A charming little retreat for two sitting within the pretty coastal village of Preston, well-appointed to discover Weymouth and the picturesque Jurassic Coast with all its attractions.
Sitting just outside of the coastal town of Weymouth, this ancient stone and cob cottage is ideally located. Hidden from the main road by trees, you can enjoy privacy whilst having easy access to local shops (100 yards) and pubs (500 yards). Offering a wonderful holiday experience for solo travellers and couples hoping for a romantic break, spend your days uncovering the wealth of things to do nearby and return to your cosy hideaway.
Head down the outside steps and let your holiday begin. Benefiting from lots of room, there is plenty of space to move about and settle in. After a long-day sightseeing, the lounge will be a favourite spot for unwinding. Light the wood burner for extra comfort and turn on the TV for a documentary or show. With handsome period features, the lounge has a charming authenticity as well as inherent cosiness. Stepping into the generously-sized kitchen, you will find everything you could need and more for hearty breakfasts and refuelling dinners. Take your meals alfresco in the garden or sit around the lounge’s dining table. As well as comfortable living areas, the ground floor also houses the bathroom. Here, there is a bath with shower overhead and WC. Up the open tread stairs, the you will find the bedroom. Featuring reduced height in the eaves, low windows, period features and a double bed, the bedroom oozes charm. Outside the garden with steps has a sloping lawn and lends itself well to summer afternoons in the sunshine with the addition of an outhouse with washing machine and freezer.
Exploring the local area, you will be spoilt for things to do, especially in Weymouth itself. Only 3 miles from the town centre, take your pick of restaurants, shops and activities, including Jurassic Coast safaris and a visit to Nothe Fort. 8 miles away, you should definitely visit the famous Chesil Beach.