50 Fernhill Heights is a perfect retreat for couples and small families in Charmouth, with access to a swimming pool in the summer months.
Set in a peaceful location between Charmouth & Lyme Regis, Fernhill heights is perfect for couples or a young family looking to enjoy a wonderful holiday near the sea. It is set on a beautiful 30-acre site that includes two small lakes and access to a 3-star hotel with an on-site café, bar and restaurant, open to non-residents. The surrounding grounds are also adjacent to Lyme Regis golf course and the location is close to many of Dorset’s attractions.
Located very near to the charming seaside village of Charmouth and close to the popular location of Lyme Regis in West Dorset. Charmouth has a small selection of shops and a post office as well as pubs, cafes and restaurants. The Heritage Coast Centre on the seafront provides a wealth of information about local geology, rock pooling and fossil collecting. There is also a large park, with a well-equipped children's playground nearby. A great location for walkers; the South West Coast footpath and a network of inland footpaths allow visitors to explore the stunning West Dorset coast and countryside. There are also regular bus routes running through the village along the Jurassic coast and it's only a five-minute drive to the historic seaside town of Lyme Regis with its famous Cobb Harbour.
Front door to Lounge and dining area. The Lounge has a sofa and two armchairs, Flatscreen TV, DVD, stereo, dining table and chairs. The fitted kitchen is equipped with electric oven, hob, microwave and tall fridge/freezer. Ground floor WC with wash hand basin. Stairs leading to Bedroom 1 with 4ft 6inch double bed. Family bathroom with shower over bath, WC and wash-hand basin. Bedroom 2 with twin 3ft beds.
Small patio at the front of the property with a bench seat.
Designated parking opposite the property for one vehicle.
Charmouth is a beautiful, unspoiled seaside village near Lyme Regis. For families, it is a chance to unwind and enjoy the charm the village has to offer. The village has two traditional pubs, as well as cafes. There are a post office, convenience store and bakers. The village is very picturesque and the National Trust controls significant portions of the scenic areas around the town. The area, famed for its fossils on the sandy beach is part of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. Join in with a guided fossil hunt or visit the fossil centre to learn more. The beach is famous for its sandy shore and gently shelving waters make it the ideal family beach