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Crossways, Dorset (Ref. 1074685)

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  • Sleeps 10

  • Bedrooms 4

  • Bathrooms 3

  • Pets No

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The property

Woodsford is this latest addition to Wakeling Island, Silverlake.

It boosts an impressive rooftop relaxing terrace with its own putting green and great views.

Woodsford is furnished in a classical British style with a modern twist to provide comfort and offers a great space for a large family or group, with the dining table seating 10.

Large open plan living with sliding full size doors opening out onto an extended decking area furnished generously for Al-fresco eating with airy views of the lake through the child-safe glass balustrade.

Go through the gate to your lawn area which leads down In the evening close the electric shutters and curtains and cosy up in the lounge area with the wood burning stove.

The ground floor offers an accessible double bedroom and a wet room, with large shower and toilet, both have been designed to enable wheelchair access.

Completing the ground floor is a large utility room with a sink, washing machine, a wall mounted clothes horse and a full size freezer.

The remainng three bedrooms are on the first floor consisting of Master Bedroom with ensuite shower room with access to private balcony with bistro style table and chairs plus views of the Wakeling Island Village.

King-size bedroom and a large bunk- house style children’s bedroom to sleep four children only.

Completing the first floor is a family bathroom.

Stairs from the first floor lead to an open air roof terrace with an impressive putting green for Golf lovers and a relaxing/viewing area. The entrance decking offers a bike rack for four and a boot rack. This property has ample parking for a least four cars, with a wall mounted electric vehicle charge point ( type 27 kw) available at the property. The perks of being on the Silverlake site not only include the charming and scenic surroundings, but the on-site facilities too; subject to prior booking and availability you can enjoy full access to the Activity Hub's facilities which are included in the cost of the accommodation, giving you free access to bikes, canoes, kayaks and stand up paddle boards during your stay.

Included in the cost of the accommodation is access to the Hurricane Spa - a superbly designed tranquil sanctuary where stress-free indulgence and relaxation is achieved from the moment you arrive.

There’s an outdoor heated infinity pool for some casual lengths, or take some me-time out for yourself at the spa and sauna.

Personal spa treatments are available at extra cost and subject to prior booking.

Shared facilities on site are available year round at the Hurricane Spa, roof terrace, gym and a ‘restful relaxation’ lounge for that post treatment ‘you’ time.

Head to the New Inn or Frampton Arms just two miles away, for a well-earned pint after an energetic day, or pick up some fresh ingredients from the village shops for some home-cooking.

Discover the amazing Monkey World, less than ten miles away in Bovington, where a host of incredible rescued primates live happily in an open-air animal sanctuary.

For more things animals, take a trip to the classic seaside shores of Weymouth and head to SEA LIFE Centre Weymouth, discovering a world of sea creatures, as well as being home to fantastic play areas for the little ones.

Walk the shores of the golden sandy beaches here, and delight in amusements along the seafront, taking in the coastal air with walks along the pavilion.

Visit the bustling town of Dorchester, where The Dinosaur Museum, Dorset County Museum, The Keep Military Museum and Roman Town House, are all great choices for a rainy day, allowing you to immerse yourself in the local history, alongside an excellent selection of shopping and eateries. Please note there is currently building works taking place on site Monday to Friday.

Sorry, no pets and no smoking.

Shop 0.5 miles, Pubs 2 miles.

Note: Children must be supervised at all times when outside due to lakes on-site.


  • Four Bedrooms: Ground floor double, First floor 1 x Master Bedroom with king-size bed and ensuite with shower, wc and basin plus balcony with views over Wakeling Island Village, 1x King-size bedroom and 1 x Children's bunk room sleeping 4 children
  • (Please note the bunk room is for children only). Ground floor wet room and first floor family bathroom with bath, shower over bath, wc, basin and towel rail
  • Utility room with sink, freezer, washing machine and clothes airer
  • Open plan with kitchen, dining and living area with woodburning stove
  • Gas central heating with woodburning stove
  • Electric oven, induction hob, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, fridge, freezer, TV and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Travel cot and highchair available on request
  • Off-road parking for four cars
  • Decking with furniture
  • Roof terrace with Fat Boy relaxing terrace and Putting Green. Decking with BBQ and seating for upto 10 people
  • The entrance decking holds a bike rack for four and a boot rack. Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 0.5 miles, Pubs 2 miles
  • Note: Children must be supervised at all times when outside due to lakes on-site
  • Note: The site is still currently under development
  • Note: Shared on-site facilities available year round just a short walk from the cottage, including a heated infinity pool, a sauna, gym, tennis court, multi-use games area, personal training, luxurious treatment rooms (treatments available at an additional cost), large relaxation lounge, private beach and a full-length roof terrace, and free self-service access to a range of: Cycles, (Adults and children’s) Canoes, Kayaks and Stand up Paddle boards

About the location


Puddletown 5 miles; Dorchester 5.9 miles; Weymouth 9.5 miles.

Once a major RAF airfield, serving an important role in World War II as a fighter base protecting coastal areas, the village of Crossways has been built on historic ground and settled in the south of Dorset, just a stone's throw from the shores of Weymouth Bay and the bustling town of Dorset. Within the village you can find several local shops and some pubs, including Spitfire Club, a lovely bar nodding towards the area's heritage. Discover more interesting history at The Tank Museum in Bovington, offering an amazing opportunity to see these large and amazing machines up close. Resting close by to the museum is a different kind of adventure at Monkey World - Ape Rescue Centre; this wondrous primate sanctuary is a must-visit for any animal lovers, set in an open-air animal park. Near to Puddletown in Athelhampton is the amazing Athelhampton House & Gardens, one of England's finest Tudor manor houses with well-kept Elizabethan style gardens, with this wonderful dwelling visited by the famous Thomas Hardy many times during his writing career. Within reach of the classic seaside town of Weymouth, under ten miles away, you can delight in walks along the promenade, beachside amusements and golden sands. Find the county town of Dorchester home to a great selection of shops and eateries, with history dating back to the Iron Age and some wonderful museums and attractions documenting this. Discover a wonderful Dorset holiday base when stating in Crossways.

Please note - This property sleep upto 10 - consisting of 6Adults and 4 Children in the Bunk Bed room
Note: Children must be supervised at all times when outside due to lakes on-site.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas