Sanjernin is a comfortable detached bungalow a short distance from the town centre and beach of Swanage. Swanage is a popular seaside resort which has a good variety of high street shops, restaurants and curiosity shops. The beach at Swanage has a gently shelving sandy shore and clear water that has won the prestigious European Blue Flag award. Surrounding Swanage is the Purbeck Hills and coastline an area popular with walkers and people who enjoy outdoor life. Step back in time as you travel along on the Swanage steam railway, marvel at the scenery from the top of Corfe Castle, walk around the old Saxon walls of Wareham to the quay and perhaps take a boat trip to Poole harbour. The surfers bay of choice when the seas suit is nearby Kimmeridge Bay, for those seeking sandy dunes to hide in Studland beach is idyllic. The National Trusts' Brownsea Island is a perfect location for a picnic; catch a boat from Poole Harbour for a special day out. The nearby attractions of Bovington Tank Museum and Monkey World are all in easy reach of the property. Shoppers are attracted to the major outlets in Poole and Bournemouth via the Studland chain ferry. The Swanage area and it surrounds is rich in leisure pursuits and tourist activities, from genteel walks to lazy days on the beach Sanjernin is an ideal property for young and old.
Accommodation: Steps up from parking area: Kitchen. Lounge/diner. Bedroom 1, double bed. Bedroom 2, 1 double bed and 1 single bed, ensuite with bath, hand basin and toilet. Family bathroom, bath with shower over, hand basin and toilet.
Services in addition to standard equipment: Gas central heating, Fridge / freezer, washing machine, DVD player, video player, CD music system. Cot. Bed linen included. Off road parking in back lane for 1 car.
From whichever direction you are travelling you will need to get on to the A351 Wareham to Swanage road. As you enter Swanage you will be on Valley Road, passing Swanage College on your left. please start to slow down as you will need to take the first right after the newly built Emmanual Baptist Church into Kings Road West.