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The village of Niton sits at the southern tip of the flattened diamond that is the Isle of Wight, on St Catherine’s Point where its solid old lighthouse built in 1838 stands not far from one of the settlement’s inns. Niton comprises two parts; Upper Niton set a little back from the sea, clustered around the road that leads eastwards to Ventnor, and Undercliff, formerly a fishing hamlet. The popularity of the Isle of Wight in the Victorian era – Victoria of course had Osborne House at the northern tip of the island as a holiday residence – and the reputation of the area as a health resort means that some fine old villas and mansions can be seen in Niton. As so often, however, the most impressive building here is the church, in this case a Norman building dedicated to St John the Baptist. Although Niton only has a resident population under 1200 it has excellent local amenities, including bookshop, hardware store and general store, with a doctor’s surgery and pharmacy to boot, those facilities partly supported by the summer boost to the population with visitors. Similarly the several pubs and coffee shop benefit from that trade. The village has two claims-to-fame in the history of communications, Marconi having broadcast from a farmhouse there to his receiver on the Lizard Point at the tip of the Cornish Peninsula, and with a memorial to one of the originators of our public library system, Edward Edwards, in the churchyard (happily for that association the village also has its own volunteer-run library).


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Herveys Cottage (0.09 miles)

Herveys Cottage

A delightful, Grade II listed, semi detached thatched cottage, adjoining the owner's home in the charming village of Niton. Close to the Island's southern coast, the property is thought to be the oldest cottage in ... More

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Enchanted Manor (0.66 miles)

Enchanted Manor
The Enchanted Manor has been restored into a magical boutique retreat. A secluded hideaway for discerning guests fed up with the run of the mill accommodation, looking for somewhere different with modern facilities, excellent service ... More | visit website
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Hermitage Court Farm (1.16 miles)

Hermitage Court Farm

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Hermitage Court Farm is the Isle of Wight’s most secluded and tranquil Bed and Breakfast accommodation: the ideal place in which to get away from the hustle and bustle of ... More

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Nettlecombe Farm Holiday Cottages & Fishing Lakes (1.52 miles)

Nettlecombe Farm Holiday Cottages & Fishing Lakes

Nettlecombe Farmhouse & Fishing Lakes are situated in the heart of the rolling South Wight countryside, at the top of a quiet lane around half a mile from the village of Whitwell. ... More | visit website

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Wight Mouse Inn (1.54 miles)

Wight Mouse Inn

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The Wight Mouse Inn is a unique 17th Century county coaching inn in the village of Chale on the beautiful Isle of Wight. We offer delightful accommodation that has a ... More

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St Rhadagunds (1.67 miles)

St Rhadagunds
South facing and set amidst beautiful grounds, St Rhadagunds offers superb sea views. The house possesses great character and provides a warm & relaxed atmosphere.

Guest laundry, games room with pool, table tennis and darts, ... More | visit website
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Woodcliffe Holiday Apartments (1.87 miles)

Woodcliffe Holiday Apartments

Woodcliffe stands back from and above the Undercliff Drive, in peaceful secluded terraced gardens. The house, cottage and modern apartments face south across the Undercliff offering superb views of the English Channel. Wireless internet.

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Gothic View Gourmet B&B (2.55 miles)

Gothic View Gourmet B&B
Gothic View is an old Chapel dating back to 1884 it still retains many of its original features such as the rose windows and lovely gothic doors. The Chapel is situated in the rural countryside but ... More | visit website
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St Maur Hotel (3.08 miles)

St Maur Hotel

The St Maur Hotel is an ideal holiday location on the Isle of Wight. Situated in Ventnor, one of the prettiest areas on the Island, which makes it ideal for walking holidays. Close to Ventnor Park and ... More | visit website

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Appuldurcombe Holiday Cottages (3.09 miles)

Appuldurcombe Holiday Cottages
5 Cottages - Once the grandest and most striking house on the Isle of Wight, Appuldurcombe's 18th century baroque elegance is still notable today in the partly restored building. The very individual and picturesque stone ... More | visit website

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