The Old Mill House

Swanage
Luxury Holiday Home

Tucked away in the heart of Swanage, this unique 16th Century, Grade II listed old mill house has, now a luxury holiday home has its very own original watermill and duck pond. An amazing, unique property.

Having been lovingly restored to create a welcoming home, characterful features are in abundance with original flagstone floors, oak beams and exposed stonework all adding to the unique ambiance.

On the ground floor you’ll find a large sitting room with comfy sofas and inglenook open fire. The dining room is a stunning space with views out onto the old mill wheel. The well equipped “cooks” kitchen is extremely well stocked and will meet all your needs.

The first floor has bedroom 2 with a king size bed, bedroom three has a double bed and the family bathroom has a bath with overhead shower.

On the second floor you’ll find the master bedroom with a king size bed and large en-suite bathroom. Bedroom four is a beautiful beamed room with two single beds.

The secret garden is delightful with trickling waterfalls, bundles of colour in spring and a private terrace with seating for eight. A perfect hideaway for a fresco dining.

With the Jurassic coast and all the amenities Swanage has to offer within a few minutes’ walk, this stunning property is a great base for families and friends alike.

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From
£979.00

Location

Located in the heart of Swanage, The Old Mill House is less than a five minute walk from the stunning Jurassic coast. The coastal walk, in one direction to Durlston Country Park and Studland Bay in the other, is a great way to blow those cobwebs away.

Traditional pubs and restaurants serving local seasonal produce and the sandy beach at Swanage Bay can all be found within walking distance.

Why not hop on the steam railway to Corfe and visit the fairytale ruins of Corfe Castle; visit Tyneham, the village evacuated during World War II; or wonder at the natural phenomenon of Durdle Door.

The Old Mill House

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