Spacious, comfortably furnished living accommodation for 2 adults with log burning stove and under floor heating. There is a patio area with garden furniture, ample parking for one car and a lockable garage should guests bring bicycles. The property comprises entrance hall, galley kitchen, sitting/dining room and bathroom with a shower, basin and WC. The bedroom in the loft conversion is accessed by a spiral staircase.
The kitchen is equipped with hob and cooker, fridge, freezer, washing machine and microwave. The oak floor sitting /dining room comes with sofa, Freeview TV, DVD, and a wood burning stove guarantee comfort and relaxation. Doors lead onto the patio area with table and chairs. The pine wood floor bedroom looks over the patio area and fields and has a standard size double bed, TV, chest of drawers and curtained off area to hang clothes. The bed is made up with crisply ironed linen and all towels are provided.
The Cottage is a 5 minute walk from the nearest beach, the village shop/PO, Norman Church, inn, tennis courts, riding stables and local bus route; and an ideal base for the open countryside, walking, golfing, bird watching and eating out.
Studland is a quiet unspoilt village mainly owned by the National Trust. It is in a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and on the edge of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. It has three miles of spectacular sandy beaches which are great for swimming, water sports, sailing and diving. The heath land and sand dunes behind the beach are a Nature Reserve with many rare birds, including the Dartford Warbler and a colony of wild ring-necked parakeets, and other forms of wildlife, including all 7 native species of reptile. There are several footpaths, bird hides at Little Sea, a National Trust trail and a woodland nature trail.
Local sightseeing includes Swanage, Durlston Country Park, Corfe Castle, Wareham, Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door, Dorchester [25 miles], and Weymouth [27 miles]. The chain link ferry joins Studland with Sandbanks and access to Poole Harbour, the largest natural harbour in Northern hemisphere [9 miles] and Bournemouth [9 miles] Both have blue flag beaches, excellent shops, restaurants and many tourist attractions. The New Forest [21 miles] and Southampton [42 miles], Kingston Lacy stately home and gardens, Badbury Rings Roman fort, Monkey World, Bovington Tank Museum can all be reached by car.
Cyclist and walkers are both welcome.
Weekly: Saturday to Saturday. Week commencing:
4 May £350
11/18 May £330
25 May £360
29 June/6/13 July £440
20/27 July/3/10/17/24 August £490
31 August/7/14/21 September £390
28 September/5/12/19/26 October £320
In 2012 we were almost fully booked from end of May to beginning of October and therefore in 2013 priority will again be given to full week bookings although Short Breaks may be available at the very last moment. These short breaks can start on any day of the week and are priced at two thirds of the full week’s rent for 3 nights; extra nights are 10% of the full week’s rent. You can have 4 nights for the price of 3 for a mid-week break.
- 4 Visit England Stars Self Catering
|2013 Opening from 1 May to 31 October (01/01/2013 - 31/12/2013)|
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