Westhill View is walking distance to the quaint Upwey village centre and is centrally located just 5 miles from the County town of Dorchester and 4 miles from the seaside town of Weymouth.
Historic Upwey Village offers some lovely spots for lunch including the Upwey Wishing Well and Tearooms with its beautiful gardens to explore and The Old Ship inn and Royal Standard, both with great reputations for food and ale. When you explore Upwey village, you can admire the architecture with a mixture of quaint thatched cottages and stylish country houses. To experience the history of the village, St Lawrence’s Church dates back to 12th Century and is easily accessible.
For those that prefer to take in the beautiful scenery in this part of the county, Upwey is perfect for walking due to its close proximity to coast, meadows and hills. Westhill View is just a short drive to the renowned Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site with its extensive selection of beaches and many places to explore by foot or bike.
There are a whole host of attractions close by for the whole family, including the much loved Weymouth Sealife Centre and the full filled activities at Abbotsbury Swannery. For those that prefer musuems, both the Dinosaur and Teddy Bear Museums can be found in Dorchester, as well as popular attractions including The Odeon Cinema.
Both Weymouth and Dorchester offer an extensive range of cafes, restaurants and pubs and shopping at both independent boutiques, well known high street stores and supermarkets. Alternatively, the independent shops and restaurants at the Prince of Wales’s Poundbury on the outskirts of Dorchester offers further variety.
With its central location to both Dorchester and Weymouth with easy access to both the South West and London and its great setting surrounded by picturesque scenery, Westhill View is an ideal place to call home.