- Bedrooms: 1
- Sleeps: 2
- Pets: No
- Changeover day: Friday
- Short breaks: No
- Sea Views: No
- Outside Area: Yes
- WiFi: No
- Parking: Yes
Description and Location
This delightful coach house is located in a quiet, elevated position on the western edge of the village of Charmouth, lying within comfortable walking distance of the beach and all village amenities. Situated in the grounds of the owners main house the property is traditionally furnished, well equipped and is perfect for couples or two single people wanting a base from which to explore West Dorset and East Devon's stunning Jurassic Coast. Further benefits include off road parking for one car and use of the garden belonging to the main house. Charmouth is located approximately 3 miles from the coastal resort of Lyme Regis and 8 miles from the historic market town of Bridport.
Please note: this property is not suitable for children and does not offer short breaks.
ALL ON ONE LEVEL (seven external steps)
Open plan living room comprising lounge area with Juliet Balcony and fitted kitchen area with breakfast bar
Bed 1: Twin beds
Shower room: Shower cubicle, w.c.
Shared use of the owners beautiful main gardens
Off road parking for one car (covered)
Linen included - beds made up
Towels not supplied - bring or hire
TV - TWO RING ELECTRIC HOB - FRIDGE/FREEZER - MICROWAVE/COMBINATION OVEN - CONVECTOR HEATING
Considered a gateway to the World Heritage Site, Charmouth has one of the finest fossil beaches in Europe. The Heritage Coast Centre on the seafront is the best place to discover more about the area's dramatic geology, pick up fossil-hunting tips or get involved in the many natural history activities that run year-round, from fossil-finding weekends to rock-pool rambles. You could even visit the towering Black Ven cliff, between Charmouth and Lyme Regis, where Mary Anning famously discovered the first ichthyosaur skeleton when she was just 12 years of age. Follow in Mary's footsteps and keep your eyes open for Ammonites, Belemnites, ichthyosaur bones and the interestingly named Devil's Toenails!
Not interested in fossil-hunting? Then why not try a spot of sea-fishing (the area is rich in bass) or some walking (perhaps through the stunning, unspoiled National Trust estate of Golden Cap, the highest point on the south coast)? And if all you want to do is kick back in the sun, then head for East Beach, with its golden, pebbly sand and river lagoon.
The village itself is relaxed and picturesque, and there are several good pubs, cafes and restaurants which cater to all tastes. So whether you fancy some fresh, sustainable seafood or a traditional English breakfast, there'll be something to satisfy just a short stroll away.
Prices and Availability
Shortbreaks are available outside of the main summer and all school holiday weeks. Shortbreaks will become available 2 weeks prior to these dates and will display automatically. If you can't find your ideal holiday please contact our sales team on 01297 443363 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss availability for your required dates. Flexibility is offered where possible.
3 night weekend break: Friday to Monday or Saturday to Tuesday
4 night midweek break: Monday to Friday or Tuesday to Saturday
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