About this listing
We offer a lovely light South facing first floor twin bedroom at the back of the house. With the room we offer freeview TV & DVD's, Tea & Coffee making facilities and a private bathroom in the room next door.
We are dog friendly and offer a home made breakfast.
Sarah loves making American biscuits or tiny baked doughnuts to go with coffee after your cooked breakfast! We have a Very Good 5 star hygiene rating from the IOW Authority.
Our house is on the main bus route with buses every 10 mins straight into Ryde to the beach or Newport the county town, or East Cowes.
The park opposite is great to exercise your dog or kids! Nick and Sarah used to run Safari camps in Zimbabwe so there is an African feel to the house and plenty of stories to share!
There is one parking spot in front of the house. We also have a iron loop concreted in designed for motorbikes to be locked to.
Walk 20 minutes through the golf course into Ryde to enjoy the sea front, the independent shops on Union Street and restaurants.
You will have access to your bedroom and bathroom and breakfast area when eating.
Interaction with Guests
We serve breakfast and welcome you but could be out for some of your stay.
Binstead used to be a small village outside Ryde, now they seem as one as we are very close. We have one small shop next to us but its a lovely walk into town where there are lots of small independent shops.
We are on a very good bus route, the bus stops are 1 min walk away and the buses every 10 mins.
We expect you to treat our house like your own, so make yourself at home...
About the Host, Sarah
I grew up on the Island enjoying summers on our fabulous beaches and sailing in the Solent. I came back here when I was 40 having spent the last 10 years running safari areas and camps in Zimbabwe and Zambia. I am married to Nick a Zimbabwean Safari Guide. We love having people to stay, and the Island is a great place to visit with lots of historical places of interest and wonderful walks. We also run another business from Newnham Farm called Isle of Wight Biltong.