Cottage in Chedington, Nr. Beaminster, West Dorset, England
No pets on furniture or upstairs please.
Garden unenclosed - supervise very young children.
Minimum age of primary renter:25
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
Cozy cottage in a great location
This is a beautiful cottage in a stunning location, convenient for accessing many of the local attractions.
Everything was as posted and the cottage had everything we needed.
Great cottage and location
The cottage has every convenience you could wish for to have a great base for a great holiday. Location is superb as equal distance from coastal and countryside attractions
Lovely house in village. Very quiet location.
House is in a very small quiet village. Very comfortable furnishings and beds. Fully equipped kitchen with aga. Lovely and clean. Lots of outside seating areas, great for eating breakfast/dinner and listen to the birds . Tv, DVD, music centre, books and films to read and watch are there for you to use.
So relaxing we extended our stay.
Gorgeous house with a relaxing atmosphere. Stunning views from the bedrooms and as you walk through the very quiet village.
The house is very spacious and has everything you need. The office was very useful for the occasions I needed to work.
The bed in the Master bedroom was huge and very comfortable. The range in the kitchen was easy to use and very walming as the weather got chillier!
Lovely location and pub 5 minutes walk served good food with friendly staff.
Thank you so much! We're delighted that you enjoyed our cottage and its surroundings, and that you found everything you needed. We love it too!
Lovely well kept property
Great place, very peaceful location
Well appointed, comfortable and quietly situated.
Another relaxing stay in this lovely cottage, thank you Felicity.
Jurassic Coast was UK's first national World Heritage Site. It covers 95 miles of stunning coastline including rocks spanning 185 million years of Earth's history. Area provides A-1 hiking & rich exploration opportunities for fossil enthusiasts. As well as pebbly beaches, there are many suitable for swimming & picnicking, closest being Burton Bradstock, 20 mins from Chedington. Fishing, scuba diving & sailing are enjoyed at West Bay & Weymouth, site of 2012 Summer Olympics sailing competition.
Chedington is 20 mins from A303 route linking M3 & A30 to the West Country. Use of car is recommended, although rail links are good (Crewkerne or Yeovil to London = 2 hrs 20 mins with fares reasonable if booked in advance or at off-peak). Central London by car = 3 hours. Heathrow airport = 2 hours. Bristol international airport = 1½ hour. Bournemouth international airport = 1¼ hour. Poole Ferries to France = 1 hour. Weymouth Ferries = ¾ hour. Portsmouth Ferries = 1¾ hour. Southampton =1½ hour.
Nearest village with shop/Post Office is Mosterton, 2 miles away (good for milk, bread, newspapers, etc.). Crewkerne, 10 mins, has new Waitrose supermarket, & LIDL. Excellent butcher, several banks, public library, Boots chemists, coffee shops, delicatessen, hardware, gift shops, & several well stocked thrift shops are also there, and an open air market - with French stalls - in summer. Beaminster, 3 miles, is a picturesque small town with character...and numerous shops, including upmarket gifts & clothing, Aveda hair salon & small Co-Op grocery store. Bridport, on sea, 20 min, has Waitrose & Morrisons supermarket & is an interesting town to explore with great variety of shops, boutique restaurants & pubs. From here you can easily access West Bay, Burton Bradstock beaches & Eype. Sherborne, 30 mins, is an ancient & picturesque town featuring superb Abbey Church & renowned schools, & is known for its many antiques & fine art shops. Yeovil, 20 minutes, is a largish town with Tesco supermarket & all name brand shops – Laura Ashley; Marks & Spencer; Body Shop; etc. Dorchester, 30 minutes, is historic County capital & market town with main shops as per Yeovil & excellent museum. Restaurants: this part of Dorset is a ‘foodie’ heaven, home to several TV chef personalities - Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s River Cottage is near Axminster, 20 minutes, & Lesley Waters runs her cookery school in nearby Minterne Magna. Other recommended restaurants include: Bridge House Hotel restaurant & brasserie in Beaminster; Riverside Café, West Bay, serving first class seafood; Acorn Inn, Evershot; Little Barwick House near Yeovil; & the Hive Beach Café at Burton Bradstock. And there are also many characterful pubs in the area. Check out the Good Pub Guide. A recent copy is available at Court Cottage.