This charming Grade II-listed stone cottage, with a magnificent backdrop of Colmers Hill, is perfect for a small family or group of friends looking to explore the Dorset coast and countryside.
With the magnificent backdrop of Colmers Hill, a famous landmark in the west of Dorset, and set within a row of pretty, thick-walled stone cottages, this two-bedroom Grade II-listed cottage provides a perfect peaceful getaway for four. Its location on a no-through road leading to a pathway which climbs the hill makes for a serene and tranquil environment. It’s ideally placed for exploring the surrounding countryside and coast, with the local pub just 200 metres away and parking for the property in the lane at the front.
This delightful stone cottage is beautifully furnished throughout and is a light and restful environment with great attention to detail and some elegant touches throughout. The lounge/diner has wooden flooring and the kitchen is compact but stylish and complete with a butler’s sink. Upstairs are two appealing bedrooms, one king-size and one double, with a separate bathroom with a shower over the bath. Outside, the property has four stone steps up to the thatched porch and to the rear is a delightful south-facing courtyard garden with a patio, raised beds of shrubs and flowers, and outdoor furniture to enjoy a meal alfresco with views of Colmers Hill. Where better to spend a relaxing evening with a glass of wine?
The seaside resort of West Bay, made famous by the ITV drama Broadchurch, is just over 3.5 miles away and is home to a wide selection of cafes, restaurants, ice cream parlours and takeaway shops. Its iconic golden cliffs guard the shingle beach, which stretches 18 miles to the Isle of Portland in the east. Or visit the market town of Bridport just 1.5 miles away, offering a good selection of shopping and dining facilities, while the beautiful surrounding countryside is peppered with charming village pubs.