With contemporary decor, picturesque village surroundings and castle ruins to admire, this detached stone-built property is a great choice for a family holiday with easy access to the coast.
Beautiful beaches, iconic locations and family-friendly attractions lie close to home so you can enjoy days out with guests of all ages. Sleeping six over three bedrooms, this home is flooded with natural light, sophisticated style and charm, making it the perfect abode to return to after days in the great outdoors. Conveniently located just off the A351 which leads to Swanage the cottage is less than a half a mile from the National Trust-owned ruins of Corfe Castle, explore nearby by hopping on a train to the golden sands of Swanage (5.5 miles).
Climb external steps and find yourself inside this beautiful home. Make the brilliantly bright kitchen/diner your first stop and unload your provisions whilst waiting for the kettle to boil. With all you need to cook up a storm, wash holiday outfits, and host sociable dinners, spend time slicing, dicing and dining in this fresh space before retiring to the lounge. After stepping down to the inner hallway, settle in the lounge in front of the feature wall and put your feet up on the comfortable sofa or the chair to relax. Great for family film nights, choose your film and pile the coffee table high with treats. Rinse the day away in the contemporary, family shower room before heading to bed in one of three tranquil bedrooms. The twin room, great for younger guests who want to enjoy a sleepover, is reached via ladder-style stairs and sits in the eaves of the house so care must be taken of the sloping ceilings. Rise and shine and take a morning coffee through the French doors and outside to the multi-level patio. There is off-road parking for two cars.
Fantastically located, spend mornings wandering Corfe Common (1 mile) and admiring the remains of Corfe Castle before making your way to Swanage for a day by the sea (5.5 miles). If you fancy a hike, hop on the Purbeck Ridge walk, a 9-mile trail winding its way from the local area, past Old Harry Rocks and down to Swanage where you can reward yourselves with a bite to eat and a refreshing dip before jumping on the train to head home.