Located in Sutton Poyntz, Dorset
The Courthouse is a holiday cottage located in Sutton Poyntz, Dorset, offering spacious accommodation and sunny enclosed garden.
The Court House is a well presented, spacious character detached property with a sunny, enclosed rear garden making it ideal for pets. The Court House is so named as it housed, in medieval times, the court when Sutton Poyntz was the local regional centre. Sutton Poyntz retains the street plan and many of the stone house from this period and from when it formed the inspiration for "Overcombe" in Thomas Hardy's "The Trumpet Major".
The downstairs accommodation comprises of a hallway, a cloakroom with toilet and basin, a large kitchen diner which includes fridge, freezer, dishwasher, tumble dryer and washing machine. The lounge has double French doors leading to the enclosed rear garden which comes complete with table and chairs.
Upstairs leads you to bedroom one, a kingsize double with en-suite shower room. Bedroom two is a twin and bedroom three can either be set up as a king size double or another twin with two single 2ft 6 inch beds. The family bathroom is also on the first floor with shower over bath, hand basin and toilet.
The Court House has off road parking for two cars and linen hire is inclusive.
If you thought about the quintessential English village you may well have found it in Sutton Poyntz. With many old thatched cottages, a pond with bench seats under the weeping willows with ducks expectantly waiting for some bread to be thrown, a village hall and a church hall and a pub, The Sprinhead, Sutton Poyntz has everything you would expect. It has existed since about 100 years before the Norman Conquest.Read more
Aside from The Sprinhead pub in the heart of the village there are two other pubs within walking distance, The Spice Ship and The Bridge. Being pretty much on the edge of Weymouth, however, you will never have a problem with choice - the possibilities are almost endless. There are no shops actually in Sutton Poynts but two convenience stores very close by along Preston Road.
There are many events organised throughout the year from plant sales and a scarecrow competition to a village barbecue and a cream tea afternoon. If you need to work off some calories after such an event there are plenty of walks on your doorstep with great views over the Osmington White Horse and the Jurassic Coastline along the Dorset coast.Read less
Bournemouth is 32 miles away
Exeter is 53 miles away