The property is situated in the delightful village of Broadwindsor, in West Dorset, in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area is characterised by pretty villages, delightful rolling hills with excellent walking. The village benefits from a community shop, a pub which serves food, and craft centre, all within walking distance of the cottage. The village is approximately 7 miles north of Bridport and 14 miles from Lyme Regis. The coast is the only World Heritage Site in England and is known as the Jurassic coast. There are numerous beaches a short drive away, including the National Trust's, popular 'Hive Beach'. There are a number of excellent dining pubs and restaurants within the surrounding area. These include 'The Riverside restaurant in West Bay and Hix Oyster and Fish House in Lyme Regis. The area has also been popularised by the TV series 'River Cottage' and the new ITV drama 'Broadchurch'.
Cottage in Broadwindsor, Dorset, England
- Calendar last updated:
- 19 Mar 2019
About Victoria Turner
We are a married couple living in Surrey with two young children.
Victoria Turner purchased this Cottage in 2005
Why Victoria Turner chose Broadwindsor
We loved the pretty village, it has a rural feel, but with lots of places to visit nearby. The cottage is within walking distance to the local public house. We liked the idea of being close to things, but not having to put up with the noise and traffic.
What makes this Cottage unique
The village has a great community feel, we are always getting vegetables offered from the local allotments. Our children love the beaches, there are plenty to chose from, even in peak season they don't get packed and easy to park. We love going for walks, both in the countryside and along the coastal path. Our walks normally involve a pub lunch! Dorset is a food lovers area. Lots of great public houses and restaurants, we find the food to be of a high standard and generally fresh produce. You cannot beat fresh seafood, with a sea view!
100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date.
Thank you - we had a brilliant stay - the cottage was fabulous
Homely but dated
The only thing I would fault is some instructions and manuals were out of date
Property felt like a home,very cosy
Warm and cosy
Lovely cottage in a super location - loved having the shop and craft centre (with excellent cafe) so close by. We stayed during October Half Term, the cottage was so warm and spacious and had pretty much everything we needed. Really close to the Jurassic Coast which is where we spent much of our time with our 6 year old. Lovely!
Excellent cottage in a beautiful village
We had an excellent four night stay at this cottage. The cottage is fresh clean and beautifully furnished with good parking directly in front of the cottage across the street. The village has a small general store, a craft centre (good English breakfasts) and a local pub (good evening meals and drinks) all within walking distance of the cottage.
Everything was great.
Beautiful cottage,we will try and go back when next in the area.
Thankyou for the lovely stay in your cottage everything was perfect
Lovely cottage in a beautiful quite village The cottage had everything in it that you might need for a good holiday beds very comfy and linen towels etc of a high quality If travelling to this area again I would definitely book here again Thanks
Various beaches are nearby being approximately 7 miles from the Jurassic Coast, which is famous for its fossils. There are beaches within a 15 minute drive, including West Bay, Hive Beach and slighly further a field, including Lyme Regis.
Mainline train station at Crewkerne (6 miles), with direct services to London Waterloo.
The nearest airport is Exeter (35 miles).
There is a ferry port at Weymouth (30 miles), providing services to mainland Europe, Jersey and Guernsey.
The cottage is situated within a village location in Broadwindsor. Bridport is 7 miles. Crewkerne 6 miles. Lyme Regis 14 miles. Exeter 35 miles.
Broadwindsor is a conservation village, in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is a pub in the village serving food, together with a community shop and craft centre, which also has a cafe. From the village there is great walking, up to Lewesdon Hill, being the highest point in Dorset and owned by the National Trust. Pilsden Pen is an ancient hill fort also walkable from the village and from the summit there are spectacular views over the countryside towards the coast. Beaminster is a small historic town having a number of interesting shops, including gift and art shops, bank and restaurants. Bridport has a wonderful arty atmosphere and also has a good selection of shops and has a weekly flea market. Larger supermarkets are available in Crewkerne and Bridport.
Booking Notes: For further details and for reservations, please email or call. Short breaks and possibly longer lets considered. Changeover Day: Weekly bookings run Friday to Friday.