Westerley is a homely, well-located cottage in the charming Dorset village of Sturminster Marshall.
With a wealth of excellent towns and activities on offer nearby, this getaway is the ideal base for a holiday filled with fun and adventure.
Set in a quiet, residential location, enter the cottage and discover its lovely living areas.
The sitting room promises memorable nights as it offers plenty of comfortable seating, a selection of DVDs and a games console, perfect to unwind after a hectic day of exploration.
For some quieter relaxing time, take yourself into the small, separate snug room or the conservatory to indulge yourself in a good book, or you could even head into the games room in the converted garage where you can enjoy a game of pool or table football.
The kitchen is spacious and excellently appointed, setting you up ideally for your Dorset break, whilst each mealtime can be enjoyed as a group in the delightful dining room.
Head upstairs to discover the three bedrooms here at Westerley, the master bedroom offers an optional extra day bed and a convenient en-suite to make your break extra special.
Reflect on the day's events whilst luxuriating in a soothing bubble bath in the property's bathroom.
On the sunnier days, head out to the back garden where you can treat yourself to a summer barbecue with your loved ones.
Stursminster Marshall is a lovely village offering a small choice of amenities and excellent access to the area's finest features.
From here there is something to suit every taste; from the glorious Dorset AONB to the wonderful seaside resort of Bournemouth.
A splendid cottage in a fine location.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size with optional day bed and en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x bunk. Bathroom with a separate shower, basin and WC, ground floor cloakroom with a basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Utility. Sitting room. Snug. Conservatory. Games room.
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.