You will be completely spoilt for choice in this stunning part of Dorset – along the Jurassic Coast and within very easy reach are Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door with their famous cliff arches, Swanage and Studland with miles of family-friendly sandy beaches.
2 Penny's Cottages is an attractive semi-detached family house, a real home-from-home, built to match the traditional stone cottages in this historic village, which boasts a dramatic ruined National Trust castle. Immaculately presented throughout, with two double bedrooms and another with the option of three single beds, this accommodation is very flexible for six guests. There is a small enclosed rear garden, ideal for young children, and the village centre is a five minute walk away.
This welcoming and well-equipped cottage is a perfect base for a very happy holiday. Children (and grown ups!) will love the little steam railway that passes through the village – where you will find a good range of interesting independent shops for your holiday treats and some great places to eat.
You can take a ferry from Studland across to Sandbanks and Poole Harbour, which has an exciting range of watersports, and the ancient walled Saxon town of Wareham, are also nearby.
Sitting-room with Smart TV, DVD player, CD player and wood-burner
Kitchen/Dining-room with electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble-drier and dishwasher
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with double bed (4'6")
Bedroom 3 with three single beds (2'6" recommended for children only), TV and DVD player
Bathroom with bath, shower attachment, WC and wash-basin
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 300 yds
- Patio furniture
- Full gas-fired CH
2 Penny's Cottages is a beautiful double-fronted stone cottage built in a traditional style.
The sitting-room has a wood-burner and French doors to the enclosed rear garden.
To the rear of the cottage, the enclosed garden and private parking; it is easier to reverse through the gates, as the turning circle is quite tight.
The well-equipped kitchen has all that you need to produce holiday treats for all the family.
Another view of the master bedroom, with the door to the en suite on the right.
The en suite for the master bedroom with double shower cubicle.
The double bedroom (Bedroom 2) is very pretty and looks out to the front of the cottage.
The third bedroom has three single beds (2'6") and the children will love it.
The kitchen/dining-room is a very sociable space.
The master bedroom (Bedroom 1) is exceptionally spacious. Dual-aspect windows allow the light to flood in.
A seaside theme gives the family bathroom a holiday feel.
2 Penny's Cottages is in a quiet, no through road, and just a five minute walk from the village centre.
French doors lead from the kitchen/dining-room to the enclosed rear garden.
This dramatic view of Corfe Castle is a two minute walk from the cottage.
Another view of the third bedroom.
Two comfy sofas and fireside chairs in the sitting-room make it the perfect place to relax after a day of adventure.
The build quality of this cottage is of a very high standard.
An open garden at the front and enclosed garden at the rear of this pretty cottage.
Two sets of French doors lead out onto the patio and enclosed garden. This is the entrance to the garden, it is easier to reverse in through the gates as it is a little tight.
The Sandbanks ferry which travels across the mouth of Poole harbour, connecting Poole with the Isle of Purbeck.
A tranquil evening view across Poole harbour to Brownsea Island. You can take ferry rides around the harbour and visit the island which is owned by the National Trust.
The view from Studland's sandy beach with Old Harry Rocks in the distance, the very beginning of the Jurassic Coast.
Enjoy delicious produce from the kitchen garden at the Pig on the Beach at Studland, be sure to book in advance.
The Etches Collection is a magnificent display of fossils collected from the nearby coast at Kimmeridge over a period of 35 years.
Clavell tower at Kimmeridge, you are guaranteed to see lots of fossils on the beach if the tide is out.
Looking east along the Jurassic Coast.
Iconic Durdle Door, well worth the steep walk.
The beautiful natural harbour at Lulworth Cove is well worth a visit.
Nearby, the Saxon walled town of Wareham is a great place to visit, you can hire a kayak for a river view of this charming market town.
Bovington Tank Museum is home to a unique collection of over 300 vehicles, regarded as the best in the world and includes the world's first ever tank.
Nearby Monkey World, is a 65-acre ape and monkey sanctuary and rescue centre.
Weymouth bay has safe bathing and sandy beaches, a Punch and Judy show visits in the summer months.
Further afield, Lyme Regis is a must for fossil enthusiasts.