3 bedrooms with stunning sea and countryside views, direct access to beach
About Cathy Burroughs
Having stayed at Brambles Farm since 2012 we were delighted to have the opportunity of purchasing it from its previous owners.
Cathy Burroughs purchased this Bungalow in 2016
Why Cathy Burroughs chose Freshwater
Brambles Farm is so peaceful and quiet, a real home away from home, with stunning sea views. It is located on the edge of farmland overlooking the sea with direct access to the beach and many walks but within easy reach of Totland and Freshwater for the essentials and places to eat out.
What makes this Bungalow unique
So quiet, direct sea views. Very light and airy. Comfy beds. Home away from home - it is fully equipped with all you could want to make your holiday really special (even a dishwasher!)
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Excellence - Nothing more to say!
Great west wight location, superbly equipped comfortable bungalow with so many comforting extras that truly do make it a ‘Home from Home’. Couldn’t say more other that to highly recommend it.
Thank you so much for taking the time to send a review. We are really glad that you enjoyed your stay and found everything you needed to make you holiday comfortable. We do try to keep that home from home feel rather than just another holiday let and we do enjoy sharing with others the fabulous location. We hope that you will come again in the future.
Beautiful well stocked bungalow.
It was a lovely bungalow and had many things provided.
It was on the pricey side so that has put us off going again.
Thank you for taking the time to post a review and we are glad that you enjoyed staying at Brambles Farm Bungalow.
We try to keep our prices competitive given the location, facilities and that the bungalow sleeps 6 people and we believe our bungalow is good value for money.
We have many repeat visitors and are already fully booked for next August.
Beautiful hoilday cottage
Very clean every item u could need or want great location great memorys made and wont be forgotten
Thank you for taking the time to send a review of Brambles Farm Bungalow. We are pleased that you have good memories to take away and agree that the location is great; just under 2 minutes to the beach and that view! We aim for the cleanest holiday accommodation and try to make it a home from home. We hope to welcome you again in the future.
Superb little bungalow, great location
5 minutes from The Needles, this property is based in the spectacular scenery of Freshwater. The views of the sunset over the ocean and wild rabbits playing on the grass outside never got tiring, and were very much complimented by the horses out back (attached to the local farm). The beach at the end of the garden is secluded and a lovely way to start/end a day, and most of the big attractions are within a 25 min drive.
The property itself comfortably accommodates 6 (and one of our party was a 4 month old with lots of stuff), is very clean, REALLY well stocked and has lots of games to play. My only warning is that there is no WiFi included (which I actually liked as the kids and I spent time with each other and not on our phones) but I believe there is an option to connect to.a nearby network for an additional charge.
All in all it is a great place in a gorgeous location. The Owner remained in contact from the point of booking right up until after we arrived back home and couldn't have been more helpful. I would definitely recommend this property.
Thank you for taking the time to post a review of Brambles Farm Bungalow. We agree, you never get tired of the spectacular view! We are so pleased you found it a home from home and that you had everything you needed. Hope to be able to welcome you back in the future. There's still loads to explore!
The Freshwater Area
Freshwater village offers a good range of shops, a pub with good food and leisure centre with indoor pool. At Freshwater Bay there is an 18 hole golf course with views across the English Channel and the bay with it's chalk cliffs of Tennyson Down is a good start for many walks with spectacular scenery.
Colwell Bay, with its beach huts, little cafes and gift shops is a very traditional beachside resort with a safe sandy beach, ideal for families. Along the coast is Totland Bay with The Waterfront restaurant and bar.
From the yacht harbour and ferry port at Yarmouth you can book a fishing trip or boat trip out to The Needles - one of Britains most famous natural landscapes.
At the Needles Pleasure Park you can take the chair lift down to the beach and see the coloured sands at Alum Bay. There are childrens rides, sweet making and glass blowing with gift shop. From here you take an open top bus (or walk if you're feeling energetic) up to The Needles Batteries, a coastal defence constructed between 1861-95 against the threat of invasion from France. It is now owned by the National Trust and at the end of a 65m tunnel the closest view of The Needles from land can be seen.
Fort Victoria Country Park has several acres of woodland with walks and is home to an aquarium, planetarium, model railway and underwater archaelogy centre. The cafe here has wonderful views across the Solent to Hurst Castle.
The Isle of Wight
The Isle of Wight is renowned for its beautiful countryside and diverse scenery ranging from the dramatic white cliffs at Freshwater, to lovely, sandy award winning beaches and small harbours. It has charming little villages and a temperate climate.
The Island has some exceptional wildlife, being one of the few places that the red squirrel still survives and has the richest locations of dinosaur fossils in Europe.
There are plenty of family attractions as well as historic buildings like Osborne House and Carisbrooke Castle, also Ventnor Botanic Gardens and Arts and Crafts Centres.
For the more active there are many watersports including,windsurfing, kitesurfing, sailing and diving and other activities such as golf, horseriding, and paragliding.
The Island is also home to the Isle of Wight Music Festival, Bestival and International Jazz Festival and is also famous for Cowes Week with all the sailing events in the Solent.
Over half the Island is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there are over 500 miles of well maintained and well signposted footpaths with stunning scenery and long stretches of beautiful beaches. There is so much to see and do on this small Island - something for all ages!