Located in a tranquil position on the edge of Portland Harbour at Ferrybridge, the southerly tip of Weymouth, is where you will find Home Waters, a lovely three bedroomed house.
Providing an excellent base for your family holiday, Home Waters is located near to Smallmouth Bay with its small sandy beach.
The comfortable and cosy sitting room is the ideal place to enjoy playing games with each other on the Playstation or watching a movie, alternatively enjoy the fresh air relaxing outside in the patio area.
The famous Portland Bill lighthouse is a short drive or bus ride away, enjoy lunch at The Lobster Pot while enjoying the views.
With its abundance of wildlife, cliff top walks and the spectacular Chesil beach to explore for lost treasures Portland offers a rugged charm all of its own.
A leisurely 30 minutes' walk away along the 'Rodwell Trail', an old converted railway line will lead you to Weymouth town centre with its numerous shops, restaurants, attractions and the main award winning beach with its golden sands and shallow waters.
If you prefer it is about an eight minutes' drive/bus journey away.
A short coastal stroll will take you to hidden away Sandsfoot beach and castle ruins which is an ideal alternative to the more commercialised town centre beach.
The surrounding waters, which welcome the very best of the world's waters sports enthusiasts were where the sailing Olympic events were held in 2012.
With the benefit of parking and a landscaped patio garden in the perfect coastal location Home Waters makes for a comfortable family holiday home.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x twin, 1 single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Cloakroom with basin and WC on ground floor. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room.
About the location
Wyke Regis is village on the south western side of Weymouth that sits on the northern edges of Portland harbour and reaches as far as the back of Chesil beach and The Fleet. 2 miles from the centre of Weymouth. There are local shops, cafés and restaurants including The famous Crab House café, with it’s own Oyster beds on the doorstep. The National Sailing school, an Olympic legacy, offers a wide variety of water sports and is just 2 miles away on the edge of Portland harbour. The Fleet lagoon that runs between Wyke Regis and Chesil beach is an important area for wildlife and there are many species of birds to be seen in the area. Chesil beach is also a renown spot for fishing. The Fleet is probably most famous for being the testing ground for Barnes Wallis’s bouncing bomb, immortalised in the film the Dam Busters. Wyke Regis is the perfect location from which to explore many of Dorset’s most iconic locations on the Jurassic coast.
Note: Parking accessed through arch, 2.3m high x 6m wide. Parking space 2.5m x 5.5m
Note: Guests are required to bring their own cot linen