Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms; Children welcome
This lovely Elizabethan stone cottage enjoys an attractive position just on the edge of the charming purbeck village of Langton Matravers and within a few minutes drive of the seaside resort of Swanage with its wonderful sandy beach and traditional entertainments. Langton Matravers still retains its village shop/post office and has two good public houses for meals plus local beers and ciders within 5 minutes walk.
New Cottage; Sleeping 8 in 3 double bedrooms and 1 twin (plus extra bed available). Children 4+ and babies under 1 year welcome.
Beautiful stone, Grade II, listed cottage with delightful gardens, within a two minute walk of the lovely ancient square of Corfe Castle and the majestic castle. The village is renowned for its excellent restaurants, tea shops, old fashioned public houses, superb local bakers and general stores. Corfe Castle is in the heart of the isle of Purbeck with wonderful walks to the Jurassic coastline and along the beautiful downs. The sandy beach of the small resort of Swanage is within a 10 minute drive. Alternatively the steam train, which runs from Corfe Castle to Swanage, offers a delightful way to travel. Also nearby are the wonderful miles of sandy beaches and dunes at Studland.
New Cottage; Sleeps 6 in 4 bedrooms
Coastguard Cottage is beautifully situated in a truly exceptional position, on the cliff top of St. Albans Head, surrounded by the wonderful rolling hills and countryside of the Isle of Purbeck, with views of the sea and of the spectacular Jurassic coastline both westwards and eastwards. From the cottage enjoy beautiful coastal walks and miles of cycling along quiet lanes and bridleways. A wonderful spot for bird watching and the sandy beach of Swanage is within a 15 minute drive.
Sleeps 5 in 3 bedrooms; Children welcome
Lovely traditional stone cottage in the Isle of Purbeck - wonderful walking and cycling area with nearby coastline which is part of the wonderful Jurassic Coast. Village shop, public house and beautiful church within a few minutes walk. Only a short drive from the sandy beach of the small resort of Swanage and a 10 minute drive from the historic village of Corfe Castle.
New Cottage; Sleeps 5 plus a baby in 3 bedrooms;
Priory Farm Cottage is a 'chocolate box' traditional thatched cottage surrounded by beautiful countryside and within a 10 minute drive of the sea at Lulworth. Here swimming, fishing trips, rib riides and the 'fossil forrest' can be enjoyed. There are also wonderful walks with the coast path extending westwards to Weymouth and eastwards to Studland. The cottage is furnished and equipped to a high standard. There is a 'king size' master bedroom, a smaller double bedroom and a charming single room. Outside there is a lovely fenced garden with large lawns and a patio area for enjoying meals plus a play area for children.
Stone Cottage with stunning views; Sleeps 5/6 in 3 bedrooms
Lovely traditional stone cottage beautifully situated in the charming hill top village of Kingston. There are wonderful rural views from the cottage and the large garden and terrace overlook the picturesque village of Corfe Castle which nestles below in the valley. These panoramic views extend across the valley to the downs. There is a good public house for meals within a few minutes walk and almost immediate access to some of the most wonderful walks in Purbeck. Great for both walking and cycling. The sandy beaches of Swanage are within a 10 minute drive. Bird watching is excellent at the RSPB site at Arne. Golf courses in nearby Studland and Wareham.
New House; Sleeping 8 in 4 double bedrooms (with 2 extra beds available). Children welcome.
Superb house in the lovely Isle of Purbeck village of Langton Matravers with glimpses of the sea at Swanage from the upper rooms. Wonderful walking and cycling area. Public house, church and village shop within a few minutes walk. The beautiful Jurassic Coastline and sea at Dancing Ledge is a 30 minute walk away and the small resort of Swanage, with its lovely sandy beach, is within a 5 minute drive. The house has been furnished and equipped to an exceptionally high standard and provides wonderful accommodation in 4 double bedrooms with en-suite bath/shower rooms (plus two extra beds for children to sleep separately); 2 dressing rooms, a spacious open plan sitting room with wood burning stove and bi-fold doors opening onto a secluded terrace with garden furniture; a lovely dining area; a beautifully equipped kitchen, separate utility room; snug with large sofa and television with Sky. Delightful garden with large lawn. Situated in quiet lane with parking for 2 cars.
Sleeps 6 + 1 child in 4 bedrooms
This delightful traditional stone cottage stands in a peaceful lane within a few minutes walk of both wonderful open countryside and the historic castle and central square of the picturesque village of Corfe Castle. The attractive square is a lovely spot with a number of small shops - these include a National Trust gift shop, a local bakers for wonderful breads, cakes and lunchtime rolls, a traditional sweet shop; a general stores offering a wide range of local produce plus public houses, and a number of tea shops and restaurants.
New Cottage; Sleeps 5 plus a baby in 3 bedrooms;
Lovely traditional Purbeck stone cottage in beautiful countryside with stunning open views of the dramatic ruins of Corfe Castle - a wonderful site as it stands majestically in the distance. Large cottage garden. Fantastic walking and cycling area with almost immediate access to footpaths and bridleways leading to Corfe Castle and the wonderful downs that link the coastal villages of Lulworth, Kimmeridge and Studland. East access to the costal path which is part of the renowned Jurassic Coast. The sandy beaches of Swanage are within a 10 minute drive. Great area for bird watching – nearby RSPB sites at Arne and Studland. Good public house for meals within 12 minutes walk.
Flagstones is a delightful traditional Isle of Purbeck stone house - beautifully situated, in a ‘conservation area’, in the centre of the village but at the same time it is a very secluded property with delightful open views across the valley to the downs. The village shop, public house and beautiful church are within a few minutes walk. This is a wonderful walking and cycling area with paths, close to the house, leading to the beautiful Jurassic coast at Dancing Ledge, Seacombe and Winspit and onto the coastal path to Weymouth and beyond. Visitors can also follow the nearby Priests Way - a bridleway to the coastal village of Worth Matravers with the renowned Square and Compass public house, or to the centre of the nearby small resort of Swanage with its lovely sandy beach, fishing trips, diving centre, varied restaurants, wine bars and public houses. The Swanage Steam railway connects the town to the picturesque and historic village of Corfe Castle. The miles of wonderful sandy beaches of Studland are also within a short drive.
Flagstones is a detached property with traditional Purbeck stone walls and roof. It has served as a much loved family home for decades, and the owners now live close by so are able to provide invaluable tips for making the most of one's time on the Isle of Purbeck. Flagstones has particularly attractive original windows - a feature of some of the properties in this village. The house has been furnished and equipped with great sensitively to provide a lovely relaxed traditional English Country House feel. One of the owners is a well known artist and her beautiful paintings adorn the walls in many of the rooms. On the ground floor there is a large open plan kitchen equipped with wooden fitted units, a double Belfast sink, a range style cooker with 5 gas burners and an electric oven, refrigerator, dishwasher and a traditional dresser; a delightful dining area; a separate utility room with an additional sink, a microwave, washing machine and freezer; a charming sitting room with comfortable sofas and chairs, French doors opening into the garden, a television/Freeview/DVD, plus an open fire for use during the colder months; a snug with French doors opening on to the large and pretty courtyard, providing a quiet place to relax or for children to play, with a second television and two comfortable chairs; a ground floor cloakroom with WC and basin.
Stairs lead up to three delightful bedrooms – a master bedroom with a double bed and with French doors opening onto a Juliette balcony from where there are wonderful views across the garden and valley to the downs in the distance. This bedroom has an en-suite shower room with a built in shower, basin and WC. There is a second charming double bedroom with a king size bed and beautiful bay window with views through the trees of the church tower. The third bedroom is also a lovely light room with two windows and twin beds (2 ft 6 ins). There is a traditional bathroom with a Victorian style bath on legs, hand shower, an original lavatory and a modern basin set in wood. Central heating and electricity are provided without extra charge. WiFi internet is available plus a telephone for incoming calls.
Flagstones has a delightful garden with a large lawn at the rear and a beautiful stone courtyard at the side of the house with garden furniture and lovely colourful borders in the spring and summer. The garden is fully walled and fenced. There is parking for 2 cars in a covered open garage to the side of the courtyard and a further two cars can be parked at the entrance to the courtyard. A regular bus service links the village with Swanage, Corfe Castle, Wareham and Poole.
Flagstones is a non smoking cottage. WiFi Internet is provided free of charge at Flagstones. Flagstones is available for weekly self catering holiday bookings from Friday to Friday. The normal arrival time at this holiday cottage is 16:00 and the normal departure time is 10:00. Short break weekend and midweek self catering holidays are available from 17th February 2017 to 30th March 2017 and 27th October 2017 to 17th December 2017.
Flagstones - Langton Matravers
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|Flagstones Prices Per Week|
|17 February - 30 March 2017 - £575||31 March - 20 April 2017 - £775||21 April - 27 April 2017 - £575|
|28 April - 04 May 2017 - £595||05 May - 11 May 2017 - £595||12 May - 18 May 2017 - £599|
|19 May - 25 May 2017 - £625||26 May - 01 June 2017 - £1269||02 June - 22 June 2017 - £785|
|23 June - 29 June 2017 - £805||30 June - 06 July 2017 - £885||07 July - 13 July 2017 - £1106|
|14 July - 20 July 2017 - £1269||21 July - 24 August 2017 - £1475||25 August - 31 August 2017 - £1395|
|01 September - 07 September 2017 - £809||08 September - 14 September 2017 - £779||15 September - 21 September 2017 - £749|
|22 September - 28 September 2017 - £649||29 September - 19 October 2017 - £575||20 October - 26 October 2017 - £859|
|27 October - 17 December 2017 - £575||18 December - 04 January 2018 - £1250|
Flagstones has live availability and prices. Click on the start date to begin you booking. Booking information and options and extras available at Flagstones are detailed below.Booking Fee £19.75 per booking Extra Bed £0.00 per booking Towels (Bath & Hand Towel) £4.29 per person WiFi Internet Free WiFi Internet Heating & Electricity Free of chargeBed Linen Free of chargeBooking Deposit 25% (min £245.00)of cottage rental Security Bond Refundable Deposit £200 per booking
Flagstones has short break self catering holiday availability on the Purbeck. These are the short break periods.Flagstones Short Breaks 2017 17th February to 30th March Weekday & Weekend Short Breaks Flagstones Short Breaks 2017 27th October to 17th December Weekday & Weekend Short Breaks
Pricing and Booking Notes for FlagstonesArrival Time 16:00 Departure Time 10:00 Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2
Langton Matravers is a rural village with pretty stone cottages within a short walk of the sea on the Southern side of Purbeck in Dorset. This charming and traditional village has a historic church, attractive stone buildings and an excellent local public house which puts on local events including local music.
The coastline below Langton Matravers is well known for the dramatic landscape and abundance of wildlife. It is a popular spot with walkers who stop off while walking along the coastal path and some take the time to have a swim. There is a good local walk to Dancing Ledge where there is a man made swimming pool dug into the rocks.
It's for anyone who likes to live life adventurously - you don’t have to be a seasoned explorer to enjoy a Go Ape experience! Go Ape offers up to three hours of tree top fun. It’s a great way to get outdoors and have some fun. The Moors Valley GoApe Country Park is within a 40min drive of Purbeck and is a great day out for the whole family. goape.co.uk
The Isle of Purbeck is a peninsular of land located in the South of Dorset and is famous for its sandy beaches, beautiful countryside and the Jurassic Coast World Heritage site. The sea surrounds Purbeck on three sides and nowhere is for from the coast. Apart from the small town of Swanage, the Isle of Purbeck is made up of small rural hamlets and traditional villages.
The North side of Purbeck is dominated by a wooded and heathland nature reserve and where it meets the water of Poole Harbour it attracts a great deal of bird life. The East coast of Purbeck is known for the two long sandy beaches at Studland and Swanage but also for the limestone pillars at Old Harry's Rocks. Along the South Coast is the start of the Jurassic Coast which is characterised by impressive coastal formations like Dancing Ledge and Durdle Door but also for quiet coves and peaceful beaches for swimming.
Much of Purbeck has been declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the vast majority of Purbeck remains in the hands of nature. This is ideal for walkers and cyclists who are free to explore large areas of countryside and take in a number of wondrous locations.
The Isle of Purbeck has a number of events which take place throughout the year. To find out more about local events go to our Purbeck Events pages.
Walking, Nature & Wild Life Links:
Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - Details of Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and ways to enjoy them with walking and cycling information as well as some great places to see. - www.dorsetaonb.org.uk
Purbeck Marine Wildlife Reserve - Find out more about the efforts to conserve the marine wildlife, where you might find some sea horses and how you can also get involved with fun projects. - www.dorsetwildlifetrust.org.uk
Purbeck Coast Walks - A walking route along the Purbeck Coast with links to other walks nearby - www.walkingbritain.co.uk/walks/walks/walk_a/2579/
Where to Ride Purbeck - Cycle routes and information for Purbeck - www.britishcycling.org.uk/
Bus and train travel is an excellent way to see Purbeck and can be very useful when walking or exploring the peninsula. For all your local public transport information as well as taxis visit Flagstones Public Transport Purbeck Dorset »
For walking information on Purbeck Dorset visit Purbeck Walking Holiday Information »
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