Sea Side, Sea Side, Southbourne, Near Bournemouth

Dorset. Sleeps up to 12

In a superb location with panoramic views over the sea, this detached home is the ideal place to explore this ever popular area!. Ground Floor:
Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed and French doors leading to garden.
Bedroom 2: With kingsize bed.
Bedroom 3: With 2 sets of bunk beds and TV (for games console use only).
Bedroom 4: With 2 sets of bunk beds.
Bathroom: With roll-top bath, shower cubicle and toilet.
Shower room: With shower cubicle and toilet.
First Floor:
Open plan living space: With wooden floor and French doors leading to balcony.
Living area: With Freeview TV, DVD player and iPod dock.
Dining area.
Kitchen area: With gas range, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
Study.
Utility room: With washing machine and tumble dryer.
Separate toilet.. Gas central heating, gas, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Welcome pack. Enclosed lawned garden with sitting-out area and garden furniture. Balcony. Private parking for 4 cars. No smoking. Please note: This property has a security deposit of £200.. With its own large enclosed garden and plenty of parking, Sea Side is a very well presented, detached family home that would suit families or couples. Inside, this immaculately presented home has an ‘upside down’ layout. Step into the large entrance hall/boot/equipment store, and on this floor are the bedrooms and bathrooms, then upstairs is the stylishly designed, open plan living space, which has French doors leading out to the balcony, the perfect spot to watch the nautical activity, sunrise or sunsets with a drink on a warm balmy evening and savour the spectacular breathtaking sea views!
Located in Southbourne opposite the beach, there is a popular pub/restaurant only 200 yards away, and it is within easy reach of Bournemouth with its cosmopolitan range of bars, shops, eateries, seaside entertainment, water sports and leisure activities. For those who prefer a quieter beach, simply step across the road to Overcliff Local Nature Reserve, which forms part of Bournemouth’s sea cliffs and extends 5 miles east from the boundary with Poole to Hengistbury Head, formed 50 million years ago under tropical seas. These cliffs have much geological interest and plenty of wildlife and fauna, and is designated a Site of Scientific Nature Conservation Interest.
There is so much do to in this ever popular area. Take a ride on the Bournemouth Eye, which rises high above the town to give the most amazing panoramic views over the whole area. At the foot of the pier is the fascinating Oceanarium, where the whole family can discover life beneath the waves. Compton Acres Gardens in Bournemouth and the delightful Exbury Gardens, 18 miles, are both worth a visit. Beaulieu, with its world-renowned National Motor Museum, Palace House and Beaulieu Abbey, are 20 miles away. The beautiful New Forest National Park, with its famous wild ponies, is within 5 miles, and for those who enjoy the thrill of a theme park, Paultons Park is 25 miles away. Other places of interest include Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park, Marwell Zoo, Adventure Wonderland, Christchurch Priory, Mudeford Key, the market town of Fordingbridge, Poole Harbour, Sandbanks, Highcliffe Castle and the National Trust’s Brownsea Island.
Further afield, but worth the trip, are Stonehenge, Monkey World and the Tank Museum near Wool, Southampton with its maritime history and West Quay shopping centre, and the famous World Heritage Jurassic Coast. Spend a day at Lyme Regis with its harbour, renowned Cobb, beach and shops, and enjoy fossil hunting, boating, swimming and fishing. There are many historic houses to visit, in particular Forde Abbey and Gardens, or family attractions such as Pecorama, the quarries at Beer, or inland at the Fleet Air Arm Museum at Yeovilton, which is an adventure in itself. Beach 50 yards. Shop ½ mile, pub and restaurant 200 yards.

More details, photos & booking info

Weekly prices from £1579

More cottages in Dorset for 12 or more people...

Next
Find cottages near:
Explore the South West of England

Think rugged coastlines, sandy beaches, great surf and sparkling blue seas, the wild moors of Dartmoor to the Somerset Levels and the dramatic Cheddar Gorge, the South West has plenty to offer. With a lively arts scene, great local food and walking and cycling opportunities galore.

Northern Ireland Wales South West of England South of England East of England Heart of England North of England Scotland Isle of Man Ireland