|Warren Holiday Cottages|
|Welcome to Warren Holidays; two beautifully restored 18th century thatched cottages in the idyllic countryside of the Isle of Wight.|
Brook Cottage and Mrs Tiggywinkles are
two self-catering Grade II listed, thatched, 18th century, detached smugglers' cottages,
carefully restored in recent years whilst retaining all their old-world
charm and character including a smuggler's cupboard, exposed beams and
Situated in the rural village of Wellow, the cottages give easy access for those seeking peace and quiet amidst glorious, unspoilt countryside, and the opportunity to explore the beautiful coastline, timeless villages and quaint hamlets that typify the west of the Isle of Wight.
The surrounding countryside is ideal for walkers and there are plenty of pubs in the vicinity to quench the thirst and satisfy the appetite. The Hamstead Trail runs alongside the property, so bring your walking boots.
Distinguished previous owners of the cottages include historical novelist Margaret Campbell-Barnes, who wrote 'Mary of Carisbrooke' whilst there. Island artist Ronald Power lived in Brook Cottage for many years and used Mrs. Tiggywinkles as his studio. One of his original watercolours hangs in Brook Cottage.