Pepper Pot Cottage ref: 141

Winfrith Newburgh

Property description

This Grade II listed cottage is, as its names suggests, small and cosy.  A historic 17th Century 'Squatters' cottage it offers a wealth of beams and character.  Located on an unmade track that runs along the Winfrith Heath Nature Reserve, it is an annex of the owner's modern home. To the front is a south facing courtyard garden with views to fields and hills and is laid to gravel with flower beds, shrubs, trees and BBQ. Ample parking. 

Shop 1 mile; Pub 0.5 miles.

Stable door to Hall with space for coats and boots; low doorway (5ft) to double aspect Kitchen/Sitting/Dining Room with low beamed ceiling (6 footers beware), stone fireplace with electric flame effect fire, ice-box fridge and no washing machine: low arch and two steps up to; Shower bathroom.
Upstairs: large, double aspect Bedroom (double bed) with beams and reduced height in eaves.
Central heating and electric fire. Wireless broadband. No Telephone.

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Short breaks

Short breaks are welcomed at this property all year round, but are subject to peak time restrictions*.

For a 3 night short break save 30% off a week’s price (4, 5 & 6 night breaks are also available). Mon–Fri breaks are offered at 4 nights for the price of 3.

*A short break during peak times may only be booked within 2 weeks of the required dates. Peak times are: June to September, October and end of May half terms, Christmas, New Year and Easter.

For more information please visit our Dorset Short Breaks Information Page.