Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
The views from Villa de la mer will take your breath away. Villa de la mer has 2 Sun Patios overlooking the sea, for al fresco dining and sun bathing. Property is situated on the promenade at the quiet end of beautiful Weymouth Bay. Villa de la mer overlooks the promenade, beach and sea. The beach of sand and shingle is ideal for families. Awake to the sound of the sea upon the shore. A magical place overlooking the sea. Villa de la mer is an ideal location for that traditional beach or walking holiday. Ideal for that early morning swim or evening stroll. Wi-Fi available with Dongle purchase or Free nearby 100yds.Please enquire.
2/3 bedrooms plus 2 bathrooms incl 1 x Shower Cubicle.
2 Private Parking Spaces
SLEEPS: 4 - 10 max
WALKS: Walk from your doorstep along the beach to Bowleaze Cove (800yds) for Beachside cafe,shop and bar, plus clifftop walks overlooking the sea. Walk along the Promenade to Weymouth Town and historic harbourside. (1 mile). (30 - 45mins walk). RSPB Nature Reserve behind the beach.(100yds)
BUS: Catch the bus outside the Oasis Cafe/Bistro, to Weymouth Town, Weymouth Harbour and the Isle of Portland.
LEISURE ACTIVITIES: WEYMOUTH TOWN AND HARBOURSIDE:
Shopping, Department stores, Boutique's, Cinema's, Cafe's, harbourside Pubs and Restaurants, Sea Life centre, Boat trips, Fishing and Ferry boat trips. Go Karting, Fun Slides, Promenade Train. Punch and Judy, Donkey Rides. (Summer) (30 - 45 mins) Channel island catamaran to Jersey, Guernsey and France.
Spyglass Inn: Pub / Restaurant with gardens overlook bay. (100 yards)
Oasis Cafe': Cafe/Bistro in bungalow complex. 30yds.
Sunray Inn / Smugglers Inn: Osmington Mills. (2 mile)
Michaelangelo's / Spice Ship Inn: Preston Village (1 mile)
Springhead Inn, Sutton Poyntz village (1 mile)
Fish and Chips: Waterside Park/Bowleaze Cove. (800yds)
Local Spar and Co-op Minimarkets. Preston Village (0.5mile)
Major Supermarkets Weymouth, ASDA, Morrissons. (1 mile)
Local Shop/Provisions/Souvenirs/PostOffice. (100yds Joys).
Surf Shop in bungalow complex (30yds Kayak hire)
First Floor: Family Room with ensuite (sleeps 4/5)
Includes 1 x 5ft Kingsize double bed plus 2 x Bunk beds (suitable adult/child) plus 1 x 2ft 6' Z-bed option.
Ground Floor: Twin bedded room, sleeps 2. can be made up as 6ft double if requested. Conservatory/bedroom 3 with single Z-bed option.
Lounge with Twin mattress double sofabed option.
2 x Bathrooms incl Shower Cubicle.
Open Plan Kitchen / Diner seats 6 - 10 persons,
Small Lounge seats 6 - 10 persons.
2 x Sun Patios.
2 X Fridges. 1 x small Chest Freezer, Oven, Hob, Microwave. Washing Machine, Steam Iron / board. 2 x Colour TV. DVD Player, Radio, 2 PicnicTables.
Services: Instant hw/ch /Gas/Electricity @cost £1 per person per day.
Beds made up with fresh Linen Hire.
Duvets,sheets,pillowcases @£8 per person.
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