Cool Blue Retreat

Sandown
2 bedrooms
1 bathroom
4 guests
 

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Description

This well placed and attractively furnished first floor apartment offers spacious accommodation for up to 4 people. Leading through from your own private entrance hallway and up the stairs you will find a well-equipped modern kitchen with essential appliances, a spacious living area and two good sized bedrooms, one king size bed and one twin room.

There is a small shared garden at the side of the apartment, should you choose to enjoy a drink outside on a sunny day.

Although there is no parking at the property, there is free parking on this residential road.

The property is light and airy and a short walk from the bustling High Street and award winning seafront.

Location

Locally you’ll find a selection of pubs and restaurants, tea rooms and gift shops. The beach offers a long stretch of sand to build sand castles and a Pier that gives all weather amusement.
For those wishing to leave their cars at home, there is a regular bus service which can take you to Shanklin & Ventnor, or to Newport where you can get a bus to anywhere on the Island.
Sandown has a great selection of attractions, including a Zoo housed in an old fort and a purpose built interactive Dinosaur Museum.
Sandown beach won 'Beach of the Year' in 2019. They called it a "traditional bucket and spade beach on the east coast of the island with miles of golden sand, pier and eclectic seafront – and just a short walk to peace, fossil-rich cliffs and stunning coastal wildlife."
For a fun and relaxing family day out head to nearby Sandham Gardens and have a go with Skynets: The Big Bounce, karting and Dino golf, or just enjoy the glorious gardens.
You can relax and spend quality time strolling along Sandown Beach followed by an ice cream or refreshments at one of the licensed beach cafés.
The main town beach stretches all the way along the Esplanade where it meets with Yaverland Beach, which is regarded as one of the Isle of Wight’s best beaches.
Yaverland is very popular for water sports, and there are a number of local water sports centres from which you can test your skills at windsurfing, kayaking or many other activities.
With one of the highest concentrations of dinosaur fossils anywhere in the world, the Isle of Wight has been dubbed "Dinosaur Island".
The area around Sandown Bay is a fun place for fossil hunting, so with a keen eye you could be leaving with a very special, very old souvenir.
You can also visit the Dinosaur museum to explore more of the Isle of Wight’s dinosaur history.
One of the town’s most well-known features is the traditional Sandown Pier.
There is a range of traditional amusements and arcade games, with bowling, crazy golf and cafes to keep adults and children entertained for hours.
Further along the seafront the Isle of Wight Zoo is one of the Island’s leading animal attractions, with everything from Lions and Tigers to Meerkats and Monkeys, and a short distance outside of Sandown town is Amazon World which also has a huge range of animals.
Being a traditional British seaside destination there is no shortage of places to grab an ice cream and snacks along the seafront in Sandown, but there is also plenty of choice for places to eat elsewhere in the town.
There are some good pubs and restaurants selling a range of different cuisines, and if you travel just outside of the town there are also a number of highly respected eateries, such as the Garlic Farm Café at Newchurch.
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