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.
Set at the heart of the historic town of Wareham, this quaint and welcoming cottage makes a delightful holiday home for a family seeking a relaxing spot in the beautiful Purbeck region of Dorset. The property is within a mile of the town’s many attractions, including a range of great pubs, restaurants and independent shops, as well as the thriving Quay, the ancient Saxon walls and the beautiful River Frome. With a ferry service to Poole, and several nature reserves nearby, this charming getaway is an ideal base for exploring this idyllic area.
On entering this charming period property, you will find yourself in the snug and inviting lounge which retains original features including a beamed ceiling and an inglenook fireplace which houses a warming wood burner. There’s also a light and attractive country-style kitchen/diner with underfloor heating, which makes an ideal space for sharing a meal and planning your day. Heading to the first floor via steep cottage-style stairs, you will find two cosy king-size bedrooms. There’s also a first-floor bathroom and a ground-floor shower room. Stepping outside, you can unwind in the delightful enclosed patio garden which has a BBQ and outdoor furniture so you can sit back with a glass of wine at the end of great day.
Famous for its connections with TE Lawrence, the pretty town of Wareham is close to the beautiful nature reserves of Stoborough Heath (2 miles), Arne Reedbeds (2.5 miles) and Hartland Moor (3 miles). There are stunning beaches at Studland (11.5 miles) and Kimmeridge Bay (8.5 miles) or you could visit the historic village of Corfe Castle (5.5 miles). Other local attractions include The Blue Pool (3 miles), Lulworth Castle (6.5 miles), Monkey World (6.5 miles) and The Bovington Tank Museum (7 miles), or you can catch the chain ferry to Sandbanks and the popular town of Poole.