Sandy Days is all on one level in a quiet location, just a ten minute walk from Avon beach.
The modern kitchen has a gas hob and double electric oven, all you need to create a decadent holiday meal.
The main bedroom has a super comfy 4ft 6'' bed and gorgeous linens. The small en suite and a further door separates this room from the other bedrooms.
The open plan living-room is filled with light and has stylish plantation shutters. There is a Sonos Bluetooth system, so you can have music to relax to or watch the Smart TV which is Netflix enabled.
The back garden is fully enclosed by a gate at the side of the house, keeping your little ones and dogs safe.
The back garden is fully enclosed with comfy garden seating in addition to a table and chairs.
Avon beach is a ten minute walk from Sandy Days, plenty of space for building sandcastles.
The open plan living space is perfect for spending time together.
The en suite to the main bedroom is very compact with a drench head shower and petite hand basin.
The cheerful children's room, bedroom 3, has 3ft bunk-beds and a beautiful doll's house to play with.
Bedroom 2 has a comfy 4ft 6in bed and plenty of space with built-in wardrobes,
The family bathroom has a large shower with drench head.
Looking across the mouth of Christchurch Harbour towards Mudeford Quay, ferry trips and adventure boat trips leave from the Quay.
The utility/games-room is not heated but provides lots of extra storage space and room for children to play. Maybe a family pool challenge?
You will find a lovely array of seaside kit for the children, great for crabbing on the quay.
You will find lines for crabbing and lots of buckets and spades for you to use at Sandy Days.
The Noisy Lobster at Avon beach, a fifteen minute stroll from Sandy Days, with the Isle Of Wight in the background.
From October until the end of April dogs are allowed on the beach and in the sea!
The Isle of Wight from Avon beach.
The Nelson pub is a two minute walk from Sandy Days.
Taken from Hengistbury Head, this view shows the entrance to Christchurch harbour, Mudeford Quay to the left and Mudeford Sandbank to the right.
Panoramic views from the top of Hengistbury Head, inland Christchurch Harbour, across to the Isle Of Wight shown here, to the right Bournemouth Bay and the beginning of the Jurassic Coast.
Lymington from the old harbour, from the other side of the river you can take a day trip to the Isle of Wight, the ferry takes about 30 minutes to Yarmouth.
Lymington Old Town has historic streets that lead down to the Quayside, with cafes, restaurants and pubs where you can watch the world go by.
New Forest National Park, just a short drive away, looks wonderful all year round, acres of ancient woodland, and miles of footpaths and cycle tracks invite you to explore.
New Forest ponies roam free, along with cattle and pigs.
The Sandbanks ferry travels on chains across the strong tides at the entrance to Poole Harbour, linking Poole with the Isle of Purbeck.
Further afield, Studland beach, safe and sandy. In the distance Old Harry Rocks, the beginning of the Jurassic Coast.

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

Located in the centre of Christchurch, this pub serves lunch and dinner using fresh produce locally sourced where ever possible. During the warmer months dine outside in the secluded garden.

Nearest beach

A café, restaurant and beach shop are all but some of Avon Beach's accolades. Grab yourself an ice-cream and plonk yourself on the sand, or hire your own beach hut and enjoy the views from the comforts of your own private hub. With separate areas designated for both bathing and water sports, there is something for everyone at Avon Beach.

Nearest walk

A short stroll around the town centre and through Christchurch Quay and the grounds of the Priory. Take a look at the Web site for parking and location details.

Nearest town

A sleepy little ex-fishing village at the entrance to Christchurch Harbour with sea views to die for and the freshest sea food you could hope for. The focal point is the Quay with grassy picnic area and a plthora of water sports opportunities.

Also nearby

A National Trust nature reserve, this three-mile curve of sand is home to many breeds of rare bird. Voted the UK's 4th top beach by Which? Magazine - though locals would probably place it higher. Studland is also a popular family beach famous for its nudist section at Knoll Bay, the National Trust's only designated naturist beach. With safe shallow waters, sandy beach and a cafe this is a great place for children. National Trust members can park for free.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

July 2009

Gets pretty busy at peak times, but it's a great place all year round - as sandy as the Bournemouth beaches but totally sheltered from the prevailing south westerly breezes. National Trust Membesr park for free. Use the road from Corfe or chain ferry from Sandbanks.

Mudeford Sandbank Beach forms a natural divide between the harbour and the sea. Offering stunning 365 degree views, every angle of this beach is photo-worthy. Well known for its sought after beach huts, Mudeford Sandbank Beach has no direct road access but is accessible either on foot or via the land train or local ferry. There are plenty of facilities nearby.

Friars Cliff's sand and shingle beach stretches as far as the eye can see. Lined with pretty beach huts and affording beautiful views of the Isle of Wight and Christchurch Bay, this award-winning beach is a real family favourite. With a clifftop nature reserve a short walk away and a cafe serving delicious food, there is plenty to be happy about.

A nature reserve in Christchurch Harbour is the stunning location of these land and waters-based sports and activities.

Not far from Hengistbury Head Ancient Monument, Hengistbury West Beach is a shingle and pebble beach enjoying spectacular views. With numerous walks and trails nearby and lots of information about the local wildlife and history, you can truly immerse yourself in nature. A dog-friendly beach, share your experience with your best friend and make the most of the scenery. Parking can be found at Hengistbury Head, and there is also a land train and bus.

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