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Comfortable Group Retreat | 980319SK

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Overview

  • At a Glance
  • Facilities
  • Accommodation

    • Sleeps 14
    • 7 bedrooms
    • 4 bath / shower rooms

    Your holiday home

    • £1,315 - £12,405 per week
    • Friday changeover
    • 4:30 PM check in
    • 10:30 AM check out
    • 3 pets welcome (£24 pppw)
    • No smoking
    • Property rating: 4
    • Facilities

      • Open fires
      • Garden

Description

This large detached Edwardian House lies in the village of Swanage, at the eastern end of Dorset’s famous Jurassic Coast, most appreciated for its golden sands. Bring along the family to enjoy everything this beautiful retreat has to offer, a homely accommodation set over three floors, with a collection of bedrooms to suit guests of all ages. The ground floor is home to a lovely lounge hosting a woodburning stove, and a dining room which includes matching chairs and bench seating, comfortably set-up for fourteen people. Nearby, the kitchen is filled with character, wrapped in cream units, and centred by an AGA cooker, surrounded by exposed brickwork. Up on the first floor, a collection of sleeping arrangements await, ideal for both you and the children. One king-size room features its own en-suite, and a quality bathroom ensures everyone can get ready in style, comprising of both a bath, and a separate shower. For more options wander up to the top floor, where you will be welcomed by a spacious family bathroom, which boasts a luxury freestanding bath and walk-in shower, exceptionally designed to that of a hotel standard. The king-size bedroom is your own haven to escape to after a long day, also providing a sofa bed for a little one, a desk and chair, as well as ample storage. For those guests truly wishing to spend some quality time away from it all, the beautiful annexe boasts a final bedroom, elevated by its own en-suite and soothingly accompanied by soft furnishings and small kitchenette with sink, fridge, microwave and kettle. Outside you can make the most of the well cared for tiered garden and outdoor furniture, which makes a lovely spot to sit out. The little town comprises of shops, good pubs and restaurants, and is also well known for its annual carnival held at the end of July as well as it's twice yearly blues festival in March and October. The Victorian wooden pier is a great place for a stroll or fishing, a wonderful setting to watch the world pass by. Take the short drive to Studland, which has one of the finest beaches in the country, surrounded by heathland, together with the regular chain ferry, which crosses the mouth of Poole Harbour to Sandbanks. A getaway for the whole family.

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Area
Airports
Nearest Airport
Bournemouth Airport 13 miles
Train Stations
Nearest Train Station
Poole 7 miles
Parkstone (Dorset) 8 miles
Branksome 8 miles

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