Arranged over two floors The Old Post Office is a clever conversion of an original building now presented as a Dorset cottage.
With a feature spiral staircase leading to the bedroom and bathroom on the first floor, the ground floor living area has a spacious open plan feel to it.
The Old Post Office provides parking for two cars and a little outside patio area where you can enjoy al fresco meals at any time of the day.
Located just five minutes' walk to Hope Square, with its numerous restaurants, bistros, pubs and coffee shops The Old Post Office is in the perfect location for a self-catering Dorset holiday.
The beautiful old harbour is just a minute through Hope Square.
A leisurely walk along the harbour and across the bridge will take you to the town centre where you will find all the usual high street shops and in the narrow streets the local quirky shops worth browsing in.
On the edge of town is the aware-winning main beach with its golden sands and shallow waters.
Close to the property you will discover Newtons Cove, a pretty pebble beach area favoured by locals and children alike who love to explore the rock pools when the tide is out and The Nothe Gardens great for a picnic on a sunny day or for enjoying a costal walk with amazing views over to Portland.
A comfortable and cosy property, perfect for two, and located where you can easily walk to all the local attractions makes The Old Post Office the perfect holiday property in which to enjoy a well-earned holiday.
One bedroom: 1 x king-size with bunk beds. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
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!
Note: Not suitable for children under 5 years because of the spiral staircase. Happy with non-crawling babies but no cot is provided.
Note: Property has a spiral staircase.