Located in Wakeham, Dorset
Church Ope Studio in Portland sleeps 2 plus child and one small well behaved dog just above tthe famous Church Ope Cove.
Church Ope Studio is a tranquil retreat right on the coast path at Church Ope Cove Portland. Sea views in Winter and glimpsed through trees in leaf in summer. The studio is both cosy and warm and light and airy. It is tucked away from the busy world and close to amenities.
The holiday accommodation is one large, light and airy room, built from local stone and with en suite shower room. Suitable for couples of all ages, for one young child and for one small dog.
Facilities include - One double bed and one single futon Z bed suitable for a young child only. Comfy 2 seater leather sofa, en suite shower room and toilet and wet and dry hanging space. An integrated kitchenette with full sized fridge, kettle, toaster, microwave oven, two burner hob and a George Foreman electric griddle. A wood burning stove together with a central heating and additional oil filled radiator ensures the studio stays cosy all year round. Wood for the evenings and all electricity included, extra basket of logs £5. Free view television and DVD player with a selection of movies and radio with IPod dock. Bring your own Wi-Fi lap top for free connection to the internet. Small breakfast arbour with bench and table next to car port. Car port, bordered by flower bed, with space for one car/van. Linen, hand and bath towels supplied. Teas, coffee, sugar, milk provided as are doggy treats. Bring your own beach towels and slippers (tiled floors). The Studio is steam cleaned before your arrival to ensure it is allergen free after doggy guests. Church Ope Studio is no smoking.
Wakeham is full of traditional quarryman's cottages dating back two to three hundred years. Although a small area it is packed with interest. Pennsylvania castle was built in 1800 by John Penn, grandson of the founder of Pennsylvania, and is now a private residence. Just round the corner from this is the Portland Museum, Rufus Castle, the ruins of St Andrews Church with its "pirate" graves and onwards to Church Ope Cove.Read more
There are several good walks again from Wakeham including the two butterfly reserves within easy reach. A walk along the coast down to Portland Bill will take about 45 minutes depending on how long you stop to take in the views and the wildlife. Walks along the old railway line and back to the top of the island are also available from Wakeham.
The Hayloft Cafe is open throughout the summer season for coffees and light lunches. Otherwise, it is just a short walk into Easton where there are a number of choices or by car you can reach any of Portland's eating out establishments in under 5 minutes.Read less
Bournemouth is 36 miles away
Exeter is 54 miles away
Bristol is 60 miles away