Did you know...Freshwater was once home to Alfred Lord Tennyson?

Found on the western tip of the Isle of Wight, Freshwater has a Victorian feel to it and more quaint little shops than you can shake a stick of rock at. Our stunning properties are ever popular with those keen to explore the island, as this bustling corner of it makes a convenient base to reach some of its highlights.

You’ll find a small beach, all kinds of traditional shops and places to dine out and some gorgeous walks that once inspired Lord Tennyson himself. The West Wight is home to the infamous Needles, and Freshwater makes a handy starting point for a walk to view them.

Tapnell Farm

You’ll find Tapnell Farm near Freshwater, and it’s the kind of day out where you can eat great food, let the kids bounce on a giant bouncy pillow, say hello to animals and just have a fantastic time in the countryside with plenty to do. If your kids have wanted to have a go at rock climbing for as long...

Yarmouth Castle

Owned by the English Heritage, Yarmouth Castle was the last coastal defence built by the tyrannical Henry VIII, and it wasn’t finished until after he died in 1547. These days, the castle is used by visitors as a picturesque picnic spot, thanks to its elevated views across the shimmering Solent, and it’s a fun day out by the sea. The...
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