A charming cottage built in 1790 just four minutes walk from the sandy beach of Colwell Bay and the Coastal Path offering a quiet, friendly, relaxing bed & breakfast for adults only.
Ideally situated to explore the island, we are surrounded by lovely walks and picturesque countryside and coastline to explore. Want to leave the car behind? We are close to bus route and have places to eat out within waking distance.
Rockstone Cottage has six well equipped comfortable en-suite bedrooms all named after local places. Our delicious breakfast includes delicious quality local produce including homemade jams.
We have a delightful garden where you can sit and read or just relax.
Other benefits include off-road Parking, free Wi-Fi and entirely smoke-free environment in house and grounds.
We welcome walkers and cyclists and can provide storage for bicycles along with walking routes to help you explore the island's 500 miles of footpaths.
Places to visit nearby include Dimbola Lodge, the museum of Victorian photograph with a wonderful tea room (and great Sunday lunch). The Needles Battery, a National Trust property with the old Napoleonic fort and the New Battery housing the exhibition on the secret cold war rocket programme and another great tea room with one of the best views! The Needles Park is situated at Alum Bay, home to the coloured sands - best seen from the beach. You can take the chair lift down to the beach and take an optional boat trip round the bay. The Needles Park also have a number of attractions including glass blowing and fill your own bottle with coloured sand.
Fancy something less strenuous? We can recommend the Needles Breezer open top bus trip around West Wight - the journey down from the Needles Battery is quite something! Or for perhaps one of the most stunning bus journeys take the number 12 bus from Totland or Freshwater Bay along the Military Road to Brighstone - this is a roller coaster of a ride with wonderful coastal views.
Colwell Chine Road
Isle of Wight
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This page was last updated: 13 June 2011