|Minimum Stay||2 - 4 nights|
Thatched and built of stone, Coombe Cottage is a stylishly refurbished Grade II listed cottage built in Tudor times and retaining an inglenook fireplace and beams. Ideally located, facing onto the village green with views of the hills. The property boasts a delightful rear garden with garden furniture for al-fresco dining.
Sydling St Nicholas is rated one of the prettiest, small villages in Dorset with thatched cottages, chalk streams, ducks and a children's play area tucked away off the High Street. There is also an award-winning pub, the Greyhound, where you can enjoy a variety of fish dishes caught the previous day from the Jurassic Coast along with excellent steak and game.
Next door is Peppard Cottage, sleeping six guests should further accommodation be required.
This holiday cottage at a glance
Sleeps two guests. One bedroom and one bathroom. Inglenook foreplace with an open fire. Pretty, rear garden. Off road parking for one vehicle. Unfortunately, no pets allowed. WiFi. Minimum of a two night stay.
Thatched roof, exposed beams and window seats. Limestone floors and granite work surfaces in the kitchen. Oil-fired central heating. Electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer. Flatscreen TV and DVD player/recorder plus CD player and docking station. Garden furniture. Sorry, no barbecues due to thatch.
Attractions and nearby amenities
Excellent pub serving food in the village. A perfect base for walking and cycling with the Wessex Ridgeway Path running through the village There are a number of historic houses, gardens and golf courses nearby Lovely beaches such as Ringstead Bay are also within easy reach. Dorchester, seven miles away, has two railway stations and a range of shops, cafes, restaurants and supermarkets (including Waitrose) plus a sports centre.
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