Historic Stay In Dorset

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  • #Seaside
  • #Family
  • #Self Catering
  • #Historic
  • #Wifi
  • #Luxury

£1,535.00 to $6045 per week as of 24/10/2023

HISTORIC STAY IN DORSET - Sundial is a beautiful Grade II listed townhouse steps from the beach in Lyme Regis, Dorset. With its enviable seafront location, dazzling views and 5 inviting bedrooms, this is a wonderful option for a group get-together by the sea! The charming building is full of gorgeous arts-and-crafts original features, wooden floors and beautiful one-off pieces! Sleeps 10

The highlights
Grade II listed Arts and Crafts house with gloriously relaxed interiors.
Located right on the seafront you can enjoy dazzling views over Lyme Bay and beyond.
The beautiful kitchen boasts a Smeg fridge, large Aga and a fabulous bay window that perfectly frames the picture-perfect view.
Situated in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and part of the UNESCO World heritage site - locations don’t get much better.
The interiors gloriously combine one-off pieces, original wooden floors and relaxed styling.

You should know
The layout lends itself to families or close friends, with some rooms interconnecting.
Prices are based on a minimum stay of 3 nights with a changeover day of Friday or Monday. However, we are flexible, so please get in touch if you require alternative dates.

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