Located in Fortuneswell, Dorset
The View is a wonderful self-catering cottage on the Isle of Portland in Dorset and can sleep 6 people in 3 bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 6
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Pet Friendly: No
The View is a terraced house situated on the Isle of Portland near to the town of Weymouth in Dorset and benefits from fantastic scenery along Chesil beach towards Lyme Bay and dramatic West cliffs of the Isle of Portland. The house can sleep 6 people in 3 bedrooms, two twin single and one king-size double as well as a ground floor bathroom with bath, shower, basin and WC and ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. The rest of the house is made up of an open-plan first-floor living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area and a utility room. To the outside of the cottage is off road parking for one car and a small patio area, stone seating and table The View would suit a family or group of friends looking for a holiday home close to the beach.
The View is a perfect base for your holiday with gorgeous views over the Chesil beach towards Lyme Bay and thrilling West cliffs of the Isle of Portland. Sleeping up to six people in three bedrooms, with two of them ground-floor and the third one on the second floor, it makes a perfect holiday home for a group of friends. With the gorgeous location of The View, the accommodation has a benefit of a bright stylish interior with spectacular stain glass window with one of the most popular and beautiful locations – the famous Portland Bill lighthouse. Relax in the comfortable living area and sink in the views, enjoy dinner with friends. With a mix of furniture for your convenience, you may never want to get up! The patio area is perfect to enjoy a drink with stunning views and plan an adventure for the next day. A short walk away is Chesil beach with promenade, a part of the South West Coast path around the Isle of Portland enjoyed by walkers and birdwatchers. 18-mile stretch along the Jurassic coast, a shingle beach with the nature reserve, Fleet and Chesil beach is a wonderful exploration area where you can get to know Dorset’s wildlife. Enjoy exciting beach activities too with National Sailing Academy a few minutes’ walk from your home. The waters around Portland are perfect for kite surfing, scuba diving and angling. It doesn’t matter the weather, the views over the Chesil beach are stunning may it be windy or quiet. You may enjoy having a walk on the Chesil bank with waves crashing to the shore. It’s perfect relaxation. Pay a visit to Quiddles café, one of the island’s favourites with fresh seafood meals. The beautiful seaside town of Weymouth with many attractions for kids and adults alike and a 3-mile sandy beach is only a short drive away from the property. The View is an amazing contemporary holiday home that will suit guests looking for an unusual place in Dorset for a holiday.
- Gas central heating, electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, TV, WiFi
- Fuel and power inc in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc in rent
- Off-road parking for one car plus roadside parking is possible for a further car across the parking space
- Small patio area, stone seating and table
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking, no vaping
- Shop 10 min, pub 5 min
- Beach 10 min
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.