Gotten Manor have three self-catering facilities available for those wanting to make the most of their visit to the Isle of Wight, whilst having their privacy respected and being able to relax as if in their own home. Both the Cart House and the Milk House are 200-year-old stone barns that have been tastefully renovated into a modern living environment, surrounded by picturesque grounds, with good parking spaces and a secluded garden area where barbecues can be set up. Some excellent walking routes pass by the cottages, with the south coast of the island only a mile away, where watersports, carnivals and country fairs can often be enjoyed.
What is the capacity for Gotten Manor?
Gotten Manor is home to The Cart House - a 200-year-old stone barn converted into two self-catering cottages. Each cottage consists of two bedrooms. Thee is a double bed in the main room and there are three single beds in the second room. The Milk House is also part of Gotten Manor - a stone barn of 200 years old, turned into a lovely and very comfortable holiday home which has 3 large bedrooms – 2 with bathroom en suite.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Ventnor area?
Fascinating attractions are available for all ages along with many sports facilities but the island is still the perfect spot for a beautiful coastal getaway. There's so much to discover for those who prefer to unwind and explore. Five thousand miles of walking and bridleways can be found in almost half of the Isle of Wight and are listed as an area of outstanding natural beauty.