The ideal couples retreat, this charming former stable has been cleverly converted and is set in an enviable spot moments from Weymouth’s old harbour, offering a host of restaurants and attractions
Enjoying a quiet spot in the Brewers Quay area close to Weymouth’s historic harbour, this delightful property has been thoughtfully converted and imaginatively updated to provide friendly, cosy and relaxing holiday accommodation. Originally a stable that housed dray horses for the nearby brewery in Victorian times, the cottage is suitable for a couple making the most of the stunning Dorset coastline. Providing a charming retreat for two guests, this welcoming property has been tastefully decorated and features exposed ceiling beams. Set in a gated mews with several similar properties, this adorable cottage is situated within easy reach of this sea-faring town’s popular attractions, pubs and beaches.
Entering this cosy and warm cottage, you will find the pretty lounge/diner which provides an ideal space to snuggle up together to watch a movie, catch up with a good book or chat into the night. The ground floor also has a fully equipped kitchen, perfect for whipping up your favourite meals. Heading upstairs, the first floor offers a relaxing gallery-style king-size bedroom set in the eaves. There’s also a stylish bathroom complete with shower over the bath. Heading outside, there’s a seating area to the front of the property, with a charming stone bench and table, providing a lovely spot for a morning coffee and for planning the day’s events. Allocated off-road parking for one car can be found behind the property.
Just half a mile from the historic Nothe Fort, this pretty cottage is in a superb spot for enjoying the thriving seaside town of Weymouth. Attractions within the town include Sandsfoot Castle, Portland House, the Rodwell Trail, Jurassic Safari, RSPB Lodmoor, and Radipole Park Gardens. Weymouth Beach and Greenhill Beach are nearby, with the beautiful Isle of Portland to the south and the vast expanse of Chesil Beach to the west.