Enclosed rear garden
Open plan living/dining room
Step out into the garden from the kitchen/diner
Enjoy a family meal round the dining table
Cosy twin bedroom
Family bathroom with shower over the bath
Spacious single bedroom
Cosy living space
Grab a book and relax for the evening
Ample seating for the whole family
Light and spacious double bedroom
A good nights sleep guaranteed
1 / 12  Enclosed rear garden
2 / 12  Open plan living/dining room
3 / 12  Step out into the garden from the kitchen/diner
4 / 12  Enjoy a family meal round the dining table
5 / 12  Cosy twin bedroom
6 / 12  Family bathroom with shower over the bath
7 / 12  Spacious single bedroom
8 / 12  Cosy living space
9 / 12  Grab a book and relax for the evening
10 / 12  Ample seating for the whole family
11 / 12  Light and spacious double bedroom
12 / 12  A good nights sleep guaranteed

Clematis Cottage Studland

Studland, Dorset
Sleeps 5
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
No Dogs
4 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • A wonderful family holiday home in a picturesque village
  • Perfect for discovering the Purbeck area
  • Visit Hartland Moor and Stoborough Heath
  • Close to the popular Victorian seaside town of Swanage
  • Take the ferry to Poole or Brownsea Island
  • Explore Durlston Country Park or Studland and Godlingston Heath
Property code: DC033

Situated close to the beach at Studland Bay, this charming semi-detached Victorian cottage offers comfortable and cosy accommodation to a family looking for a quiet spot in a tranquil Dorset village.

This charming semi-detached Victorian cottage sits just 400 yards from the sandy beach at Studland Bay. Nicely presented throughout, the cottage displays fresh neutral decor, antiques and elegant soft furnishings. After a long day on the beach or on the water, return for an evening BBQ in the picturesque garden or dine out at one of the local pubs.

After a busy day, put your feet up in the stunning lounge, which has been decorated in soft pastel tones. This spacious room retains two handsome Victorian fireplaces, one of which houses an open fire, perfect for those cosy evenings in with a good book or film. By contrast, the kitchen/diner is a contemporary space with extensive glass windows and French doors that open onto the garden for a modern-day al fresco feel. In the summer, fling open the doors and head into the garden for a BBQ surrounded by flowers and trees. When it’s time to rest your head, a steep staircase leads to three comfortable bedrooms, a double, twin and single. There is parking for two cars on the shared gravelled drive.

With its long sandy National Trust beach, Studland is a popular choice among families. Relax on the sand, take a dip in the shallow water or hire a kayak to explore the dramatic coastline from the water. Afterwards, enjoy a bite to eat at one of the local cafes or, for those special occasions, book a table at one of the highly regarded restaurants. Wildlife lovers will enjoy a stroll through Studland and Godlingston Heath National Nature Reserve (1.5 miles), while those in search of something a little more cosmopolitan should catch the ferry across to Sandbanks (4 miles) and Bournemouth (8.5 miles).


  • 3 bedrooms – 1 double room with 5’ bed, 1 twin, 1 single
  • 1 bathroom with shower over bath and WC
  • 1 ground-floor WC
  • Oven, fridge, freezer, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher
  • TV/DVD
  • Garden with outdoor furniture and BBQ
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Regret no pets
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Central heating and electric included
  • Beach 400 metres, shop 500 metre and pub 400 metres
  • Swanage 3 miles
  • Please note, the property has steep cottage style stairs

This property is personally managed by Chris.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 5 guest ratings

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Reviewed by S 12th July 2019

A lovely cottage with sun in both the morning and the evening in the garden. An excellent position in a lovely little village. Great beaches near by and a super village store which caters for all your needs. Would thoroughly recommend it!

Reviewed by Mrs A Hammal 31st August 2018

The cottage was a lovely cottage and very comfortable.

Reviewed by Mr T Ellis 31st August 2018

A proper cottage, very near village store and pub pretty close. Garden was a bit tatty this time, grass quite long. Been here for 11 weeks so far so good idea on how things are. TV a bit dated needs update Freeview box and we had major boiler problems as you know. But we like it. Had the weather not been so cold the boiler issue would have been Read moreless as no need for heating but type of boiler also meant no hot water. Other wise fine. Tracie and Lucy very helpful. Toaster is a H&S liability and only one slot works, needs a change been there since first visit years ago. Hide

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Although it's just three hours from London and the South East, Dorset feels like a world away from the hubbub of the city. This gem of a county offers the very best of rural England: magnificent coastal scenery, vast sandy beaches, rolling hills, charming villages, country pubs, stately homes and medieval castles.

Take time to explore the dramatic and diverse coastline. Stretching 95 miles from East Devon to Poole, the Jurassic Coast has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is the only natural phenomenon in England to achieve this status. Here, visitors can uncover Earth's fascinating history whilst enjoying unspoilt views over superb beaches, many of which welcome canine companions too. From the iconic rural rock arch at Durdle Door to the endless sandy expanses of Studland, Dorset has it all.

Why not head to Lyme Regis, classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty? Like much of West Dorset, it has an old-world ambience and offers excellent fossil hunting opportunities. Or head east to discover the beauty of Lulworth and the vibrant seaside resort of Swanage.

Steeped in history and with a certain quintessential charm, Dorset's glorious countryside is peppered with small towns and villages which are well worth a visit. Many are graced with fine buildings, immortalised in the books of Thomas Hardy, a Dorset-born novelist and poet. For more energetic visitors, footpaths and cycleways reveal the county's hidden secrets with the coast always close at hand for those who love the water.

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