The Stonehall
Tel: 07919 551 491
Portland Chapel holiday home

Stonehall Estate

Overlooking Chesil Beach on Portland, Dorset
A robust and beautiful stone building with three linked wings - like a castle.
Sleeps 4 - 18 guests

Luxury holiday home in Dorset

Portland Chapel holiday let
Stonehall holiday home in Portland, Dorset
Portland Chapel holiday let in Dorset


Beautiful bedrooms, cosy sitting rooms, open plan kitchens and wonderful views - a stunning coastal home for a quiet weekend for two or a big gathering of family and friends

The Vestry sleeps 6-8, Stonehouse sleeps 8-12 and the Great Hall is the perfect space for entertaining

The Vestry and Stonehouse are linked together by a secret passageway through the walls. Our Kings street house is just a stone’s throw away in a quiet lane overlooking the sea. Each house can be let separately as an independent dwelling, or they can be booked together in any combination.

Stonehall; the Vestry, Stonehouse and our King street house - sleeps 2-28 guests.
Living room of self-catering holiday let
Bedroom in Portland luxury self-catering
Living room of holiday let in Portland, Dorset
Balcony and sea view
Pub in Portland, Dorset


Miles of spectacular Jurassic coastline. Beaches, big skies and water for as far as the eye can see
Beach view of Portland, Dorset
Cliffs Portland, Dorset


From rock pools to rock climbing - sandy beaches to sailing
Castles, historic houses and gardens too

Tennis, kayaking, sailing, cycling and kite surfing all within a stones throw
Children playing on the beach at Portland
Sailing boat
Standing stone pebble
Beach scene with children
"What a treasure……we loved it"

"We had the most wonderful time and would love to return in the summer"

"Stonehouse is just spectacular…….probably the nicest stay we have ever had"

"We were enthralled by the views….and the art on the walls is better than you see in most galleries"
"An extraordinary party space"

"Just magical"

"We loved Portland - a real working place - we loved the beach over the road and the little beach at Church Ope. We saw lizards, butterflies and birds"