This delightful cottage is an annexe attached to the owner’s home and boasts incredible views over Freshwater Bay and the south west coast.
Offering spacious accommodation downstairs you will find a living/dining room with TV and patio doors to the terrace where you can enjoy the extensive sea views.
It is the perfect place to relax and spend time together.
The compact kitchen has everything you need for creating delicious meals and a ground floor en-suite double bedroom completes the downstairs.
Upstairs is another large double bedroom with en-suite and elevated views across the coast and out to sea.
Situated on the outskirts of the popular village of Burton Bradstock, The Doves is ideally located for exploring much of the Jurassic coastline.
Burton Bradstock is famed for the Hive Beach and Café, as well as two lovely pubs, village shop and a post office.
Located just three miles from West Bay where ITV’s hit series Broadchurch was filmed, there are plenty of sites to recognise, be sure to enjoy a delicious local ice dream as you wander around the harbour.
Bridport, with it’s popular antiques market and great mix of coffee shops, restaurants and independent shops, is the perfect place to wander or to sit and watch the world go by.
Further afield you can find the county town of Dorchester, just 15 miles away.
Lyme Regis with the famous Cob Harbour is only 13 miles away and the Isle of Portland and Weymouth with it’s golden sandy beach and shallow waters are around 20 miles to the east.
Whatever your chosen holiday adventures The Doves is a great location for exploring in all directions with ease.
Two bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Living/dining room.
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.