Nuke is a charming two-bedroom mews house in a small gated development, which historically provided the stables for the Brewery horses, but have now been renovated into these pretty houses.
Enter Nuke through the stable door and you step into the light and bright living and dining area, featuring a plush corner sofa and TV, for those evening when you want to relax in front of your favourite TV shows.
Going further in, you will find the kitchen which hosts everything you need to rustle up something tasty in the evening after a day of exploring Weymouth.
Moving up the property, on the first floor there are two bedrooms, one being the master bedroom with en-suite shower room, and the second is a neat twin room, while across the way sits the family bathroom which contains a corner bath for a bit of luxury pamper time on your holiday.
At the front of the property there is a decked area with table and chairs for you to make use of on those balmy summer evenings, to enjoy the last of the sun for the day with a glass of wine.
The harbour is just five minutes' walk from Nuke, so you can make use of the secure parking, and venture out on foot to most of the places you will want to go, such as Newton's Cove beach or Nothe Gardens.
There is an excellent variety of cafes and restaurants in Weymouth, so if you don't fancy cooking, you are spoilt for choice, or maybe you just want to have some fish and chips on the harbour side!
A great day out is Weymouth Sealife Adventure Park, where you can see the only colony of Fairy penguins living in the UK, or during summertime you can cool down in the Splash Zone with the children's outdoor pool and fountains.
Nuke would be the ultimate home-away-from-home for a young family or a couple on a romantic break.
About the location
Dorchester 7 miles; Bridport 17 miles.
The popular resort of Weymouth makes an outstanding year-round holiday destination, with a wide variety of attractions on offer, appealing to all tastes and ages. The glorious golden sandy beaches have excellent facilities for all kinds of watersports, whilst from the picturesque, bustling harbour you can take regular fishing trips. A short drive takes you to Portland Harbour, and the rugged “Isle” of Portland, linked to Weymouth by the dramatic Chesil Beach. Visit Dorchester, Thomas Hardy’s “Casterbridge”, only 7 miles away, or take a journey along the scenic coastal road and call in at Abbotsbury Swannery and Subtropical Gardens. Alternatively, just head down to West Bay - the views of the stunning Dorset Heritage Coastline are not to be missed!