There is a £100 supplement for Short Breaks.
This three bedroom house consists of
Bedroom 1: 1 x King (with river glimpses) -
Bedroom 2: 1 x Twin (with 2 x Single Beds)(overlooking Christchurch Priory grounds and Red House Museum) - Bedroom 3: 2 x Single Bunk Beds
Lounge with FLATSCREEN TV - DVD - FREEVIEW - FREE WIFI (subject to availability from Internet Service Provider) - overlooking front garden. Modern, fitted kitchen with archway to dining room and GAS RANGE COOKER with SMALL and LARGE OVEN - DISHWASHER - FRIDGE - MICROWAVE - leading to utility room with WASHING MACHINE - TUMBLE DRIER. Large dining room with bed settee to sleep 1 or 2 and patio doors onto rear garden. Half tiled bathroom with corner bath, shower facility and toilet. Ground floor wet room with shower and toilet. Front lawn garden (not enclosed) and rear lawn garden with pathway access to parking. Off road parking at rear in garage (middle garage - only parking available is inside garage or outside in front of garage). Parking facility also available via permit in adjacent public car park. GAS/ELECTRIC - INCLUDED. Linen & towels included for holiday lets are provided by the owner. A travel cot and high chair are available at the property. EPC Grade: D. *FRIDAY TO FRIDAY CHANGEOVERS*. Maximum 3 week holiday bookings accepted only (any bookings over one week will have weekly inspections by owner).
This is a lovely terraced holiday home in a unique location, surrounded by everything you will need to make a fantastic holiday. Opposite the front garden is the Christchurch Priory grounds which offer access through to the riverside walks, park, café, Boathouse restaurant, bandstand, children's play area and splash park. Perfectly located if attending an event at the Church. Behind the property is the very interesting Red House Museum and Gardens which is a charming Georgian building, built as a workhouse in 1764, now filled with a rich variety of displays and objects which reflect the social and natural history of the area, its geology and archaeology. Then, just round the corner you have Christchurch High Street, the Saxons knew Christchurch as Twynham - the place between the waters and is known for being a jumble of little streets with quaint shops and restaurants. Alongside the Priory are ruins of the Norman castle. You may also try out ye olde stocks and even the ducking stool - the last one to be used in anger, and the Town Crier might tell you all about it. There are picturesque walks along Town Quay - the superbly restored 900 year old Place Mill is open to visitors, the very many swans and the river boat traffic add to the atmosphere here. With a short drive to the surrounding sandy beaches this location really does take some beating.