A 17th-century former potter's studio, this coastal retreat is just the right size for solo holidays and romantic escapes, offering privacy, cosiness galore and excellent location.
In the popular village of Burton Bradstock, this romantic bolthole for two benefits from the best of all worlds. Close to the sea (beach 500 yards) and with easy access to lots of great local conveniences (shop 100 yards, pub 300 yards), you can dip in and out of lively streets and tranquil spots as you please. A 17th-century, Grade II listed property, this former potter's studio is ideal for a solo getaway or couples' retreat.
Step inside the cottage and relax as the quintessential English country cottage vibes win you over. Gorgeously mixing rustic features with modern comforts, you can sink into one of the cosy armchairs and thumb through one of the books provided or flick on the TV for some light entertainment. When it's time to rustle up some food, this open-plan space has a fully self-catered, equipped kitchen area with fridge, oven and hob, as well as lots of useful mod cons. Upstairs, you will find the property’s bedroom. Benefiting from lots of natural light from large, curtained windows, you can wake up with the sunshine and start your day refreshed and ready. Also, upstairs is the bathroom. Here, there is a walk-in shower, WC and heated towel rail, so you can wrap yourself in a warm, fluffy embrace. Outside, feel free to make use of the shared courtyard garden and enjoy the outside seating with some nibbles and glass of something crisp.
So close to the coast, you can look forward to gently strolling down to Hive beach and perhaps enjoy a glass of something bubbly and a snack at the famed café. Further afield, West Bay is only 2 miles away and well worth a visit. Take a charter boat for a new perspective of the coast, or for inland adventures, head 7 miles to walk up Golden Cap and take in magnificent panoramas.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.