Pretty cottage sleeping four guests, located within the walls of the Saxon town of Wareham: a picturesque town with its quay, independent shops, and good range of restaurants and cafes.
This property enjoys a fantastic location within the Saxon walls of the quayside town of Wareham. Everything that the town has to offer is just a short walk from the property, including a range of unusual independent shops, weekly market, and sports centre. The town quay is a fantastic place to visit, whether you want to sit in the pub and watch the boats go by, or take a boat trip along the River Frome down to Poole Harbour. The area is well known for its stunning coast line, and guests to this property have a great choice of sandy beaches on the Bournemouth side of Poole Harbour, or the fossil-rich beaches and dramatic seascapes of the Jurassic Coast.
This property is a fine example of a period cottage, and retains many period features, giving it a cosy and atmospheric feel. The lounge is a great example of this, with its beamed ceiling and inglenook fireplace which houses a warming wood burner. However, guests do not need to forego modern creature comforts, and there is a TV/DVD, and iPod in the room which can all be enjoyed from the comfortable sofas. The country-style kitchen/diner has underfloor heating, so there is no need to get cold toes in the morning, and is home to a dining table seating four. The kitchen area itself is well-equipped, and offers a Range oven, hob, fridge with ice compartment, whilst the microwave, freezer, and washer/dryer can be found in the separate utility room. Steep, cottage-style stairs lead from the lounge to the first-floor accommodation where there are two bedrooms. Both of these are king-size rooms, each with plenty of storage space and a dressing table. The main bathroom is also located on the first floor and offers a bath with handheld shower and WC, whilst there is also a ground-floor shower room with shower and WC.
Outside, the property benefits from an enclosed patio garden which has garden furniture and a BBQ, making it a lovely spot to unwind with a drink at the end of a busy day of sightseeing. There is parking for one small car which is accessed via a narrow entrance, whilst there is also roadside parking available locally for larger cars.
Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.