Overlooking the glorious Charmouth Beach and situated on the stunning South West Coast Path, this timber-framed 1930s bungalow offers panoramic views over the sea and the Dorset countryside.
Sitting on the spectacular South West Coast Path and just 50 yards from the stunning sandy beach at Charmouth, this 1930s bungalow is a fantastic bolthole for family seaside holidays. Inside, the property has been tastefully updated to offer spacious and bright accommodation with plenty of mod cons for youngsters, while outside the large terraced garden includes seasonal gated access to the beach. During your stay, spend your day's fossil hunting on the beach, strolling along the coastal path or enjoying a bite to eat at one of the local pubs.
A spacious lounge is the heart of this home, with its original timber flooring, high ceilings, extensive windows and feature fireplace with woodburner. While away lazy afternoons with a good book on the sofa, relax in front of the Smart TV or challenge the family to a game on the Wii. The open-plan kitchen/diner beyond is light and airy with a tiled floor, modern units and a large table for enjoying meals together. The three restful bedrooms all offer relaxing sea views. Outside, a terrace leads down to a large garden surrounded by flower beds, trees and shrubs with wonderful sea views and seasonal gated access onto the sandy beach. There is parking for three cars.
Famous for its fossils, Charmouth is home to a wide expanse of sand and shingle beach that’s popular among families for its safe swimming and picnic areas. Keen walkers should set out along the South West Coast Path, which connects this charming village to nearby Seatown (4.5 miles) and Eype (6.5 miles) with breathtaking views along the way. The village itself boasts a choice of cafes, pubs, takeaways and a village stores, while neighbouring Lyme Regis (3 miles) offers a wider selection of amenities plus a marine theatre and aquarium.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.