Isle of Wight - Gurnard
Gurnard is a village and civil parish on the Isle of Wight, two
miles to the west of Cowes. Gurnard sits on the edge of Gurnard Bay,
enjoyed by the Gurnard Sailing Club.
Gurnard's main street features a pub (Portland Inn), a few shops and
a few houses. The west end of the beach is Gurnard Marsh and a
stream called "The Luck" which discharges into the Solent.
A fortification known as Gurnard Fort was built on a headland west
of Gurnard Marsh about 1600. The land was eroded, however, and all
traces disappeared until an archaeological excavation of a Roman
villa in 1864 uncovered traces of Gurnard Fort as well.
Transport is provided by the former Wightbus route 32 to and from
Cowes, now run by Southern Vectis. There is no longer a direct
service to Newport.
Tel: 07811 815 822
Privately owned bungalow on Gurnard Pines Holiday Park set in
woodlands and surrounded by wildlife. Pheasants, rabbits, red
squirrels and mallard ducks are a few of the residents.
Sleeps 4+ - 2 Bedrooms - 2 Bathrooms - Open plan living room,
kitchen and dining room - Central heating - Fully double glazed.
This newly refurbished bungalow is ideal for families and couples
who are looking for spacious and comfortable accommodation whilst on
holiday enjoying the natural beauty of the Isle of Wight. The
bungalow is fully equipped with cable television and a DVD player
which plays through a LCD screen television. Broad band access and a
telephone with free calls to 01 numbers are all included in the
price along with free gas and electric.
linen and beds will all be made up ready on your arrival. Guest
towels and bath mats are also included but please note that you will
need to bring your own bath/hand towels.
travel cot and high chair are available upon request but please
bring babies own bedding for the cot.
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