Take time out to relax in this traditional stone cottage, waking up to birdsong and countryside views over the rooftops. Once up and about, stretch your legs with a long walk or cycle ride through beautiful rolling countryside.
This charming property has recently been refurbished and is set in the heart of the small village of Bradford Peverell, which wouldn’t look out of place on picture postcards, with its pretty character properties and rolling countryside surrounds. There are rural walks and footpaths to explore from the doorstep, or enjoy a walk into the next village, Stratton, where you will find a traditional pub. For younger children there is children's play area within a few minutes walk from the cottage and for cycling enthusiasts the cottage is set right on the Frome Valley Cycle Trail. A short drive will take you to the county town of Dorchester, where there is an excellent choice of amenities and plenty to keep you entertained, including museums, cinemas and a bustling high street. Head southwest and visit the market town of Bridport, the cobbled streets of Lyme Regis or perhaps laze on the beach at Charmouth. With the spectacular Jurassic Coast within easy reach there is no shortage of things to do here.
Cross over the lane from the parking area to the entrance into this terraced property. Step into the inviting lounge, which has many original features including flagstone floors, a pretty window seat and a wonderful inglenook fireplace complete with a cosy wood burner. This charming room is the ideal spot to relax with a good book or perhaps curl up with your four-legged friend and watch a film on the TV which also has Google Chromecast, or listen to your favourite tunes via the Bluetooth speaker. Head next door into the galley style kitchen which is well-equipped with an electric double oven and hob, large fridge with freezer compartment, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and a small breakfast bar. There is a comfortable sunroom with dining space adjacent, perfect for relaxed meals for four. Leading on through the dining area you will find the contemporary shower room with shower and WC. Heading back into the lounge you will find a door leading to a set of winding cottage style stairs up to the first floor. Here you can relax in the spacious double bedroom to the front of the house which has a feature fireplace. Completing the accommodation is a pretty twin room with exposed beams and wonderful views over the rooftops and countryside beyond.
Heading outside from the sunroom you will find an enclosed courtyard area to the rear of the cottage, which has garden furniture, ideal for al fresco drinks and dining. Off-road parking for two cars is available to the front of the cottage, just across the lane.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.