Located in Bournemouth, Dorset
This semi-detached cottage rests in Bournemouth, Dorset and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: No
Littledown is a delightful semi-detached house resting in Bournemouth, Dorset. Hosting two bedrooms, including a double and twin, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to four guests. There are a kitchen and a living room/diner. Outside there is an enclosed garden with lawn and decking with seating, with off-road parking on the drive and in the garage. Littledown is a wonderful base for a Dorset coastal adventure.
A lovely two bedroom semi-detached property resting on the outskirts of Bournemouth, Littledown is a great base for an escape to the seaside, as well as being within reach of the New Forest National Park. Boasting an enclosed garden, off-road parking on the driveway and a delightful open-plan living room, ideal for a family of four.
Step inside and be welcomed into the open-plan dining and sitting room, with stylish sofas and armchairs to relax on as you enjoy the TV, and a dining table to gather around at the end of the day. Rustle up some home-cooked treats in the sleek kitchen, which is equipped with all you need for a self-catered stay, including an electric oven and hob and a handy washing machine.
Children will love having the enclosed garden to play in, while the decking with outdoor furniture offers an excellent space to indulge in an aperitif before heading out to dine somewhere for the evening in summer. Upstairs you can find two bedrooms, with a double and a twin room, along with a family bathroom.
Seven miles of golden sands await you at Southbourne Beach, right along the coast to Bournemouth Pier and the well-known area of Sandbanks at Poole Harbour entrance. From Poole Quay, you can find Ferry Boat rides to National Trust Brownsea Island and trips around the Bay including the Jurassic Coast. Visit Oceanarium and learn about the amazing marine ecosystems as well as viewing feeding sessions and travelling through the underwater tunnel. Bournemouth Pier boasts more amusements with an arcade, a café, boat trips along the coast and even a rock-climbing wall at RockReef.
For an adventurous day out visit the theme park, Adventure Wonderland, which has rides, an inflatable slide, and a runaway, or visit Splashdown waterpark on a hot day and cool off on the flumes, slides and rides. As well as walking along the lively coast, you can also find great walking country in the New Forest National Park. Catch a show at the Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre, wander around the Russell Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, and enjoy a picnic in the beautiful Bournemouth Upper Gardens. For a fun-filled holiday to Bournemouth, stay at Littledown.
- Gas central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, washing machine, and TV
- Fuel and power included in rent
- Bed linen and towels included in rent
- Off-road parking on drive and garage
- Enclosed garden with lawn and decking with seating
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop just under half a mile, a pub just over half a mile
- Note: This property does not have WiFi, however, there is good mobile signal
Bournemouth is the largest seaside town between Christchurch and Poole. The town is brimming with a variety of shops as well as a range of restaurants catering to all tastes. The town comes alive at night and transforms into a hive of colour and energy. Dine in the many bars and restaurants on the seafront. Dance the night away in the nightclubs, there is something for everyone here.
The seven-mile stretch of golden sand is divided into several sections to make up Bournemouth Beach. All the sections of the beach are very family-friendly and make this one of the safest beaches in England. The RNLI patrol the beach during the summer and the Blue Flags showing the safe zones to swim are on show. On the beachfront, you can pick up safety wristbands for the children and hire sunbeds. Check out the beach for a wide variety of watersports.
If you are feeling energetic why not try a cliff walk. This can be found at Fishermans Walk, one of the sections of Bournemouth beach. Take the path up and follow the zigzag paths back down to the beach or take the lift and enjoy the views as you come down. Bournemouth Pier has lots to offer including RockReef indoor activity centre. Hours of entertainment for the adventurous types. The Pier, like the beach, comes alive at night with colourful lights.
The Bournemouth Air Festival is a free four-day event that happens at the end of August. A huge variety of planes are here, including the Red Arrows. You can also enjoy, beach and evening entertainment. For those who like a comedy or musical the visit The Bournemouth International Centre. To entertain children and allow the parents to relax, Alice in Wonderland Adventure Park is a great family day out for children up to the age of 12 and there is so much to explore. From rides to soft play, to adventure playgrounds, to a picnic in the grounds and meeting Alice and the cast. Watch the theatre matinee and finish off with watching the planes landing and taking off from the viewing platform. Bournemouth has so much to offer and is a great base for exploring the town and surrounding areas.