A traditional village cottage dating from the 16th century, full of charm and character, that makes the perfect home for a Dorset holiday.
With Portland stone walls typical to the region, stained glass windows and beautiful exposed beams it really is a cosy gem.
Myrtle Cottage has it’s own off road parking, sunny secluded garden and offers enough space for a large family to enjoy a Dorset holiday.
The cottage kitchen has a lovely cool walk in pantry as well as opening out onto a large family room with TV, wood burner and dining area.
There is a lovely separate dining room perfect for those cosy dinner nights and a comfortable sitting room with space to relax together.
On the first floor you will find a large Double bedroom, a cosy double bedroom and a spacious single, all benefiting from use of the shower room with basin and WC.
Downstairs there is an additional bathroom with Bath, basin and WC.
Set in the heart of Wyke Regis village, this cottage offers the perfect base from which to explore the Dorset Coast, with Portland and the National Sailing academy just a short 10-minute drive away, Weymouth and its famous golden sand beach and shallow waters is just a 10-minute drive to the east.
First Floor: 2 x Double Bedroom, 1 x Single, bathroom with shower, basin and WC. Ground Floor, Dining room, Bathroom with bath, basin and WC, Sitting room, kitchen with living dining room with double doors to car port and garden.
About the location
Weymouth 2 miles; Dorchester 9 miles.
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 renowned 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.