Rabbit’s Guest Book

Freshwater Bay is perfect throughout the year for romance, relaxation,
countryside escapes, adventure activities, heritage, photography, walking and cycling.

Freshwater Bay

Photo: Albany Associates

We chose the accommodation not the location.
Andrew and Carolyn M. – Plymouth

We can’t wait to come again..
Val R. – London

Perfect out-of-season break.
Christine L. – Great Malvern

A week filled with surprise and awe.
Ted and Joy F. – Ontario, Canada

Near Compton Bay for surfing!
Abigail P. – Wiltshire

Rabbit's Bothie

Photo: Albany Associates

This is just like a second home.
Peter and Wendy S. – Stockport

A week just isn’t enough.
Daphne T. – Warrington

Our third visit will not be our last.
David and Jackie I. - Princes Risborough

Excellent beds.
Peter and Carol – Tonbridge

 

The free bus passes were very useful.
Emad and Nadya – London

Everything was just right.
Susan S. – Missoula, Montana

Freshwater Bay

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As soon as I sat down I was on holiday.
Christine P. – Newbury

The seaside theme carries through from the garden to the bedroom. Very distinctive.
Paul W. – Leicester

The scullery is from the 1950s… but with lots of electricity sockets. Love the big sink.
Karen G. – Liverpool

Great welcome and tourism tips.
Denis and Jane D. – Bury St Edmunds

Loved it all.
Karen A. – Ontario, Canada

Perfect in every way.
Jennifer B. – Wiltshire

Freshwater Bay

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Most unusual. Full of character. Well done.
Judith H. – Lichfield

Everything desirable within walking distance.
Katja and Michael - Munich, Germany

We loved the coastal walk and open-top bus.
Roman and Irmgard T. - Ellwangen, Germany

The verandah is very colonial. Perfect for sundowners.
Barry E. – Derby

 

Freshwater Bay

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Everything we needed. We really enjoyed our visit.
Wendy and John –  St Neots

Very friendly welcome and helpful recommendations.
Breda and Patrick T. –  Co Mayo, Ireland

Brilliant location. Lovely garden. Very well thought out living area.
Jennifer D. – Woking

An attractive garden with lots of quiet corners to sit… in the sun or the shade.
John W. – Pembrokeshire

First-class welcome. We enjoyed every moment.
Peter and Joy D. – Christchurch, Dorset

 

Freshwater Bay

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Lovely cottage and garden. Wonderful and helpful welcome.
Tracey B. – Surrey

The dream come true. 
Christine B. – Milford on Sea

We never tire of all the interesting places.
Peter and Doreen A, – Hornchurch

We shall miss all the footpaths and beautiful scenery.
Keith and Sandra A. – Ontario, Canada

Refreshed in mind and spirit.
Brendan F. – Birmingham

Rabbit's Bothie

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Great to be collected from the ferry.
Patrick B. – London

Thoughtfully planned… a real treasure.
Veronica D. – Folkestone

Comprehensive attention to detail.
Tony, Norma and Mark N. – Cheadle Hulme

Little touches make such a difference.
Tucker Family – Twickenham

 

Rabbit's Bothie

Photo: Albany Associates

Value for money. Best welcome pack ever.
Judi and Wayne – Horsham

Lovely relaxing place. We’d come again.
Julie and Kelvin J. – Walmer

A real home from home.
Nicky B. – Pontypridd, Wales

Our sort of place.
David and Alison B. – Witney

 

Isle of Wight

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Absolutely delightful.
Brian H. – Oxford

Beautiful and immaculate cottage.
Jan and Jeff C. – London

Lots of walks and coffee shops.
Deidre, Andrew and Chris J. – Exeter

An idyllic spot.
Yvonne P. – Halesowen

Photo: Visit Isle of Wight

Photo: Visit Isle of Wight

 

Lovely and warm cottage. We’ve been really happy here.
Ray and Ruth – Surrey

Cosy and comfortable.
Liz W. – Gargunnock, Scotland

All very clean.
Ruthanne B. – Kent

 

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Rabbit’s Guest Book

  1. What a lovely cottage! It is cosy, yet spacious, tastefully decorated and well equipped! I had a great week in Freshwater Bay in late May, hiking, eating cream teas and relaxing. I really wish I was back there. Thanks again for everything!

  2. We’d love to see you again, Kate. There are always more walks… and cream teas! We have our first repeat booking this week… here in May, back in October.

  3. There are local buses into the village of Freshwater where there is an independent fishmonger who sells fresh fish and seafood; a friendly baker; and a good butcher. Fresh fruit and veg are sold at Sainsbury’s Local. The Vine pub has family-friendly food. I’d allow 20 mins to walk into the centre of the village.

    Just round the corner from Rabbit’s Bothie (3 mins walk) is a corner shop, Orchards. It sells fresh bread and some fresh fruit and vegetables. There is also a Co-op supermarket store which is approximately 15 mins’ walk away.

    I would recommend the Highdown Inn as a good lunch stop as part of a walk/hike around the spectacular scenery of West Wight, Tennyson Down and Headon Warren. It’s roughly ½ hour’s walk from Rabbit’s Bothie. There is a very smart restaurant in the grounds of Farringford (former home of Tennyson) which is about 10 mins’ walk away. It has a good reputation.

    There are two other places I would recommend in the daytime: the Victorian Tearoom at Dimbola Lodge photographic museum (2 mins from the holiday cottage) and Dandelion Café at the Holiday Fellowship Hotel, close to Freshwater Bay (10 mins walk.) Lunch menus at both are limited but they do good coffees and teas.

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