Set in the pretty Dorset village of Studland, this spacious and welcoming property makes a fantastic holiday home for a large family or a group seeking a retreat close to both coast and countryside.
This spacious and inviting property is situated in the picturesque village of Studland and makes a delightful holiday home for a group or a large family looking to enjoy Dorset’s stunning coast and beautiful countryside. Studland Bay and its 4 miles of golden sandy beach, arguably the finest on the South Coast, is within walking distance. This attractive retreat is perfect for exploring the Purbeck Hills, the Jurassic Coast and for relaxing in popular towns including Swanage and Poole.
On entering this stylish holiday home you will find a light and tastefully furnished lounge which is an ideal space to relax in, featuring a wood burner and shuttered bay windows. The bright and appealing open-plan kitchen/diner offers a well equipped kitchen, a large dining area and an additional seating area with TV. There’s also a children’s playroom which has a TV and a selection of books, games and toys and a fully equipped utility room. There are five bedrooms, all upstairs - offering a range of configurations and three bathrooms. An ample gravelled parking area offers plenty of space for cars, and there’s also an attractive back garden with artificial lawn, paths, flower beds and a couple of seating areas where you can enjoy a BBQ. A back gate leads onto a National Trust footpath.
The tranquil coastal village of Studland makes a lovely base for exploring the Purbeck area of Dorset, with the vast Studland and Godlingston Heath just a mile away. Nature-lovers can also explore Hartland Moor (7 miles) and RSPB Stoborough Heath (8 miles). There are three wonderful beaches on the National Trust’s Studland Bay, all easily accessible from the house, as well as spectacular coastal and heathland walks. Other activities in the near vicinity include golf, horse-riding and a range of water sports. The historic village of Corfe Castle (5.5 miles) is renowned for the remains of a thousand-year-old castle, or you could head to the sea front in the Victorian coastal town of Swanage (3.5 miles) or meander along the river to visit Wareham (10.5 miles). From Studland, you can catch the ferry to Poole or to the atmospheric Brownsea Island.