Sunnyholme is in a great location, with views from the terrace across the valley and Studland Bay.
The fabulous terrace has far reaching views of the countryside, with the sea in the distance, on a clear day the Isle of Wight is visible.
The dining-room has French windows out onto the balcony and magnificent views beyond.
Almost everyone can have their own chair or sofa.
Beneath Sunnyholme you will find this hidden gem, the games room with table tennis.
The snug has comfy furnishings TV, video player, videos and lots of games to choose from.
The spacious kitchen has all the equipment you could need; the utility-area is behind, with the back door in between.
The master bedroom has wonderful far reaching views. (Bedroom 1)
The twin room has views across the countryside. (Bedroom 2)
Sunnyholme and the view that greets you, a lovely family home.
There is a wonderful stretch of sandy beach at Studland, with car parking, water sports and a National Trust cafe and shop.
Great for a little holiday competition, tucked away beneath the house, access is from the garden.
The ground floor bathroom has a shower cubicle.
Relax with a glass of wine on the terrace and enjoy the wonderful views over the garden and countryside beyond.
The kitchen has top quality appliances including an induction hob.
The sitting-room shares the panoramic view of the countryside with the sea beyond and the Isle of Wight on a clear day.
Bedroom 3  is a cosy single room.
This single room looks out towards the village in one direction and the coast from the other window. (Bedroom 4)
The first floor family bathroom has a shower cubicle.
There are plenty of comfortable sofas for relaxed evenings in.
There is a little gate to the footpath that leads to the lane to the beach...and the pub!
View from the master bedroom, with the Isle of Wight in the distance.
You can see the Isle of Wight on a clear day, this is the view from bedroom 4.
The fantastic National Trust Corfe Castle is very nearby.
This is the very popular Bankes Arms - an easy walk from Sunnyholme.
The view from the beer garden at The Bankes Arms.
The coastline here is stunning.
This is the natural harbour at Lulworth Cove - a great day out.
Enjoy delicious produce from the kitchen garden, at 'The Pig - on the beach' at Studland, make sure to book in advance.
For the fit - the stretch of coastal path that leads up to the spectacular Durdle Door.
The peaceful back garden, with space for three cars.

Sunnyholme

1460

Studland / Sleeps 6 + 2 cots*

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7 Nights from £686

The Isle of Purbeck is a stunning Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between Poole and Swanage boasting one of the most spectacular coastlines in Dorset.

Sunnyholme is an extremely spacious detached 1930s house in the middle of this pretty village of Studland, it is the perfect base for families to relax and enjoy the area. Studland is famous for its unspoilt golden beaches and nature reserves - lucky then that a gorgeous sandy beach is only a half-mile walk away and certainly worth the stroll.

This sun-filled house has a large, enclosed garden and a kitchen/dining-room equipped with everything you could possibly need to cook up a feast for the family after a long day. This room even has French windows opening onto a fabulous terrace, complete with a table, chairs and sun loungers - here you are able watch the sun set and unwind while overlooking the valley and with a glimpse of the sea too. The comfortable sitting-room has the same far-reaching views with the added bonus of Sky TV and BT Sport. After a long day exploring what Studland has to offer, the four bedrooms upstairs offer the perfect retreat to rest your head. Two looking out across the garden and onto the surrounding countryside, is there anything better than to wake up to a spectacular view?

For a bit of family competition enjoy a friendly game or two of table-tennis in the games-room.

Sunnyholme is perfectly positioned to explore this exceptional area of Dorset where miles of unspoilt golden sands are cared for by the National Trust, ensuring that walkers, birdwatchers and sunbathers alike can enjoy the clear sands, blue seas, wildlife and coastal walks to the full. For the sporty amongst you, head to the nearby Isle of Purbeck Golf Course, less than two miles away, that has fabulous views. For those looking for something a bit more culture filled, take a drive to Poole Museum and walk amongst the history of the ancient port town.


Ground Floor

Entrance hall

Sitting-room with TV and DVD player

Playroom with TV, video and CD player

Games-room with table-tennis

Kitchen/Dining-room with electric cooker, induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher

Utility-area with washing machine/drier

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin


First Floor

Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6")

Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')

Bedroom 3 with single bed (3')

Bedroom 4 with single bed (3')

Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin


*Cots are not provided, bring your own travel cots.


Features

  • Regret no pets
  • High chair
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Private parking for 3 cars
  • WiFi
  • Telephone (incoming only)
  • No smoking
  • Pub .5 miles
  • Patio furniture
  • Full oil-fired CH