Located in Bridport, Dorset
Dairy Cottage is a holiday cottage in Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset, sleeping 4 this single storey dwelling is a tranquil location for exploring the Marshwood Vale
A former cow byre, Dairy Cottage is a Grade II listed single storey semi-detached cottage in the grounds of a farmhouse located in the village of Whitchurch Canonicorum. Set in the Marshwood Vale the countryside and setting are very pretty and you can sit out in the evenings planning your next day overlooking the lake and stunning countryside. The village has a friendly pub, The Five Bells Inn, is within walking distance and does food as well as a good selection of local drinks. The local church, Church of St Candida and Holy Cross, dates back to the 11th century and is unique in being the only parish church in England to contain the remains of an ancient saint. You are only a few miles from the World Heritage Jurassic Coast too with both Bridport and Lyme Regis within a short drive away.
The accommodation at Dairy Cottage is all on one level and comprises of a sitting room with dining area with wood burning stove, TV, DVD player, WiFi and French doors leading outside. The kitchen has an electric cooker and oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer as well as a range of accessories and utensils. There are two bedrooms arranged as a king size double and a twin and a bathroom with bath with shower over, basin and toilet. A cot can be provided upon request.
Outside is a garden with lake and seating area. Off road parking is available. Please note no children under 16 due to the unfenced lake. Your fuel, power, bed linen and towels are all included in the price.
Bridport is a market town on the Jurassic coast. The clay cliffs are abundant with fossils making the area popular with fossil hunters. Its most famous landmark is the view of the conical Colmers Hill with small clump of trees aligned with West Steet. Bridport has an arts centre, cinema, library and museum. The museum includes an extensive exhibition of the town's long history of rope-making and is open 10am - 5pm daily except Sunday from Easter until the end of October. Entry and access to all exhibitions is free. The Bridport Literary Festival has been running since 2005 and has played host to the industries biggest names. The Food Festival is held in late June at Asker Meadow and showcases locally produced foods for which the area is well known. The Food Festival week concludes with the Round Table Beer Festival. The town holds its annual carnival on the third Saturday in August.Read more
There are a large amounts of restaurants, pubs and cafes in and around Bridport catering for pretty much all tastes and budgets from traditional fish and chip dinner to breakfast at the Deli.Read less
Exeter is 31 miles away
Bristol is 44 miles away
Bournemouth is 53 miles away