3 person S/C GF appartment with off-road parking, 1 dbl bedroom, lounge with bed-settee, fully fitted kitchen, own entrance, large communal garden, outdoor dining area. Includes 32" LCD TV, FreeView, WiFi, Washing machine, 5 mins walk from the beach.
1 Double Bedroom S/C GF annexe flat with off-road parking, lounge, fully fitted kitchen, own entrance and patio doors leading to a communal garden with spacious lawn and decking area. Lounge bed settee sleeps an additional person, and includes 32" LCD TV, Freeview, free WiFi. Fitted kitchen complete with oven, hob, fridge, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster. EPC Grade: D.
Bathroom features a bath, separate shower cubicle, toilet, with a door leading to a utility room fitted with washing machine, tumble dryer, chest freezer.
Linen & towels included for holiday lets are provided by the owner.
This a lovely apartment situated in the quieter Bournemouth suburb of Southbourne-On-Sea. Famed for it’s long and winding high street made up of traditional style independent shops, Southbourne is an ideal choice for people who want to enjoy a bustling, yet not over-crowded holiday experience. The apartment is a five-minute walk from the cliff-top and beach, and a two-minute walk from the local high-street.
Five minutes drive to the West you find Boscombe, home to the great romantic poet Sir Percy Shelley and his second wife Mary Shelley (author of Frankenstein). A mile further on and you have the busy seaside resort of Bournemouth. Fifteen minutes drive to the East and you have Hengistbury Head - A site of international archaeological importance, local nature reserve and site of scientific interest.
Attractions East and West are joined by a beach-side undercliff drive which connects the whole stretch of coast via Southbourne’s Blue-Flag beach. Enjoy a ramble, take a land-train, a ferry, or stay local and enjoy everything that Southbourne has to offer.
Local activities include tennis, bowls, water sports and the famous Fisherman’s Walk Railway. A functional railway connecting the cliff top coastal road, the promenade and beach.
And don’t forget the character of Southbourne’s local shops - an eclectic mix of independent eateries’ delicatessens, cafes, bistro’s, butchers, bakeries and craft shops, interspersed with homewares, hairdressers, and a main post office.