New property - an attractive, Grade II listed, period barn conversion quietly situated in a small, private courtyard in the picturesque Dorset village of Symondsbury.
High quality furnishings compliment the property's age and style which benefits from a wealth of character features including stone walls, exposed beams and fireplaces in the both the lounge and dining room. Spacious accommodation is set over two floors and outside there is a private courtyard with seating and parking for one car.
Within a short walk is the popular local pub, a great place to wine and dine and the Symondsbury Estate restaurant, cafe and shop. Surrounded by stunning countryside and close to the famous Colmers Hill the property is perfect for dog walkers and ramblers and those looking for a peaceful retreat with easy access to the Jurassic coast. Both the market town of Bridport and the popular harbour resort of West Bay are within easy reach and Lyme Regis is around 10 miles along the coast. A charming, quiet hideaway from which to enjoy this stunning part of World Heritage Coastline.
Please note: A maximum of 1 dog is accepted, unless otherwise agreed. If you would like to bring a dog then this is charged at £20 per week (or part week). As with most properties of this age some of the doorways and ceilings are low and therefore there is restricted headroom in places.
Lounge with fireplace & electric "woodburner" style fire
Dining room with open fire
Bedroom 1: Double bed with TV
Bedroom 2: Twin bed
Bath/shower: free standing roll top bath, separate shower cubicle, basin & w.c
Covered car port parking for one car (Measurements - L: 4.6m, W: 2.6m, H: 2.15m)
Private courtyard with seating areas
Garage- ideal storage for bikes, kayaks, wetsuits etc.. (also houses washing machine & tumbledryer)
Logs for fire - first supply only
Linen and towels included - beds made up
Not supplied, please bring if required: travel cot, highchair
- TV/DVD x 2
- Electric oven and hob
- Fridge (no freezer)
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- Electric heating
- Electric "woodburner" style fire
- Open fire