This compact and cosy, detached restored barn is set in the grounds of the owner's cottage in the attractive East Dorset village of Sturminster Marshall.
The imaginative conversion features a lovely, bright double bedroom with a charming beamed and vaulted ceiling and an en-suite bathroom.
From here, a glazed door opens out onto your private, south-facing patio, a sunny place to relax over a cup of coffee while you plan your day's activities.
In the evening, after your busy day out, treat yourselves to some good food and real ales at the nearby local pub.
You can then return to your comfortable cottage where you can snuggle up in front of the warming woodburning stove.
You're not short of things to do from this charming cottage; within two miles is the Iron Age fort at Badbury Rings giving panoramic views of the Dorset countryside and nearby is the National Trust property, Kingston Lacy House and Gardens.
Take a fascinating boat trip around Poole Harbour and its islands or explore the stunning Dorset Jurassic Coast from Poole towards Weymouth and beyond.
Have a relaxing day and browse the colourful array of stalls at the famous three day market at Wimborne Minster, or take the gentle drive up through Blandford Forum and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Blackmore Vale, beloved by Thomas Hardy.
A delightful, bijou cottage offering a comfy and cosy holiday base at any time of the year.
Mostly ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x eaves mezzanine 2'6" child's twin. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove.
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About the location
Wimborne Minster 5.5 miles; Blandford Forum 7miles; Poole 8 miles.
The east Dorset village of Sturminster Marshall, on the banks of the River Stour, is the ideal base for a holiday within easy driving distance of some of England’s finest beaches. The village boasts three pubs, a farm shop, golf course, village shop, including a pharmacy and Post Office, and a parish church. At the end of the village on the banks of the river stands White Mill, a former mill, now owned by the National Trust and open at weekends in the summer months. To get to the mill you have to cross the medieval arched White Mill Bridge, the oldest bridge in Dorset. You can sit here and picnic on the riverbank in one of the most beautiful corners of rural Dorset. An easy drive takes you to historic Wimborne Minster with its popular antique market, the Georgian town of Blandford Forum or magnificent Poole harbour where you can take one of the regular boat trips around the islands. Alternatively, enjoy the coastal route towards Swanage or to Weymouth. The village makes an interesting base from which to explore this beautiful area.
Note: Max. 2 adults and 2 children.