A tranquil spot on a small island on the River Thames. A big bright 'n airy double bedroom with a built in wardrobe. The garden turns untie river Thames , there's a boat and blow up kayaks. Sit in the garden under the weeping willow and watch the boats go by.
Wheatley's Eyot is a small private island situated on the River Thames in a village called Sunbury, South West London. 15 minute drive from Heathrow airport. The Nook is one of only 10 houses on the island. Our garden turns into a quiet spot on the River Thames where boats, rowers, swans and geese pass by at a gentle pace.
There's a fire pit in the garden and big picnic bench, a huge weeping willow and blow up kayaks for summer trips. Just across the river is The Weir Pub, and just upstream is The Swan, The Red Lion, The Anglers Retreat and The Kings Head. Downstream's the Magpie, The Phoenix and The Flowerpot. The house is well equipped with a modern fitted kitchen, 2 ovens and double sink, 2 bathrooms with bath, shower and toilets in both.
It's a beautiful spot, hidden away but close enough to London to get into Waterloo in just over an hour.
You'll have access to the open plan living room and kitchen with breakfast bar, dining room, the garden from your bedroom with a decking area, kayaks, your own bathroom with bath, toilet, sink and shower head or the shared bathroom with a large walk in shower.
We will offer as much help, advice or company as you like. We can help you plan days out, give lifts to the surrounding areas/stations (when we're not working), take you for nights out, recommend gigs and concerts, cook you dinner, recommend local pubs and good food. Or if you prefer, leave you be to do your thing.
There is no road access to the house, parking is a 5 minute walk up a footpath. We have wheelbarrows for shopping, remember that any luggage or food bought must be carried up the path.
We are a young and relaxed household, all we ask is that you respect the tranquility of the island and our neighbours. No eating or drinking in the room, no smoking in the house but welcome in the garden.