With aspects of the cottage dating back to the 17th century Little Berwick is a traditional pretty thatched cottage.
The detached property is located in a quiet lane about two miles from the village of Burton Bradstock.
There is a well-equipped kitchen/diner on the ground floor which leads into a cosy cottage style sitting room/diner with a inglenook fireplace complete with wood burning stove (available during winter months) for you to build a fire to provide a warm glowing welcome on your return from bracing winters day walk.
There is also a ground floor bedroom and a shower room.
On the first floor there are a further 4 bedrooms.
Sit and unwind in the enclosed lawned garden and patio area on a summer’s day enjoying a drink in the sunshine.
Worth discovering with its tiny thatched cottages, colourful gardens, quaint tea rooms and local village pubs Burton Bradstock is a village steeped with tales of history.
Offers free range eggs, fresh milk and delicious cream and honey is the local farm, which lies about a quarter of a mile away from the cottage.
For those who love the countryside the surrounding area gives you the luxury of enjoying rabbits, deer and pheasants wallow in their natural habitat.
Walkers and Ramblers alike have the opportunity to discover the country lanes and the magnificent World Heritage Status Dorset coastal path, part of which stretches from Portland to Lyme Regis.
Little Berwick is the perfect cottage from which to discover Dorset.
Five bedrooms: 1 x ground floor twin room (on single and one small single bed). 2 x kingsize and 2 x single on first floor. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. First floor bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with dining area.
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: No BBQs allowed due to the thatch. Mobile phone signal is patchy or none depending on your provider, please check your coverage prior to booking if this is important to you http://ask.ofcom.org.uk/help/telephone/mobilecoverage.