Lavender Cottage ref: 333Whitcombe
Property descriptionA tastefully refurbished, semi-detached, 18th Century thatched stone cottage located in the ancient hamlet of Whitcombe. Set 100 yards away from the Dorchester /Wareham road, it overlooks the 12th century church where the Victorian poet William Barnes, friend and mentor of Thomas Hardy, was rector. The hamlet consists of stone and thatch cottages with a tithe barn and manor house. There is a large, enclosed rear garden with lawn, gas BBQ, terrace and fruit trees. Parking for 2 cars through five-bar gate.
Shop/Pub 1.5 miles.
Thatched Porch to Hall; double aspect Sitting Room with open fire: flag-stone floored Kitchen/Dining Room with dishwasher; Bathroom: bath with electric shower over.
Upstairs: 3 Bedrooms: 5ft double, a double and a single room with a pull out single bed stored underneath; Shower bathroom.
Central heating plus open fire. Wireless broadband.
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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: Easter, June to September and October and May half terms. At this property, Christmas and New Year short breaks are available to book from the beginning of October.
For more information please visit our Dorset Short Breaks Information Page.