Smallmouth Cottage is an idyllic terraced house just a few steps from the beach on the outskirts of Wyke Regis in Dorset, compromising of two floors and can sleep up to four guests.
Enjoying a private enclosed garden, perfect for entertaining guests, and located just a stone’s throw away from the glorious Smallmouth Bay, Smallmouth Cottage is the perfect setting for a coastal getaway with both friends and family.
Pull up at the property where two off-road parking spaces greet you, located at the front and rear of the property.
Be welcomed into the spacious living/dining room, which enjoys views of the garden, where you can enjoy drinks with your guests before indulging in a delicious meal prepared by the designated chef who can put their culinary skills to the test in the new fully equipped kitchen.
Snuggle up and surf the channels on the 50” Ambilight Smart TV as the electric fire glows nearby, or dip into one of the plentiful books supplied, and when sleep calls, you have the option to retreat to one of two bedrooms.
Bedroom one is a spacious double with king size bed and nautical décor harking to the close proximity of the beach; bedroom two is a tastefully decorated twin - both ideal for a refreshing nights embrace with premium hotel quality beds.
Kick start your day with a shower in the sleek newly-fitted bathroom with Cooltouch Grohe fixtures and fittings, followed by breakfast in the sunshine, before setting off out for the day.
Smallmouth Cottage is the ideal tourist base, with a host of amenities and activities within easy reach, venture into the town centre where you will find a delightful selection of independent shops, pubs serving local ales, and restaurants, including the famous Crab House Café, serving freshly caught seafood daily.
Take a stroll along the adjacent Rodwell trail to the nearby Castle Cove Sailing Club where you can meet the local boat owners, enjoy a well-deserved pint at the bar, view boats rigged for display and enjoy a picnic enjoying views of historic Sandsfoot Castle and Portland Harbour.
Beachcomb the shores of the nearby Smallmouth Bay, where you can opt to sunbathe or enjoy a paddle in the waters.
Continue the seaside fun and visit the marine life at the Sea Life Centre, wander the vibrant lawns of Greenhill Beach, or delve into history with a visit to Weymouth Pier where you will find the historical Nothe Fort, an open museum encased in a Victorian Coastal fort.
If you fancy venturing a little further, you will find the town of Dorchester, birthplace of writer, Thomas Hardy.
Here you can visit the house that Thomas Hardy built in 1885, and wander through the walled gardens that surround the property or enjoy walks and tours along the Thomas Hardy Explorer route.
Smallmouth Cottage makes for a wonderful coastal getaway with the whole family.