Located in Weymouth, Dorset
The Oast House is a character holiday cottage converted from the old Devenish Brewery in Weymouth, Dorset, that sleeps up to ten people.
Converted from the old buildings from the days of the Devonish Brewery, The Oast House is now a superb example of designer chic and comfort built around its two distinctive malt towers. With a fusion of modern and traditional themes The Oast House certainly creates that "wow" factor for a special holiday.
The ground floor accommodation comprises of the master bedroom with super kingsize bed, walk-in wardrobe, en suite bathroom with bath, separate shower, hand basin and toilet. Bedroom two is a kingsize double and two single beds with en suite shower, hand basin and toilet. Bedroom three is another double. There is a central bathroom with bath, separate shower, handbasin and toilet.
Up to the first floor and bedroom four has twin single beds. There is a cloakroom with hand basin and toilet. The kitchen is split level in the shaker style and comes equipped with fridge, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. The dining area has table and chairs for ten and stairs up to the Minstrel Gallery where there is an additional seating area. The stylish lounge has a vaulted glass ceiling and has television, Sky and DVD player. The conservatory has patio doors leading outside.
Outside is the patio area with wooden benches and table and chairs. Off road allocated parking for THREE CARS ONLY in electronically gated secure residents parking area. Bed linen hire inclusive.
Weymouth is one of the UK's top holiday destinations thanks largely to its award winning beach. The sands and safe water of Weymouth Beach and bay are some of the finest in Great Britain and Europe. The views from the bay are spectacular, stretching across the horizon taking in the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline. The beach is regularly recognised as one of the top 10 UK beach destinations. Weymouth beach has received many accolades including the Quality Coast Award which rewards good quality water, well developed facilities and beach supervision.Read more
But Weymouth is far more than just a sandy beach. It lies on the World Heritage Jurassic Coast, the first such site in the UK. There are plenty of places to go out to eat and drink, from quaint pubs to harbourside restaurants. There are plenty of sporty options, many water based, and plenty of attractions such as Lodmoor Country Park, the Sea Life Park and Nothe Fort.Read less
Bournemouth is 35 miles away
Exeter is 52 miles away
Bristol is 56 miles away