Found within the wonderful Pennsylvania Castle Estate where a small holiday park rests on the Isle of Portland, is this charming property Little Lodge.
It offers a couple a romantic and stylish retreat where you can fall in love with the coastal views and rugged seascapes on your doorstep, with opportunities to learn about the local history and marvel at the beauty of this Dorset wonder.
Enjoy the clifftop position of the property from within the open-plan living space, with views of the sea that can be seen from the sliding patio doors.
Light and bright contemporary décor adorns this delightful room with a sofa facing the TV atop the driftwood-style furnishings which echo the beach, while a dining table and breakfast bar create welcoming spots to tuck into a delicious meal.
Prepare excellent food within the kitchen space, with integrated appliances lying behind the sleek white units.
Over in the bedroom you can look forward to getting under the covers in the double bed for some well-earned rest, before waking up and pulling back the curtains to find beautiful views out of the full length glass doors opening onto the outdoor seating area.
Here you can sip your morning coffee as you watch the rest of the world wake up around you, and then hop in the walk-in shower for a refreshing way to start your day.
A wonderful way to begin exploring this island is by getting on the South West Coast Path, you can experience the stunning sea views and the rugged coastline, continue on all the way to the tip of the headland and find the Portland Bill Lighthouse, where you can delight in some perfect holiday snap opportunities, and learn about the history of this magnificent structure.
Take a day trip up to Weymouth to take pleasure in all the wonders of this seaside resort, with beaches of golden sand and coastal entertainments, you can grab some fish and chips and stroll along the harbour, try out some watersports or observe some amazing wildlife.
For a romantic luxury stay in Dorset, look no further than little lodge for all you need to fall in love with the Isle of Portland.