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The View(Ref: VIEW)

Portland, Weymouth & Portland, Dorset
Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Changeover day Saturday Shortbreaks
86 % Rating
At a Glance
  • Beach Beach
  • pub/Shop Pub/Shop
  • Linen Included Linen Included
  • Cottages with WiFi Wifi
  • Sea View Sea View
  • parking Parking
  • Fantastic views of the Jurassic coastline from this contemporary cottage
  • A short stroll down to Chesil beach
  • Nearby amenities such as pubs, cafes, restaurants and shops
  • Perfect for enjoying walking on Portland and sailing at the National Academy
  • Just a short car journey into Weymouth for the main beach, old harbour, town centre

The View is located in an elevated position just a short stroll from Chesil beach and promenade, which is part of the coastal path around Portland. Chesil beach stretches along the Jurassic Coast, where you can enjoy exciting beach activities like kite surfing, as well as scuba diving and angling. As the name suggests, this property boasts a fantastic view along Chesil Beach out towards Lyme Bay and also the dramatic West cliffs of Portland. Whatever the weather, be it winter storms or tranquil summer days it will be sure to delight. Along with this spectacular location the property has the benefit of being newly renovated with a light modern interior. Just a short stroll away are a variety of places to eat and local shops are readily located nearby, as is the National Sailing Academy which is bound to make this property popular with water sports enthusiasts as well as guests looking to find a well-appointed, contemporary property in a coastal location.

Accommodation:Ground floor Bedroom 1, twin single beds.  Bedroom 2, twin single beds.  Utility area. Bathroom with bath, shower, hand basin and toilet.  Stairs to first floor:- Lounge / Kitchen / Diner.  Shower room with shower, hand basin and toilet.  Stairs to second floor: - Bedroom 3, kingsize double bed. 

Additional Services:WiFi. Gas central heating. Washing machine.  Fridge. Freezer.  Large flat screen smart TV.  Off road parking for one car plus on road parking is possible for a further car accross the parking space. Small patio area with coastal views accessed opposite the cottage with steps down from the parking area, stone seating and table.   Small back courtyard with bistro table and chairs.  Bed linen and towels inclusive.

The View is suitable for adults and children over 11 years of age only.
Drivers; the parking area is accessed via a narrow dead end road directly outside the property.
The owners of The View require a £100 refundable damage deposit payable on booking. Subject to a satisfactory check out after your departure this will be refunded within 10 days. Please note that if you are booking online within eight weeks of your holiday date the refundable damage deposit will need to be taken in a separate transaction from your online booking and we shall ring / email you regarding this.

Miss R Chivese
Beautiful property with stunning views and plenty of indoor light. Fitted to a high standard and very clean. Would definitely stay here again! Stayed March 2018

Mrs C Smith
Lovely property, fantastic location and of course view! Only thing that can think to add as feedback is maybe provide some binoculars to savour the view even more. Will definitely be back - stayed August 2016

About the Location

Portland is a wonderful holiday destination. It offers arguably the best sailing and windsurfing waters in the world, an abundance of rare wildlife since Portland is a major migrating point for birds, miles of stunning coastal walks, great fishing trips straight from Portland Marina, beautiful beaches, some of which are dog friendly all year around, fantastic pubs and some of the best cream teas in Dorset.

Meander through the pretty villages filled with old stone cottages, cobbled streets, traditional shops and cafes and stop for cream tea and lashings of luscious cake. The main village of Portland is Easton, which sits on the plateau. Then there is Fortuneswell, which lies on a steep hill and was described by Thomas Hardy as being ‘houses above houses, one man’s doorstep rising behind his neighbour’s chimney’. Southwell is another charming village, filled with quaint quarrymen cottages and a village pub in the heart of the village. Park here to access the glorious cliff walks along the South West Coastal Path.

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