If you’ve ever wondered what it might be like to stay on a mini estate of your own, then Buddle Place is just the spot to live out that dream.
Behind the gates and stone walls and in the grounds of a Grade II listed farmhouse are two beautifully restored and decorated buildings, The Barn and The Stable. Sleeping four and six people respectively, both holiday cottages are furnished in a contemporary style to a high and luxurious standard and have their own south facing gardens with glimpses to the sea and have been planted with sun loving flowers and shrubs which thrive in the warm south Island micro climate.
Buddle Place is the ideal holiday base for walkers, cyclists and those with a passion for the great outdoors. Located on the southernmost tip of the Isle of Wight just a few hundred yards from St Catherine’s Lighthouse and Oratory, surrounded by National Trust down land and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty it’s perfect for walks along the Undercliff which is one of the Island’s most dramatic and unspoiled stretches of coastline.
Niton village is within walking distance of Buddle Place where you’ll find the 16th century Buddle Inn, a smuggler’s inn of old with its flagstone floors, roaring fires and beams. There is also a grocer’s shop, post office, tea room and chemist in the village. Ventnor is the closest town, a ten minute drive away and for those with children, Blackgang Chine, the oldest theme park in Britain, is a couple of miles down the road.