St Catherines Down
Isle of Wight
Tel: 01983 730010
Fax: 01983 731167
Additional FeaturesAll Rooms En-Suite
Colour TV in all Rooms
DVD Player in all Rooms
Enjoy England 5 Star - Gold Award
Hairdryer in all Rooms
Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
Special Offers"Absolutely excellent, very relaxing and friendly, wish we could have stayed longer." Anne & Mark Anderson, Southampton
Enjoy 5 Star Gold Award Bed and Breakfast in our delightful Country House
Short Breaks at Discount Prices
Up to 26th October - Any 2 nights just £99pp
Additional nights £49pp
Half price car ferry travel available for just £49 with these offers from either Portsmouth or Lymington, if booked through us at the time of booking accommodation.
"Splendid isolation, astounding quiet, impeccable service. Many thanks." Robin & Claire Roper, East Boldre, Hants
Surcharges for room upgrades apply. Prices are subject to availability. Minimum 2 persons sharing a double or twin room.
"An oasis, a place to dream, will return with our best friends soon, we hope. Excellent!" Anne & Mervin Shepland, Lifton, Devon
Description"We can't believe our good fortune, finding this place quite by chance - it was wonderful. Thank you so much." Mike and Lynn Werrett, Whitland, South Wales.
The Enjoy England Quality Scheme have awarded the Hermitage Country House 5 Stars Gold Award -its highest grade for serviced accommodation. The inspector reported:
"The Hermitage Country House continues to offer an exceptionally high quality of accommodation, in a peaceful, relaxing location. The guest experience is enhanced by high standards of housekeeping, friendly personal service and a hearty breakfast before departing. This really is a special treat that will not be forgotten any time soon."
The Hermitage Country House, nestling within its own grounds of about 12 acres of garden and woods, is situated at the top of St Catherine's Down, the Isle of Wight's second highest point, on the southern most part of the Island.
The remote setting offers the ideal retreat for those wanting a restful break.
The gardens and grounds offer quiet seclusion and the setting is ideal for those who enjoy country walks. Footpaths abound in all directions and the top of the downs is National Trust land with panoramic views across the Island.
A study on the first floor overlooking the gardens offers guests a selection of books and magazines as well as being an excellent vantage point to admire the flora and fauna.
Several public houses serving food are a short drive away and several island restaurants are highly recommended.
All bedrooms are non-smoking, but ashtrays are provided on the patio. We regret we cannot accommodate children or pets.
"A bit of Heaven on Earth. Fortunately open for sinners. A wonderful week." Bill and Brenda Humphreys