A coastal cabin set beneath the much photographed Golden Cap. With easy access to the dog-friendly beach, village centre and the South West Coast Path, it’s the ideal base for a relaxing break.
Fantastically located on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and surrounded by Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this home is perfect for lovers of the great outdoors and their dogs. Sleeping four across two bedrooms, find yourselves less than half a mile from the local beach where you can sprawl on the sand and splash in the sea all day long.
Stepping inside this single-storey property, make yourselves at home as you choose your bedroom and unpack. Pop the kettle on in the kitchen and brew some tea to enjoy together whilst you make plans for your holiday. With all you need to feed four hungry mouths and those of your four-legged friends, the kitchen is a lovely space in which to spend time experimenting with flavours and family favourites. Bright, light and open plan, the lounge/diner is perfect for plating up a delicious feast and is a great spot in which to unwind after beach days and time exploring. The pair of sofas invite you to sink down and switch off in front of the TV, or put on a DVD for a film night with plenty of treats. Post-film, savour a tipple on the enclosed decking, where a BBQ and sun loungers are the perfect ingredients for a sundowner evening alfresco. Two tranquil, pretty bedrooms offer you some peace and quiet and are lovely rooms in which to rest your head for the night before you rise and shine and freshen up in the stylish shower room. There is off-road parking for one car.
Sitting beneath the towering Golden Cap, the local beach at Eype is a wonderful destination for all the family, welcoming dogs all year round and less than half a mile away. Enjoy a day on the sand and tuck into a tasty picnic or treat yourselves to dinner at the village pub or the tearooms. Just 7.5 miles from home, Stonebarrow Hill is a great starting point for a hike with the dog and leads to over 25 miles of well-trodden trails which wind their way around the National Trust’s, Golden Cap estate.