removed the front fence panel (in the photos) in order to improve the view.

The quiet beach in front of the property changes with every high tide; mostly shingle with patches of sand and groynes of natural rock. The yachting activity in the Solent ensures a constant changing scenery. Varied and glorious sun sets over the water will take your breath away. You will never bore of watching this particular part of the world go by.

The chalet renovations have been designed to make most use out of all the space. The one room accommodates living, dining, kitchen galley and a cosy nook for the standard double bed with a medium/soft mattress. A wet room with toilet, shower, basin and electric towel rail is off this main room. Clever storage solutions throughout allow the area to feel clutter free.

The emphasis for a holiday in this chalet is to 'get away from it all'. With this in mind, there is no television or high fi system. If you wish to be entertained, bring your laptop to connect to our wi-fi free of charge, and your own radio or iPod dock for your iPod.

PARKING is on the unrestricted quiet residential road by the chalet. The bus service is only twice a day, with the nearest bus stop servicing 4 buses an hour to Newport and Cowes, about 15 mins walk. Walking into Cowes takes about 40 mins. Walking to the village shop and pub takes about 8 mins. There is a cafe/restaurant on the coast within 5 mins walk west, another within 10 mins walk east. Depending on your mobility, you may find bringing a car to the Island useful.

PETS - strictly not allowed under any circumstances, for health hygiene and allergy reasons.

WARNING - The chalet is tiny, just 4m x 4m. The bed is a standard double, with a medium/soft mattress, set in an alcove; if you are tall or big, you might find it uncomfortable.

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Your pre arrival information email will give you all details for access.
Please do not arrive before 5.00 pm, and you must vacate before 11.00 am on your departure day. If the chalet is ready before 5.00 pm, we will notify you by text. If you are late leaving, a charge of £20 per incomplete hour over 11.00 am will be deducted from your damage deposit as our changeover schedule will have to be amended.

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CHANGEOVER FEE - The changeover fee of £50 covers cleaning of the chalet, linen and towels, and top up of consumables such as soaps, toilet paper and kitchen towel and washing up sponge. We also ask for a £15 Electric Use Deposit which is added to the Changeover Fee, making a total of £65 requested. You will be refunded the electric fee of £15, minus your electric usage, within 14 days of the end of your booking.

HEATING - there is a log effect electric fan for instant heat, and an electric oil radiator for more permanent background heat.

ELECTRIC - This is charged at cost: the meter is read before your booking and then again afterwards. As a guide, our winter guests using the heater use approx £2.50 per day including the standing charge; our summer guests a lot less. A separate electric deposit is requested at the time of booking; you will be returned the balance not used, within 14 days of the end of your booking.

MOBILITY - The chalet is on one level, but due to the limited space inside, it is probably unsuitable for wheelchair users. Even though the bed is a standard double, it is enclosed; if you are particularly tall or big, you might find the bed nook and shower area awkward.

CHILDREN - The chalet is really only suitable for a maximum of 2 people. If you have a baby, you could bring your own travel cot, but this would take up most of the floor space.

DAMAGE DEPOSIT - No damage deposit is taken at the time of booking. Instead an £150.00 damage deposit commitment is requested. This means that should any damages be claimed, Airbnb can make the deduction through (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) up to a cap of £150.00.

PARKING -
Parking is on the unrestricted quiet residential road by the chalet.

PETS - strictly not allowed under any circumstances, for health hygiene and allergy reasons.

WARNING - The chalet is tiny, just 4m x 4m. Although the bed is a standard double, it is set in an alcove; if you are very tall or big, you might find it uncomfortable.

SMOKING - No smoking inside the chalet.
Delightfully charming tiniest chalet (16m2), right on the seafront in one of the most characterful little corners of the Island. Recently refurbished for holiday lets, the chalet is ideally suited for a single…

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The Isle of Wight is often referred to as “Little Britain”: it is as if all of Britain’s topography has been condensed into one smaller island. No where on the Island is more than an hour’s drive and most of it within minutes. You can find beaches of all descriptions, sandy, rocky, shingle, dunes, each with their own views, some with popular attractions, others tucked away and secluded. Cliffs, plateaux, hills, forests, open meadows, disused railway paths, esplanades, riverbanks, all make for an enormous amount of varied walks and picnic spots. The extensive range of cycle paths makes the Island accessible along the quiet and thick of the countryside.

The ‘capital’ of the Island is Newport, but each large town offers its own attractions of shopping, restaurants, cafes and bars. There are two multi-screen cinemas, a large theater and several smaller ones.

Smaller character villages with thatched roof cottages offer cream teas, gift and craft shops and show a different side of the Island.

Cowes, an international yachting town, brings much sailing activity and excitement during the summer months.

Tourist attractions for families abound and can be looked up on the internet. A few that spring to mind are:
- Queen Victoria’s holiday home, Osbourne House.
- Ventnor Botanic Gardens
- Alum Bay’s coloured sands
- Lighthouses at the Needles and St Catherine’s point
- Blackgang Chine
- Robin Hill Amusement Park
- Isle of Wight Pearls
- Isle of Wight Glass
- Isle of Wight Lavender
- Many areas designated as areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty

The following activities are encouraged on the Island:
Sailing, kayaking and other water sports, walking, cycling, swimming, snorkeling, crabbing, rock pool exploring, horse riding, golf, fishing, tennis, picnics and miles of perfect beach combing.

Something for everyone who likes the outdoors, watersports and good restaurants.
Not the right destination for you if you are looking for nightclubs or casinos.
ISLAND DETAILS
The Isle of Wight is often referred to as “Little Britain”: it is as if all of Britain’s topography has been condensed into one smaller island. No where on the Island is more than an hour’s…

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