New property opening offer - 10% for any availability until 2nd September. Prices displayed include discount.
Description and Location
New property - A delightful detached bungalow, quietly situated in a small private cul-de-sac in the picturesque market town of Beaminster. A cosy and traditional interior offers spacious, comfortable accommodation for couples or families. A particular feature is the wonderful rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with mature planting and a small stream running at the bottom. The heart of this popular and attractive Dorset town is just a five minutes walk away, where you will find a number of pubs, restaurants, tea rooms and specialist privately owned shops. Surrounded by stunning countryside and close to Lewesdon Hill, the highest point in the County of Dorset, the property is perfect for dog walkers, ramblers or trail cyclists. Beaminster is also home to the famous Mapperton House with its beautiful gardens. With the coast at West Bay just a 10-15 minutes drive, this is a wonderful base to enjoy all that Dorset has to offer, ideal for a relaxing holiday at any time of the year.
Please note: Supervision of younger children is required in the rear garden, due to small stream.
Lounge with dining area
Bed 1: Double bed
Bed 2: 2 x Single beds
Bathroom: bath with thermostatic shower over the bath & wash basin
Garage - ideal storage for bikes, kayaks, wetsuits etc.
Private, large lawn garden to the rear with mature planting and a stream running at the bottom
Parking for two cars
Linen and towels included - beds made up
Not supplied, please bring if required: travel cot, highchair
TV - WiFi - GAS COOKER - FRIDGE - FRIDGE/FREEZER - WASHING MACHINE - MICROWAVE - GAS CENTRAL HEATING - GAS FIRE
There's plenty going on in the pretty market town of Beaminster. Designated an important area of conservation, and also famous as the setting for Thomas Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles, this is an idyllic place to stroll and shop - and being located at the head of the River Brit's peaceful Hidden Valley, a memorable area known for its wildlife and water mills, means no shortage of glorious and tranquil walks to enjoy.
When it comes to food there's a plethora of fine choice in Beaminster, whether it's a spot of sea bass at the award-winning Bridge House Hotel or a good, home-made pub lunch at The Hare and Hounds with its gorgeous views of the Brit Valley. And if you really want to get out and about, there are events aplenty: Beaminster Festival of Music & The Arts, dog shows, food fairs, Easter trails and performances of Shakespeare to name just a few!
Prices and Availability
Short breaks are available outside of peak summer and school holiday weeks. If a property, during these weeks, still has availability 2 weeks before the arrival date short breaks will automatically become available to book online. If you are unable to find your required dates then please contact us on 01297 443363 or email@example.com and the sales team will be able to advise on any flexibility on the standard breaks.
Our standard short breaks are:-
3 nights weekend break – Friday to Monday (Friday changeover property) or Saturday to Tuesday (Saturday changeover property)
4 nights midweek break – Monday to Friday (Friday changeover property) or Tuesday to Saturday (Saturday changeover property)
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