At the rear of the property is a spacious patio and Barbecue Area outside the windows of the sunroom. This patio gets the sun for most of the day from early morning until the evening and is very popular with our guests to relax after a days walking or sightseeing.
This Self Catering Cottage is one of the best for walkers, being close to the Coastal Path, and the many other walks round about, or as a central base for touring Dorset, discovering the beautiful countryside of Dorset with its pretty villages, and the Spectacular Jurassic Coast. All in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
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The front door opens to a light and airy hallway leading to an open plan Dining/sitting room with a modern kitchen in the “L” shape with a full size oven, built in fridge and microwave. The dining/sitting room is equipped with a modern wall mounted glowing fire and a flatscreen TV. The sitting room has folding glass doors leading to a large stone built sunroom with full length windows overlooking the lovely garden area which is mostly paved with mature shrubs and pots of flowers. The Sunroom has under floor heating available in winter. The whole cottage is equipped with electric heaters in every room, there is a utility room with washing machine & freezer.The Bedrooms are both light and airy. Both have two walls with windows in them. The double bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with modern bath with integral shower. The twin bedroom has an adjacent room with a walk-in shower.
Location:This Self Catering Cottage is situated on a picturesque ridge above Corfe Castle and there are some wonderful views.Nearby you can relax on golden sands at Studland Bay, walk along the Dorset Coast Path, explore nature reserves and enjoy shopping and entertainment in Swanage, Poole and Bournemouth.The Purbecks, Gateway to the Jurassic Coast, provide an abundance of activities and attractions all within easy reach. A short walk from the Cottage is the Dorset Coastal Path that meanders from Shell Bay to Lulworth Cove and the famous Durdle Door a dramatic coastline offering an outstanding variety of scenery.Popular local attractions include Corfe Castle one of the most impressive medieval ruins in England and the nature and wildlife reserves of Brownsea Island, Durlston Country Park and Kimmeridge Marine Nature Reserve and birdwatching at Arne Peninsular.You can step back to the age of steam trains on Swanage Railway, experience Monkey World or visit the BovingtonTank Museum, a little further afield is Kingston Lacey and Wimborne Minster.Golf and Watersports are available too as well as Horse Ridingor you can simply relax on any of the nearby beaches.Local Attractions:There are many listed local attractions within easy reach incthe Steam Railway at Swanage, Corfe Castle and village which is possibly one of the best loved villages in England. Monkey World and Arne Nature Reserve of TV Fame.The Golf Clubs at Studland and Wareham are both within easy reach.There is a Riding School at Studland. Studland iself is famous for its 5 miles of unspoilt beaches and dunes. The Studland Ferry takes you across to Sandbanks and to the town of Bournemouth with its Shops and Theatres, if you crave some bright lights after the quiet of the countryside.The ferry trip in itself is something not to be missed for its spectacular scenery.
Situated on the Ridge above Corfe Castle Village in the beautiful Purbeck Hills. Just a short walk to the Scott Arms in Kingston Village with Wonderful views of Corfe Castle.The Stone built Cottage is ideal for 4 people.It has ensuite bedrooms, one is a double with a modern bath and integral shower and the other is a twin room with an adjoining walk-in shower & wc.This Self Catering Cottage is all on the ground floor and is easily accessible on level ground. There is also ample car parking alongside.
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HOW TO FIND USFrom Wareham, take the A351 towards Swanage.As you leave the village of Corfe Castle down a slight hill, turn right on to the B3069—signposted Kingston and Langton Matravers. Watch out for the Scott Arms pub, on the right as you near the top of the steep hill, follow the main road Left at the Pub and after about 1/2 mile there is a large farm building on the Right opposite Kingston Country Courtyard. The entrance to Greystone Court is the next one on the LEFT on the Left hand bend. This is also the entrance to Larkshill Cottage which is on the Right as you enter the gateway. The key will be at the Main House.