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26 The Green

Studland , Dorset

Property Reference: M13623

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Thatched 17th Century English holiday cottage located on Dorset’s Jurassic Coast, ten minutes from a Studland sandy beach.

10 minute to Studland beach | Swanage ferry to Sandbanks 5 minute drive | Walks along the South West Coast Path

  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 4
  • 0 Pets
  • Coastal Property
  • Car parking on site
  • Rural Location
Prices are per property not per person includes a £30.00 booking fee.
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2 nights - mostly start on Fri or Sat
3 nights - must start on Fri

4 nights - must start on Mon
5 nights - 22nd or 29th Dec 2012 only.

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About 26 The Green

Introduction

"Truly English thatched holiday cottage in the depths of Dorset yet within a ten minute walk of the wonderful sandy beach of Studland Bay. This lovely Dorset self catering accommodation has lots of charm with pretty window seats beams low ceilings and large fireplace giving the cottage a cosy charming feel. The blue and white colour scheme is used throughout the cottage and outside the front garden leads down to the village green with a private patio and garden from the back door. An ideal holiday destination with a ten minute ferry ride to glitzy Poole Harbour and Poole water sports yet retaining all the olde worlde charm of a traditional English village."

Summary

26 The Green: sleeps 2+2 (2 children) in 2 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms, 1 family bathroom, 1 WC. Outside there is a paved terrace and ample parking for several cars.
Along a terraced pathway to the from door

Ground Floor
Sitting room with inglenook fireplace, two comfortable blue sofas, double aspect from the two tiny windows, TV/DVD and a collection of books and magazines
Kitchen/dining room equipped with the focal point of a pine Welsh dresser. An electric cooker, fridge, dishwasher and microwave.
Bathroom on the ground floor with bath with shower over, wash hand basin and WC.
Utility room fitted with sink and units as well as a large freezer and washing machine.

First Floor
Master bedroom (sleeps 2) is in the eaves with twin beds
Bedroom (sleeps 2) with bunk beds
A small WC and wash hand basin on this level.

What you need to know

Please note this is a cottage and the low ceilings could be restrictive for visitors over 6ft so it will only accommodate 2 adults and 2 small children under 16
 
There is very restricted height on the bunk beds.
 
Also, as the stairs are fairly steep, small children should be supervised.

What makes this area so special

Situated in the heart of the village of Studland, five miles east of Corfe Castle. The Bankes Arms in Studland has a great pub garden overlooking the beach or enjoy a one of a kind experience of true British garden food at the infamous The Pig on the Beach.

Reviews

  • Posted by

    Guest

    No problems - would be happy to recommend them Brilliant location and charming cottage - but lack of wi-fi is a significant drawback.
    2016-08-23
  • Posted by

    Guest

    Booking went without a hitch but on the T&C’s the following commentary unnerved me ...’No reminders will be sent out beyond the booking confirmation which advises you of the balance due date. If we do not receive payment by this date then we will treat it as a cancellation and charges will apply as per the table provided’. For someone like myself who needs the odd reminder in a busy world about deadlines, this felt too onerous. I don’t forget on purpose, and what effort is involved in sending a reminder a week before the balance due deadline? Otherwise the instructions and directions were clear. The cottage largely fitted the brochure description albeit was a little tired. The brochure also said that twin beds were pushed together but they were actually separated by a couple of items of furniture which meant shifting beds and furniture in what was a very small bedroom If there’d been an average option rather than ’good’ or ’poor’ I’d probably have plumped for this. There were some extremely good characteristics like the location, but some poor ones as well like the poor condition of the 2 sofa’s which were well past there best and not hugely comfortable after a long days walking. The heating and some of the other elements were also somewhat tired. The cottage was certainly characterful but this also brought with it space issues with a tiny main bedroom which necessitated the second bedroom being used to get ready. Fine for 2 people, but in our mind too small for the any more.
    2016-06-15
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