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Self-Catering in Chideock

The Loft, Chideock, Dorset

The Loft

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The Loft is a high quality self catering holiday apartment in the centre of Chideock, Dorset, a historic village within minutes of the beach at Seatown and surrounded by beautiful countryside. Perfect for long or short breaks, whether you're looking for a walking holiday, a romantic break or a relaxing time by the coast.

The Loft apartment, which sleeps 2 people, is a newly created stone addition to the 16th Century cottage of Chimneys, equipped with everything you might possibly need for a very enjoyable stay. The apartment has been designed to be a home away from home. Amongst other items, the welcome pack includes a chilled bottle of white wine, coffee/tea/sugar and a bottle of milk so that you can relax immediately upon your arrival.

The village has a two pubs, a tea shop, a post office and general store, all within brief walking distance of the apartment. There is also The Anchor pub next to the beach at Seatown. Seatown beach which lies below Golden Cap (the highest point on the south coast) is made up of shingle and peebles with the cliffs behind layered with Jurassic fossils. Chideock and Seatown are close to Lyme Regis, Bridport, Weymouth, Charmouth, Eype, Abbotsbury and Burton Bradstock.


Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Apartment
Price Guide: £295 (low) - £525 (high)
Nearest Major Town: Bridport

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