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Location Location Location! At Church Ope Studio you are on the coast path above Church Ope Cove

The Studio is light, airy and warm, with log burner as well as c.h. A comfy hideaway for two.

Four poster bed, comfy and cosy, perfect for that romantic hideaway or just a good night's sleep!

A deep cushioned leather sofa for two, ah relax after all that walking and sight seeing..

The Four Poster bed with " the most comfy mattress" and both subtle and reading lighting

Luxury double wet room, perfect after a day at the beach, walking, climbing and exploring

The kitchenette and dining area by the window looking out to sea framed by the old Lime tree.

Church Ope Cove beach below the Studio, clean water bathing, snorkelling, fishing, toilets, water.

Church Ope Cove is down 150 steps or a sloping walk through woods. Clean sea awards, loos and tap.

Historic 11th century Rufus Castle just along the path from the Studio frames a great sea view.

Ancient St Andrews church ruins & 'Pirates Grave' in the woods above the sea close by

The coast path runs East to Sailing Academy and West to Portland Bill. Walkers welcome award.

Portland is famous for rare flora and fauna on the coast path and here a Chalkhill Blue butterfly.

Climbing in the cuttings on the coast path. There are climbs for all abilities on this ancient wall.

Dawn at Church Ope Cove. A lone night fishing boat returns home. Swim into the sun - magical!

Sailing past the cove. This mediterranean blue snap was taken in late September.

So much history, so many stories and so much to see at Church Ope Cove.

Excellent water quality all year round at Church Ope Cove.

Herring gull at twilight snapped walking the dog on coast path back to the Studio

Autumn sunrise at Church Ope Cove

Sunrise outside the Studio looking to Rufus castle and the sea through the arch

October sunrise from Rufus Castle romantic ruins at Church Ope Cove

Church Ope Studio is your retreat on the Jurassic coast path above Church Ope Cove on on Portland

Sun shining on the waves at Church Ope Cove at midday