Located on a leafy lane leading to Studland Heath, this four-bedroom cottage for up to six guests has spectacular views and is within easy reach of a sandy beach.
Set in a secluded spot along a leafy lane leading onto Studland Heath, this spacious and comfortable property makes a lovely family holiday home. With miles of glorious rural walks available from the doorstep, this attractive retreat is just a mile from the glorious Studland Bay. With plenty of space for up to six guests, this charming property is perfect for keen walkers, nature lovers and cyclists eager to explore this idyllic area.
Two steps lead up to the porch and through to the light, attractively furnished lounge which is a great space to relax in, with an open fire, plenty of seating and original wooden flooring. There’s also an attractive dining room, perfect for sharing a family meal, and a stylish kitchen where you can prepare your favourite meals. This leads into a light-filled conservatory ideal for sitting back and catching up with a good book. Steep cottage-style stairs lead to the first floor where there are four bright and airy bedrooms with double-aspect windows – there are two single rooms, a twin and a double. The garden features a multi-level paved area and plenty of outdoor furniture so you can unwind with an al fresco meal or a glass of wine. There’s a charming back courtyard garden accessed via the conservatory.
The property is set on the outskirts of the Studland and Godlingston Heath National Nature Reserve. From here, you can explore the picturesque village of Studland which offers a ferry service to the beautiful Brownsea Island or across to the popular coastal town of Poole. You can also spend a day in the Victorian resort of Swanage (3.5 miles) or discover the wonderful Durlston Country Park (4.5 miles). Other local attractions include The Blue Pool (7.5 miles), Dancing Ledge (4.5 miles) and Kimmeridge Bay (10 miles).