This stylish one-bedroom flat is perfectly placed in the heart of bustling Swanage, with access to shops cafes and restaurants, straight from the doorstep.
Set within a pleasant courtyard, offering a private parking space and a designated outdoor dining area for you to enjoy breakfast in the sun, this cosy apartment is ideal for two.
Step through the communal entrance and head up a flight of stairs to your own private interior, wonderfully appointed with a fully fitted kitchen, breakfast area and sitting area.
Relax on the sofa and enjoy a spot of relaxation accompanied by a film or sports game on TV.
Take a refreshing shower each morning or evening and rejuvenate within a modern, tiled surround complete with contemporary colour schemes and considered lighting.
Next to the bathroom is the bedroom, which offers a light and airy feel with ample storage to keep all your holiday essentials.
There is even a pull-out bed for those travelling with a child.
It only takes a few minutes to walk to the seafront, which boasts lovely, golden sands set in a sheltered bay perfect for taking a dip in the waters of this Blue Flag Beach.
The stunning coastline has many attractions; Corfe Castle is only a short drive away or perhaps you might like to experience a train ride on the local Vintage Steam Railway.
Walk the long sandy beaches of Studland Bay and perhaps take the chain ferry over to Poole and Sandbanks.
The local countryside is a walkers' paradise perfect for nature lovers and dotted with pretty villages to discover.
This well-appointed flat provides the ideal base for couples and families to relax, explore and enjoy the beautiful Jurassic coast.
About the location
Wareham 9.7 miles; Poole 20 miles.
The small, family-friendly seaside resort of Swanage is situated at the eastern end of Dorset’s famous Jurassic Coast, on the celebrated Isle of Purbeck and is probably best known for its wonderful, gently shelving golden sands. The little town offers visitors plenty of shops, good pubs and restaurants, some of which specialise in locally caught seafood, and is also well known for its annual jazz festival, which takes place each July. The attractive, Victorian wooden pier offers a great place for a stroll or try fishing, and often used a departure point for divers, it’s a wonderful place to watch the world pass by. The historic Swanage Railway has its terminus in the town and regular nostalgic steam engine trips take tourists for a picturesque 6-mile journey, chugging through lovely countryside to stop just beyond the romantic ruin of Corfe Castle. Nearby Durlston Country Park offers a lovely day out with spectacular coastal walks, dolphin spotting and wildlife watching, together with comfortable viewing points and a well-stocked cafe for a treat after all the fresh air. 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. This truly is a delightful holiday destination at any time of the year.