BEDROOMS - Bedroom 1 - Double Bedroom with a King Size Bed, and an ensuite bathroom with a roll-top bath, sink and toilet, from the bedroom double doors open to a Juliette balcony that overlooks the back garden. Bedroom 2 - Double Bedroom, with a King Size Bed, which overlooks the front garden. Bedroom 3 - Twin Bedroom with two Single Beds and a small window. There is a shower room with a double walk-in shower, sink and toilet. On the landing is a cupboard with a TUMBLE DRYER inside. The front lounge has a 64" FLATSCREEN TV - SKY Q - NETFLIX - FREE WIFI is available (subject to availability from Internet Service Provider). Off the hall is a downstairs toilet. The property has a separate dining room. There is a modern kitchen with a RANGE MASTER ELECTRIC DOUBLE OVEN - WASHING MACHINE - DISHWASHER - AMERICAN FRIDGE/FREEZER - WINE COOLER. The kitchen has a small dinette room and the added benefit of a second lounge area with a FLATSCREEN TV - SKY Q - NETFLIX. Double patio doors lead out onto a patio area with a BBQ, a beautifully presented garden and large lawn area. This accommodation has off road parking in the drive for two cars. Linen & towels included for holiday lets are provided by Resort 2 Us. EPC GRADE - E. £500 Refundable Damage Deposit for Holiday Lets.
GAS/ELECTRIC - INCLUDED.
This beautiful family home, which has been tastefully furnished throughout, is in a smart tree lined crescent in Friars Cliff and is a short walk from the sandy Avon Beach (approximately an 8 minute walk). The house has a pretty garden which the whole family can enjoy, the children can play in the garden whilst the adults relax on the patio.
Avon Beach has been a family favourite for locals and visitors alike for generations, with its award winning beaches, clear waters and wholesome environment. If you walk along Avon Beach you will find The Noisy Lobster café, shop, ice cream parlour and The Fish and Chip Hut. And further along still you will find Mudeford Quay offering the ever popular family pastime of 'crabbing' from the quayside. The Quay is known for its eighteenth century smuggling activities and battle with the Navy. The Quay Head is a pedestrian zone and the hub of activity set amongst a cluster of historic buildings thought to date from 1695 including the pub ‘ The Haven House Inn’. Take a five-minute ferry-ride from Mudeford Quay and there is the unique beach huts on Mudeford Spit. In the evening in Mudeford you can enjoy a meal in the Upper Deck Bar & Restaurant with its stunning harbour views. Next door to the Upper Deck is The Jetty, the multiple award-winning restaurant, perched on the water’s edge. Also nearby to this accommodation is Steamer Point which is a 24 acre cliff top designated local nature reserve (LNR) that is situated between Highcliffe Castle and Friar's Cliff on the Christchurch coastline. Highcliffe Castle is situated on the cliffs at Highcliffe. Highcliffe Castle has been described as arguably the most important surviving house of the Romantic and Picturesque style of architecture. Christchurch Quay, a short drive away, offers access through to the riverside walks, park, café, Boathouse Restaurant, bandstand, children's play area and an exciting water play park and paddling pool which has many interactive features including water jets and sprays, a water play pump and wheel, channels and sluices as well as a paddling pool. On the Quay you can also take the opportunity to take the Ferry which runs regularly to Wick, Mudeford Sandbank and Hengistbury Head during the summer months (weather permitting). Bournemouth town centre is only a car ride away for high street stores, tourist attractions and lots more family entertainment.