Located in Fortuneswell, Dorset
This delightful semi-detached Victorian cottage rests in Fortuneswell, Dorset and can sleep up to four people in two bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: 2
Boatswain’s Watch is a lovely semi-detached Victorian cottage resting in Fortuneswell, Dorset. Hosting two bedrooms: one double and one single with a pull-out bed, together sleeping up to four guests. Downstairs has a shower room, fitted kitchen, dining room and sitting room with a flame effect gas fire.Boatswain’s Watch is a wonderful choice for a seaside break to Dorset.
Resting in the seaside village of Fortuneswell, on the Isle of Portland in Dorset, is this charming semi-detached Victorian cottage.
Renovated to a high standard, this property combines the very best of contemporary living whilst still retaining some of its original features. Entering the property, you will be greeted to a quaint sitting room with an original stone chimney breast, housing a flame effect gas fire for that added bit of warmth during those chillier months. Cosy up with your loved ones and unwind in front of the TV. Pull out the dining table and enjoy a meal together, whilst sharing stories of your holiday so far. The compact kitchen rests in the rear and has all the necessary appliances to cook up some delicious meals, or a hearty breakfast before starting your day. You can find a shower room on the ground floor with deluxe fixtures and fittings so you can enjoy a warm shower at the end of a tiring day.
The first floor provides two bedrooms, set up as a double and a single with a pull-out bed for any extra guests wishing to stay here. The bedrooms come with a selection of antique furniture for storage purposes and delightful French beds, adding a wealth of character.
Settled in the village of Fortuneswell, you can access some lovely traditional pubs and restaurants if you don't fancy cooking one evening, or pick up some last-minute ingredients from the local supermarket for an evening meal. Discover a wealth of nearby cafés for a spot of lunch or getting some local produce. A stone's throw away is the lovely sandy beach which stretches a few miles in length and is the perfect spot for topping up that summer tan, enjoying a relaxing swim or learn a new skill and get involved with some surfing.
The beautiful Jurassic Coastline is right on your doorstep and makes for an excellent exploration spot with some of the most stunning views imaginable. Venture into the bustling seaside town of Weymouth, home to a large number of popular tourist attractions. The local marina is an excellent opportunity for some watersports, particularly fishing and boating. Other popular attractions include Chesil Beach, Weymouth Beach and much more.
Boatswain's Watch is the perfect place to stay in order to access many of Dorset’s finest sights.
- Gas central heating
- Electric oven and ceramic hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, TV and WiFi
- Fuel and power inc in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc in rent
- Two well-behaved dogs welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub 200 metres away
- Note: The property has no garden space
Fortuneswell covers quite a large area. From just below the top of the island with its amazing views along Chesil Beach to the bottom of the hill where it blends into Chiswell. As you descend from the Heights Hotel you will see the Olympic Rings sculpture to commemorate the 2012 Olympics. Portland hosted the sailing and windsurfing events. Further down you will see a statue by a local artist titled "The Spirit of Portland" with more great views along Chesil Beach. Fortuneswell has many shops including a Co-op, Boots and the Royal Manor Theatre.
The walking from Fortuneswell is good but do remember you are on a slope. Therefore, an easy walk one way will be harder on the way back! Walk to the High Angle Battery, an 18th-century gun emplacement. Tout Quarry Nature Reserve and Sculpture Park are opposite the Heights Hotel. Artists have been creating sculptures to leave around the park since 1983. Famous sculptures include the Falling Man by Sir Antony Gormley. Chesil Beach is easily accessible if you fancy a walk along the sea. There are several pubs, restaurants and takeaways all available within Fortuneswell. A short walk to Chiswell gives you many more options to eat out and all within walking distance.