A luxurious property with space for up to ten guests to experience a special holiday in this most unique location just a few steps below the iconic 14th century St Catherine's Chapel with the Jurassic Coast only a short walk
Located at the end of a quiet lane from the centre of Abbotsbury village, you can stroll out of the front door to enjoy the popular village with its tea rooms, local pubs and shops, or the famous Chesil Beach.
Furnished and equipped to exacting standards, the cottage offers all that one would wish for on a luxury break.
With a choice of sitting rooms, the property is perfect for getting all the family together, and there’s also plenty of space for relaxing away from all the main activity in a separate snug.
The generous property has three super-king size bedrooms and two twin bedrooms.
The bespoke well equipped kitchen has a natural limestone tiled floor, twin ovens and an American style fridge freezer.
This then leads to the large, light filled dining space with french doors out onto the terrace and garden.
Outside, there is a covered dining, barbecue and games area.
Lawned garden, fully enclosed with private driveway, gravelled car park and covered parking for three cars plus an electric charging point.
A wonderful stay - Had a family stay in the Furlongs (6 adults and 4 young children). It’s the most outstanding property in the most wonderful location. We have stayed in many holiday let’s but this is by far the best. Would highly recommend a stay there.
Reviewed by the R.family
Furlongs is an Incredible house - we've stayed in quite a few of your other houses, many times, and this house is the best yet!
Reviewed by C.A.
Abbotsbury has a number of attractions to visit, including a Swannery, where you can see mute swans on their nests and feed the cygnets.
The Subtropical Gardens have won awards, there are lots of exotic and unusual flowers on display. The village also has a Children’s Farm where little ones can enjoy cuddling guinea pigs, pony riding, goat racing and burning off energy in the soft play pirate ship.
St Catherine’s Chapel was built in the 14th century and sits in splendid isolation overlooking Chesil Beach. The walk up to the chapel is well worth it, with views stretching for miles. Look out for the ‘wishing holes’ in the chapel.
Chesil Beach is a famous part of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast and only a short walk from the property.
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