Weymouth 1.4 miles.
Portside is a wonderful, two-story property located in the charming Greenhill district of Weymouth, within easy distance of Dorset's spectacular coastline.
For your self-catering stay, this romantic getaway offers a bedroom for two with an en-suite and is conveniently located near local amenities.
Unload your bags and make yourself at home after parking in the off-road parking spot right in front of the property.
The ground level, accessible via the garage, has ample storage for bikes and paddle boards, as well as a convenient cloakroom for freshening up before moving upstairs.
After a day of adventure, return to a contemporary, open-plan living space with attractive décor; prepare a hearty supper for your loved one in the smart, sleek kitchen area, which includes an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer and dishwasher for an easy cleanup!
Set the dining table for two and toast to your coastal hideaway before snuggling up on the sofa in front of the electric fire to enjoy a movie on the wall-mounted TV.
Climb the stairs to a contemporary double bedroom with slanted ceilings and storage space; before retiring for the night, why not finish the day with a relaxing bubble bath?
A convenient en-suite shower room is ideal for getting ready for the day, before heading downstairs to make a hot cup of coffee straight from the coffee maker, while allowing in some fresh air from the Juliet balcony in the sitting room.
There are plenty of shops and cafés around to stock up on basics or take a break from cooking, as well as a sand and shingle beach to paddle in the waves, stroll along with your dog, or see Sandworld's unique sculptures.
Wildlife enthusiasts will enjoy a visit to the SEA LIFE Centre Weymouth, the serene RSPB Radipole Lake, or the RSPB Lodmoor, while the vibrant town of Weymouth is only a short drive away; explore the old Nothe Fort, walk to the sandy beach for a relaxed afternoon in the sun, and explore the colourful harbour with an ice cream in hand.
Put on your walking shoes and head down Rodwell Trail, a disused railway that now serves as an accessible wildlife corridor connecting Weymouth and the Isle of Portland; visit Portland Castle's heritage garden and Tudor kitchen, the 1960s Portland Bill Lighthouse, before stopping for lunch at a beachside café.
Travel north to Dorchester for a lunch in the beautiful Borough Gardens, a visit to the Roman Town House to see the excavated mosaic floors, ending the day with a well-earned pint at one of the town's numerous traditional pubs.
From Chesil Beach to Cogden Beach, be sure to explore the quieter areas of this famed, fossil-speckled coastline of Dorset; meander through old woodlands, untouched heathland, and find lots of sandy sites to enjoy fresh sea air.
Book your stay at Portside for the perfect romantic coastal getaway.