Contemporary detached house located in the Isle of Portland, part of Jurassic coast, is an unusual two storey house with two bedrooms on the lower ground floor, perfect for families or couples.
There is an en-suite master bedroom with double bedroom and a separate bedroom.
You may wish to spend the day in the garden as it’s a big area where you can play and relax in the sun with stunning views.
Socialise in the sitting room by the fire or read a book.
The pebbly beach is only a short walk away from the property with stunning views of West cliffs of the island on the left and stretching pebble beach towards Lyme Regis to the right.
The sunsets are mesmerising in this area.
Explore the Isle of Portland by taking the South West Coast path circling the whole island.
You will visit the beautiful Church Ope Cove with Rufus castle and XIII century church ruins, three lighthouses with the popular Portland Bill.
The island is a heaven for birdwatcher and wildlife lovers.
Visit Quiddles café at the end of the promenade on the Chesil beach for a crab sandwich or fresh fish dish.
The nearby Cove House Inn is famous for traditional pub food and ales.
St John’s View will suit those who enjoy water sports with National Sailing Academy being close-by.
The seaside town of Weymouth is only a few minutes’ drive from the property too with long sandy beach and various beach attractions for children and adults alike.
You can take a walk to Weymouth and take a bus ride home.
The property’s location with beautiful views and modern accommodation will give you a seaside holiday to remember.
All two floors - ground floor and lower ground floor. Two bedrooms lower ground floor: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double. Lower ground floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with wood burning stove.
About the location
Weymouth 5 miles.
Situated on Dorset's spectacular Jurassic Coast, now a World Heritage Site, the village of Fortuneswell can be found on the rugged Isle of Portland peninsula, joined to the mainland via Chesil Beach, a pebble spit, which stretches 18 miles towards West Bay. Formerly a quarrying area, Fortuneswell boasts a good variety of shops, pubs and restaurants, along with an intriguing maze of streets that wind their way up a steep hill to offer stunning views of the Jurassic Coast and the rolling hills of Dorset beyond. The surrounding countryside is well known as a birdwatcher’s paradise, plus with great walking and climbing opportunities, an array of watersport activities, wonderful sandy beaches, and Weymouth just 5 miles away, this super holiday destination is not to be missed!
Note: max 4 people.
Note: guests need to bring their own cot linen.
Note: the adjacent church has a striking clock in the tower.