BEDROOMS - Double Bedroom (this bedroom has a King Size Bed and an ensuite shower room with a toilet) - Double Bedroom - Twin Bedroom - Twin Bedroom. There is a very spacious lounge/diner with a FLATSCREEN TV - DVD - FREEVIEW (VIRGIN) - FREE WIFI (subject to availability from Internet Service Provider). You will find a door from the lounge leading to the patio area. There is a separate kitchen with an ELECTRIC HOB - ELECTRIC OVEN - DISHWASHER - FRIDGE/FREEZER - MICROWAVE. This property also has a separate utility room with a WASHING MACHINE. On the first floor is a bathroom with a bath, shower facility and a toilet. On the ground floor is a separate toilet. This house has a large garden with a lawn area and a patio area and there is also a covered pond. In the drive there is space for parking three cars. Linen & towels included for holiday lets are provided by Resort 2 Us. EPC GRADE - C. A £300 refundable damage deposit is required for holiday lets.
This is a detached home which is located in the historic Mudeford area, which is a harbourside and beach-side parish. The house has the benefit of four bedrooms, a very spacious lounge/diner and a large garden. The property is just a short walk to Mudeford Quay and Avon Beach where fun days can be enjoyed at the beach.
Mudeford has an intriguing history of smuggling over the centuries and has a picturesque Quay. Its spectacular location with Christchurch Harbour on one side and the open sea on the other makes it a very popular destination for holiday visitors. A pleasant walk from the property will take you to Avon beach. If you walk along Avon beach you will find the Beach Hut Café, The Noisy Lobster café, shop, ice cream parlour and The Fish and Chip Hut. You will also find Mudeford Quay offering the ever popular family pastime of 'crabbing' from the quayside. 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. There are toilets, a café and a shop on the sandbank. 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 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. 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). Just around the corner is the very interesting Red House Museum and Gardens which is a charming Georgian building, built as a workhouse in 1764. Bournemouth town centre is also only a car ride away for high street stores, tourist attractions and lots more family entertainment.