|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
The main bedroom is a double and through into the second bedroom there are three singles.
The bathroom has a large shower, hand basin and loo.
The kitchen has gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer,washer/dryer, dishwasher,vacuum, iron/ironing board
The sitting room has two sofas, television/DVD, CD/Radio
Bed linen(Duvets), towels, electric/LPG Gas are included in the price.
The CART HOUSE is a 200yr old stone farm building that forms part of the Gotten Manor estate. The area is rolling countryside and ideal for walking. The cottages feature a huge open plan living/kitchen are with big picture windows across the front. The bedrooms are upstairs - a double and the second bedroom has three singles.The bathroom is downstairs and has a large size shower, hand basin and loo. There is full central heating, ample parking space and garden. The Cart House is traditionally decorated with lime-washed walls and every effort has been made to make it as ecologically acceptable as possible.
The MILK HOUSE is also a 200yr old stone barn that forms part of the Gotten Manor estate.
The cottage has an open-plan living room with views to the cliffs at Tennyson Down.
Downstairs there is a huge dining room/kitchen with picture windows - a shaker-style kitchen with every comfort imaginable.
There is also a wet room off the entrance hall.
Upstairs there are three en-suite bedrooms.
The Main bedroom having magnificent views across unspolt countryside to Freshwater Bay.
The house has full central heatins, ample parking and garden.
The Milk House is traditionally decorated with lime-washed stone walls and every effort has beem made to make it as ecologicallt acceptable as possible.
Born on the Isle of Wight I have lived at Gotten Manor since 1987.
I started the bed and breakfast in the Old House eighteen years ago when my youngest was three.
Since then the business has progressed to include the renovation of two stone barns into three self-catering cottages.
Caroline Gurney-Champion purchased this barn in 1980
Gotten Manor seems to have been inhabited for at least a thousand years, originating probably as an early Jutish settlement with the name of Godyington. It is tucked away under St Catherine's Down near the village of Chale and is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086.
The area is an unique landscape of downland
and woodland with an abundance of wildlife - it is fairly wild and remote, smuggling country -
which I love!
To arrive at Gotten you go down a single track lane off the main road and after approx half a mile you get to us - in the middle of nowhere.
It is very quiet and has the benefit of amazing dark skies.
There are wonderful beaches close by and because the Isle of Wight is small you are not far from anywhere.
The sea is about a mile and a half away.
The nearest safe beach is about ten minutes in the car.
To the west the beaches are either shingly or sandy and the area is open coastline.
To the east the beaches are in little coves, more difficult to get to and rocky.
Also only about ten minutes away in the car.