We stayed in the Stables self catering building. Whilst the surroundings are beautiful and the Burton Bradstock area is perfect for coastal walks we've stayed in better holiday cottages. We had an excellent break but...
To claim outstanding (see website) I think you have to be well-equipped in the kitchen and make sure that irritants (cardboard-like small towels, faulty dishwasher, microwave door that had to be pulled open, dead lightbulbs, bin not empied) are sorted. To us it felt like everything had been bought as a job lot at IKEA at the start but breakages hadn't been replaced. And as many people will be walking it would have been useful to have a place to dry boots and clothes.
All in all it's time for some improvement.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 4 and 5 star gold award cottages in the grounds of a country house retreat within walking distance of the beach. All set in 6 acres of tranquil grounds - beautiful surroundings, no noise from road traffic and easy parking - all within a picturesque setting. An ideal peaceful retreat to escape to. Take your favourite book and relax in the shade of mature trees or enjoy an outdoor feast using the barbecues provided for guest use.Norburton Hall gives you the best of all worlds with its secluded position away from roads yet conveniently placed for all village facilities. Cosy pubs with thatched roofs, open fires, real ale and superb local food are all within 5 minutes walking distance along footpaths or quiet lanes and the beach is just an easy 20 minute walk with a shortcut that takes you past the Church and village school. A good base for exploring the South West Coast Path and Jurassic Coast. Cottages accommodate from 2 to 19 people in total. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Norburton Hall Hotel Burton Bradstock
- Norburton Hall Burton Bradstock, Dorset