Wool 1.7 miles.
Located in the peaceful village of East Stoke and close to the pretty riverside town of Wareham, lies Durdle Door Mews, a well presented property with a superb countryside location and sleeping up to seven guests.
Stepping inside the property, be welcomed into the bright and vibrant living dining room where the patio doors open up onto an enclosed decked area complete with table and chairs, perfect for a spot of alfresco dining in the warmer months or simply starting the day with your morning cup of tea or coffee whist reveling in the serene surroundings before heading off to explore the local area.
The dining table is plenty big enough to seat your party and home cooked meals rustled up in the well equipped kitchen can be enjoyed here whilst you plan your next day’s adventures.
The convenience of a downstairs double bedroom with ensuite bath with shower over, basin and WC and a separate downstairs shower room complete with walk in shower, basin and WC competes the ground floor of this holiday home and moving upstairs, you will discover the three light and airy bedrooms; one family room with a double bed and bunk bed, a further double bedroom and a twin bedroom.
The bedrooms are served by a family shower room with walk in shower, basin and WC.
Guests can also make use of the three acres of grassed lawn adjoining the property where there will be play equipment such as football goals and basketball hoops for the children to enjoy and plenty of open space for your four legged friend to run on some energy.
The village of Wool is just over a mile away and is armed with all you need for a great self-catered stay with many shops to pick up your daily essentials, three pubs, a butchers and a bakers, as well as being on the doorstep of The Tank Museum, an family attraction home a large display of tanks with some fascinating interactive activities and exhibits.
Also close by is the wonderful Monkey World, an ape rescue centre with more than 250 rescued animals, plus the delightful Wareham Forest is a favourite with the locals and offers plenty of picturesque walks where you can spot some amazing wildlife.
Head to East Lulworth to visit Lulworth Castle, a stunning 17th century building steeped in history with spectacular grounds or visit Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door, both a short and scenic drive from the property and home to glorious beaches and dramatic cliff top views of the incredible Jurassic Coast.
Durdle Door Mews is a wonderful base for all to enjoy a memorable holiday with loved ones at any time of year.