This was a cosy cottage, very well stocked. The owners provided small packets of Dorset tea and even roasted coffee (a venture of their son's). Basics such as cooking oil, small container of milk and salt/pepper were aplenty. Living-Cooking-Dining area is open plan and small, but as I said, cosy and not at all uncomfortable. Cottage was very warm, the fireplace is tempermental, they did warn us, but we tried to light it anyway and the owners, though skeptical, brought us wood. The second bedroom has child-size bunk beds so if you are three adults, as we were, you might want to persuade the shortest to sleep in the bunk beds.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Four self catering holiday cottages and, new for 2013, a luxury B&B Suite. Set in a peaceful rural valley close to Dorset's fabulous World Heritage Jurassic Coast. Converted from stone barns the cottages sleep from 2 to 7 people (plus cot)and the B&B suite sleeps 2. Relax and unwind - listen to skylarks, watch buzzards soaring, walk direct from your accommodation onto footpaths and bridleways without going near a road. Full of character with woodburning stoves, thick stone walls, exposed beams - fully equipped - gas central heating, LCD HD TV's. ... more less