Located in Charmouth, Dorset
The Cottage is a holiday cottage in Charmouth, Dorset, sleeping 6 in the centre of the village with restaurants and the beach all within a 10 minute walk
The Cottage is located in the centre of Charmouth and is just a 10 minute walk to the beach and even less to the shops, pubs and restaurants of the town (less than 100 yards). Equipped and furnished to a high standard you will have everything you need to relax and enjoy your holiday by the sea. Charmouth itself is now better known thanks to the filming of ITV's Broadchurch and has recently been voted second in The Times top ten best villages. On the beach is the Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre which provides a wealth of information about local geology, rock pooling and fossil collecting. Indeed, guided fossil walks meet here on a regular basis so you can get advice from the experts. If the kids get bored with the beach, fossils and rock pooling then there is a large park close by with a well equipped children's play area or hop in the car and explore nearby Lyme Regis, Bridport and West Bay.
The accommodation at The Cottage comprises of an entrance hall, a cloakroom and lounge furnished with two leather sofas, tub chairs, TV, DVD player and WiFi. The kitchen is equipped with a gas hob and electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. A dining table with seating for four is also in the kitchen. The conservatory houses another dining area with seating for six and gets lots of sun in the mornings. Doors lead outside. Upstairs has three bedrooms, two king size doubles and a twin bedroom. The shower room has a large walk in shower, basin and toilet. A travel cot and highchair can be provided upon request.
Outside is an enclosed patio complete with furniture. There is private off road parking for one car and also a permit is supplied at the property for an allocated space very close to the cottage. Your fuel, power, bed linen and towels are all included in the price.
Lying at the mouth of the river Char and overlooking Lyme Bay stands Charmouth, hemmed in by the steep hills of Stonebarrow Hill to the east and to the west Black Venn. It is very picturesque and the National Trust controls significant portions of the scenic areas around the town. The area is noted for its fossils and is part of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. The area has a rich history dating back to the Iron Age and has had many royal visitors including Catherine of Aragon and King Charles II. There are a number of buildings in the village with listed status with many dating back to the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries.Read more
Charmouth has two traditional pubs, The George and The Royal Oak as well as a number of cafes including The Old Bank Cafe, the Charmouth Fish Bar and Pizza Cafe and the Beach Cafe. Restaurants include the Fernhill Hotel, The White House Hotel, Hensleigh House Restaurant and Dining at Newlands.Read less
Exeter is 27 miles away
Bristol is 46 miles away
Bournemouth is 57 miles away