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Fleur

  • Charmouth, Dorset
  • Ref: L6039
Quality Rating 77%

Assessor's Comment: A comfortable and well equipped house with a great living space, natural light and lovely views

3 STAR - (65 - 74%)
Good level of quality & comfort.
4 STAR - (75 - 89%)
Excellent standard throughout.
5 STAR - (90 -100%)
Exceptional with a degree of luxury.
 

SILVER AWARD – An accolade at 3 star for those properties achieving consistently high standards throughout but unable to attain 4 stars due to restricted space in one or more areas.

GOLD AWARD – Awarded to properties reflecting a high level of quality within their overall grading, putting them at the higher end of their current grading. These properties reflect a higher level of quality and comfort throughout.

GOLD 5 STAR AWARD – The highest possible accolade, awarded to those properties which provide an exceptional standard throughout with a high degree of luxury.

From £595 to £1740 for 7 nights
Key Features
  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Children Welcome
  • Internet Access
  • Pet Friendly
  • Parking
  • Wood Burner / Open Fire
  • Sea Views
Special Offers
  • Offering a 15% discount off all availability to end of March 2019. Prices shown include discount.
  • Offering 10% discount off all April availability. Prices shown include discount.

A beautiful, detached bungalow with stunning sea and coastal views, quietly situated on a private road in the picturesque Dorset village of Charmouth.

Set in an elevated position the panoramic views extend Eastwards along the World famous Jurassic coastline to Portland and can be enjoyed in modern comfort from the glass fronted, open-plan living space and the large south-facing patio seating area. Accessed directly via French doors this is the perfect place for "alfresco dining", a morning cup of tea or perhaps an evening glass of wine!

A stylish, contemporary interior provides high-quality accommodation for couples or families and the woodburner adds to the all year round appeal. A sloping path and lawn leads up to the property from a parking space for two cars and there is also a garage available for storage. Ideal for walkers, with the Jurassic coastal footpath passing nearby, Charmouth and its famous fossil beach provides a wonderfully traditional seaside retreat.


Please note: a maximum of 1 dog is accepted. This property does not accept short breaks. Due to the steep gradient of the access this property may not be suitable for the elderly or disabled.


ALL ON ONE LEVEL (ground floor - two internal steps)
Open-plan lounge /diner with French doors to a sunny, spacious patio with furniture all with stunning sea and coastal views
Kitchen
Bedroom 1: Kingsize bed with ensuite shower room, w.c & basin
Bedroom 2: Double bed
Bedroom 3: Twin beds
Bathroom: bath with hand-held shower attachment, w.c & basin


OUTSIDE
Large patio seating area with garden furniture, sloping lawn and path down to parking area


GENERAL INFORMATION
Parking
for two cars, steps to a sloping path and lawn then runs up to the bungalow
Utilities included
1st supply of logs (September to April)
Linen and towels included - beds made up
Travel cot (no linen) & highchair supplied


FACILITIES

  • TV/DVD
  • WiFi
  • Electric oven & gas hob
  • Fridge with icebox
  • Washing machine
  • Microwave
  • Gas central heating heating
  • Woodburner
  • Hairdryer

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A beautiful, detached bungalow with stunning sea and coastal views, quietly situated on a private road in the picturesque Dorset village of Charmouth.

Set in an elevated position the panoramic views extend Eastwards along the World famous Jurassic coastline to Portland and can be enjoyed in modern comfort from the glass fronted, open-plan living space and the large south-facing patio seating area. Accessed directly via French doors this is the perfect place for "alfresco dining", a morning cup of tea or perhaps an evening glass of wine!

A stylish, contemporary interior provides high-quality accommodation for couples or families and the woodburner adds to the all year round appeal. A sloping path and lawn leads up to the property from a parking space for two cars and there is also a garage available for storage. Ideal for walkers, with the Jurassic coastal footpath passing nearby, Charmouth and its famous fossil beach provides a wonderfully traditional seaside retreat.


Please note: a maximum of 1 dog is accepted. This property does not accept short breaks. Due to the steep gradient of the access this property may not be suitable for the elderly or disabled.


ALL ON ONE LEVEL (ground floor - two internal steps)
Open-plan lounge /diner with French doors to a sunny, spacious patio with furniture all with stunning sea and coastal views
Kitchen
Bedroom 1: Kingsize bed with ensuite shower room, w.c & basin
Bedroom 2: Double bed
Bedroom 3: Twin beds
Bathroom: bath with hand-held shower attachment, w.c & basin


OUTSIDE
Large patio seating area with garden furniture, sloping lawn and path down to parking area


GENERAL INFORMATION
Parking
for two cars, steps to a sloping path and lawn then runs up to the bungalow
Utilities included
1st supply of logs (September to April)
Linen and towels included - beds made up
Travel cot (no linen) & highchair supplied


FACILITIES

  • TV/DVD
  • WiFi
  • Electric oven & gas hob
  • Fridge with icebox
  • Washing machine
  • Microwave
  • Gas central heating heating
  • Woodburner
  • Hairdryer

About Dorset (Charmouth)

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.

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