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Buddleia House(Ref: BUDDL)

Weymouth, Weymouth & Portland, Dorset
Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 4 Changeover day Saturday Shortbreaks
86 % Rating
At a Glance
  • Beach Beach
  • Open Fire Open Fire
  • pub/Shop Pub/Shop
  • Pet Friendly Pet Friendly
  • Linen Included Linen Included
  • Cot Cot
  • Kids Kids
  • Cottages with WiFi Wifi
  • Garden Garden
  • High Chair High Chair
  • parking Parking
  • Guests Guests
  • A detached holiday home with some sea views and a super garden in a desirable area in Weymouth.
  • Located just about four minute's walk from Brewers Quay and Newton's Cove.
  • Walk to Weymouth's main beach and town centre in around 10-15 minutes.
  • Buddleia House has off road parking for one car and welcomes two pets.
  • Travelling out for the day you may choose to drive along the world heritage Jurassic coastline.

Buddleia House is in a fantastic location about four minutes' walk from the Brewers Quay area and Newton's Cove, with some sea views from the bedrooms.  This detached holiday home was built in the 1930's and is set in an elevated position, within a quiet residential area.  Buddleia House has benefited from a recent total makeover, including a new kitchen, bathroom and decoration, plus the creation of a second floor bedroom with sea views.  The house is light and spacious and retains its original character. With tastefully designed rooms, a large garden with patio and lawns and private parking, the property is perfect for a holiday in Weymouth.  Nearby is Newton's Cove, a favourite place to go rock pooling at low tide, or a short level walk of about ten minutes will bring you past the pretty old harbour, over the town bridge and to the town centre, with a variety of high street names and individual quirky shops.  Adjacent to the high street is the main long, sandy beach with shallow waters. Here children can indulge in entertainments long synonymous with seaside holidays; donkey rides and Punch and Judy shows.  Eating out in Weymouth is increasingly exciting.  As well as arguably the best fish and chip shops in the region, one may sample cuisines from around the world.  The harbourside restaurants serve freshly caught local fish and seafood, including hand dived scallops.  Travelling out for the day one may choose to drive along the world heritage Jurassic coastline, with stunning views and scenery, stopping along the way at pretty villages, such as Burton Bradstock or Abbotsbury, to enjoy the hospitality of a local pub, or cream tea from the local tea rooms.

Accommodation:Lounge with wood burning stove.  Kitchen/Diner. Laundry room.  Shower room with shower, hand basin and toilet.  Stairs to first floor: Bedroom 1, double bed. Bedroom 2, single bed.   Bedroom 3, twin single beds.  Bathroom, bath with shower over, hand basin and toilet.  Stairs to second floor, Bedroom 4, single bed.  Cloakroom with hand basin and toilet.

Additional services: WiFi. Dishwasher, fridge, freezer, CD music system, washing machine, flat screen TV, DVD player.  Gas central heating.  Wood burning stove in lounge, one basket of logs provided autumn and winter.  Cot and high chair.   Large garden with patio area and lawn, garden table and chairs.  Parking for one vehicle on driveway.

Buddleia House welcomes two well behaved dogs.

The owners of Buddleia House request a £150 refundable damage deposit from guests on booking. Subject to a satisfactory check out after your departure this will be refunded within 10 days. Please note that if you are booking online within eight weeks of your holiday date the refundable damage deposit will need to be taken in a separate transaction from your online booking and we shall ring / email you regarding this.

Mr A Scott
Spotlessly clean and beyond expectations, as with other dream cottages we have stayed at - stayed August 2017

Mrs J Underwood
Just was my sort of house and it was perfect for our stay - roomy, light and very well cared for , together with a lovely garden. Loved the attic! The neighbours made us very welcome to which was nice - stayed July 2017

Mrs B Gundry
Buddleia House really did offer us everything we needed for a perfect holiday. It is very close to the harbour and shops and it was wonderful just to sit out in the lovely garden in the evenings. We even saw bats and a badger in the evening - stayed July 2017

Mr S Wood
Lovely property. Very clean, comfortable and well equipped. Pretty garden. Excellent location Stayed June 2017

Mr T Sikorski
Excellent location. Excellent stay. Will definitely come back. Stayed May 2017

Miss H Parry
Lovely property. Tastefully decorated and furnished throughout. Would stay again! Stayed April 2017

Mrs C Honour
Lovely, well presented and comfy house, couldn't think of anything else that we would need. Nice quiet area and ideal for a short walk into the centre of Weymouth. Stayed September 2016

About the Location

Weymouth sits perfectly on the stunningly beautiful Jurassic coastline. Located on the Southern tip of Dorset, this traditional seaside town is one of the most visited and popular areas on the south coast.

With a beautiful, blue flag, sandy beach, sitting against the back drop of an elegant Georgian esplanade, this seaside wonder is a firm favourite for families. As indeed it once was for King George III, who famously used to holiday here.

For a perfectly nostalgic English seaside holiday, you can ask for no more. A golden, sandy beach, named one of the best in Britain, shallow waters which are perfect for paddling, Punch and Judy shows, donkey rides, carousels on the promenade, all accompanied by traditional chippies and quaint tea rooms.

Head down to Weymouth’s Old Harbour, a fine Georgian harbour and one of the prettiest in Europe. Simply soak up the bustling atmosphere of harbour life; sit on the harbour wall with some fish and chips and watch the large catamarans, traditional fishing boats and luxury yachts. Or why not enjoy an adrenaline fuelled ride around the bay with the Weymouth Bay Rib Charters. How about a nice family fishing trip? Many of the fishing boats at the harbour offer fishing trips for absolute beginners and accomplished anglers. Weymouth is fantastic for fishing with plenty of wrecks and reefs to explore.

Try a Jurassic Safari where you can sample Dorset’s secret beauty, off the beaten track. You will be taken along unspoilt country lanes, ancient byways and deep river crossings, whilst catching sight of beautiful wildlife.

Fossil hunting on Chesil beach is a joy with the children. They can run up and down the steep shingle climb, whilst you picnic on the beach.

Sandworld is definitely worth a visit; the sand art won’t fail to impress and there is a fantastic sandpit for the children to play in.

Visit the magnificent Nothe Fort and explore the tunnels and passageways that were once filled with soldiers and canons. See where all the gun powder was stored and walk up to the top level where the canons were fired at the approaching enemy.

If a leisurely stroll through beautiful gardens is more your thing, why not try the award winning Greenhill Gardens, which sit right on the seafront. Bennetts Water Gardens is also a lovely choice, replete with a vast array of water lilies and a Claude Monet style Japanese bridge. A very romantic setting for a picnic!

For a fun packed day out with the kids, head to the Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park and Tower, an underground sea world with attractions, rides and over 1,000 incredible creatures. Venture up in a viewing capsule on the The Jurassic Skyline for an incredible panoramic view across the Jurassic Coastline and Dorset countryside.

Children will love Fantasy Island. There are lots of rides, many traditional ones ideal for younger children, tea pots and flying elephants to name but a few! Penny arcades, slot machines and a fab coffee bar.

Weymouth is a fantastic town with plenty to do for everyone!

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