Mermond Flat, is perfectly situated on a pleasant high street leading directly to Swanage Sea Front where you can stroll through the appealing seaside shops to the sea front, which homes a selection of cafes and restaurants.
This newly decorated, well-appointed first floor flat provides an excellent base for couples or a family with young children as there is a sofa bed in the lounge.
Step into the first floor property and find a useful area for buckets and spades, coats and all outdoor gear.
Then upstairs, you will be greeted by the open-plan lounge dining area with seating in the ornate large bay window overlooking the high street which leads directly to the sea front.
The comfortable lounge includes a sofa bed which can accommodate children.
It has a compact, kitchen fitted with everything needed to provide an enjoyable holiday experience.
There is a spacious bedroom with king-size double bed and room for a travel cot.
Lastly the bathroom finishes this apartment nicely, with a modern touch.
The flat is in the perfect place for those looking to relax in a sheltered bay with it's Blue-Flag beach and great views over the sea to the Isle of Wight, or those wishing to explore the pretty Victorian coastal resort with all its attractions, including a trip on a boat or the steam train both just a short walk away.
The rugged Jurassic coastline is a walker’s paradise with Old Harry Rocks standing tall between the tranquil bays of the seaside town of Swanage and the long sandy beaches of Studland and the renowned Poole harbour just a short ferry trip away.
These English gems are surrounded by some of the county’s most breathtaking, diverse countryside.
This flat offers flexible accommodation for both a traditional family summer holiday and modern retreat for a couple exploring Dorset.
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.