Set on a tranquil road leading down to the sea, this bright, stylish and relaxing holiday bungalow makes a fantastic holiday home for a family seeking to enjoy the glorious Jurassic Coast of Dorset.
Just a hundred metres from the beach, this lovely property is perfect for discovering West Bay, the gateway to the Jurassic Coast. This is a wonderful location for enjoying the sea, fishing, coastal and rural walks, fossil-hunting and water sports. West Bay is situated at the end of Chesil Beach and is close to Eype Beach (1 mile), Hive Beach (2.5 miles) and Charmouth (7 miles). The historic town of Bridport (2 miles) has a choice of great shops, pubs and restaurants. Inland places of interest include Littlebredy Walled Gardens (10 miles), the Nine Stones (11 miles) and the Kingston Russell Stone Circle (10 miles). The historic village of Abbotsbury is home to a swannery, ruined abbey and subtropical gardens.
Entering this delightful property which is all on one level, you will find a light-filled and tastefully decorated lounge. This is a perfect place to unwind, with plenty of seating, Smart TV, Hi-Fi, iPod dock and a wood burner. You will also find a bright and cheerful kitchen/diner with a pleasant dining area and a kitchen fully equipped with an induction hob, oven, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washing machine and microwave. The conservatory provides a lovely space to sit back, with French doors leading into the garden. This delightful single-level property also features three cosy bedrooms: a double and two twin rooms. There is also a shower room with a shower (with support rail) and WC, and a bathroom with a bath and WC.
Going outside, you can enjoy the back garden, which features a lawn with roses. Double gates lead down the steep drive to the front terraced garden which enjoys sea views and has outdoor furniture giving you an ideal spot to sit back and enjoy a morning coffee. There is a step up to the decked seating area. There is ample off-road parking for two cars.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.