Situated on a private lane in the village of Morcombelake is this delightful, two bedroom lodge offering stunning views over the surrounding countryside down to Golden Cap and the sea.
The Lodge enjoys its own, large, decked terrace and enclosed garden area which along with the open plan living space take full advantage of the glorious views and its' abundance of local wildlife. Furnished to a high standard the property is a perfect retreat for couples or families looking for a quiet hideaway with beautiful walking countryside on the doorstep.
A Norwegian woodburner completes the lodge providing for those cosy nights in. A haven for those looking for a peaceful setting within easy reach of the coast, the whole area is classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The South West Coast Path and Seatown Beach can be reached within a 20 minute walk with Charmouth and Chideock just 2 miles away. A regular bus service, within a 5 minute walk, goes to Charmouth, Lyme Regis and Axminster to the west and to Bridport, Dorchester and Weymouth to the east. There is a general store and Post Office in the village, together with a farm shop with its cafe and also the famous Moores bakery. Morecombelake is a small hillside village in West Dorset between Bridport and Lyme Regis, 1 mile inland from the World Heritage Jurassic Coast.
Please note: A maximum of two dogs are accepted. Dogs are charged at £20 each per week (or part week).
GROUND FLOOR (a few external steps for access)
Large porch - ideal for muddy boots and coats
Open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area with woodburner and lovely countryside views
Bed 1: Kingsize bed with ensuite shower room with walk in shower and w.c
Bed 2: Twin beds
Bathroom: Bath with shower over bath, w.c
Large enclosed gardens with lawns and seating area enjoying fine country views
Parking for one car
First supply of logs supplied
Linen and towels supplied - beds made up
Cot and high chair available on request
- HD TV/DVD
- Electric oven /gas hob
- Fridge with icebox
- Washing machine
- Gas central heating