Russett Hollow Annexe is a 1 bedroom bungalow with separate entrance and parking. Situated down a stone track in the charming village of Church Knowle in the heart of the Isle of Purbeck. Far reaching views of the majestic Purbeck Hills, very close to the stunning World Heritage Jurassic Coast and in heart of Enid Blyton Country. Recently renovated to a very high standard. Bedroom, kitchen, shower room and lounge. Stunning views. Peaceful rural location. Courtyard patio, garden, decking and parking outside.
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Bungalow in Church Knowle, Wareham, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset, England - Peaceful Location In The Heart Of The Isle Of Purbeck
Amelia & John Coffen
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- 23 Aug 2018
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Would stay again
Quiet, comfortable and convenient for exploring the surrounding area.
Comfortable holiday annexe with lovely view.
We enjoyed our week in this clean and comfortable holiday annexe. It was very rural and peaceful. As there are only two rings on the cooker , self catering is fine for a week , but may be a bit more difficult for a fortnight! The site was steep, but the view from the living room was lovely.
There were many places of interest to visit locally especially Compton Acres (taking the route over the chain ferry), Corfe Castle, Kingston Lacy.
It was an easy journey to beaches.
Special interest holidays:
We have close links to the nearby Olive Tree Cookery School, where you can attend one day, or longer, cookery courses in anything from Sicilian Cooking to mushroom foraging to cupcakes to Summer Desserts etc. For an extra treat, you can purchase a delicious and beautifully presented picnic hamper for you to enjoy perhaps in the annexe, in the garden, on the decking, out in the stunning Purbeck countrysie or even on one of the many nearby beaches. The Olive Tree Cookery School have their own website with further details.
Nearest coast/beach is Kimmeridge 2.5 miles but the Isle of Purbeck is surrounded by the breathtaking Jurassic Coast, some of the most beautiful coastline in the country. From the sandy beaches at Studland, fossil hunting/underwater nature trail at Kimmeridge and the rock formations at Durdle Door/Lulworth Cove there is something for everyone. Nearby Poole Harbour has Brownsea Island, as featured in BBC Autumn watch, with it's population of red squirrels. Weymouth is hosting the 2012 Olympics.
Use of car/car hire essential. Bournemouth international airport, approx 25 miles away. Poole channel port approx 16 miles away. Nearby are Corfe Castle, Kimmeridge, East and West Lulworth, Durdle Door, Corfe Castle, Studland, Swanage, Poole, Sandbanks, Bournemouth, Weymouth and Dorchester. They are easily accessible by car. There is a mainline railway station at Wareham and the Sandbanks chainlink ferry at Studland. There is also a steam train that runs between Corfe Castle and Swanage.
Wareham 6 miles, Swanage 7 miles, Corfe Castle 2 miles, Kimmeridge, 2.5 miles, Studland 6.5 miles, Poole 16 miles, Bournemouth 20 miles, Dorchester 21 miles and Weymouth 24 miles.
A pleasant walk through the village takes you to the award winning New Inn pub/restaurant. There are many places to eat in Purbeck to suit all tastes and budgets. Church Knowle has a beautiful 13th Century Church and the Margaret Green Animal Sanctuary who sell teas/coffee/ice creams. The nearest shops are in Corfe Castle, including Clealls, the grocery shop featured on the BBC's Mary Queen of Shops with Mary Portas. There are two supermarkets and a good variety of shops, tea rooms, pubs, restaurants and facilities both in the nearby Saxon town of Wareham and traditional seaside town of Swanage. Wareham has the Purbeck Sports Centre with swimming pool, modern gym, all sports. Soft play, cafe/sports bar and even alternative therapies. There are cinemas at Wareham, Swanage and Poole. Purbeck has something to offer everyone from breathtaking scenery, sandy beaches, quality golf courses, fishing, horse riding, climbing, sailing, swimming, walking, cycling, diving, Swanage Steam Railway, Ancient Corfe Castle, Lulworth Castle, Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove, historic sites, forest walks, museums, Thomas Hardy’s birthplace, Clouds Hill (Lawrence of Arabia's cottage), a cookery school, farm shops, heathland, RSPB reserve and fossil hunting. Monkey World, the Bovington Tank Museum, Putlake Adventure Farm and the deserted village at Tyneham are just a few more examples of the many attractions close by. If, however, you don’t want to use your car during your holiday, Church Knowle is ideal if you like to walk or cycle as there are plenty of footpaths and bridleways to enjoy. A public footpath goes past the property that links up to the Dorset Coastal footpath. There are numerous footpaths from Church Knowle that lead to many beautiful walks with absolutely stunning scenery. Corfe Castle is accessible by footpath. Also, the film 'Nuts in May' was filmed in the immediate area with many nearby landmarks easily recognisable in the film.
Booking Notes: A deposit of £100 is required when booking. The balance and a £50 security deposit to be paid in full at least 6 weeks prior to start date. Security deposit returned within 7 days of departure – receipts provided if any deductions. Changeover Day: Friday changeover. Arrive 3pm. Depart 10am.