Some nice new additions to our portfolio – take a look!
Dorset Coastal Cottages has added some magnificent new properties recently which are available to book NOW! Take a look and don’t miss out on your preferred week as these are sure to be very popular…
Located at the quieter Eastern end of Swanage Bay this second floor apartment enjoys panoramic views over the rooftops to Ballard Down and Godlingston Hill. The apartment is light, spacious and ideally situated with a short stroll from the sandy beach and promenade.
Under new ownership and booking up quickly for 2019 – This contemporary, high quality building fronts the colourful and bustling harbour where pleasure craft and working fishing boats gently rock with the ebb and flow of the tides. The penthouse is located on the 3rd floor and is accessed by lift or stairs. A balcony encircles the apartment providing a stunning 360 degree view over the harbour, Lyme Bay and inland up the Brit Valley.
Available to book now from May 2019 onwards. Built in the 18th Century as the Coach House for the Rectory, this lovely detached property is on the corner of Quarry lane, a no-through lane ending in a footpath leading to The Crown Inn, West Bay and Burton Bradstock. The cottage is extremely spacious, full of light, colour and is beautifully decorated in an attractive and traditional style. The garden is largely laid to lawn with a patio, BBQ, trees and shrubs and backs on to the private parkland of the Rectory.
The Old Post Office is located in the centre of Litton Cheney, a beautiful Dorset village in the heart of the Bride Valley and has been beautifully renovated and updated. The open plan kitchen diner is ideal for a family get together for birthdays, Christmas or other special occasions. Just five minutes from the Jurassic Coast, after a storm, you can hear the waves breaking on the pebbles of Chesil Beach…
This bright and airy 15th Century mid-terraced cottage is located near the top of the hill in Charmouth. Set over three floors it has recently been updated and refurbished to a fabulous standard and is in an ideal location for trips to the beach for fossil hunting.
A Grade II listed, former farm labourer’s cottage for Lulworth Estate which dates back to the 18th Century. In the quiet hamlet of Coombe Keynes, it is perfectly located for trips to Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door or any other part of the Isle of Purbeck.
This converted barn, close to the historic Saxon walled town of Wareham, is situated on a quiet no-through lane only occasionally used by a farmer and his livestock. Stoborough is a gateway village just off the main road through the Isle of Purbeck which leads to Corfe Castle, the stunning beach at Studland and the traditional seaside town of Swanage.
One of two converted farm buildings (224 – Midlands Stable) is located on the lane leading to Seatown and the coast. It is full of light and furnished in a modern style with great attention to detail and a nod to the traditional. The village of Chideock has a shop and a choice of pubs for eating out.
A mid-row, grade II listed 18th Century thatched cottage faces the village street and has been furnished to a very high standard with great attention to detail for the age of the property. Being located in the village of Winfrith Newburgh means it is just a couple of miles away from the coast.
Surrounded by the RSPB heathland reserve, this mid-terrace cottage has a footpath at the end of the garden linking to the Purbeck Way. Furzebrook is located halfway between Wareham and Corfe Castle, not far from Lulworth Cove, Studland and Swanage. Nightjar Cottage has been recently fully refurbished to an extremely high standard throughout.
Stay tuned for more new properties throughout the year.