Escape with family and friends to this delightful cottage set on the outskirts of the seaside town of Weymouth, with nearby beaches, nature reserves and family attractions waiting to be explored.
Set in a peaceful location on the outskirts of Weymouth, this pretty cottage makes a wonderful base for families and friends looking to explore the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. With easy access to the town of Weymouth, and an assortment of beaches, landscapes and attractions nearby, this delightful property is perfectly placed for exploring the region, while offering a lovely, homely base to relax and unwind.
Arranged over two storeys, this three-bedroom cottage blends traditional features with a contemporary style, resulting in a warm and welcoming ambiance. The light and airy lounge offers a lovely spot to snuggle at the end of the day to watch a film or read a book while warming your toes by an open fire on chilly evenings. Prepare meals in the cottage-style kitchen before gathering together around the dining table to chat about your holiday plans. Upstairs, there are three comfortable bedrooms, some with ornamental fireplaces, along with the family bathroom. Outside, the pretty garden ambles over several levels, blending lawn, seating areas and flowered borders.
It’s around 4 miles to the centre of Weymouth with its historic harbour, long sandy beach, an assortment of shops and eateries, and attractions including the aquarium. Alternatively, visit wild and rugged Chesil Beach (8.5 miles) on the Jurassic Coast to go fossil hunting or birdwatching on Fleet Lagoon, which backs onto the beach. Walkers, cyclists and nature lovers are spoilt for choice with dramatic coastal walks and picturesque landscapes, with the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty being one of the best wildlife areas in the country. For a change of scenery, head inland to the county town of Dorchester (4 miles) to explore the Roman townhouse, visit museums, and discover the birthplace of the writer and poet, Thomas Hardy.