Spacious hideaway for 2 set in beautiful countryside near historic Yarmouth
Jill or Steve Cowley
- english, french
About Jill or Steve Cowley
Family farmhouse since 1951
Why Jill or Steve Cowley chose Yarmouth
Unique heritage hideaway in listed building, yet with 21st century comfort. Warm in winter, cool in summer. An ideal base to visit historic Wight. Garden provides year round interest, and wildlife glimpses.
What makes this Apartment unique
Spacious accommodation for 2 in privileged surroundings of a listed building, in easy reach of countryside and coast. Easy access to National Trust and English Heritage sites. Year round welcome.
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
dreadful weather ruined what could have been a perfect peaceful break
A charming hideaway, in a lovely setting, well placed to explore the West Wight.
Surrounded by lovely gardens, roses looking and smelling great, this little cottage style apartment was perfect for two of us. It is well equipped, has plenty of room to relax with heating for unexpected chilly evenings. The bedroom is spacious and has a luxurious superking bed. Good bathroom with shower and bath. Helpful unobtrusive owners made us welcome.
Warm and welcoming . Peaceful
Just right for two. A great place to stay out of season as it's warm and within easy reach of Yarmouth
Home away from Home indeed
A lovely stone built property in idyllic settings not far from Yarmouth centre. Very well maintained and contained property and the hosts were wonderful. Would definitely go back there and suggest to friends.
We were pleased to welcome such appreciative guests for their first visit to the Isle of Wight. Tudor Lee is well positioned for visiting the beautiful unspoiled West Wight countryside, and provides a luxurious base, warm in winter and well equipped with outdoor furniture for summer visits for enjoying the garden.
We hope to see you again!
Magical peaceful place to stay
It was love at first sight. It was a privilege to be able to stay in this wonderful atmospheric, calm and beautiful building, which is completely private and self-contained from the main house. There was everything we needed, and a lovely garden as well. A spacious bedroom with comfortable very large double bed - dining area with view over to the garden, and conservatory for morning coffee planning the day ahead. Great location, minutes from the Yarmouth ferry, with walks out of the door across to the sea.
Tudor Lee is designed as a luxury hideaway, giving peace in the beautiful West Wight countryside, but near to the historic ferry port of Yarmouth.
We are so pleased that these visitors enjoyed an April weekend, and appreciated the special ambience!
We look forward to welcoming them again.
wow what a gorgeous tranquil and relaxing place. cosy living area and huge ensuite bedroom. a very cottage experience . Absolutely loved it. a perfect place to stay in any weather. . jill supplied some basics for breakfast. went to lots of places . did some fishing off the pier. bought some of the farms purple potatoes which ive never seen them on the mainland they taste great and are purple inside. still got them 2 months later. learn a little about the age and history of the cottage. all in all an excellent holiday . very helpful host will definitely return. thankyou oh what are the purple potatoes called please
We're so pleased that Tudor Lee provided a great experience and relaxing break, a good base to explore the beautiful West Wight at any time of the year.
Thanks for your appreciation of the Lee Farm Potatoes, which are Vitelotte, a very old heritage variety, full of flavour and colour! Hope to see you again.
Just 2 hours from London by rail or road, with good motorway links to the Midlands, the ‘Garden Isle’ is easily accessible and well served by ferries, yet a relaxing ‘green’ destination for holidays and short breaks. At 23 miles long and 13 miles wide, the sea and spectacular Heritage coastline is never far.
An unrivalled network of footpaths gives access to unspoilt countryside – over is half designated as Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Its mild climate makes it an ideal destination outside the summer months, when it enjoys a deserved reputation for family holidays.
Sites such as Brading Roman villa, Carisbrooke Castle, royal Osborne House, historic little Yarmouth and charming villages across the Island, offer glimpses of a favoured lifestyle through the ages.
Today the Isle of Wight offers relaxation and fine food in peaceful surroundings. There are outdoor opportunities for walkers, cyclists and water sport enthusiasts, - and award-winning music festivals.
Other Activities: music festivals summer carnivals yacht racing
Golf: Temporary Membership is available at Freshwater Bay Golf Club. We believe it has the most spectacular views of any, out across the Isle of Wight and the Solent, back to the mainland or out into the Channel. Combine your golf with lunch at the Farringford Hotel - Lord Tennyson's home just a mile away.