Resting on the eastern end of Dorset’s wonderful Jurassic Coast, is this stone-built apartment property, 7 Richmond Lodge.
This ground-floor accommodation offers a splendid retreat for a romantic getaway, or a traditional family seaside break.
After kicking off your sandy shoes, be welcomed into brightly decorated property, boasting a welcoming charm.
Look forward to sinking into the sofas of an evening, where you and your loved ones can catch up on your favourite TV shows or get lost within a book.
Moving through the property, you will find an amply equipped kitchen, where the designated chef will be delighted to rustle up a meal before joining the rest of the group within the charming dining area.
After an action packed day, you will be delighted with the warming bath that awaits you within the family bathroom before retiring to one of the double bedrooms, offering a bright and airy interior design to wake up to.
If you fancy a special treat one evening, venture to the centre of Swanage, where you will be spoilt for choice by the selection of pubs and restaurants that you will find.
If you are visiting with a keen golfer, you can spend a summer’s afternoon at the local golf course before catching the last glimpse of sun, down at the golden beach.
Alternatively, you and your loved ones could venture out to Durlston Country Park and National Nature Reserve, where you can enjoy a leisurely stroll with a wonderful landscape to enjoy.
7 Richmond Lodge promises a splendid treat for a family escape to the 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.