This lovely annex is the ideal retreat for couples to explore the village of Burton Bradstock and surrounding areas of Dorset.
Start the day with alfresco style breakfast in the delightful patio garden before enjoying a stroll along the coastal path.
When you return home in the evening after a day of discovery unwind in the comfortable sitting room and settle down for the home cinema experience - don't forget the popcorn and a selection of DVDs!
A stunning hideaway with beautiful views over the magnificent World Heritage Jurassic coastline, a delightful architecturally constructed cottage for two tucked away at the top of a private gated drive, behind the main house.
You can bask in the wonderful sea view, whatever the weather; during the summer the sea reflects the sun's rays and is a vivid azure blue and on greyer days, the waves crash dramatically along the coast.
From Burton bay you can reach Hive beach which is around a 20-minute stroll and hosts the acclaimed Hive Beach Café and Freshwater Beach, which is overlooked from the sitting room, is a 10-minute walk.
With two local village pubs, The Anchor which serves fresh provincial seafood and The Three Horseshoes which serves homemade classics you have a choice for the perfect lunch or dinner.
A conveniently situated village post office / farm shop and mini supermarket provide grocery essentials.
You could try fossil hunting along the coast or visit the beautiful harbour at West Bay.
A stay at Burton Bay is a luxurious experience; every detail has been thought about with the guest in mind.
Semi-detached and comprising sitting room / dining room / kitchen. Laundry room. 1x king size double bed. Shower room, with shower, hand basin and toilet.
About the location
Bridport 2.5 miles; Weymouth 15 miles; Dorchester 16 miles; Yeovil 21 miles
A wonderful coastal village in Bride Valley on Dorset's picturesque Jurassic Coast, flanked by the River Bride. Burton Bradstock is the perfect spot for a peaceful break on England's south coast, with the South West Coastal Path running alongside for you walking enthusiasts. The village itself boasts 16th and 17th century thatched cottages as well as two pubs, a shop and a Post Office, the glistening Hive Beach is a wonderful spot to spend the summer days with the magnificent cliffs as a backdrop, there is also a lovely café to sit and relax in, once a year the Spring Tide Festival is held which would be worth lining up your holiday with! There are many attractions and activities to enjoy around here, with the stunning coastal resort of Weymouth making for an excellent day out. Alternatively, head inland to Dorchester and Yeovil for great shopping, architecture, eating and drinking.
Note: Guests should be aware that the property is situated just outside Burton Bradstock village and care should be taken if walking the short distance where there is no footpath into the village.
Note: please remember to take DVDs for the cinema system and games for the PlayStation 3 if you'd like use these.