Set in the pretty town of Beaminster, this delightful 17th century listed stone cottage offers cosy accommodation for a family looking to enjoy the beautiful countryside of Dorset.
Peacefully located on a no-through lane is this 17th century, listed stone cottage. Inside, the cosy accommodation boasts exposed beams, stone flooring and a large inglenook fireplace that houses a wood burner, while across the lane is a stunning walled cottage garden, stocked with beautiful trees, shrubs and flowerbeds. A short stroll will bring you into the centre of delightful Beaminster where you will find a good selection of shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs.
Prepare tasty family meals in the cottage kitchen which, together with oak worktops, a Belfast sink and glass door overlooking the steam, contains all of the conveniences of home. Dine at the oak table next door that sits beside a well-stocked bookcase, of which there are many throughout the cottage. Cosy winter’s evenings are best spent beside the roaring wood burner in the lounge or enjoying a long soak in the charming Victorian free-standing bath. Three characterful bedrooms complete the accommodation. When the sun is shining, however, there’s no better place to be than across the road in the delightful walled garden. There is parking on the lane.
The historic town of Beaminster is surrounded by wonderful rolling Dorset countryside, perfect for long blustery walks before a hearty lunch in one of its friendly pubs. The dramatic Jurassic Coast lies just 7 miles to the south, boasting a string of charming seaside towns and resorts including the Broadchurch-famous West Bay (8 miles) and the fossil-rich Seatown. From West Bay, take a stroll along the golden beach that stretches some 18 miles all the way to the Isle of Portland in the east or head slightly inland to browse the independent shops and cafes at the market town of Bridport (9 miles).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.