Little Westport is a charming 1960s Colt House, in a peaceful setting with a large garden overlooking the Purbeck Hills. A perfect location for a short break to enjoy walking, cycling or exploring the area. Having 4 bedrooms, Little Westport is ideal for a family holiday with numerous nearby attractions and activities for children. All the amenities of the Saxon walled town of Wareham are just a 5 minute walk away and just a short drive to the beautiful sandy beaches of Studland bay.
Tucked away down a private lane, with a large garden, Little Westport really feels far from the madding crowd, yet it’s so close to everything you need. The bungalow is set in a quiet residential area and is not suitable for hen/stag nights, events or partying.
There’s much to see and do in Dorset, with its un-spoilt natural beauty – stunning coastline, rolling hills, forests and golden sandy beaches. The amazing features of the Jurassic coast – Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove and the Fossil Forest are not to be missed. The South West coast path is a walker’s paradise and the area abounds with cycle routes both gentle and challenging. Poole Harbour is superb for sailing and boating. There are numerous nearby places of interest and National Trust treasures like Kingston Lacy, Corfe Castle, Studland Nature Reserve, Brownsea Island, Hardy’s cottage and Clouds Hill. As well as glorious sandy beaches with safe swimming, children can enjoy Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park, Monkey World, Swanage Steam Railway, Dorset Water Park, Poole Pottery, Kimmeridge Jurassic Marine Life Museum, Tower Park, as well as riding stables, children’s farms and much more. With the seaside resorts of Weymouth, Poole, Swanage and Bournemouth easily accessible, the list is endless. The small market town of Wareham is ideally placed to explore all of this.
The Saturday market on the Quay has fresh local produce and there’s a farmer’s market most Thursdays. Wareham boasts its own independent cinema, a museum, art galleries and canoe and kayak hire on the quay. The Purbeck Sports Centre with swimming pool and tennis courts is 5 mins from the bungalow, and there’s a children’s playground just across the road.
Wareham station is in walking distance with trains between London and Weymouth every half hour.
AWAITING GRADING by Visit England
2 Parking spaces
Sorry No Pets
Recommended as …..
- Stunning views of Purbeck Hills
- Open fire with logs
- Large garden
- Washing machine
- Walk to Wareham Quay
- Walk to pub
- Walk to shop
- Within 10 miles to sandy beach
- No smoking
4 bedrooms. The bungalow has two king-sized double bedrooms, and two standard doubles. A large south-facing living room has a dining area and lovely views across the garden to the Purbeck Hills, with french windows to a sunny veranda. Freesat TV, Netflix, catch-up, BT sport, DVD, radio, speakers with computer/phone jack. For cosy evenings there is a wood-burning stove with a plentiful free supply of logs The kitchen has a double electric oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, toaster, and plenty of worktop space. There is a bathroom, separate shower room featuring original retro tiles, and basins in two of the bedrooms. Large garden, furniture and disposable BBQ. Gas Central Heating. Bed linen and towels for all bookings. Wifi.
There is a travel cot, high chair, children’s toys and games, card/board games, buckets and spades, picnic rugs and beach bags, books and DVDs, iron, and hair dryer. Parking space for two cars.
2018 Friday Pricing
Week beginning and price
3 nights from £355 4 nights from £375 (low season)
Available Nov – May Exc school holidays
Last minute Mid and High Season short breaks available please call 01929 481547
£30 booking fee
£100 refundable security fee
The normal changeover for this property is a FRIDAY, though this is flexible out of season and over Christmas.
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