The Old Manor House is a 16th Century Grade II Listed family house set back from the road, with a fabulous garden behind the house.
The sitting-room has this magnificent fireplace and wood-burner.
The kitchen has everything that you need for a family holiday or special occasion, with a range cooker and two dishwashers, so that no-one has to wash up.
The master bedroom, bedroom 1, has this fabulous 6ft bed; all of the rooms are spacious and elegant with beautiful windows.
How about a holiday pool challenge?
Even the walled garden has great character and is beautifully stocked and maintained.
The church is opposite The Old Manor House, which give you some idea of the size of the garden.
A 10 minute walk will take you to Charmouth Beach, where you may well find a fossil or two, on this part of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast.
The craft and visitor centre at Charmouth beach.
The River Char, reaches the Jurassic Coast.
Nearby Seatown is dominated by Golden Cap, the  highest point on the south coast.
The elegant sitting-room has a cosy wood-burner for chilly evenings.
The beautiful gardens stretch way back behind the house.
The snug with original stone flooring and French doors onto the patio area.
The snug leads from the dining-area into the sitting-room and the hallway.
Perfect for family gatherings and celebrations, the large oak table seats 10.
Almost every kitchen utensil you can imagine is in this very well-equipped kitchen.
The kitchen looks out onto the patio-area, the  utility-room is to the left and the back door to the garden.
The patio is a sun-trap, perfect for a late lazy breakfast or barbecue.
This grassy area at the top of the garden has enough space for football or cricket!
The view from the raised patio at the end of the garden.
Right at the bottom of the garden is a sun terrace, with lovely views. The building behind is for storage only.
This elegant house is set back from the main street that runs through the village of Charmouth.
The ground floor wet-room has this great space for showering sandy children and adults after a day on the beach.
Another view of the ground floor wet-room, with plenty of space.
The master bedroom looks out over the church opposite. It has a super-king size bed and sea glimpses.
Another view of bedroom 1, plenty of space for a quiet read.
A sea glimpse from bedroom 1.
Everything is the gorgeous house is elegant, this beautiful window seat on the landing looks out over the rear garden.
Bedroom 2 with has a king-size 5' bed and views over the little patio area at the back of the house.
Bedroom 2 is at the back of the house, it has a super comfy five-foot bed and en suite shower-room.
The en suite shower-room for bedroom 2.
Bedroom 3, the triple single room is great for sharing holiday stories after the lights are out.
Another view of bedroom 3, with such great bedsteads.
The first floor family bathroom has both a bath and shower cubicle. The wet-room with double shower is on the ground floor.
The family bathroom, the wet-room with double shower is on the ground floor.
The first floor WC has to be one of the cutest.
Bedroom 4 has twin beds and can form a family suite along with bedroom 2.
Bedroom 4, this door through to the landing can be locked to create a family suite with bedroom 2, then accessed via the spiral stairs.
Bedroom 5, the little single room looks out over the church and has sea glimpses.
This house is just gorgeous.
The view from the patio-area at the top of the garden.
Such a playful garden, perfect for hide and seek.
This house is so spacious and still has some of the original stone flooring.
The spiral stairs that lead to bedrooms 2 and 4, which can be used as a suite. Both rooms can also be accessed via the main staircase.
A five minute walk from the house and you will find this little bakery, with delicious home-made bread and cakes...well you are on holiday after all.
This play park is a five minute walk from your holiday home, with great views of the surrounding countryside.
A five minute stroll takes you to The Royal Oak in the village, a good traditional pub.
A good traditional pub, just a few minutes walk from The Old Manor House.
Burton Bradstock has The Hive beach cafe, which serves great locally-caught seafood and dleicous cakes, all with fabulous sea views.
Drive the Jurassic Coast road betwen Weymouth and Bridport, stunning views in both directions.
Lyme Regis with its iconic Cobb is still a working fishing port and so much more.
The iconic Cobb at Lyme Regis.
Nearby West Bay has these amazing cliffs, a featured location in the filming of the TV series of Broadchurch.
The award-winning Felicity's farm shop has delicious local produce and holdiay treats.
Mapperton House and gardens is not far from The Old Manor House.
When you see Colmer's Hill, you are not far from your holiday destination.

The Old Manor House

4124

1.5 miles NE of Lyme Regis / Sleeps 10 + 2 cots

20% off for parties of 6 + 2 cots or less at certain times of the year, view offer...

7 Nights from £1278 - £3196

October 2018

My 4 friends were looking for a special property in which to spend our annual girls away weekend and The Old Manor House more than met our expectations. We all slept well in the lovely comfy beds and loved the kitchen, so well equipped. In 11 years of our October weekends , The Old Manor House is one of the best properties we have stayed on and we are all very, very fussy!


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