Close to the beautiful 15th-century church in the picturesque town of Beaminster, this cottage is perfect for a family or a couple seeking to enjoy Dorset’s idyllic countryside and stunning coasts.
This delightful two-bedroom ancient stone cottage is situated just down from the main square in the pretty market town of Beaminster. Nestled in a natural valley, the location is perfect for walkers and cyclists, with an abundance of trails leading into the surrounding countryside. With local shops and pubs 200 metres away, this characterful property is the ideal spot for couples or families who are looking for a relaxing holiday.
Step down into the cottage to discover a welcoming lounge with window seat, iPod dock and flame gas fire. A comfortable sofa and chairs make this cosy room the perfect spot to put your feet and paws up after a busy day of exploring. Two steps lead down into the well-equipped kitchen and dining area, where you might fancy rustling up some of the local produce you’ve picked up on your travels. There’s also a convenient downstairs WC. Upstairs you’ll find an inviting double bedroom with views of the village’s famous 15th/16th-century church. A second bedroom, with a traditional beam, can be turned into a twin or double as required – just mind your head in the eaves. The bathroom, with shower over the bath, is also on this level. To the rear of the property, you’ll find a delightful, private walled garden, with terrace, BBQ and gravelled area. A charming summer house offers a welcome spot to rest. Parking is available on the lane.
Set within Dorset’s stunning Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Beaminster is perfectly placed for exploring the spectacular Jurassic coastline. Just 11.5 miles away you’ll find Golden Cap, the highest point on the south coast of England - the panoramic views make it worth the climb! For something more relaxed, head to West Bay (8 miles), a harbour town which famously featured in the ITV series Broadchurch.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.