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PORTLAND, Weymouth & Portland, Dorset
From £447 to £980 per week
Sleeps: 5 people
Pets Welcome: No
Change over day: Saturday
- Portland sea views from the master bedroom
- Close to south west coastal path walks
- Birght Spacious and modern house
- Close to Local cafe and bus stop
Reviews of Quarry Trails
We were delighted with our few days in your lovely cottage, every comfort and a really peaceful place. Great location and as we were lucky with the weather it couldn't have been better. many thanks Adrian CooperMr A Cooper
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Quarry Trails is a bright, spacious modern house, with all the facilities you need for a relaxing and comfortable self-catering holiday in Dorset. Boasting beautiful sea views from the master bedroom and only a short walk from the rugged coastal path and quarry's walks of Portland, Dorset, it has a lot to offer from its location. Just a short 5-minute walk from the front door you will find a lovely cafe offering local food and drinks, the Portland Museum a bus stop if you'd like to visit further afield. A more energetic walk of about 30 minutes will see you at Portland Bill Lighthouse, famous for being the most southern spot in Dorset and its dramatic cliffs and sea. There are several great places to eat here inlcuidng afternoon tea and local seafood catch lunches and dinner. Portland stone is famous the world over and most notably for being the stone that St Paul's Cathedral is constructed from. The Quarries are no longer active in the traditional sense but there are many walks and Tout Quarry offers the added surprise of sculptures and etchings are you wander around the rugged scenes. Portland is also renowned for its rare and varied wild life and birds as well as multiple water sports, so there is much to be found on the doorstep, but if you would like to explore more of the Jurassic Coastline, Weymouth is a short 10 -15 minute drive away with its Georgian seafront, award winning beach, and high street shops.
Accommodation: Hall. Cloakroom. Kitchen. Lounge / diner with patio doors into the garden. Bedroom 1, kingsize double bed. Ensuite shower, hand basin and toilet . Bedroom 2, twin single beds. Bedroom 3, Single Bed. Bathroom, bath with shower over, hand basin and toilet.
Services in addition to standard equipment: WiFi. Gas central heating. Fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher. Flat screen TV, DVD player. Bluetooth sound system. Bed linen & towels inclusive, please detail requirements at time of booking. Rear garden with patio, table and chairs and the benefit of year round green trimmed (artificial) grass. Allocated parking space outside the property.