Subtly hidden away close to the locally well know beauty spot in Weymouth called Bincleaves this detached character property is situated.
A sociable kitchen opens onto a bright dining area / conservatory with an attractive roof terrace.
The property benefits from a downstairs bedroom and shower room, so may be ideal for guests who are less able.
A walk across Bincleaves Green along the cliff tops to the Nothe Gardens, then around to the harbour makes for an unforgettable experience.
The first floor balcony of the lodge have views that span across from Weymouth Bay and over Weymouth itself where you can see the famous 'White Horse' and 'Hardy's Monument' in the far distance.
The main sandy beach in Weymouth town centre is within a short walking distance, however the less well known but in some ways more attractive beach at Sandsfoot, with its Robinson Crusoe appeal is perhaps the nearest one being roughly an eight minutes' walk away.
A short cut through down the footpath directly opposite the property brings you to within a two-minute walk of Hope Square.
Here you can enjoy a variety of restaurants, tea rooms and pubs.
Heading through the square you will reach the pretty Old Harbour.
A very well presented lodge that offers you a peaceful stay, but within easy distance of all the fun that Weymouth has to offer.
Three bedrooms: 1 x twin (can be made as a super king-size) on ground floor. 1 x king-size with en-suite shower, basin and WC. 1 x twin on first floor. Shower room with basin and WC on ground floor. Kitchen with conservatory/dining area. Utility room. Sitting room.
About the location
Dorchester 7 miles; Bridport 17 miles.
The popular resort of Weymouth makes an outstanding year-round holiday destination, with a wide variety of attractions on offer, appealing to all tastes and ages. The glorious golden sandy beaches have excellent facilities for all kinds of watersports, whilst from the picturesque, bustling harbour you can take regular fishing trips. A short drive takes you to Portland Harbour, and the rugged “Isle” of Portland, linked to Weymouth by the dramatic Chesil Beach. Visit Dorchester, Thomas Hardy’s “Casterbridge”, only 7 miles away, or take a journey along the scenic coastal road and call in at Abbotsbury Swannery and Subtropical Gardens. Alternatively, just head down to West Bay - the views of the stunning Dorset Heritage Coastline are not to be missed!