Honey Bee – Wild Meadow Cottages
Located in Weymouth, Dorset
This contemporary property offers both style and comfort. With your own private hot tub, a wood burner to relax beside and easy access to many great attractions, it s the ideal base for your holiday
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 3
- Pet Friendly: 1
Newly built in 2019, this welcoming property is set within a working farm in the Broadwey area of Weymouth. It offers a slice of rural life coupled with easy access to the town centre and its wide range of amenities and attractions, which include the historic Old Harbour and the beach – ensuring there is no shortage of things to do. For those wishing to get active, the South West Coast Path is close at hand or simply explore the surrounding countryside. For a relaxing day out why not take a trip to Lulworth Cove or visit the pretty village of Abbotsbury, before stopping in one of the many traditional pubs nearby for refreshments.
A short path leads from the parking area to the main entrance into this semi-detached property. Once inside you’ll find a useful porch for your coats and boots, before stepping into a striking open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with a shower room and WC leading off it. This contemporary space has a well-equipped kitchen to the right with an electric oven and induction hob, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and microwave. A dining space opposite is a perfect spot for leisurely meals. Beautifully decorated with your comfort in mind, the lounge area has bi-fold doors opening onto the garden and a wood burner. Here you can put your favourite show on the Smart TV and rest a while. Heading upstairs there are two beautiful bedrooms to choose from. The first is an inviting super-king-size with a stunning free-standing bath and a Juliet balcony offering wonderful views over the surrounding countryside. There is also an en-suite WC and a Smart TV. The second bedroom is just as stylish with twin zip-and-link beds (which can be arranged as a super-king-size on request), plus a contemporary en-suite shower and WC. Why not enjoy a long lay in here in front of the Smart TV.
To the rear of the property is a private enclosed garden with a hot tub, charcoal BBQ and furniture, ideal for lazy afternoons with your loved ones. Between the properties is a central atrium housing a shared utility room with a washing machine and tumble dryer. Behind the garden, there is a shared orchard, where you can relax in the purpose-built outdoor snug and admire the views. The perfect spot for enjoying your sundowners. Please note dogs are not permitted in the orchard as this is a shared area.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.
- Snuggle up beside the wood burner or take a dip in the hot tub and enjoy a truly relaxing break
- Tucked away in a peaceful setting on the outskirts of Weymouth and surrounded by beautiful countryside, easy access to the South West Coast Path and many other wonderful walking routes
- Ideally placed for exploring all that Dorset has to offer, West Bay and Abbotsbury are within easy reach along just a short way along the Jurassic Coast
- 2 bedrooms 1 super-king-size and 1 twin zip and link (which can be arranged as a super king-size on request)
- 1 en suite bathroom, 1 en suite shower room & 1 shower room
- Hot tub
- Wood burner (logs included)
- Electric oven and induction hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer
- Shared utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer
- Electric and central heating included
- Bathrobes included
- 2 off road parking spaces available
- Wi-Fi included
- 1 dog welcome
- Please note dogs are not permitted in the orchard or upstairs in the property
- Beach 2½ miles, shop and pub 1 mile
- Smart TVs in the lounge and both bedrooms
- Bike storage available
- Charcoal BBQ available
- Family-friendly sandy beach at Weymouth
- Many restaurants, pubs and bars can be found in the nearby centre of this coastal town
Weymouth is a busy seaside town and lies on the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. Weymouth's golden sandy beach has received the Quality Coast Award. This is because of good quality water, well-developed facilities and beach supervision. There are plenty of supermarkets and a variety of shops. There is a wide choice of cafes and restaurants, offering a range of cuisines. As a result, you are spoilt for choice. Weymouth is famous for its fresh seafood. You can often see the local fishermen unloading their daily catch from the Harbour. It is from the harbour that you can pick up boat tours. These include a tour of the Jurassic coast and a water taxi from Weymouth to Portland.
Weymouth Attractions and Activities
Lodmoor Country Park is fantastic for the children and adults to explore and rest for a picnic. In addition, try your hand at crazy golf or let the children drive in the little go-kart track. Let the children loose in the Pirate Ship Play Park or the Green Gym. Slide down the wonky slide or walk the dog through the woodland paths. RSPB Nature Reserve is next to Lodmoore Park displaying details of all the Marsh birds in the area. Also, there is a cafe for refreshments after all the exploring. Sandworld is by the cycle path at Lodmoor park. Be amazed at the awesome sculptures made by local artists. You can let the children take turns to make their own sand sculpture. In addition, view smaller displays along the seafront. In conclusion, the attention to detail that goes into these will amaze you.
The Sea Life Centre is full of marine animals and much much more. The Centre is jam-packed full of fun rides and activities for the children. There are also rides galore along the seafront with arcades that stay open in the evenings. A little train will take you along the length of the seafront. Here you will find Donkey rides on the beach are available. Punch and Judy play on the seafront during the summer. A short walk away is the Nothe Fort which holds events for both adults and children. Weymouth is well known for the Red Arrows display which happens on Carnival Day. You can watch the action from the beach and see the fireworks from the bay. At night, colourful lasers light up the seafront and the promenade. The Pavillion theatre holds regular live shows.