This comfortable semi-detached family home is on the edge of the countryside, yet only three miles from Weymouth with its sandy beaches and historic quay. A 20 minute walk takes you to the Fleet lagoon, a fabulous rich wildlife reserve, where you can join the Jurassic Coast path.
The sitting/dining-room is spacious and the well-equipped kitchen has everything you need to create a real feast – although two pubs are within very easy walking distance.
Upstairs there is a king-size bed in the master bedroom and a twin room that overlooks the garden. The west-facing garden (steep steps please supervise children at all times) is a very peaceful place to relax and plan your day’s adventures, or simply listen to the birdsong.
This is a fantastic base for exploring all that this part of Dorset has to offer; children will love the sandy beaches at Weymouth, an array of new buckets and spades on offer and a traditional Punch and Judy Show throughout the summer months.
Brewers Quay is the home of a converted Victorian Brewery near the Old Harbour in Weymouth; the area has some interesting shops, cafes and bistros.
Walkers and wildlife enthusiasts, bring your boots, there are miles of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast path to explore; geographical landmarks such as Chesil Beach, Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove.
Further west the picturesque village of Abbotsbury, with its unique swannery and sub-tropical gardens, will make a day to remember. The coast road between Chickerell and Bridport offers magnificent views in both directions; the Isle of Portland and Chesil beach to the east and Golden Cap to the west.
Take a break along the route at the Hive beach cafe, a fabulous seafood cafe right on the beach at Burton Bradstock.
A little further down the coast you will come to West Bay, the filming scene for Broadchurch, a seaside village with a new quirky Customs House area; vintage, retro, curiosities and lots of places to eat!
Sitting/Dining-room with TV, DVD player, CD player and wood-burner effect gas stove
Kitchen with gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Step to Utility/Garden-room with washing machine and tumble-drier
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Take care: mind your head when going down the stairs and on the steps in the garden.
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot, high chair and 2 stair-gates
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking space on road
- No smoking
- Pub 400 yds
- Garden furniture
- Full gas-fired CH
Looking from the top of the garden behind the house, down to the patio and garden-room. Please take care on the steps.
The open plan sitting/dining-room is a lovely sociable space with dual-aspect windows.
The well-equipped kitchen leads out to the garden-room.
The light and airy front porch, an ideal place to read.
The patio is very sheltered and has views to the top of the back garden. Please supervise children on the steps.
There is plenty of room at the dining-room table for all the family to dine or play one of the games provided at September Cottage.
September Cottage is semi-detached in a quiet road; steps lead up from parking directly outside.
There is a wood-burner effect gas fire to cosy up to on a chilly night.
The spectacular coastline with Chesil Beach and the Isle of Portland in the distance. Take a drive along the Jurassic Coast road from Weymouth to Bridport for truly spectacular views in both direction
The garden-room provides a really useful extra area with washing machine and tumble-dryer.
The gently sloping garden catches the sun all day.
The master bedroom has a 5' bed, fitted wardrobes give a spacious feel, the window looks out to the front of the cottage.
The twin room looks out over the back garden.
The bathroom is light and bright with a fitted shower over the bath.
Mind your head as you descend the stairs if you are lucky enough to be tall.
The pretty seating-area at the top of the south-west facing garden with a large bench seat.
Chesil beach, an iconic landmark, starts at Portland and extends for 18 miles along the Jurassic Coast. The Fleet Lagoon is a unique habitat for wildlife.
Weymouth's safe and sandy beach, with the harbour in the foreground.
In the summer a traditional Punch and Judy show performs twice a day, which is still able to delight children.
The Turks Head is a five minute stroll from September Cottage.
Traditional beach huts at Greenhill in Weymouth
Brewers Quay has been redeveloped over the years and has some quirky shops, bistros and pubs.
The Jurassic Coast forms part of Weymouth bay.
Easily viewable from the road.