Located in Beaminster, Dorset
Strawberie Cottage is a holiday cottage near Beaminster, Dorset, that has one bedroom sleeping two poeople in this charming 200 year old cottage.
Strawberie Cottage is part of a pair of charming 200-year-old cottages are peacefully located by an historic church enjoying stunning country views. Set on a working farm in a tiny unspoilt village visitors are welcome to explore the farm and wonderful walks over 60 acres of fields and woodland abundant with birds and other wildlife. Beach golf and coastal walking at West Bay (6 miles). Excellent village pub serving food 350 yards shops and restaurants in Beaminster 1.5 miles.
The accommodation at Strawberie Cottage comprises of a very comfortable beamed sitting/dining room with wood burning stove tiled floor and rugs. Beamed well equipped kitchen. Spacious conservatory. First floor: Double bedroom with 5’ four poster bed. Bathroom/W.C. (shower over bath).
Facilities at Strawberie Cottage include: Linen (duvets) and towels inc, elec inc, underfloor oil fired CH £15 pw poa, logs £2 per basket, 1st basket free of charge, TV, Video, DVD, Sky TV (family package), radio/cassette/CD, microwave, dishwasher, auto washing machine, cot, highchair, stairgate, hairdryer, parking, shared access to 60 acres of fields and woodland, garden area and patio with furniture. Unsuitable for the infirm and pets allowed – 3 dogs maximum.
Beaminster is a small town in West Dorset which retains a village feel and is located at the head of the valley of the River Brit. The town is home to the Beaminster Festival, an annual event of music and art. This is usually a 9 day event held in late June and 2013 will see its 18th year. Recently, West Dorset has been voted the most popular area of outstanding natural beauty by the readers of National Country Walking Magazine. Now you can explore the area in the company of Llamas with guided Trekking, Rambling and Walking Tours with UK Llamas based just outside of Beaminster. Or try your hand at disc golf at Whitcombe Disc Golf Course, where the British Open Disc Championship has been held. Just think of playing golf but with a frisbee! Famous faces you may see in the town include Martin Clunes who has now been a resident of the area for many years.Read more
For eating out there are several choices. Most notable perhaps, is the Wild Garlic which is run by Mat Follas, the winner of BBC Masterchef a few years back. For a quicksnack why not drop into the Ann Day Gallery and Coffee Shop, miximg art with a good cup of tea and cake.Read less
Exeter is 34 miles away
Bristol is 41 miles away
Bournemouth is 50 miles away