A unique two-acre private island on the River Thames near Weybridge is the perfect location to moor your boat for total tranquillity and enjoyment.
Access to this beautiful island is by its own private footbridge which links secure parking for 45 cars on the mainland. This unique combination provides a beautiful balance of convenience with seclusion with exceptional access and transportation.
Rail - Weybridge and Walton Station are 6 minutes from the island, and both 26 minutes to Waterloo, 17 minutes to Clapham Junction and 30 minutes to Vauxhall using the fast direct trains.
Flights - Heathrow – 18 mins (7.6 miles); Gatwick – 39 mins (33.2 miles)
Road - M25 – 8 mins (3.4 miles); M3 – 12 mins (5.6 miles); M4 – 19 mins (12.7 miles).
Each mooring has its own electricity and water. There are two heated toilets and an area on the island dedicated to Moorer’s so they can relax off their boat and enjoying a drink, BBQ or just a friendly chat with like-minded boaters who are also moored at the island.
The centrepiece on the island is Eyot House, a Grade II listed Victorian private property, currently being completely renovated, with 13 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 20 purpose-built moorings which makes quite the impression on its fantastically named D'Oyly Carte Island.
This idyllic island is further enhanced with a rich history of music and hospitality dating back to 1890 when Gilbert & Sullivan regularly visited the island to play intimate concerts for their host, Richard D’Oyly Carte and their guests (D'Oyly Carte Music)
In the 1890’s Sir Arthur Gilbert, Sir William Sullivan and Richard D’Oyly Carte were as famous, talented and celebrated as Adel, Ed Sheeran and Simon Cowell are today!