Isle of Purbeck
Internet Connection (Wireless)
Free Wifi, Double Bed x1, Single Bed x1, Twin (single beds), Super King-Size x1, Fold Out Bed, Bathtub / Shower Combination, Shower, En Suite, Shared Bathroom, Jacuzzi, Private Bathroom, Private Toilet, Shared Toilet, Ironing Facilities, Lounge
BBQ / Picnic Area, On-site Parking, Free Parking
*Large private garden with veranda, al fresco dining furniture, BBQ & hot tub
*Four good sized bedrooms
*First floor master superking bedroom or twin bedroom with en-suite shower and balcony. Twin bedroom. Single bedroom. Bathroom.
*Ground floor double bedroom with en-suite shower.
*Optional z-beds. 1 in master and 1 in double bedroom.
*Free WIFI, Free View, and Cable TV
*Optional travel cot, high chair, fire guard & stair gates
*Parking for 4 number of cars
*Early check-in available on request (Reception open 24 hours)
*Late check-out available
The Isle of Purbecks is a stunning place to visit.
Why not take a step back in time?
Just jump on at Harmans Cross station and let the steam train whistle you away.
The famous Swanage Steam Railway line runs through Harmans Cross connecting the beautiful seaside town of Swanage and the historical village of Corfe Castle.
Swanage is perfect for a beach stroll, fish & chips, and some famous Purbeck Ice cream to finish.
Swanage holds the South’s Biggest Carnival and different famous festivals to suit all tastes throughout the year. Also full of pubs, bars, restaurants and a theatre Swanage is sure to keep you entertained.
You will see the unmissable ruins of Corfe Castle on your journey to your holiday home, do go back and visit the friendly village and walk around the grounds of the castle.
You won’t be disappointed.
Follow the road that wraps around the back of the castle.
Hidden and a secret to many, is some must see places to visit.
You will pass through a village called Church Knowle.
The old converted farm house pub called The New Inn is worth a visit! its food is highly recommended and the place is bursting with history.
You will see signs to Kimmeridge Bay, Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door, these are all worth visiting, offering great picturesque walks and sights.
The abandoned village of Tyneham is discreetly tucked away, but please do visit. Tyneham Village was evacuated in 1943 during WWII and has been deserted ever since.
We have an ensuit ground floor double room available for guests who find stairs difficult.
On-site parking, Free parking.
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