Brambles Farm bungalow has lovely sea views, set in a peaceful rural location with direct access to the beach. Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms and just a short drive to the needles.

Brambles Farm bungalow offers you good quality, comfortable self-catering accommodation and you should find everything you need on a day to day basis (apart from your food and drink!). It is ideal for families or couples, walkers, cyclists, birdwatchers and anyone interested in watersports or just to relax and enjoy the scenery!

The bungalow is located in the west of the Isle of Wight, a beautiful part of the Island, with miles of heritage coastline, scenic walks, cycle tracks and breathtaking views from Tennyson Down, Headon Warren and The Needles. Within a short drive (or walking distance for some) there is Yarmouth Harbour and Castle, Alum Bay noted for its coloured sands, The Needles Pleasure Park and National Trust Lighthouse, also Fort Victoria Country Park.

Sleeps Max: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Flexible booking
Direct access to the beach
Sleeps Max: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Flexible booking
Direct access to the beach
Patio furniture
Brambles farm beach access
Dining and Lounge
Isle of Wight cliffs
Brambles farm kitchen
Communal area

Set in a very peaceful, rural location just a few metres from the award winning, safe sandy beach at Colwell. Enjoy BBQ’s on the patio with far reaching sea views and spectacular sunsets, or stroll along the beach to one of the waterfront cafes or bars.


A superb family holiday home for a great holiday! Brambles is just the most perfect rural family holiday home, just yards from a very quiet beach, with superb views from every window and everything a family needs to make a good holiday into a great one. Our grandchildren just loved the assortment of indoor and outdoor games, the freedom to play outside in the gardens and the 1 minute walk down to the beach, (oh and the neighbouring horses, cows, rabbits, stoats and sea birds). For us, the peaceful location was an ideal base to visit all attractions on the island (at most a 30 minute drive) and then return to eat at a local restaurant, use the BBQ or simply have a great take away before an evening stroll on the beach and watching the sun set. From booking to sadly, leaving today, we have nothing but praise for the owner and the experience offered. A very big thank you to Cathy from a very happy family….
Philip V, UK


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!

Stunning Isle of Wight views


Delicious afternoon tea