This beautiful cottage has maintained the elements of its past to offer an undeniably charming property loaded with character in picturesque rural surroundings.
At the centre of a pretty rural village is this charming 18th-century former horse stables. Brimming with character at every turn, the interior boasts vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, many pieces of antique furniture and wooden flooring, with a delightful fully enclosed garden outside. If you can tear yourself away, set out on foot to explore the stunning surrounding countryside, stopping for a bite to eat at the local pub (1.5 miles) on the way home.
Prepare delicious meals for the family in the sunny kitchen, which features pastel units, wooden floors and beech worktops, before dining at the table in the lounge/diner next door. With a vaulted ceiling, exposed trusses, shuttered windows and a door opening onto the garden, this is a fantastic room for relaxing both day and night. For rainy days there is a small library of books and a selection of games as well as a vast collection of DVDs so when you’re not snuggled up on one of the plump sofas in front of your favourite film, step outside to dine al fresco on the charming patio area. There is a private parking bay with additional parking outside the property on the village lane.
Occupying a peaceful location in the centre of the Dorset village of Briantspuddle, this charming property is surrounded by unspoilt countryside. The dramatic Jurassic Coast lies just 8 miles to the south, with its iconic natural beauty spots at Durdle Door (10 miles) and Lulworth Cove (11 miles) and the lively seaside resort at Weymouth (18 miles). The county town of Dorchester is 10 miles away, offering a wide selection of independent shops and eateries while, closer to home, there are plenty of pubs within 5 miles of the property, all offering tasty dishes to enjoy at the end of a long walk and many that are dog friendly.