This is a small brick built building set on a hill at Shortlake Farm just to the south of the village. It is built on the site of a WWII gun battery, and commands panoramic views over Weymouth & Portland, and out across the English Channel.It is located just off a quiet no-through-road, up a gravel track, and is surrounded by pasture. Apart from the outstanding views, the SW Coastpath is nearby for walks into Weymouth (3m) and Lulworth Cove (7m). Osmington village with The Sunray pub, and a couple of small shops, is about a 5 minutes walk away. The walk to Shortlake Farm's private beach takes just 5 minutes or so across the fields.The accommodation consists of a main living/ bedroom area, with table and chairs, double bed and wardrobes, TV with DVD, and the picture window!The front door enters into the kitchen, which has the usual essentials including a washing machine, fridge and combi oven.The bathroom with shower and toilet is located off the other end of the living area.Outside a small patio area with table and chairs overlooks Weymouth Bay, and continues beyond onto grassy fields.The pictures speak for themselves - 180 degree plus uninterrupted views over the surrounding sea and coastline. Around the property are fields belonging to the farm where we graze sheep and occasionally cattle.Pets welcome, borrow a dog, Farm Shop, no smoking, conservatory.
With so much to explore in the surrounding area, this cosy cottage for two makes the perfect destination for a holiday in the Dorset countryside.. Step to entrance. Ground Floor: Open plan living space. Living area: With open fire and 48" Freeview Smart TV. Dining area. Step to... Kitchen area: With breakfast bar, double electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Bathroom: With bath, shower attachment and toilet. Steep stairs to... First Floor: Bedroom: With four poster kingsize bed.. Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial logs for open fire included. Welcome pack and doggy extras. Small enclosed garden with patio, garden furniture and barbecue. Bike store. Private parking for 2 cars; additional on road parking. No smoking. Please note: There are 2 steps in the garden.. Wayside is a tranquil terraced holiday home located in one of the most picturesque areas of Dorset, just a few miles from Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. Wayside was refurbished in 2018 and offers a romantic escape in the Dorset countryside. It’s such a peaceful area with no traffic and just the local wildlife for company. There are plenty of country walks that can be taken straight from the property. Leave the car behind and walk across fields and up and over to the UNESCO Jurassic World Heritage Coastline, which is just 4 miles away and home to over 300 coastal country walks, offering some breathtaking views over Dorset’s 200 million year old shoreline. It’s a perfect place to bring your four-legged friends with you, so they too can enjoy all that this area has to offer, and there is an outdoor tap available to hose down your bike or dog after your adventures. It is ideal for couples wanting to explore the beautiful surrounding areas of Dorset. Winfrith Newburgh is located 8 miles west of Wareham and 10 miles east of the county town of Dorchester. It is home to an award-winning local post office, which is within walking distance from the property and offers local Dorset delights. Dorset’s county town, known as Thomas Hardy’s town, Dorchester, is home to Roman relics, Brewery Square and the pioneering architectural royal development of Poundbury. Weymouth boasts a golden sandy beach, picturesque harbour and is ideally positioned along the UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic coastline. Take a trip to the Isle of Portland, host to the sailing at the 2012 Olympic Games and home to the world-famous National Sailing Academy. Chocolate-box villages can be admired in many areas of Dorset. Abbotsbury Swannery provides the opportunity to observe the resident colony of mute swans, which has been in existence since the 14th century. From late May, visitors can walk around the nesting area, observing the cygnets at close quarters. Another attraction at Abbotsbury are the sub-tropical gardens, which flourish in a site protected from the cold winds. Here you can find species rare to Britain such as Japanese camellias and Caucasian wingnut. It is a great location with so many popular tourist attractions close by including Monkey World, Bovington Tank Museum, Milton Abbey, Athelhampton House and the National Trust’s Corfe Castle, all of which all make great family days out. Slightly further afield, you can visit Swanage, Poole and Poole Quay. Poole harbour is the second largest natural harbour in the world and from here you can take the ferry to Sandbanks or Brownsea Island Nature Reserve with its red squirrels. Why not take the ferry for the day to visit the Channel Islands of Guernsey and Jersey? Lyme Regis is also another hot spot to visit, known locally as the ‘Pearl of Dorset’, and is a great place for searching for fossils found in the cliffs and along the beach. Also, if you love golf, Dorset’s Came Down Golf Course is just 9 miles away and where the Ryder Cup was born. Beach 4 miles. Shop and pub 500 yards, restaurant 700 yards. Free WiFi
Nice church view. One of two rooms available. No cleaning charges. Double room with modern petite en-suite shower room & morning sun. Secure parking in a gated community. Quiet location yet only a minutes walk to the bustling Quay, bars & restaurants. Half a mile level walk from the ferry, coach & train stations. Pets considered.