Nestled in the grounds of a large house on the outskirts of Worth Matravers, this charming cottage offers a peaceful hideaway in the stunning Dorset countryside.
Retreat to this gorgeous stone cottage on the edge of the village of Worth Matravers, on Dorset’s Isle of Purbeck peninsula. A rural idyll for two, plus one very happy dog, this pretty, one-bedroom property is ideally situated for long country and coastal walks. Follow the Priests Way into Swanage, 3.5 miles away, or head down to the Jurassic Coast to pick up the South West Coast Path and hike 6 miles round to Kimmeridge Bay.
This bijou property has been carefully designed to reveal a wealth of character while offering comfortable and welcoming accommodation. Find its open-plan interior has beautiful exposed stone walls and a stylish country cottage appeal. Step in to discover a kitchen area, with a fridge with ice compartment, microwave, electric oven and hob, and dishwasher. Prepare romantic meals then dine in the sunshine, with the French doors open. Relax on the sofa to take in the views towards the sea or to watch TV or a DVD. As dusk falls head through to the sumptuous bedroom area, with its king-size bed and en-suite shower room, with WC. On balmy mornings enjoy breakfast out in the sunshine. Take a few stone steps down into the south-facing garden. Light the BBQ here in the evening, pour yourself a glass of chilled wine and gaze out at the views. This cottage comes with parking for one car.
Wander over to the pub in Worth Matravers whenever you fancy a break from cooking. Drive 4 miles to Castle Corfe to potter in interesting shops and choose between more restaurants. Visit the ruins of the castle, built by William the Conqueror. Book a round ticket on the heritage railway to Swanage and back. Pause in Swanage to swim from the sandy beach, take a fishing trip or go paddleboarding.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.