This delightful detached property is centrally situated in the pretty village of Uplyme and is just one mile from The World Heritage Site of Lyme Regis.
Surrounded by designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this beautiful cottage sits in an idyllic destination for lovers of the great outdoors. 1.5 miles from the historic, seaside town of Lyme Regis, enjoy an al fresco breakfast on the balcony before wandering the footpath to the beach, past old mills and the River Lim. Sleeping five guests over three bedrooms, escape to this gorgeous abode with family and friends, and enjoy the fresh eggs awaiting your arrival.
Follow the garden path and step up and into this pretty bolthole. With great spaces, both inside and out, to enjoy sociable times together, cosy up in the lounge/diner, or spend time in the fresh air and put your feet up on the balcony or in the garden. The bright lounge is decorated in cool, fresh tones, creating a tranquil ambience perfect for settling down in front of the TV. With plenty of room for every guest, dine at the table or step onto the balcony and down to the garden for an al fresco feast with verdant views. For relaxing meals, plate up in the conservatory, reached via steps from the kitchen, which is also a great spot for a morning cup of tea. With ample space to prepare meals easily, the kitchen is filled with natural light and is a stylish space to spend time. Say goodnight and rest your head in one of three, first-floor bedrooms, all of which are decorated in tranquil tones. There is off-road parking for two cars.
With a handful of beaches to explore close to home, pack up a picnic and head to East Cliff Beach (2 miles), Charmouth Beach (6.5 miles) or Town Beach (2 miles) to name a few. Enjoy fossil hunting, sea swimming and sandcastle building and a family-friendly day on the coast. Treat little ones to a morning at the Marine Aquarium (2 miles), which sits on the historic harbour wall, the Cobb. Explore further afield and travel 26.5 miles to the National Trust’s Thomas Hardy Monument, the beginning of a 6.5-mile walk called the Thomas Hardy Trail.