Set in the heart of beautiful Burton Bradstock is Bramble Cottage, a Grade II listed thatched stone cottage.
Positioned right on the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline, Burton Bradstock is a picture postcard historical village, full of beautiful thatched cottages, a local village store, post office and two long established public houses, which are regarded as serving mouth-watering provincially caught fish and distinctive local ales.
Bramble Cottage is one of the oldest in this beautiful village, having been built some 350 years ago.
It has undergone a comprehensive restoration project, seeing a new kitchen, bathroom, furnished with new furniture and decorated throughout.
With its three bedrooms and a contemporary kitchen.
Unwind and enjoy a drink in the evenings after a day exploring the local area in the cottage style sitting and dining area.
Take full advantage of relaxing on a summers evening in the lawned garden.
Offering all the comforts of a traditional Dorset Cottage, Bramble Cottage, with its modern touches, make it a relaxing home from home.
West Bay is less than 2 miles away and gives you the opportunity to discover the colourful fishing harbour, the popular Broadchurch filming locations and a chance to sample some of the Provincially caught crabs and lobsters.
Bridport is 3 miles away and has a busy farmers market and weekly antiques and collectables market.
Visitors are made welcome throughout the year at the nearby West Dorset Golf Club.
Bramble Cottage is the ideal setting for family or friends to enjoy a break exploring the World Heritage Dorset Jurassic coast.
Bramble Cottage has an adjoining property, Lilac Cottage, (Property ID 994332) which you may wish to consider if you are planning a holiday for a larger group.
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 naked flames (such as candles) in the cottage due to the thatch. Please do not smoke near the cottage. The garden which is accessed via steps before turning left along a short path behind another cottage is partially enclosed and has a patio and lawned area, supervision of children in the garden is therefore recommended. Guests need to provide their own cot linen.