This charming, quirky cottage has been converted from a 19th century stable, tucked away behind the owner’s period coach house, in Sherborne’s attractive conservation area in Dorset.
Comfortable and compact, this cosy Sherborne cottage provides couples and small families with a convenient town centre base, within easy reach of the delights of Dorset.
Open tread stairs take you up to a mezzanine double bedroom, nestled in the eaves of this Sherborne cottage, while downstairs you will find a pretty single bedroom and a shower room.
This Sherborne cottage offers a social open plan living area where you will find a cosy, well-equipped kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area.
The stable doors of this Sherborne holiday cottage open out onto a sheltered patio, raised above the owner's garden area.
This provides a pretty, quiet place to soak up the sun with a refreshing drink, while you plan the days’ adventures.
A gentle stroll from this Sherborne cottage takes you into the historic town centre.
Enjoy browsing the town’s wealth of interesting shops, treat yourselves to a meal in one of the many quality restaurants or visit the ancient abbey and nearby castles.
Easy drives from this Sherborne cottage are the majestic house and gardens of Stourhead, historic Shaftesbury and Yeovilton's Fleet Air Arm Museum.
Alternatively, leave the car behind and take a train to the Georgian city of Bath or the regal town of Dorchester, the birth place of Thomas Hardy, or even venture to the seaside town of Weymouth.
A delightful Sherborne cottage, offering a tranquil town centre holiday base, perfect for discovering the wonders of Dorset.