A restored traditional fisherman's cottage situated on the Isle of Portland.
Upon entering the porch, leads you to the large sitting room, where you can put your feet up and feel at home after a day of sightseeing.
The well-equipped spacious kitchen, where you can rustle up a tasty filling meal to be enjoyed at the dining room table where you can all discuss the adventures of the day.
Heading up to the first floor there is the spacious bathroom.
Master Bedroom offering a king-size double bed, bedroom two twin singles ideal for siblings and then onto bedroom 3 a cosy single room.
The property is large and spacious perfect for families or a group of friends for a break away.
Easton Square is only a short walk away with convenience shops and pubs.
Close by Church Ope Cove is an ideal place for children, there are plenty of rock pools where little sea creatures hide away!
History states this little cove was once used as base for pirates smuggling!
The 'Bill' at the tip of the Island is a favourite local beauty spot, where a visit to The Lighthouse Visitors Centre is worth taking.
Choice of dinner at The Lobster Pot for a tasty portion of Fish and Chips or for a more pub food spot is The Pulpit Inn.
The gateway to the Jurassic Coast is only a five-minute drive away.
Weymouth's golden sands lie approximately seven miles from Alpen Rose and a regular bus service offers an alternative to the car if desired.
Ground floor: Separate porch for boots, fishing rods and coats. Large sitting room. Dining room. Kitchen, door to large walled patio area with rear gate to car park. First floor: Bathroom with bath, separate shower, hand basin and WC. 1x king-size double. 1x twin single beds. 1x one single bed.
About the location
Situated on Dorset's spectacular Jurassic Coast, now a World Heritage Site, the bustling village of Easton can be found at the top of the rugged Isle of Portland Peninsula, joined to the mainland by Chesil Beach, a pebbled shoreline, which stretches 18 miles towards West Bay. Easton, the second largest village on Portland, boasts a good variety of shops, pubs and restaurants. Portland’s vivid coastline boasts numerous scenic walking opportunities and is also well known as a birdwatcher’s paradise, plus with chance to try climbing, along with the array of watersport activities available, this super holiday destination is one not to be missed!
Note: Welcomes 2 small pets.
Note: guests need to bring their own cot linen.