Located in Charmouth, Dorset
Lovingly decorated in a tasteful, contemporary coastal theme, this light and airy apartment is the perfect base for couples wishing to explore Dorset and Devon.
- Sleeps: 2
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: No
This inviting, compact property is perfect for couples looking for a romantic getaway and a great base for discovering the area. Situated on a small holiday complex just outside the coastal village of Charmouth, the beautiful 30-acre site includes two small lakes and a 4-star hotel which has a Café Bar, restaurant, crazy golf and Spa facilities open to non-residents. Located on the Jurassic Coastal Path diversion, this property offers guests access to more than 250 miles of beautiful coastal walks. Search for fossils on local Charmouth Beach or Lyme Regis, which boasts a good choice of shops, restaurants and cafes. Nearby Seaton and Sidmouth both have plenty of coastal charm to offer, as does the old fishing village of Beer. Other nearby attractions include Pecorama, Beer Caves, Seaton Tramway, Crealy, Bicton Park, Burrows Farm Gardens, Killerton and Knightshayes Court. The Jurassic Coastal Bus stops at the bottom of the drive making it very convenient for journeys out without the car.
Heading inside, this cosy apartment is full of character and beautifully presented in a fresh nautical theme. Towards the rear of the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner is a compact yet contemporary and well-equipped kitchen area. Here you will find an electric oven and hob and fridge with an ice compartment. Enjoy romantic meals at the table nearby before retreating to the lounge area, which features coastal inspired furniture and a TV for cosy nights in. The separate bedroom area is compact with a small double bed with ships cabin hangers for storing clothes. The clean and bright shower room is adjacent to the bedroom and also displays a fun, nautical theme.
Immediately outside the property is a small, shared open courtyard area with seats. There is also a shared lawn area with seating and a BBQ for enjoying al fresco meals, together with beautifully maintained shared gardens and two lakes for romantic strolls. Between May and September, guests are also invited to use the shared heated outdoor swimming pool. Due to the Covid 19 pandemic and to adhere to the current Government guidelines and restrictions in place, the on-site hotel will not be open to non-residents of the hotel in any capacity including the bar, restaurant and swimming pool. This is until further notice and is beyond the owner’s control.
- Beautifully presented, cosy apartment with space to relax and unwind in the expansive shared grounds
- Free from the crowds in town, yet walking distance to beaches and the South West Coast Path
- Set in the Dorset Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty with stunning countryside views
- 1 compact bedroom with small double bed, please note the bed can only be accessed on one side
- 1 shower room with shower and WC
- Kitchen: electric oven and hob, fridge with freezer compartment TV
- Towels included
- Electric and heating included
- Due to the size of the property, storage is limited to ships hangers in the bedroom and a chest of drawers in the lounge area
- Regret no children or babies
- Regret no pets
- Shared lawn area with seating and BBQ
- Shared outdoor heated swimming pool between May and September (weather dependant)
- Ample off road parking
- Access to the property is either via a set of external steps or a long flat path to the courtyard
- Shared laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer at a small charge
- Beach, pub, restaurant and shops within walking distance
- Due to the Covid 19 pandemic and to adhere to the current Government guidelines and restrictions in place, the on-site hotel will not be open to non-residents of the hotel in any capacity including the bar, restaurant and swimming pool
- This is until further notice and is beyond the owner's control
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