at a Glance...
- 8 + babies
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- Close to Coast
- Family Friendly
- Dog Friendly
- Flexi Check-in/out
Bright, breezy, full of colour and with just the right amount of panache… this is an artists’ house.
The owner is a comedian and you’ll find her irreverent humour throughout the house.
The kitchen is our favourite. Open-plan, perfectly formed for gatherings and with enough built-in happiness that everyone will be smiling. Bedrooms are just lovely, the pictures are accurate. The garden is grassy and long. Dogs and kids alike will be charmed.
Walk 10 minutes from here to the beach and the village. Take the footpath by pretty Dane Stream.
Milford on Sea village is full of vim and vigour and the beach is sandy at mid-low tide. There are castles, crabbing, paddle boarding, wild swimming here too.
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Stay here for a big dose of happy vibes.
The open-plan kitchen is a maximalist style through and through. But it’s also orderly. Even the cups are lined up. The table seats 10, with a bench down one side, so you can add another seating place in easily. Toddlers will be in on the action too with a high chair provided for you.
Opening off the kitchen is the conservatory. It’s a kids heaven with masses of toys, big sofas, TV, board games and a giant box of Lego.
The sitting room is beautifully styled and has double doors that open into the long garden. There is a BBQ here and it catches the afternoon sun. Great for time out and relaxing after a hard day at the beach. In cooler months, then pile in here to watch DVD’s and warm up by the wood burner.
Art is central to the house. Creativity and colour beams at your from every wall. Modern oils, contrasting patterns and prints. The lighting here is interesting. Wannabe stylists (and real ones) will have plenty to Instagram.
Upstairs bedrooms are chic and smart. The main bedroom is a clear winner. It’s huge and has a sunken bathroom with, (and how wonderful is this idea) a TV that you can swivel around – so that can watch Netflix movies from the bath. Marvellous! If you still need more washing options, then there is a shower here too.
Next door is a small and very lovely blue double room. It and the other two children’s rooms share a cobalt blue shower room. The children’s rooms are charming. One darker and has a single bed with a pull out underneath it. One is larger and more girly with a double bed and views down the garden.
Dogs are welcome here. The owner has two little miniature Dachund so the dog containment options are excellent. Dogs are welcome in the kitchen area but not on the carpets please. The owners dogs use the utility room which has a tiled floor and is perfect for dog beds, prams, shoes and the general paraphenalia of beach and forest exploring.
A wonderful spot. Masses of toys and kit in the house. Walk to the beach easily. It’s sandy at mid-low tide. Forage for samphire from August to Sept on the Hurst Spit.
You are welcome to invite up to 4 others for a day visit to the house. So VIP meals for a loved one are easy here.
Families with people to spoil – especially good for VIP birthdays and multi generation family groups.
If you are organising a group with less mobile people then read our ideas (and tested excursions) here in our blog ‘Holidaying with less mobile folk? Here’s where to go, what to do!’
And if you are organising a celebration for those in their 60’s + please visit our blog post ‘Four easy ideas for memorable 60th, 70th & 80th birthdays’
£340 per night