Talk to someone today who has visited all of our holiday cottages in Dorset. Our service is a personal service-every single holiday cottage we offer in our portfolio has been visited. Our guest consultants can provide first-hand advice and a friendly, knowledgeable, local service. We have handpicked self-catering vacation cottages, available for the season 2020.
Our holidays at Dorset cottage have something special to offer. Our vacation homes feature four-poster beds, open fires, panoramic views of the sea, a fun family vacation close to the beach, a luxury lodge, or just quiet rural seclusion. Our cottages are open all year round and are ideal for a short spring break. Our offices are locally based in Weymouth and Corfe Castle. Our staff will be able to provide advice on all the attractions and events as well as cottage facilities.
Dorset is a fabulous county, and their cottages are Fabolous, offering some of the best rural landscapes and a dramatic coastline. The Jurassic Coast, which extends from East Devon to Poole, has been declared a World Heritage Site and is a place of true natural beauty where you can discover all sorts of fossils as well as natural wonders such as Durdle Door’s iconic arch, Old Harry Rocks’ chalk stacks as well as Purbeck Island and Portland Bill.
Venture from your self-catering cottage to the old Corfe Castle and Sherborne Old & New Castles for those with a love of history, and add a royal twist to your Dorset holiday. None of our holiday lets supply the complete base from which to explore the sandy Studland Bay shores of the glorious countryside sprinkled with quaint villages and towns.
Dorset is also a foodie heaven with plenty of local farmers ‘ markets and cookery schools as well as enough vacation cottages where you can cook up a storm to create holiday favorites. Fish and chips by the sea and forest picnics all add to Dorset’s fun.
The lovely cottage Chideock and Seatown are both within a mile and have a great selection of pubs that serve meals. There are miles of beautiful walks to enjoy nearby including along the stunning Jurassic Coast coastal footpaths. Visit the nearby West Bay harbor and beach which is home to Golden Head. Other easily reachable beaches include the Seatown, Type, Charmouth, Chesil Beach, and Hive Beach. On these beaches, there is plenty to do including fossil hunting, crabbing, swimming, fishing, and boat trips.
Bridport’s vibrant Georgian market town is only three miles away and has an abundance of separate shops, pubs, restaurants, official markets and is known as the gateway to the prehistoric Jurassic Coast of Dorset – a World Heritage Site. You can head inland to Forde Abbey (14 miles), Pilsdon Pen (7.5 miles), and Lewesdon Hill (8 miles).
There is an entrance hallway, useful for coats and boots when entering this light and stylish holiday home. A half-step flight takes you down to the bright, tastefully furnished open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. With plenty of attractive seating, the lounge is an ideal place to relax with a TV / DVD to enjoy a movie at night. There is also a charming dinner.
It is fully equipped with everything you might need including an oven, refrigerator, freezer, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine, and dryer.
From here a door leads back up to the entrance hall into a comfortable bedroom with a double bed and a single bed. Another half-staircase leads you to a spacious double bedroom with beautiful views.