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Refurbished in the summer of 2011, this is a lovely property ideal for families or couples seeking tranquility, yet nearby to the dorset coastline and the city of Poole. This newly converted semi-detached mews house sits in its own wooded area and 3 acre meadow, reached through a gated entrance along a private driveway.
Furnished to a very high standard, Lulworth Mews comprises :
* Large decked area with outdoor seating
* Patio entrance doors to lounge diner with leather seating
* Flat screen TV with DVD player
* Games Console
* Dining table with seating for 6
* Kitchen with cooker, fridge freezer, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine
* Downstairs shower room
Upstairs leads to a further bathroom with shower
* Bedroom 1 has a double bed and one single bed and a juliette balcony opening out to the meadow. Also has a flat screen TV and wardrobe.
* Bedroom 2 has a double bed with wardrobe
* Bedroom 3 has a single bed. There is also a wardrobe
In addition to the outdoor decking area with seating, there is a separate BBQ area to the side that has further picnic seating provided, along with ample parking.
The heating is all electric which is included in the price except for the heating which is metered with the first £20 provided free of charge
Short breaks can be accommodated too (from two nights), but please ring for prices.
Also available at Woodlands is adjacent Durdle Door Mews which is furnished to the same standard and sleeps 6 people, and Woodlands Lodge ehich is a large house with 5 bedrooms all en suite sleeping up to 15 people. Please ring for details and booking.
*New for 2013, Hot tub hire! Please enquire for prices*
The village of Wool is 1.25 miles away, where there is a railway station (South West Line) running between Waterloo, Southamp[ton, Poole and Weymouth. Wool itself has several public houses with restaurants, post office, general stores, chinese takeaway, butchers and a chemist.
Lulworth Mews is located near to the famous Jurassic Coastline, with Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door to visit along the miles of jagged coastline and coastal paths. The nearby town of Wareham has a large supermarket, along with a weekly market and large number of shops. Within a few miles, you have Lulworth Equestrian Centre, Monkey World and the Tank Museum, further afield there is Corfe Castle, Bournemouth, Dorchester, Weymouth and Swanage. This is just a few of the places of interest in the area to visit !
Camping: In June, July and August 2013 camping will be available in the meadow near Lulworth Mews and Durdle Door Mews. This should not affect your booking in any way
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