Swanage Cottage Rental Photos and Description
4 bedrooms, sleeps 7, courtyard
With some sea and hill views, our comfortable, family holiday home has many original features and is conveniently situated just a few minutes walk down to the sandy beach, shops, restaurants and pubs. You can take a boat trip along the Jurassic coast, walk in Durlston Country Park, board the steam train to Corfe Castle, stroll along the restored Victorian pier or just build sandcastles!
Pen-y-fan has accommodation over three floors. The entrance hall has the original tiled floor and a cloakroom. The living/dining room has a TV with Freeview, DVD/VCR player with lots of videos and games to keep the family entertained!
The door to the courtyard, with BBQ, is off the dining room. The newly fitted and well equipped kitchen has an original floor and an overhead wooden drying rack.
The modern bathroom is on the half landing on the stairs to the first floor where there is a large double bedroom and a bedroom with bunks which also has a shower. On the top floor there is a twin bedded room and a single. All beds have duvets and pillows and blankets are available should you need them. Bed linen and towels available at extra charge. We have some sea views from the front and some hill views from the back - the best from the top floor!
We are in the centre of town and have unrestricted parking along our one-way street.
We have a small corner shop nearby which is open early till late and a good variety of shops in the town. The pubs and restaurants provide everything from fish and chips to fine dining - The Red Lion, Tawnys Wine Bar and The Corner are our favourites!
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- unsuitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
Guestbook comments from the owner
It was one of my best holidays in my life. We've seen some nice things. My favourite was Durdle Door and Kimmeridge. And of course the nice old pubs. Poppy age 13
It is a good house. I love the shop called Johns and the steam trains and the station and the pub round the corner with the pool table called the Pubeck Hotel. You should go there. James age 11