A gorgeous thatched cottage in Chideock surrounded by boundless bucolic beauty, this property provides the perfect base for groups of friends or families looking to share an unforgettable adventure.
Found in a country village, this property sits alongside a lane running directly down to Seatown beach. Less than 1 mile away, you can walk, cycle or drive down to the beach and leave your car in Seatown car park. Spend lazy afternoons by the shore, taking in views of the beautiful Golden Cap. Or don your walking shoes and head up Langdon Hill less than 1 mile away and reward yourselves with jaw-dropping views. Upon your return to your home-from-home, sweet and savoury treats can be picked up the village bakery, as well as picking up all of your groceries from the village store less than 200 metres from your front door. Within 500 metres, you’ll find two pubs, both serving hot food and refreshing drinks or an award-winning pub is within walking distance in Seatown.
Step indoors and into the hallway. From, here a door to your left takes you into the lounge/diner while, straight ahead along the corridor, a step up leads to the downstairs shower room, stairs and kitchen. In the split level lounge/diner, this spacious room is home to a dining table and ample comfy seating. Dotted with original details, the room has a cosy feel and provides plenty of entertainment, with a TV, a radio and a selection of books. Light up the wood burner to warm up winter nights and gather the family around for a film or game of charades. From the lounge area, another door leads you into the kitchen. Equipped with a range cooker, a dishwasher, a fridge, a microwave, a kettle and more, the space is yours to cook up a culinary sensation. Up another small step from the kitchen, there is a spacious conservatory with another dining area and a stable door leading out to the garden. Sit in the conservatory with a morning coffee or relax for a while with a book in the chair. Accessed via the curved staircase are the property’s three bedrooms, including two doubles (one with an additional single bed) and another with two bunk beds. Also upstairs is the second bathroom which has a roll-top bath where you can luxuriate after a day of exploring. A fantastic traditional cottage as it is, the upstairs of the property has exposed beams and at least partially sloped ceilings in all rooms.
Outside, an enclosed landscaped, tiered garden can be found at the back of the property. With patio furniture on the lowest level and some small steps leading up to a garden bench on the top level, the garden is a lovely spot to drink in the sunshine. It also comes equipped with a BBQ and lawn areas. On the opposite side of the street to the cottage, there is dedicated off road parking available for up to two cars.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.