This quaint cottage nestled in the beautiful village of Eype is ideally located on the beach lane and has a public house located right on the doorstep.
Set behind the village pub in Eype, this semi-detached Georgian cottage is brimming with charm both inside and out. Decorated in a tasteful nautical style, the light and airy accommodation features stylish pendant lighting, wooden flooring, rustic furniture and a feature Victorian fireplace. When you’re not enjoying an al fresco meal with a view of the Jurassic Coast from your fabulous decked terrace, take a stroll along the shingle beach or browse the independent shops and eateries in nearby Bridport.
Inside, a bright and spacious open-plan kitchen/diner sets the scene for tasty family meals, with a modern kitchen area, a sociable breakfast bar, a farmhouse-style table and a feature fireplace stacked with logs. For those chillier evenings in, the inviting lounge boasts an open fire and window seat overlooking the valley, together with a fully-stocked bookcase and a choice of board games. When the sun is shining, there’s no better place to be than on the private decked terrace, which looks out over rolling countryside towards the coast. There is designated off-road parking for one car.
Eype is a steeply-shelving dog-friendly pebble beach on Dorset’s dramatic Jurassic Coast. With a popular pub, restaurant and farm shop, it is ideally located for long walks along the South West Coast Path. Head west to reach the fossil-rich beaches at Seatown (2.5 miles) and Charmouth (6 miles) or follow the path east to discover Broadchurch’s West Bay (1.5 miles) and Chesil Beach. The market town of Bridport (2.5 miles) offers a good selection of shops and eateries while, further inland, the historic town of Beaminster (8.5 miles) retains a distinctive art scene.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.