Sea Pinks Cottage

Portland, Dorset

from
£285
Dogs Accepted
Internet / Wi-Fi
Sea views
Parking available

A traditional fisherman's cottage with a contemporary interior

A traditional fisherman's cottage with a contemporary interior

At A Glance

The property is set over three floors with the orginial steep stair.
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Grading
4 Star
Property Type Cottage

Description

Sea Pinks Cottage was built around 1860 and is a fine example of a traditional fisherman’s cottage built with Portland stone.

The property has been refurbished to a high standard with the bedrooms offering views either towards Portland, Lyme Bay or Chesil Beach. Externally, the property boasts a secure walled garden, the ideal spot to relax and make use of the barbecue.

Sea Pinks Cottage nestles at the bottom of a steep hill in the historic area called Mallams on the Isle of Portland. Within walking distance you will find a selection of shops, pubs, cafes and takeaways. Be sure to take a walk around Portland Marina, this location offers some of the finest small boat sailing waters in Northern Europe. This location was the official venue for the Olympic sailing events in 2012. Portland also boasts Chesil Beach, an impressive 18 mile long shingle beach.

For a greater selection of amenities and attractions, the traditional seaside town of Weymouth can be reached within a 15 minute drive. Weymouth boasts a large expanse of golden sand, complete with Punch and Judy show and donkey rides in the summer. In Weymouth you will also find many shops, restaurants and cafes to enjoy as well as numerous attractions such as the Sea Life Park and Marine Sanctuary.

Sea Pinks Cottage was built around 1860 and is a fine example of a traditional fisherman’s cottage built with Portland stone.

The property has been refurbished to a high standard with the bedrooms offering views either towards Portland, Lyme Bay or Chesil Beach. Externally, the property boasts a secure walled garden, the ideal spot to relax and make use of the barbecue.

Sea Pinks Cottage nestles at the bottom of a steep hill in the historic area called Mallams on the Isle of Portland. Within walking distance you will find a selection of shops, pubs, cafes and takeaways. Be sure to take a walk around Portland Marina, this location offers some of the finest small boat sailing waters in Northern Europe. This location was the official venue for the Olympic sailing events in 2012. Portland also boasts Chesil Beach, an impressive 18 mile long shingle beach.

For a greater selection of amenities and attractions, the traditional seaside town of Weymouth can be reached within a 15 minute drive. Weymouth boasts a large expanse of golden sand, complete with Punch and Judy show and donkey rides in the summer. In Weymouth you will also find many shops, restaurants and cafes to enjoy as well as numerous attractions such as the Sea Life Park and Marine Sanctuary.

Relaxing

Living Room/Area
  • Stylish living room furnished with two sofas and an armchair
  • Features a contemporary living flame effect fire and glass coffee table
  • Entertainment is provided by a TV with Freeview, DVD and CD player
  • A selection of board games and books are provided

Cooking & Dining

Kitchen/Utility
  • Contemporary kitchen with oven, fridge/freezer and washer dryer
  • Complete with a range of appliances including a microwave and cafetiere
Dining Room/Area
  • The dining room has a dining table with seating for six
  • Benefits from access to the secure garden via double patio doors

Sleeping

Master Bedroom
  • Situated on the first floor
  • Furnished with a double bed, bedside cabinets, wardrobe and chest of drawers
  • Benefits from views over Portland
  • Please note: this bedroom is accessed via a steep circular staircase,so care should be taken
Bedroom 2
  • Situated on the second floor
  • Furnished with twin beds and a bedside cabinet
  • Benefits from views over Lyme Bay
Bedroom 3
  • Situated on the second floor
  • Furnished with twin beds and a bedside cabinet
  • Benefits from views over Chesil Beach

Bathing

Family Bathroom
  • Situated on the first floor
  • The bathroom has a WC, bath and double shower cubicle

Outdoors

  • The property is situated on a steep road
  • Secure walled garden complete with barbeque

Parking

  • Permit provided for an allocated parking space for one car only is just a short 5 minute walk away
  • On-street parking available in the area, it is on a first come first serve basis
  • In the area are two free small car parks again on a first come basis.
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At A Glance

The property is set over three floors with the orginial steep stair.
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Grading
4 Star
Property Type Cottage
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Overall Rating out of 5:
5
Based on 4 reviews.
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Walking (4)
Families (4)
Couples (4)
Pubs Nearby (2)
Pets (2)
Beach Lovers (2)
Rating out of 5:
5
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Sea Pinks

Brilliant facilities, wonderful site close to good amenities only downside was steep stairs and road outside and distance of parking because of 87 year old mother. We really enjoyed the property and having been part of a storm going through Portland only
By David Croft
5 people found this review useful

Sea Pinks Cottage

Overall we enjoyed staying at Sea Pinks cottage. The cottage was mostly decorating to a high standard.
By Deborah Stott
3 people found this review useful

Sea Pinks Cottage

We visited for a long weekend, two families each with an older teen. The cottage was wonderful with all its quirkiness including the amazing staircase. A true fisherman's cottage. The bedrooms were lovely and everyone agreed the beds were comfortable and we all slept well (which is unusual for two of us). Plenty of towels provided in the bathroom sufficient for everyone. Well equipped kitchen which we used for our cooked breakfasts. Small but sunny garden was put to good use.All in all a great location for walking and pub visits. Thank you!
By Joanne Christian
4 people found this review useful
Rating out of 5:
5
Great for:

Cosy cottage in good location

We stayed in Sea Pinks for 3 nights in a very wet and windy November! Despite the weather we had a lovely time - the idea was to relax and we could quite comfortably in this quirky cottage. It has a great location close to the sea front (you can hear the sea in the house!) and close to local shops and pub. We ate at the local Balti Indian one night, which we really enjoyed (very convenient just 2 min walk away), and also spent a great night at the local pub, the Cove House Inn. It's a proper old pub, basic pub grub, right by the sea. We went on a Thursday night when they have regular folk bands playing - it was brilliant to be in there listening to great music whilst outside was blowing a gale! The property itself is quite old with many quirky features, and it has been kitted out very nicely. I am 5 months pregnant and probably wouldn't recommend it to anyone much further along in pregnancy as it has a very steep, narrow stairway...my poor husband was terrified I'd slip and fall but I was fine. I was aware of this when I booked however, and liked the novelty of it! The bathroom is huge, and has a great shower. It was easy to warm the place up too, and the gas fire in the lounge was a bonus. The kitchen is small, but adequate. The dining area is great and would suit a larger group. There is also a garden...we didn't venture out there due to the weather but I imagine it would be great in summer and you can see the Olympic Rings up on the hill by the quarry. In all, it was just what we wanted.
By Keri Haselip
1 people found this review useful
Rating out of 5:
5
Great for:

Girls Weekend

Ideal accommodation for weekend away with the girls, bedrooms,bathroom & dining room a good size, kitchen a bit tight with more than one adult at a time, seating in living room very tight for 6 adults. Everything you need for a . Holiday provided. Good for family with children as small enclosed garden and a short walk to the beach just a steep walk back to cottage. Lots to do and see, a climb up the lighthouse a must and a lunch at the restaurant recommended. A visit to the museum is well worth it and good to do if weather not so good. Lots of places to walk and some fantastic views.
By Roberta Tucker
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