Sleeps up to 12 guests in 1 property
St Georges Avenue
Contact: Casey Foot
Telephone: 01305 812015
Open: All year
Sleeps 12 Total
Beach or Coastal
Sleeps 12 - 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
A great location for seaside holidays and for exploring the magnificent Jurassic Coast - Number 6 is a welcoming 5 bedroomed property only 5 minutes walk from the 3 mile crescent of Weymouth’s popular sandy beach.
The fabulous central location means that the house is just a 15 minute stroll to the bustling town centre and yet is also close to the meadows and woodland of the Lorton Valley Nature Reserves.
Built in the 1920’s, the property has been newly refurbished and retains some lovely original features. The style is comfortable, relaxed with a home-from-home feel.
Catering is easy in the modern kitchen with stove, dishwasher, freezer, grill and microwave. The owner also offers the option to order tasty prepared meals which you can just pop into the oven after the day’s adventures! Request the menu when booking.
The lounge has plenty of comfy seating and has a TV and DVD player. The dining room has seating for 10 and French windows that open out into an attractive well-stocked garden. The decking area is a great place for sunny morning breakfasts or alfresco evening meals.
There are 5 bedrooms: The master bedroom has an extra large double bed and an ensuite bathroom. The 2nd bedroom is also ensuite and has a double bed. Bedroom 3 & 4 both have double beds. Bedroom 4 is on the ground floor and the zip link king size bed can be made into 2 singles if preferred. The 5th bedroom is a bunk room with bunk beds and twin beds.
Weymouth is a vibrant seaside town with a buzzing cafe culture, plenty of independent shops, restaurants and bars and with many festivals and live music events throughout the year. Families will love the traditional seaside delights of donkey rides and Punch & Judy Shows and there are plenty of other quality attractions. The Weymouth Sea life Adventure Park has an awesome array of creatures to meet – over 1000!. One of the town’s newest attractions is the Jurassic Skyline viewing tower which takes you up 174ft and slowly rotates to give you 360 degrees of uninterrupted panoramic views.
Active members of the group will be spoilt for choice. The stunning South West Coast Path is always a must for walkers. Don’t miss the spectacular walk around the Isle of Portland reached by the shingle spar of Chesil Beach. If you like your adrenaline with a dash of salt, diving, snorkelling, deep sea fishing, windsurfing, sailing, kayaking are all available locally. Landlubbers will find tennis, cycling paragliding, hiking and golf nearby.
Should you wish to explore the wider locality you have 95 miles of the Jurassic coastline to discover. Running from Dorset to East Devon, with rocks dating back 185 million years, this is a spectacular coastline with dramatic cliffs, hidden coves and sandy beaches. It is no wonder fossil hunting is so popular. Turn your back on the coast and inland you will find tranquil rolling countryside, attractive market towns, country pubs and ancient archaeology. Come and visit – there is something for everyone!
Average price of £267 per night for 12 guests.
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