Castle Copse Annexe is a gorgeous modern self catering property situated in a quiet road. It is named after the beautiful small copse, a minutes walk away. Take a stroll through the woodland, home to rare bats, badgers, foxes, red squirrels, slow worms and many butterflies birds and flowers. It will lead you to the town centre, where you will find an array of shops, cafe’s, pharmacies & supermarkets. It is a 10 minute walk to the beach.
The annexe is attached to the main house, and is only suitable for a maximum of 2 adults and 2 children. Left of the small hallway is the bathroom with shower cubicle. The modern kitchen has good facilities including gas hob, electric oven, microwave, under counter fridge with small freezer compartment, optional paid access to washing/ dryer machine, TV and breakfast bar big enough for 4 persons. The stairs from the kitchen lead up to the lounge area. The sofa can be transformed in to a double bed. Large TV, soundbar and Blu-Ray DVD player, with large selection of DVD’s available. Leading off the lounge area is the double bedroom with large built in wardrobe, under bed storage and TV with DVD player. facilities will include hair dryer, iron and table top ironing board.
There is a parking space available on the drive for cars up to 5 metres in length, (more parking is available on the street).
Castle Copse Annexe is a 5 minute walk from the Southampton car ferry. The property is a 5 minute walk away to East Cowes Town Centre with a variety of shops. Bus routes are available to the largest towns on the Island to Newport and Ryde. All within walking distance, you can visit local restaurants, and the famous Osbourne House, home of Queen Victoria. Visit East Cowes Beach, a lovely seaside area with large children’s play area and paddling pool (seasonal opening times). Across the River Medina visit Cowes, home to the oldest and biggest sailing regatta in the world. Cowes is the number one destination for sailors during the summer months. But it also boasts a rich wealth of history and culture with its ‘twin’ East Cowes just across the Medina estuary by chain ferry.