Mattingley Farm has a long history of providing high quality family holidays
The farm extends over five acres and when last fully functional housed thousands of pigs. Nowadays, we have a variety of animals as pets. There are only three units which gives a great atmosphere while preserving the quiet feel of the countryside. Although the farm is located on a bus route, there is minimal traffic with more bikes and horses than motorised vehicles! Guests can park safely off road and easily store any bicycles or trailers within the farm.
We are pleased to offer dog-friendly accommodation at no extra cost
Blake's Barn is the largest property at Mattingley Farm
This characterful barn dates from the Victorian era and bears the name of the 17th Century owner of the farm. Located at Mattingley Farm, Blake’s Barn is constructed from island stone and has impressive high vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and feature stone walls, offering guests spacious accommodation with an abundance of period features including a log burner Other unique features include enclosed courtyard garden and covered outdoor eating area for al fresco dining
Price from £310 per week
Dairy Cottage is a modern two bedroom conversion with spacious accommodation
This characterful semi-detached cottage accommodation was originally the farm’s milking parlour. Located at Mattingley Farm, Dairy Cottage offers light, airy, open-plan living area with high ceilings and beams. Double bedroom with uninterrupted views across the farm and paddocks to the fields beyond.
Price from £259 per week
Orchard Cottage is a modern two bedroom conversion with spacious accomodation
Like it's adjoining property, Dairy Cottage, Orchard has central heating, double glazing and so makes a perfect retreat for a winter break. Even better at Christmas, especially taking advantage of one of our multiple deals.
Price from £259 per week
Wellow is situated in the beautiful, rural West Wight yet is only minutes away from the sea
Wellow is a small, quiet hamlet about 9 miles from Newport which is the administrative centre of the island, and about two miles east of Yarmouth, the nearest ferry port. Apart from a post office and surrounding farmland, there is little else to disturb the peace of Wellow which makes it ideal for those seeking a tranquil setting for their holiday. Nonetheless, it is easy to get to any part of the island using pretty much any mode of transport from car, cycle, horseback or foot. The Hamstead Trail runs adjacent to Mattingley Farm giving direct access onto the island's bridle and footpath network
Wellow is on the Island Cycle route