Located in Wimborne, Dorset
Westerley is a holiday cottage in Sturminster Marshall, Dorset, sleeping 6 and pet friendly, a really spacious property with a home from home feel and close to amenities
Westerley is located in the charming village of Sturminster Marshall in a quiet residential location but just a 5 minute walk to a shop and pub. Sleeping six the house is very spacious and well equipped to ensure you get that home from home feeling. This is a great location to explore Dorset with lots of options to discover great attractions in all directions. The market town of Blandford Forum is close by as is Wimborne with the county town of Dorchester and its many attractions a little further drive away. Lots of coastal options to explore close by too including Wareham, Poole. Bournemouth and Christchurch. Attractions nearby include the Tank Museum, Monkey World, Kingston Lacy, the White Mill, Wimborne Minster and the Badbury Rings.
The accommodation at Westerley comprises of a sitting room with TV, DVD player, Nintendo Wii, WiFi, a selection of books, games and DVDs, table football and a pool table. There is also a snug, games room and a conservatory giving you additional options to relax in. The kitchen and utility area comes equipped with an electric oven with gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and dishwasher. The kitchen has a table and chairs but there is also a dining room with table and chairs for six. A cloakroom rounds off the ground floor. Upstairs there are three bedrooms, a very spacious king size double with optional day bed and en suite shower room, a double bedroom and a bunk room. A bathroom with separate shower, basin and toilet provides for those two bedrooms. A travel cot and highchair can be provided upon request.
Outside is an enclosed, lawned garden complete with furniture and a barbecue. Westerley accepts up to 2 well behaved dogs. There is plenty of off road parking available. Your fuel, power, bed linen and towels are all included in the price.
Wimborne Minster, more often called just Wimborne, lies about 5 miles North of Poole and is named after the impressive church in the town. Dating back to the 12th century the town is rich in character and the old and the new have merged together seamlessly.Read more
Wimborne has a large and well established market that runs on a Friday, Saturday and Sunday on the edge of the town to accommodate the size of the event. If you are holidaying in the area in November then visit the fireworks display which boasts to be the longest display in the county, an honour it has held since 2004. Every June the town hosts the Wimborne Minster Folk Festival which dates back to 1980. Highly regarded nationally, the annual event of traditional folf dance and song sees one of the largest gatherings of dance teams and musicians in the South of England and attracts over 20,000 people across the weekend.
Notable attractions in the area include the Tivoli Theatre, a fully restored 'Art Deco' theatre dating to 1936 which now shows the latest films in its 500 seats. Wimborne Model Town was built over 50 years ago and is a 1/10th scale model village that amazes its visitors from all over the world with its quality and realism. They also have an award winning sensory garden, giant chess, putting lawn, model railway gift shop and tea room. The Prists's House Museum and Garden is located in the heart of Wimborne and tells the story of East Dorset from the 17th century with 10 galleries to explore.
Once again you are spoilt for choice in the town itself and if you include the surrounding villages there are an even greater number of pubs and restarants can be chosen from.Read less
Bournemouth is 13 miles away
Bristol is 53 miles away
Exeter is 71 miles away