Hayling Island, Hampshire
An upside-down house with a large balcony and gorgeous views of the Hayling Island coast, just a stone's throw from the beach.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
The Beach House Hayling Island is listed with us by the managing agent Cabins and Castles.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Cabins and Castles.
The aptly named Beach House on Hayling Island sits just a stone's throw from the sea and is easily accessed from your own private garden. This upside-down house, has many notable features including wooden floors, panelled walls, vaulted ceilings and a bright and airy colour palette. And if you don't fancy the short walk to the beach, you can dine al fresco on the terrace or head upstairs to the balcony and enjoy the views from there. Sleeping up to 11 (plus a couple of dogs), this is one that all the family can enjoy.
As an upside-down house, the bedrooms are on the ground floor with the living area upstairs. There are five bedrooms in total, each decorated to the highest of standards. The property has three king size rooms, two of which offer lovely sea views. One of these bedrooms also boasts a four poster bed as well as a rolltop bath and an ensuite shower room. There is then one twin room on offer, as well as a further triple room with three single beds. The family bathroom has been newly fitted and contains a shower and a large bath - perfect for enjoying a soak after a long day on the beach. The ground floor also houses a snug with a TV (film night, anybody?) and folding doors which lead out onto the beach-facing stone terrace.
The upstairs living area is bright, airy, and incredibly spacious. To one end, you will find the kitchen, wonderfully equipped to meet all your self-catering needs (including two ovens), while the long dining table will comfortably seat everybody. The sitting area has lots of comfy seating and looks directly onto the large balcony. Step outside and enjoy the fabulous sea views as you relax on a sun lounger or at the outdoor furniture. Fancy a spot of outdoor dining? There is seating for 10, which make al fresco meals in summer a must.
Hayling Island has a wealth of activities on offer. Most of which are water-based. Indeed, it has been referred to as the birthplace of windsurfing, so what better place to learn? There are several water sports schools on the island, all of which provide hire and classes for windsurfing, kitesurfing, and SUP (stand up paddleboarding). There are also lots of sailing opportunities at Langstone Harbour, and the "Rosie K" has 60-minute boat trips around the areas.
Golfers will be pleased to know that Tournerbury Golf Centre is nearby, as is Hayling Golf Club links course. For keen walkers and cyclists, the Hayling Billy Trail is a five-mile off-road trail which follows an old railway line that runs from Havant to Hayling. To keep the kids amused, the Hayling Seaside Steam Railway and Funland Amusement Park are both excellent options.
School summer holidays is £4500 per week.
Other summer weeks are £3500 per week.
Mid season weeks are £2800 per week.
Off season week is £2100 per week.
Two well behaved dogs are allowed at £40 per dog, per stay.
There is a booking fee of 12.5% added on.
Cleaning fee is £150.
There is a refundable £250 breakages deposit.
Be The First To Leave A Review
Have you stayed here?Leave a review
You may also like
You may also like
The Beach House Hayling Island features in these posts