Located within an elegant period building, this delightful apartment is just a stone’s throw from beautiful Swanage Bay.
Located on the first-floor of a Victorian villa, this stylishly-decorated, contemporary apartment is a great place for small families, couples or friends to enjoy the delights of East Dorset. Only a few hundred metres from the seafront in Swanage, with its family-friendly beach, promenade and independent shops and cafes, there is plenty to keep you entertained on your doorstep. Further afield, you have the natural beauty of the stunning World Heritage Jurassic Coast and Studland and Godlingston Heath National Nature Reserve.
High ceilings and traditional features give this apartment a sense of grandeur and space, but the shades of blue and whites throughout, make it feel contemporary and relaxing. On your left as you enter, is the tasteful bathroom where the space has been used to full effect and the same can be said of the compact, well-equipped kitchen next door. You then come to the bedrooms (one double and one single), which are both bright and spacious. The lounge/diner is also a sunny room as the two large windows allow light to flood in and bounce off the clean, white walls. Access to the apartment is via a private, external staircase.
Swanage is home to the Swanage Railway, which is a 12-mile steam train service running along the Purbeck line from Norden to Swanage. Alight the train at Swanage railway station and jump off at the National Trust’s historic village and castle, Corfe Castle (5.5 miles). Durlston Castle also offers a great day out with plenty of wildlife to view, activities, walks and café with a view. Further west, you can discover the unique, horseshoe-shaped cove of Lulworth Cove, and a walk along the South West Coast Path will bring you to the equally unique Durdle Door. The harbour town of Poole is 20 miles away and has a variety of boat trips on offer, including one to Brownsea Island, famous for its red squirrels.