Traditional stone cottage, dating from the 18th century, offering attractive accommodation for six guests, situated in the small village of Kingston, offering views to Corfe Castle.
Stay at this charming stone cottage in tranquil Kingston, on Dorset’s Isle of Purbeck, and absorb panoramic views towards the ruins of Corfe Castle. Up to six guests, and two delighted dogs, can stay at this three-bedroom, mid-terrace property, which has a glorious garden. Follow footpaths through this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; walk along the Jurassic coastline and enjoy family days out on the beach at Swanage, 4.5 miles away.
Enter this inviting, character cottage to find beamed ceilings and stone floors. Settle yourselves in the lounge, light the wood burner in the inglenook fireplace and perhaps watch TV or a DVD together. Find the kitchen, with its electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer, also has every comfort for your stay. Prepare meals in here then dine together. Discover a twin bedroom is also situated downstairs and the two remaining bedrooms are up on the first floor. One of these has a king-size bed, plus an en-suite shower room, with shower and WC, while the other is a twin (which can be made into a super-king-size bed upon request). The family bathroom, with WC and shower over the bath, is also up here. Descend steps to the gorgeous garden and dine on the terrace on fine days. There is a summerhouse out here too. The cottage comes with parking for one car (off-road parking available for a further three cars).
Pack a picnic and head straight out on exciting walks. Venture 2 miles to Corfe Castle, with its shops, pubs, cafes and hilltop ruins. Walk 1.5 miles to pick up the South West Coast Path; embark upon a circular 10-mile hike to Kimmeridge, taking you along the chalk ridge and offering up spectacular sea and landscapes along the way. Pause to swim or paddle at Kimmeridge Bay. For sandcastles, ice cream and beach swimming, plan days out to Swanage, with its traditional, seaside holiday appeal.