An 18th-century thatched stone cottage set in a hugely picturesque hamlet, this property overlooks a 12th-century church and provides an idyllic base for rest and relaxation.
Only 2.5 miles from Dorchester town centre, a wealth of eateries, boutiques and attractions are in easy reach. The Keep Military Museum, 3 miles away, provides a great day out for all the family, especially on rainy days. 7.5 miles away, Sculpture by the Lakes is best enjoyed when the sun is out to play. For the perfect picture opportunity and breath of fresh air, head 10 miles away to Durdle Door – the world-famous limestone arch.
A family-friendly home-from-home, this property invites guests of all generations to immediately settle in. Come in through the front door and step into a hallway. Branching off into different directions, the hallway leads you to the downstairs bathroom on your right (equipped with bath with electric shower overhead)) and the lounge on your left. A hugely cosy space with quaint cottage vibes, the lounge has exposed beams along the ceiling and an open fire. Choose from a wide variety of books, games and DVDs, and snuggle into a sofa. Back into the hall, another door takes you into the light and bright kitchen, which will be a popular hub for foodies. It offers plenty of modern conveniences, including an oven with an electric hob, a fridge, a freezer, a microwave, a toaster, a dishwasher and even a washing machine. Sat in the middle of the room, a dining table awaits meals at home. Climb the stairs to discover the cottage’s three bedrooms, including one king, one double and a single. Also upstairs is the second bathroom, home to a walk-in shower cubicle and a WC.
Outside, a spacious lawn dotted with fruit trees lends itself perfectly to long summer afternoons. Watch as the kids let off steam on the grass and light up the BBQ for home-cooked feasts. For added convenience, there is also parking available for two cars accessed through a five-bar gate.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.