Large Cottages Dorset

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    This end-terrace cottage dates back to 1792 and is set in the village of Preston, one mile from Weymouth. Ground floor bedroom, pet-friendly, enclosed garden. (Ref. 940157)

    7 nights from £290

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    Attractive semi detached holiday home, residential area on the edge of Weymouth. Well equipped and furnished. Pet friendly. WiFi. Local facilities nearby. Close to beach. Weymouth 1mile. (Ref. 932957)

    7 nights from £334

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    A lovely semi-detached cottage in the conservation area of the attractive Dorset waterside town of Wareham. Woodburner. WiFi. Enclosed garden. (Ref. 931090)

    7 nights from £352

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    Pretty Victorian terraced cottage in the West Dorset village of Bothenhampton, between Bridport and the Jurassic Coast. Comfortably furnished, well-equipped. WiFi. Pet-friendly. Enclosed terraced garden with rural views. Bridport 1.2 miles. (Ref. 928137)

    7 nights from £331

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    Delightful single-storey rural North Dorset barn conversion. Set in 10 acres of lovely grounds on the edge of Fontmell Magna village. Woodburning stove and en-suite. Shaftesbury 4 miles. (Ref. 918681)

    7 nights from £320

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    Charming, well-presented Grade ll listed, 15th century characterful hamstone cottage in Somerset village of Montacute. Wealth of original features. Woodburning stove. Four poster bed. Yeovil 4 miles. (Ref. 915230)

    7 nights from £350

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    Cosy Grade ll listed, mews-style stone cottage within easy reach of the heart of Shaftesbury town centre. Well-appointed throughout. Off road parking. Short walk to all facilities. Perfect Dorset touring base. Salisbury 21 miles. (Ref. 912355)

    7 nights from £297

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    Comfortable, detached chalet dormer bungalow within the village of Easton on Portland. Well-appointed with enclosed garden. Near local amenities. Ideal for exploring Dorset's Jurassic Coast. Weymouth 6 miles. (Ref. 28523)

    7 nights from £332

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    Cosy, semi-detached cottage in the Dorset village of Motcombe. Comfortably furnished. AGA cooker. Garden room. Enclosed garden. Pet-friendly. Lovely walks close by. Shaftesbury 2 miles. (Ref. 16149)

    7 nights from £319

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    Charming, link-detached, period cottage in South Somerset village of Tatworth. Comfortable, well-appointed and cosy. Woodburner. Pretty garden. Near historic houses. Good touring base. Chard 3 miles. (Ref. 14229)

    7 nights from £296

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Just Show Me Large Dorset Cottages

Planning a getaway with family or friends and looking for somewhere really special? Our large cottages in Dorset promise an unforgettable holiday amid incredibly beautiful surroundings.

Let's look at the coast - a natural World Heritage Site teeming with wildlife, superb sandy beaches, all kinds of water sports and fantastic fossil-hunting. There are big family-friendly resorts like Bournemouth and Weymouth featuring a huge variety of things to see and do, as well as charming, smaller resorts like Lyme Regis.

If you're after a large cottage in Dorset with plenty of walking opportunities on your doorstep, you're in for a treat, with mile upon mile of public footpaths including the magnificent South West Coast Path.

Enjoy picturesque scenery and villages in Dorset

Inland lie sleepy, thatched villages and market towns oozing atmosphere and an absolute delight to browse. This is Thomas Hardy country and you can trace his footsteps on a variety of trails. For shopping, restaurants and a good choice of historic sites, the county town of Dorchester is a must. And there's a huge choice of other visitor attractions, from castles and museums to farm and animal parks.

Once back at your Dorset large cottage, expect inviting living areas with a good-sized dining table - perfect for that evening gathering of food, drinks and tales of your day's adventure.