Couthy Butts is a delightful 16th century cottage set amongst some of the most breathtaking scenery on the Isle of Wight.
Couthy Butts can be found very much off the beaten track, hidden amid magnificent countryside made up of sprawling downland and rolling hills. This last remaining 16th century idyllic, 'chocolate box' cottage boasts character features including thatched roof and exposed stone walls, whilst providing high quality, comfortable, well equipped accommodation.
Whilst Couthy Butts enjoys an enviable and unique location and one that delivers ultimate peace and tranquillity from it's breathtaking surroundings, for those that wish to explore the Island, just a short drive is the unspoilt Jurassic coastline great for a day on the beach or for those with more extreme activity in mind, surfing, kite surfing and paragliding. The Victorian town of Ventnor again just short drive is a vibrant town with many pubs, restaurants and cafes to suit all pallets and budgets. For the county pub experience, The Chequers at Rookley is a few minutes drive inland or on the way to Ventnor is the White Horse in Whitwell.