Tick Tock Cottage comes as a fabulous wing of the owner's home in the charming village of Marnhull, Dorset.
This Grade II listed, Georgian property could be the base for that memorable family holiday that you need.
The ground floor occupies the most delightful living areas, with the sitting room sporting cosy, period features, the roomy kitchen/diner is well-appointed and stylishly combines its modern units with a stunning woodburning stove housed by a redbrick fireplace.
This unique, pet friendly cottage lies over two floors with steps leading to further bedrooms, two of its bedrooms are on the first floor; a double and a twin are complete to a pristine standard and are served by a classy shower room which boasts a double walk-in shower.
A final four steps brings you to the gorgeous master bedroom, featuring a king-size bed with a wonderful port hole from the original 1800s building adding a touch of character.
This room also comes with an immaculate, white en-suite bathroom.
Relax in the delights of the Dorset air by taking a seat on the private courtyard, perhaps treat yourself to an alfresco meal.
Marnhull is a lovely little village to base your break, home to a shop and two pubs to relax in after a day of adventure.
Nearby, visit the wonderful town of Shaftesbury just on the edge of the glorious Cranborne Chase AONB which is a haven for outdoor lovers.
A unique, character cottage excellently placed for touring Dorset.
Over two floors with steps to further bedroom. Three bedrooms: 1 x floor king-size with en-suite bath, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with double walk-in shower, basin and WC. Ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC. Kitchen/diner with woodburning stove. Sitting room.
About the location
Shaftesbury 5 miles; Sherborne 10 miles.
A charming, scattered North Dorset village, Marnhull is situated within the lush Blackmore Vale, the area used as a backdrop in Thomas Hardy’s “Tess of the D’Urbervilles”. The village is well served by two pubs and with lots of lovely rural walks and fishing in the nearby River Stour. There are royal connections - the local manor house was home to Katherine Parr, wife of Henry VIII. An easy drive takes you to the ancient hilltop town of Shaftesbury, well known for Gold Hill, of Hovis advert fame, whilst Sherborne, with its fascinating castle and Abbey, is just 10 miles away. Alternatively, explore the wonderful Dorset coastline - An ideal spot in a lovely region.